JULY 2020 POSTINGS
KANSAS—New Hope Christian Church of Cherryvale, Kan., is seeking a full-time minister to help lead the church and to preach the Word of God as divinely inspired and written. The minister should have outstanding people skills and maintain positive working relationships, will preach at Sunday morning and evening services, and will teach Sunday school and Wednesday evening Bible study as needed. The minister will attend church meetings with trustees and report on church activities and discuss spiritual needs of the church, as well as conduct other ministerial duties (weddings, funerals, visitation, counseling, and community outreach). NHCC was formed in November 2005 and purchased their building in April 2006. Average attendance is 40-45. Cherryvale has about 1,500 residents. Interested candidates should contact New Hope Christian Church, Attn: Trustees, P.O. Box 404, Cherryvale, KS 67335 or phone Gerald Zuck at (620) 336-2535 or Rick Valverde at (620) 330-0121 or email@example.com.
PENNSYLVANIA—Lycoming Christian Church, Linden, PA, is seeking a full-time minister of children, youth, and young adults. The goal of the ministry is to oversee, develop, and expand programs for those age groups, as well as train leader volunteers. Request an application and information packet by writing firstname.lastname@example.org or Lycoming Christian Church, Attn: Bonnie Williams, 20 Chapel Hill Road, Linden, PA 17744. The application deadline has been extended to July 31.
MICHIGAN — Ferris Church of Christ in Vestaburg, Mich., is seeking a full-time minister/evangelist to serve a congregation that averages 75. Candidate must possess a college degree from a church of Christ/Christian college. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: preaching, teaching, and equipping. Evangelistic and pastoral skills are required. Candidate must be willing to be involved in a rural community with a country church. A 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath home with utilities included is provided as part of the compensation package. Salary will be based on experience and skills. Interested candidates should email their resume to email@example.com or send to Ferris Church of Christ, 3443 N. Crystal Road, Vestaburg, MI 48891.
INDIANA — Garden City Church of Christ in Columbus, Ind.—a church committed to connecting people to Christ, one another, and service—is seeking a full-time associate minister to lead in the areas of youth (grades 6–12) and worship. Send inquiries and resumes, plus a cover letter and references, to firstname.lastname@example.org or Garden City Church of Christ, 3245 Jonesville Road, Columbus, IN 47201. It would be helpful to include an example of the applicant singing or leading in a worship context. A job description is available at www.gardencitychurch.com.
JUNE 2020 POSTINGS
NEW YORK — The Tonawanda (N.Y.) Church of Christ is seeking a full-time minister. The church is looking for a man who is of sound doctrine, loves the Lord, and will love us. The church is located in a suburban area between Buffalo and Niagara Falls, N.Y. Use of a parsonage is included in the compensation package. Send your resume and video or audio recordings to email@example.com.
FEBRUARY 2020 POSTINGS
KENTUCKY— Kentucky Christian University is seeking a dean for its School of Business. The person in this position will be, first and foremost, a Christian of mature faith with the capacity to clearly articulate his or her relationship with Jesus Christ. The dean will be committed to advancing the mission of KCU and be able to clearly demonstrate the role of ministry in business. The dean will also be able to manage a team and effectively monitor and measure outcomes for continued success while also being approachable by students, faculty, and staff. If interested in this position, contact Calvin Lindell at (606) 474-3273 or firstname.lastname@example.org (fax number, 606-474-3189). For more information, go to www.kcu.edu/campus-offices/employment/job-listings/
JANUARY 2020 POSTINGS
INDIANA—Georgetown (Ind.) Christian Church is seeking a student minister to lead students (grades 5 to 12) and families to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The person in this position will cast a vision for student ministries and establish goals in line with the mission and vision of GCC, while serving in collaboration with the family minister. The applicant should be a committed follower of Jesus with a passion for God’s Word and people. They should demonstrate a daily pursuit of a Christ-centered life. A video of preaching/teaching/leading will be required for an interview. The church prefers (but does not require) the applicant to have a Bible college degree and two years of experience. A full application is available at http://bit.ly/StudentMinister. Apply by completing the form found at http://bit.ly/GCCstuminapp.
