The following ICCC congregations continue to engage in their search process for a new pastor:
– Bridgeport Community Church, Bridgeport, MI is seeking a Senior Pastor.
– Community Church of East Williston, NY is seeking a Senior Minister.
Visit the ICCC Membership page for church contact information.  
 
The Bureau of Prisons Chaplaincy has vacancies.  Visit www.usajobs.gov for a listing.

Seeking a Senior Minister

Speed Memorial Church
pastorspeedmemorialchurch@gmail.com

 General

  • Full-time salaried, benefits as approved.
  • Minister housing and related expenses included in benefits.
  • Reports to Speed Memorial Church Council.

Qualifications

  • The pastor at Speed Memorial Church will provide spiritual leadership to the congregation through biblically sound preaching, discipleship, and exemplifying godly character. The pastor will demonstrate a high level of competency and excellence in the study of the scriptures, church leadership and organization, and equipping the church to be disciples. The pastor for Speed Memorial Church will be a person who is called, ordained and set apart by God to the gospel ministry, will be evangelical in theology and will be committed to living and serving in a manner consistent with the standards set forth in Scripture for Pastors.
  • The pastor will be qualified to minister in the church.
  • The pastor will demonstrate humility.
  • The pastor will be a graduate of an accredited Bible college or seminary.
  • The pastor will be experienced in serving in a pastoral ministry position.
  • The pastor will be called by the Holy Spirit as defined and confirmed by a body of believers through ordination.
  • The pastor will preach and teach God’s Word as led by the Spirit. Be the principal communicator of God’s Word in public worship and ensure that the church is growing to maturity in Christ.
  • The pastor will be transformed by the renewal of the mind by time in prayer and personal time with the Lord.
  • The pastor will model the heart of the Chief Shepherd and ensure that the congregation is well led, cared for, and protected.
  • The pastor will be the chief overseer who will exercise biblical authority over the church entrusted by God.
  • The pastor will be the principal spiritual leader and vision caster of the church.
  • The pastor will lead the church to understand, embrace, and accomplish its mission to make disciples both locally and globally through the vision of engaging Christ’s followers in worship, ministry, discipleship, fellowship, and evangelism.
    1. Oversee the pastoral care needs of the congregation and, as necessary share with church council in hospital visitation, home visits, counseling, marriages and funerals.
    2. Supervise the office and provide direction, as needed, for the effective functioning of the front office support functions.
    3. Oversee development of and adherence to church policies and procedures.
  • The pastor will participate with the associational, state, and denominational leaders in matters of mutual interest and concern.
  • The pastor will oversee the planning of worship services, outreach, and events in order to support the church council to successfully coordinate these services and events.
  • The pastor will have preferably 8 to 10 years of vocational ministry experience leading a church with an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited Bible college or seminary.
  • The pastor must have a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate God’s Word through a solid, biblically based expositional style.
  • The pastor must be a visionary leader with the ability to discover/develop/ and implement a new vision for Speed Memorial Church and develop a strategy to carry it out.
  • The pastor must be a team player willing to work collaboratively with the Speed Memorial Church council.
  • The pastor must have the ability to engage in multigenerational ministry.

Responsibilities

Pastor Job Description

Preaching and Teaching: The pastor will be the primary preacher for worship services. The pastor also will provide leadership in planning and executing the adult education programs and other programs in discipleship and ministry training, in coordination with the church council.

Strategic Leadership and Planning: The pastor is responsible for strategic planning and staff coordination in the execution of the church’s purpose. The pastor along with the church council will define strategic goals and vision as a key leader among the church trustees and implement the plan by coordinating and taking part in monthly council meetings and other activities to clarify and execute goals and objectives. The pastor will monitor the spiritual pulse of the congregation through review and accountability.  He or she will also ensure staffing, facilities and programs are effectively aligned to meet strategic goals.

Administration: The pastor oversees and executes the administration of the church through appropriate staff and lay leadership teams, and ensures the completion of ministry, business, facility, and logistical support functions through staff and lay volunteers. He or she must:

  1. Oversee the pastoral care needs of the congregation and, as necessary, share with Church Council in hospital visitation, home visits, counseling, marriages and funerals.
  2. Supervise the Office and provide direction, as needed, for the effective functioning of the front office support functions.
  3. Oversee development of and adherence to church policies and procedures.

