Position Location Date Posted
Counselor/Social Work
Oaks Family Care Center, Brunswick, OH
April 21, 2017
Counselor/Social Work
Oaks Family Care Center, Brunswick, OH

Principle Functions: The Counselor/social worker will address the various emotional and mental health needs of clients seeking support and treatment. 

Reports to: This person will report to the Clinical Director as well as the Executive Director. 

Qualifications: The applicant should:

1.  Be a committed Christian who exhibits a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

2.  Exhibit a strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of life.

3.  Have a sincere desire to reach out with the love of Jesus to people in distress.

4.  Agree to and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, and policies of Oaks.

5.  Should have a degree in mental health, social work, or related field of education along with two years of experience.

 

Responsibilities:

1.  Will provide individual, family, and marriage counseling;

2.  Will facilitate, supervise and train volunteers who are providing educational trainings, support or recovery programs;

3.  Will Direct and manage the Supervised Visitation Program;

4.  Attends community meetings and represents Oaks in community functions as needed;

5.  Will participate in grant writing, administration, and management;

6.  Participate as needed in various fund raising activities;

7.  Will maintain up-to-date records and files;

8.  Will maintain ethical state standards of clinical service;

9.  Other tasks as identified.

 

Contact:  Oaks Family Care Center; 330. 22. 7777

Director of Families and Children
First Baptist Church of Hamilton, OH
April 21, 2017
Director of Families and Children
First Baptist Church of Hamilton, OH

Please address interest by sending a cover letter and resume to:

Dan Clemens
Senior Pastor
First Baptist Church
1505 Pyramid Hill Blvd
Hamilton Ohio 45013
dan.clemens@firstbaptisthamilton.org
www.firstbaptisthamilton.org

Ministry Opportunities
Bay United Methodist Church, Bay Village, OH
April 21, 2017
Ministry Opportunities
Bay United Methodist Church, Bay Village, OH

Bay United Methodist Church is looking for one to three individuals to fill the following ministries:

  • Cultivate and coordinate youth and college aged activities including confirmation, youth group, college socials and mission team programs

  • Help lead and foster family programs and adult discipleship small groups

  • Work with the Membership & Evangelism Committee to enhance new member ministries

  • Create and improve communication and publicity both internally and externally, including electronic forms of communication

Hours and wages are commensurate with experience. Employment may be part time to full time dependent upon responsibilities assumed. 

If you have talents and/or skills complimentary to any or all of these ministries, please email your resume to office@bayumc.org.  You may also contact Bay United Methodist Church at 440-871-2082.

Director of Modern Worship - iConnect
Mentor United Methodist Church, Mentor, OH
April 17, 2017
Director of Modern Worship - iConnect
Mentor United Methodist Church, Mentor, OH

Qualifications:

  • Faithful Christian leader committed the collaborative process of creating worship that is visionary and diverse while helping usher people into the Presence of God.
  • Ideally full time, with 2-4 years in a music education or leadership position, preferably experience with worship bands and modern worship.
  • Proficient with technology in worship and the use of sound, lighting, computers, Power Point, and video projection (Worship Planning and Media Shout helpful)
  • Strong organizing, planning, and coordinating skills and the ability/willingness to use a team approach to create music ministries with both trained and untrained musicians.

 

Responsibilities:

1.    Grow the worship team by recruiting, auditioning, teaching, and training musicians/vocalists in the church to serve the congregation as a team with musical skill and compassion to invest in the lives of others. 

2.    Lead weekly rehearsals that prepare for Sunday and cultivate a Christ-centered community while providing creative and technical guidance to the band, vocalists, sound, & AV team.  Attend, participate and assist at the 9 & 11 amiConnect worship services. 

3.    Schedule musicians, vocalists, announcers and music using Worship Planning with a rolling month lead time. 

4.    Work with iConnect Lead Team to develop meaningful modern worship including planning & scheduling of all special elements (Visuals, dance, drama, video, stage design, prayer and communion.) 

5.    Select music, develop worship sets, purchase and introduce new music, for the iConnect service. 

6.    Explore and suggest creative elements and musical options for possible use in worship. 

7.    Work with the whole church staff team to advance the mission of the congregation. Set annual goals for the worship ministry that are in line with our vision and then evaluate how those goals were attained or modified during the year.

Who we are:

Mentor UMC is a large suburban church, east of Cleveland, that offers both traditional and modern worship (iConnect). We have approximately 1600 members, with a weekly attendance of approximately 600.

