Forest Grove Community Church (North Site Pastor)
Forest Grove Community Church is actively seeking a full-time pastor for our new, third congregation. The specific unique vision for this congregation is in development. FGCC is a multi-site church currently consisting of two existing congregations (Attridge and Broadway), and one new congregation. The anticipated launch date for our third congregation is late fall 2016 or early winter 2017. We have one vision and mission as a church with one budget and leadership council (Board) for all sites. Each of our sites expresses (lives out) the common vision/mission in a unique way. Our first site (Attridge) has about 650 people in average Sunday attendance. Our second site (Broadway) has about 130 people in average Sunday attendance.
This site pastor role involves preaching 60-70% of Sundays, leadership, discipleship, equipping and some administration. As this is a new congregation, there will be a church planting aspect to the role. The successful candidate will have spiritual maturity and health as well as proven leadership ability. The site pastor will need to fit well with the ministry DNA of Forest Grove Community Church, the Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, as well as our staff and leadership team.
To learn more about this position or to apply visit Forest Grove’s employment page.
Hillside Christian Fellowship (Lead Pastor)
The Lead Pastor’s Spirit-led role is to provide visionary, strategic and collaborative leadership to Hillside Christian Fellowship Church (HCFC). The Lead Pastor works with the Church Council Leadership Team as they prayerfully discern vision and strategic objectives aligned to Christ’s mission for HCFC. The Lead Pastor brings leadership to the Ministry Leadership Team as together they fulfill the church’s role in the community.
For more information on the duties involved, or the qualifications for this position click here.
Richmond Park Mennonite Church (Pastor)
Richmond Park Church (RPC) is a member of the Manitoba and Canadian Mennonite Brethren Conferences that was founded in 1954 as a church plant in response to young people moving into the city from surrounding rural areas. It has grown into a strong and consistent presence in Brandon, and has recently welcomed a Spanish-speaking congregation under its administrative umbrella. As our mission statement proclaims, RPC “exists as a caring community with the desire to engage in meaningful relationships with God and each other, equipping all to live in worship, devotion and integrity founded on God’s inspired word.”
Richmond Park Church is looking for a Pastor who is guided by the Bible in both personal life and pastoral ministry. If you are someone who believes in the MB Statement of Faith and accepts and promotes the tenets of Anabaptist Theology then this might be a good fit for you.
The main focus of this position is to provide leadership to the church community by working with the Visionary Board to set the vision of the church and build a strong sense of common purpose and community.
You will be an authentic person that builds lasting relationships with people in the church and the community. You will be compassionate and driven to work with our Caring Team to ensure the needs of people in the congregation are met.
You will understand the value that other members and lay speakers of the congregation bring to our ministerial duties and will provide leadership, encouragement and support to those who are engaged with the goals and missions of the church. You will provide meaningful sermons to the church while working with the Worship Team Leader and our lay speakers to nurture a spirit of team ministry. You’ll be involved in leading Adult Sunday School and will teach Baptism and Membership classes as needed.
Your previous experience in ministry, working with a team in a church or educational settings where Anabaptist theology was valued will have prepared you for this role. You will be able to demonstrate how you’ve successfully mentored others for ministry, with a history of effective pulpit speaking guided by your formal theological training.
This competition will remain open until filled. For more information visit our website at www.richmondparkchurch.ca, applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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