Evaluation and Compensation: The pastor will file monthly reports to the church council on ministry accomplishments and activities. The executive committee (church trustees) will conduct annually a performance evaluation and review of the compensation package

Full description 

Speed Memorial Church of Sellersburg, Indiana is prayerfully seeking to fill the position of pastor. Nearly 100 years ago, the residents in Speed, Indiana, came together to worship God in a manner that respected their diverse denominational and theological backgrounds, but which expressed their common faith in Jesus Christ and to help carry His message to the community and world.  With the support of the Louisville Cement Company, that vision became a reality in the form of Speed Memorial Church. Speed Memorial Church remains a vibrant expression of the faith that inspired its founders to action. We are a stable church, with an approximate attendance of 50-75 in worship, which has experienced years of slow, but steady growth. Sellersburg is a community of approximately 10,000 located in Southern Indiana and less than fifteen minutes from downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The successful candidate will have preferably 8 to 10 years of vocational ministry and at least 8 years leading a church experience with an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited Bible college or seminary. The candidate must have a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate God’s Word through a solid, biblically based expositional style. The candidate should have an established record of “making disciples” and have the capability to lead the church in deeper discipleship and evangelism. The candidate should possess a shepherd’s heart, providing pastoral care and relational investment for the membership. In addition, he or she should be able to provide administrative leadership and organizational structure in all areas of church life. Further requirements:

  • Meets the biblical requirements for pastors (1 Timothy 3:1-7; 2 Timothy 2; Titus 1:5-9).
  • Capability to lead Speed Memorial Church to be on mission and to have greater gospel impact in its community and beyond.
  • Able to lead the church in greater community engagement in Clark County and Southern Indiana.
  • Visionary leader with the ability to discover/develop/ and implement a new vision for Speed Memorial Church and develop a strategy to carry it out.
  • Team player willing to work collaboratively with the Speed Memorial Church Council.
  • Ability to engage in multigenerational ministry.

Seeking a Senior Minister

Join us as we prepare to meet the challenges of our second century. Established in 1925, the historic Community Church of East Williston is a Mainline, Interdenominational Protestant Church serving the needs of persons from all backgrounds. We have a faithful, hardworking congregational core and seek a Senior Minister who, through Christian love and action, will help us turn those with occasional attendance into members with faithful commitment. The position requires an experienced, ordained Protestant minister with youthful enthusiasm to reestablish CCEW as a “Light in the Community.” We offer a competitive salary and a beautiful manse in a verdant suburb with a highly ranked school district (top 10% in NY), 45 minutes from Manhattan via railroad. 

Our ideal candidate:

  • Is an ordained minister and graduate of an accredited Protestant Seminary (CCEW will facilitate ordination if necessary)
  • Maintains a cheerful and enthusiastic outlook
  • Preaches interesting, thoughtful, and provocative sermons relating Scripture to everyday lives. 
  • Fosters relationships with youth and young families 
  • Collaborates with lay leadership and church staff to coordinate and

conduct the ministries of the church 

  • Counsels congregants and committees 
  • Uses social media to further the goals of the church 
  • Considers high quality and diverse music to be a vital part of worship
  • Demonstrates team building and conflict resolution skills
  • Visits congregants in need 
  • Works to expand the influence of the church in the community 
  • Provides wedding support including rehearsals 
  • Has experience in pastoral ministry 

The Pastoral Search Committee is accepting packages containing (but not limited to) your resume and online samples of your sermons.  We’d like to hear about your call to ministry, your beliefs, and style of ministry.

Please email your response to: maryellen@ccew.org: 

Community Church of East Williston 

Pastoral Search Committee

Mary Ellen Williams, Chairperson 

45 East Williston Avenue 

East Williston, NY 11596

Seeking a Senior Pastor

Bridgeport Community Church, (Bridgeport, Michigan) is seeking a candidate for Senior Pastor to replace current pastor retiring December 2021. BCC is an interdenominational church that has been serving the community since 1867. Responsibilities include spiritual leadership, pastoral and youth ministry, church and community relationships and church administration. Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and seminary degree or equivalent. Strong biblical knowledge and proclamation of The Word is required, along with good communication and planning skills. Qualified individuals should submit a resume to Attention: Pastoral Search Committee via 1867BCC@gmail.com