 

Interested Candidates: Please submit your resume in PDF or Word form, including 3 references, to sprc@mentorumc.org. Use “Attention Director of Modern Worship Search Committee” as the subject line of your email. Also, please include links to any social media platforms to which you post, blog, or post photos. A full job description will be provided to you upon application.

 

Please visit our website at mentorumc.org.

Counselor
The Counseling Source, Inc., Fremont, OH
April 3, 2017
Counselor
The Counseling Source, Inc., Fremont, OH

SUMMARY OF POSITION: 

Are you wanting to work.....

  • where you are part of a dynamic organization that is growing?
  • where you can do the most good with your Master's Degree and counseling licensure?
  • where you are valued?
  • where you have choices?
  • where you can work independently?
  • where you can make things happen?
  • where your input counts?

 

The Counseling Source, Inc., based in Cincinnati OH, is currently looking for licensed, master’s level professionals to work on a part time or part-to-full time basis providing mental health services in long term care facilities.  A love of interacting with people and the ability to work independently are critical along with competence in the use of computers for documentation management.   

Other job placement opportunities exist in long term care facilities, schools and other community settings throughout the state of Ohio. 

You will be supported by a network of colleagues throughout the company and if you are not independently licensed, the company will provide you with clinical supervision.

 

HOW TO APPLY: 

If you are interested in learning more, please visit us on Facebook at The Counseling Source, Inc. or visit our website at http://www.thecounselingsource.com/

You may submit your resume to Dr. Dave Turner, Executive Director at (800) 738-9854 [FAX] or daveturner@fuse.net  or call him at (513) 314-6027 for more information.

Care Pastor/Interim Pastor
New Hope Church, Wooster, OH
March 29, 2017
Care Pastor/Interim Pastor
New Hope Church, Wooster, OH

In a sentence:
The purpose of a Care Pastor is to provide pastoral care to church members and support the Lead Pastor in shepherding the church family.  New Hope is ideally looking for a retired Pastor who has a desire to continue to serve the local church and could use a supplemental income to their retirement income.

Job Description: 

Care Pastor Responsibilities (ongoing role)

  1. To ensure adequate pastoral care of the congregation
  2. He will be the primary provider of pastoral care. He will also work with the elders, staff, and volunteers to ensure that shepherding, visitation, compassion ministry, and counseling needs are addressed.
  3. He will be available for weddings, funerals, and emergencies, as requested by church leadership.
  4. Depending on giftedness may teach classes and occasionally preach on Sunday Mornings.

Interim Pastor Responsibilities (May 2017 – August 2017)

  1. To provide the congregation a sense of stability in leadership while the Lead Pastor is on Sabbatical
  2. To be the primary preacher, providing consistency and quality in teaching.  He will preach 5 to 7 times.
  3. To orchestrate planning and execution of the Sunday Morning Worship Gatherings
  4. He will be responsible for working with the Worship Leader and any designated people to plan Sunday Gatherings. He will have final control over planning the Sunday Gatherings, within any guideline set by the leaders. Sermon series topics will be approved in advance by the church leaders.
  5. He will provide staff with Pastoral care and guidance during the Lead Pastor’s sabbatical

Weekly/Monthly Responsibilities:
- Weekly Worship Planning meeting
- Attend weekly staff meeting
- Teaching Team meetings

Qualities Needed:
- Has to be a team leader
- Self-starter with an owners work ethic
- Sees a problem and builds the team to fix it
- Has genuine care for people
- Needs to be a good communicator
- Be a team player, willing to step in as needed

Responsible to:  Lead Pastor and Executive Director

Time Required:   20-30 hours per week 

Compensation:   TBD

Individuals can submit their resume and information to:
Contact: Pastor Tim Broughton
Phone330-465-3600
Mailing Address:
969 Blachleyville Rd.
Wooster, OH 44691

Minister (Part-time)
St. Paul's Evangelical Church Trail Run, Sardis, OH
March 29, 2017
Minister (Part-time)
St. Paul's Evangelical Church Trail Run, Sardis, OH

PASTORAL QUALITIES

12 of the most important qualities of the Godly pastor we are seeking.