NEW ZEALAND—Mataura Christian Church and Hope Preschool in New Zealand is seeking a family and community pastor. MCC is a small congregation in southern New Zealand that wants to make a big impact on their community. The church is seeking a pastor who can work to continue developing the projects MCC is involved with in the community and also help connect people with God and the church family. The independent Christian church congregation is founded on the principles of the Restoration Movement. Hope Preschool is a ministry of Mataura Christian Church. It is a full-day education and care center with 50 children enrolled and six teachers. The preschool seeks to educate and support the whole family. MCC is looking for a person who is committed to Bible study, is passionate about evangelism, is a strong teacher and group leader, can minister to people from all parts of the community, and is passionate about improving social outcomes for children and families. Mataura is a small community in rural Southland, two hours south of Dunedin. It is close to a number of rural industries. Affordable housing options are available. The town has its own primary school; secondary options are close by. It has a strong culture of community pride and development. To express interest in the position or to find out more, contact Lisa Thomas via phone, 011-64-0274807977, or email, email@example.com.
DECEMBER 2019 POSTINGS
TENNESSEE—World Convention is beginning the process of seeking an executive director. Under the direction and guidance of our multinational board of directors, the person in this position is responsible for: planning, organizing, staffing, funding, motivating, directing, and management of our ministry connecting the Stone-Campbell Movement worldwide and working toward the unity of all Christians. She or he would have access to the current executive director in the transition. Candidates from all streams of the Stone-Campbell Movement (Christian—Churches of Christ—Disciples of Christ) from any country are encouraged to apply. For more information, contact Doug Foster, chair of the search committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PENNSYLVANIA—Watermarke Church, Bellefonte, Pa., seeks to expand its ministry reach by adding a youth and family minister to partner with in its unconventional approach to worship, service, and outreach to the community. The person in this full-time position will work with current staff and volunteers to evangelize, disciple, and equip. The position will include coordination of children and youth education, training youth and adult volunteers, leading youth-based worship and Bible study programs, and leading youth-based mission trips. The 150-member congregation also employs a full-time senior pastor and part-time ministry assistant. Watermarke Church meets at the local middle school. The church formed in 2005; its purpose is “inviting people into a growing relationship with Christ”; its vision is “Finding Jesus, Knowing Jesus, and Showing Jesus.” The church is located 12 minutes from Penn State University. The region offers hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting, as well as many other activities and conveniences not often found in other rural regions. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit www.watermarkechurch.org/youth&familyminister. To apply for the position, send a resume, cover letter, recent photo, and a video sample of teaching junior/senior high youth and/or children to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOVEMBER 2019 POSTINGS
NEW MEXICO—Alamogordo (NM) Christian Church is seeking a preaching minister/pastor to join with the elders in shepherding, feeding, leading, and nurturing the congregation. The church is searching for an individual with the qualities found in 1 Timothy 3 who feels called to ministry in the Desert Southwest. The church seeks a strong Bible preacher and prefers a person with previous ministry experience who graduated from a Restoration Movement Bible college. He must be a team player and dedicated to a long-term ministry. ACC’s attendance ranges between 30-35 members. (The church’s pastor recently passed away after faithfully serving there for nine years.) If interested, send a resume and references to email@example.com or to Alamogordo Christian Church, Attn: Chairman of the Church Board, 1300 Hawaii Ave., Alamogordo, NM 88310.
TENNESSEE—Hope for Haiti’s Children is seeking a director of advancement to work closely with the president, vice president, and board of directors to oversee and manage all aspects of HFHC’s development program. The position is based in Nashville. The director of advancement develops and implements short and long-term development plans to meet established goals and objectives. This includes, but is not limited to, strategic initiatives for securing major gifts, annual events and appeals, and corporate and foundation grants. The person in this position is responsible for managing relationships with current and future major national accounts. The successful candidate will demonstrate committed, professional leadership, articulate passion for HFHC’s mission, and exemplify a collaborative, decisive, motivating, and engaging communication style. He or she should have a proven track record of fundraising success, seven-plus years of increasing responsibility in nonprofit fundraising, and excellent managerial skills that includes at least two years of experience successfully managing development staff. A full job description is available at HFHC’s website. Information on how to apply is also available at that site.
SEPTEMBER 2019 POSTINGS
INDIANA—Wilkinson (IN) Church of Christ, a church that averages about 500 each Sunday, is seeking a full-time children’s minister. The minister’s main responsibility will be K-5th grade, a combined group of about 80 students. Wilkinson is a rural community that is about a 30-minute drive from Indianapolis. The local school system is very good. Responsibilities will include designing Sunday school for two Sunday morning services, kids worship for K-5th grade, and implementing student ministries for Sunday night. Other responsibilities include recruiting and training adult youth coaches and student leaders, and organizing and executing events throughout the year (such as CIY SuperStart, VBS and camp). Must be well-organized, have good relational skills, be a team player, and have proven ability to work effectively with children, parents, and teams of volunteers. Pay is negotiable. Send resume to Ryan McCarty at firstname.lastname@example.org or 7293 N. State Road 109, Wilkinson, IN 46186. The church website is www.wccin.org.