1.  Loves the Lord Jesus Christ  

2.  Makes pastoral calls on people in hospitals, nursing homes, home bound      

3.  Handles conflict effectively        

4.  Is compassionate and caring person, sensitive to other's needs       

5.  Is a person of prayer     

6.  Works well with children

7.  Is an inspired and compelling preacher     

8.  Grounds decisions and ministry in Biblical perspective             

9.  Encourages people to apply their faith in daily life              

10.  Leads by personal example         

11.  Ministers effectively to people in crisis            

12.  Is a mature and emotionally secure person         

New Minister must be agreeable to associate with and have the Evangelical Association hold their Ordination Credentials.  

 

Our salary/benefits package is open to changes to suit the individual pastor's needs.  The parsonage is a ranch style house, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, an attic room that could be used for another bedroom or a study & a full unfinished basement.  a small add-on contains a laundry room & extra room that could be used as an office.  There is a 2 car garage on the property and an older unfinished building that could be used as a workshop or extra storage.  Utilities are paid.  It is on a State route road with school bus and mail routes.  It has city water and internet service is available.  

 

Contact:  Charles Merckle

Address:  33474 State Route 800

             New Matamoras, Ohio 45767

Phone: 740-865-3304       Email:trumpetmantoo@gmail.com

Young Adult Ministry Director
Bethel International United Methodist Church, Columbus, OH
March 23, 2017
Young Adult Ministry Director
Bethel International United Methodist Church, Columbus, OH

This position requires an engaging, vibrant, inclusive person to draw and maintain young adults, 18–34 years old, into the life of a growing church by providing strong faith-based anchors and support. A love of Bible study, worship, music, small groups, outreach/mission, multicultural relations, and fellowship events is a must. Along with other servant leaders, the person must take ministry “to the young adults” in their natural settings, including connecting on college campuses. The position is part of the upper management staffing of the church, with the person being a vital contributor to staff meetings and attending related continuing education. The person will also have oversight of the welcoming and small group ministries of the church and will report directly to the Senior Pastor under the oversight of the Human Relations Sub-team of the Leadership Board.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promote the mission and vision of a growing church through the doubling of young adult members in five years.
  • Implement, assess, and evaluate goals related to young adult ministry (every 6 months), including managing a ministry budget.
  • Initiate new venues for young adults through recruiting, training, creative programming, and supervising servant leaders.
  • Provide spiritual and skill development for all faith-forming small group ministries of the church, including the young adult groups and Bible studies.
  • Coordinate all young adult special events (i.e., mission/outreach, fellowship, international relations, and worship services/preaching).
  • Oversee the welcoming ministries of the church, especially as they relate to Sunday morning worship (i.e., greeters, ushers, information desk).
  • Attract and involve as many talented, gifted persons as possible for leadership in all the areas of young adult ministry.

 

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS  

  • An infectious, living faith with a heart for multiculturalism to fulfill the mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the purpose of transforming the world.
  • A calling to lead a young adult ministry with a healthy lifestyle modeled in strong prayer, worship, tithing, serving, and witnessing.
  • Relational skills with leadership, recruiting, training, and counseling ability.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related ministry field (seminary experience welcomed).

 

EXPECTATIONS & COMPENSATION  

  • Full-time, flexible hours (minimum of 40 per week), with BIUMC Sunday morning worship attendance and travel to meet young adults in their settings.
  • Successful experience in young adults ministry, along with strong recommend-dations of support.
  • Knowledge of the United Methodist culture and a willingness to learn more.
  • Salary and benefits negotiated thru the HR Sub-team of the Leadership Board.

 

Please direct inquires to Rev. Dr. Brenda Buckwell, Brenda@lviingstreamsflowingwater.com

Director of Children’s Ministries and Christian Education
Broadway United Methodist Church, New Philadelphia, Ohio
March 21, 2017
Director of Children’s Ministries and Christian Education
Broadway United Methodist Church, New Philadelphia, Ohio

Job Type: Twenty hours per week, including Sunday mornings. 

Job Description:

This is a key staff position because Broadway Church has a growing population of children and a calling from God to help children know Jesus and grow in faith.  Our director will oversee and coordinate the Christian Education program for children from birth through fifth grade, recruit teachers for Sunday morning classes and volunteers to care for children in the nursery, supervise the Vacation Bible School, and coordinate other events for children during the year.  The leader will relate well with all ages, train and encourage teachers, be comfortable in a leadership role, be able to share a genuine faith, and work with the staff team to provide experiences for children to grow in fellowship and faith.

 Qualifications:

  • ·       Integrity, Christian faith and character, and a heart to serve.
  • Training and experience to lead and inspire teachers, volunteers, and children.
  • A committed, personal relationship to the Lord Jesus Christ, a love for children, and a deep commitment to the spiritual growth of children.
  • Skilled at working with others, recruiting volunteers, and developing leaders in their gifts.
  • Able to train teachers, leaders, and workers with children.
  • Organized and responsible in planning, delegating, and developing ministries and events.
  • Ability to maintain the confidentiality of information received as such.
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, email, and the Internet.
  • Flexibility to perform additional duties in the area of Christian Education as assigned by the Pastor or Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC). 

Details:

  • The position will close when a suitable candidate has been selected.
  • The church web page www.broadway-umc.org will be useful to interested candidates wanting to know more about our congregation.

 

 

Submit Résumés To:

Pastor Mick Foster

Broadway United Methodist Church

120 Church Ave. SE.

New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Electronic submissions are acceptable at: bumc@broadway-umc.org

Youth Coordinator (Part time)
Marion Salem UMC, Caledonia, OH
March 15, 2017
Youth Coordinator (Part time)
Marion Salem UMC, Caledonia, OH

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION (The main reason for the position, in what context and what is the overall end result)

Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20.

SCOPE (The way that the position contributes to and impacts on the organization)

The Youth Coordinator is vital to the overall educational mission of Marion Salem UMC by ensuring quality programs and mentoring for youth in grades 4-12. The role of the Youth Coordinator is to build a sense of community within the youth of the church that provides an opportunity for both spiritual and social development. The Youth Coordinator is an integral part of the staff and, reports directly to the Senior Pastor and the Staff Parish Relations Committee

RESPONSIBILITIES (Major responsibilities and target accomplishments expected of the position including the typical problems encountered in carrying out the responsibilities.)

Actively lead the youth program at MSUMC and provide guidance and teaching for its members

• Create a welcoming, fun, and enthusiastic environment for youth to connect with one another and grow in their faith.

• Establish a Youth Council consisting of three adults and three youth from different families.

• Work with Youth Council to develop and publish a yearly plan with regular social, educational, spiritual, and/or mission oriented events meant to develop and maintain a vibrantprogram.

• Ensure that youth are given opportunities to experience servant activities and events on a regular basis, both locally and through an annual work mission event.

• Recruit and train adult mentors to participate in youth activities.

• Teach the Jr and Sr High Sunday school class.

• Partner with the pastor to lead a confirmation program that meets the needs of confirmands.

• Attend staff meetings as directed by the Senior Pastor to communicate and connect youth activities to the broader themes of the church.

• Develop and manage an annual budget as it relates to youthactivities, and provide updates at Administrative Council meetings.

Build strong relationships with the youth and their families

• Grow the emerging youth program by proactively reaching out to youth within the church to assess their spiritual needs and encourage them to participate in activities like worship, Sunday school, youth group, retreats, mission trips, etc.

• Establish and maintain supportive appropriate relationships with youth and their families (for example, attending events of importance in their lives).

• Help youth seek, determine, and develop their gifts for ministries both within the church and outside of the church.

• Connect the youth with the various interfaith opportunities in the area and United Methodist Youth activities in the East Ohio Conference.

Encourage growing levels of participation through strong marketing of the program

• Communicate in timely and effective ways with parents, youth and church staff.

• Provide communication and publicity for youth events through the web, social media, email, and monthly newsletter to inform the youth and their families and encourage church-wide support of the youthprogram.

• Plan and carry out purposeful events that provide opportunities for youth to invite unchurched students with the goal of building a growing community of passionate followers of Jesus.

QUALIFICATIONS

• A personal commitment to Christ and Christian Education and support of the United Methodist tradition.

• Passion for inspiring youth and building relationships and a community of faith

• Experience in Christian education leadership roles

• Experience leading groups of youth—experience as a community service leader or as a youth counselor is preferred.

• Strong organization, planning, and communicationskills

The candidate will be expected to attend at least one major training event or conference annually to continue their own education, and to regularly participate in worship services. The candidate must also read and agree to the Child Protection Policy as adopted by Marion Salem United Methodist Church. This includes agreeing to a background check. Upon selection, the candidate will be required to attain CPRcertification.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES (The knowledge, skills and attitudes required for satisfactory job performance)

Knowledge

The incumbent must have proficient knowledge of the Holy Bible.

Skills

The incumbent must demonstrate the following skills:

• Ability to administer youthprograms

• Team buildingskills

• Analytical and problem solvingskills

• Decision makingskills

• Effective verbal, presentation and listening communicationsskills

• Effective negotiation and mediationskills

• Effective written communicationsskills

• Basic counselingskills

• Computer skills including the ability to operate computerized accounting, spreadsheet, word-processing, graphics and website development programs at a highly proficient level

• Stress management skills

Personal Attributes

The incumbant must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:

  • Be honest and trustworthy
  • Be respectful
  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Be flexible
  • Demonstrate sound work ethics

WORKING CONDITIONS

(The unavoidable, externally imposed conditions under which the work must be performed and which create hardship for the incumbent including the frequency and duration of occurrence of physical demands ,environmental conditions, demands on one’s senses and mental demands.)

Physical Demands

(The nature of physical effort leading to physical fatigue)

The Youth Coordinator may deliver programs in a variety of locations and may have to transport, lift and carry equipment and supplies. The Youth Coordinator will have to spend long hours sitting and using office equipment and computers, which can cause muscle strain, and may also be involved in a number of high energyactivities.

Environmental Conditions

(The nature of adverse environmental conditions affecting the incumbent)

The Youth Coordinator may have to manage a number of projects at one time, and may be interrupted frequently to meet the needs of youth and organizations. The Youth Coordinator may find the environment to be busy, noisy and will need excellent organizational and time and stress management skills to complete the required tasks.

Sensory Demands

(The nature of demands on the incumbent’s senses)

Sensory demands include use of the computer, which may cause eyestrain and occasional headaches. The youth activities may be noisy and busy making it difficult to concentrate.

Mental Demands

(Conditions that may lead to mental or emotional fatigue)

The Youth Coordinator deals with youth who can, from time to time, be demanding and challenging. The Youth Coordinator must remain patient and committed to the activities, and may have to engage in conflict resolution or crisis management attimes.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

• Flexible work schedule of 20 hours per week

• Depending on qualifications, starting salary is between $18,000-$20,000 per year

• Benefits include 40 hours paid time off and national holidays as designated by the SPRC

 

Please contact Lisa at lisamsumc@gmail.com

 

Senior Pastor
Calvary Chapel, Massillon, OH
March 14, 2017
Senior Pastor
Calvary Chapel, Massillon, OH

Church:                                Calvary Chapel

 

Position:                              Senior Pastor

                                               

Location:                             Jackson Township

                                               8151 Stuhldreher St NW
                                               Massillon, Ohio 44646
                                               (330) 833-4347

                                               Website:  www.massilloncalvarychapel.com

 

Services:                              9:30 AM - Sunday School

                                               10:45 AM  - Sunday Worship Service

                                               6:30 PM - Wednesday various Bible Studies and programs for youth 

                               

Profile:                                 Non-denominational church founded in 1964.

                                               Our Doctrinal Statement  and further information can be found on our  website. Chapel has capacity up to 400 people for worship service                                                as well as gymnasium that is used additional activities and ministries.     

 

Membership:                      Membership has fluctuated over the history of the church and currently stands at 85 members with attendance varying 85 to 115

 

To Inquire - Please

Contact:                              Greg Vogelgesang, Board Chairman

                                              Gregnjen1500@att.net

                                              (h) 330-830-1145

                                               

                                              Darren Boyle, Board Member

                                              Boyle@sssnet.com

                                              (c) 330-417-4818

Children's Minister
Martins Creek Mennonite Church, Millersburg, OH
March 8, 2017
Children's Minister
Martins Creek Mennonite Church, Millersburg, OH

Martins Creek currently has an opening for a quarter-time position to oversee their children’s ministries (Preschool – 6th Grade).  In addition to the salary, Martins Creek is also willing to help with any educational expenses for anyone wanting to take college or seminary classes while filling this position.  It is the perfect opportunity for anyone wanting to gain ministry experience or for any current students needing financial help with tuition.

Ministry Internship

In addition, Martins Creek also provides paid internship opportunities for students wanting to explore and gain experience in various fields of ministry. 

If you are interested in the Children’s Ministry Position or Internship Program, please contact Jay Conn at 330-674-1242.  Our website iswww.mcmc.org

Associate Pastor
Plantation Church, Plantation, FL
March 8, 2017
Associate Pastor
Plantation Church, Plantation, FL

Jesus is LORD at Plantation Community Church. The church is seeking a full-time Associate Pastor of Youth and Family Ministries. The candidate should have a heart and plan for discipling children, youth and their families to grow closer to Christ and to strengthen their Christian walk. Responsibilities include oversight of: children's ministries including AWANA program, middle school and high school youth programs including summer mission trip, VBS program and chaplaincy of preschool. Job also includes assisting the Senior Pastor, community outreach and interacting with the entire congregation. We are looking for an energetic, highly motivated, passionate individual with a sense of humor and filled with the Joy of the LORD. 
Our church is a conservative independent Christian congregation located in Plantation, Florida (a suburb of Ft. Lauderdale). We are a loving church family from various Christian and cultural backgrounds. Our focus is on Bible teaching, prayer, missions, and the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
 
Qualified candidates should be a graduate (or near graduate) of a 3 year degree (preferably Masters of Divinity) program of a member school of the American Association of Theological Schools.
 
Send cover letter with resume inclusive of family profile, statement of faith, and ministry philosophy and all inquiries to search@pccflorida.org.

Family Pastor
Valley Grace Church, Hagerstown, MD
March 8, 2017
Family Pastor
Valley Grace Church, Hagerstown, MD

Valley Grace Church exists to encourage believers in their private and public worship of God, to help them grow both personally and in community with Christ, and to help provide opportunities to serve Christ in His church and the world. It is a Grace Brethren Church, which is a local assembly of believers in Jesus Christ who are a part of the larger network of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches

The church is defined by its uncompromising biblical teaching. It is uniquely known for its acceptance of all who enter through its doors, and for exuding a family-friendly feel both within the walls of the church, and outside during its community outreach endeavors. With a strong foundation in teaching, Valley Grace seeks to continue its history of impact through missions-minded efforts, scripturally conservative teaching, generosity in giving, and effective weekend services.

Snapshot:
Weekly Attendance: 250
Location: Hagerstown, MD
Affiliations: Grace Brethren Fellowship
 
This position is open to recent graduates and alumni. A bachelor’s degree, with a ministry emphasis, is required for this position, although experience may be substituted for the educational qualification (having completed or progressing toward a Master of Divinity degree is preferred.) If not licensed, prospective candidate must be willing to obtain licensure within the first twelve months of employment.

Valley Grace seeks a dynamic and gifted Family Pastor to join the team, bringing fresh leadership and vibrancy to the children, student, and young adult ministries. The Family Pastor will be a strategic, visionary leader who will oversee ministry for birth through young adults/families. He will work to build healthy families by recruiting, developing, and leading the children, student, and young adult ministry leaders and teams, as well as coordinating engaging and energetic biblical teaching and worshipping environments.
 
To apply, please follow this link: https://www.vanderbloemen.com/jobs/valley-grace-church-family-pastor
 
 

Pastor (Full-time)
Greenmount Church of the Brethren, Harrisonburg, VA
March 1, 2017
Pastor (Full-time)
Greenmount Church of the Brethren, Harrisonburg, VA

The Greenmount Church of the Brethren near Harrisonburg, Virginia is seeking a full time pastor.  If interested please contact Matt Morris at Greenmount COB 540.833.5251

Pastor (Full-time)
Garber Brethren Church, Ashland, OH
February 28, 2017
Pastor (Full-time)
Garber Brethren Church, Ashland, OH

Garber (Ashland, OH) The Garber Pastor Selection Committee is now accepting résumés and Pastor Profiles from interested candidates for full-time pastor. Information can be emailed to the Committee for consideration at garberbc@gmail.com or call 419-281-3301 to request an application.

Pastor (Full-time)
Mayflower Congregational Christian Church, Mansfield, OH
February 28, 2017
Pastor (Full-time)
Mayflower Congregational Christian Church, Mansfield, OH

Required Education:  Bachelor's Degree/Ordained Minister (minimum)

Required Experience:  Negotiable

Contact:  Jean Semonoff, Chairman of Search Committee:  419.756.0103 or Church office: 419.589.6612 for more information.

Family Ministries Director
Cumberland Community Church, Smyrna, GA
February 14, 2017
Family Ministries Director
Cumberland Community Church, Smyrna, GA

Complete information available via link:

 

http://nextgenstaffsolutions.com/job/cumberland-community-church-smyrna-ga-30080-2-35/

Submit an Opportunity

To submit an opportunity, please send an email to Susan Icenhour with the following information:

  • Position Title
  • Opportunity Location
  • Brief Summary of Position
  • How to Apply
  • Link to Website

Note that all positions will be posted for 60 days unless notified that they have been filled.

Email Susan

Who to Contact

Susan Icenhour sicenhou@ashland.edu 419-289-5023