The Waddel Fellowship Intern located in Athens, GA works to support the Waddel Fellows and administrate the program. The intern is full time and lives in the apartment attached to the Presbyterian Student Center. Half of the intern’s hours go toward support of the Waddel Fellows and administration of the Waddel Fellowship program. The other half of the intern’s hours will be devoted to their own exploration of faith and vocation under the supervision of the Campus Minister.
The American Protestant Church (Bonn, Germany), an international and multi-denominational congregation, is searching for an ASSOCIATE MINISTER / PASTOR to start in the summer of 2019. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience.
The primary focus of the position is the faith formation of children, youth and young adults. The secondary focus of the position is sharing with the Senior Pastor in pastoral responsibilities in the ministry areas of: pastoral care and prayer; worship leadership and preaching; home groups; adult education programs and fellowship events, including the annual church retreat.
Early applications before March 31, 2019 are encouraged. Applications will be received until the position is filled. The search team will review applications and interview applicants on a rolling basis.
The American Protestant Church (APC) Bonn is an English-speaking, multi-denominational, cross-cultural congregation of about 180 members representing more than 30 countries and over 15 denominations. It includes people from the international business community, leaders in local government, workers from the United Nations, diplomats, military personnel, students and professors from the University of Bonn, as well as expatriates living in the area. Our mission is to call the English-speaking community to Christ and Christlikeness by serving their needs.
More information on the church, its ministries, and its global mission partners can be found at www.apcbonn.de.
Bonn is an international city of about 330,000. The cosmopolitan life of Bonn is driven by the University of Bonn, the international business community and international organizations, such as the United Nations. The city is located on the Rhine River in the heart of Europe.
To apply: Please send a cover letter, resume and names as well as contact information of at least three references with whom you have had significant ministry interaction to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Springs Presbyterian in Red Springs, NC is seeking a Solo Pastor. This Solo position is for a small (115 member) church in rural southeastern North Carolina. We are an active church in a small community located just west of I95 and just south of Fayetteville, NC. We are seeking someone with energy and love to come and share in our ministry in hopes of building bridges outside of the walls of our church.
Contact Johnny Robertson 910-827-1176; email@example.com
New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, TN is seeking an Associate Pastor for Emerging Generations and Mission to: Oversee youth and college ministries, and coordinate outreach/social justice ministries. NPPC has a strong (and ongoing) commitment to raising young adults with a commitment to serving the world. Outreach ministries include a weekly meal for 250-300, as well as other community ministries that invite engagement from members. This person will also have some responsibilities for developing marketing and communications strategies.
Contact Dan Young 865-414-9900; firstname.lastname@example.org
New Providence Presbyterian Church located in Maryville, TN is seeking an Associate Pastor for Church Life and Family Ministries. The position is to oversee ministry to children and families, and shape and direct “welcoming” ministries - bringing in new folks and creating a process that moves them from first visit to meaningful engagement in congregation and community. This person will also be responsible for young adult ministries (mostly young couples and/or young parents).
Contact Dan Young 865-414-9900; email@example.com
First Presbyterian Church of Sunbury, PA is seeking a Full Time Solo Pastor to lead congregation in worship, administrative duties, supervision of staff, and building our Christian Education.
Contact Jill Fecker 570-286-7211; firstname.lastname@example.org
Westminster Presbyterian Church (WPC) is located in Buffalo, NY. Founded in 1854, Westminster is a progressive and yet traditional mainline Presbyterian congregation. WPC is looking for a full time, Associate Pastor to lead youth and family ministries. This position combines the Director of Christian Education and the Youth Coordinator roles. The primary focus of our new Associate Pastor (AP) will be the programs of Christian education and nurture for families, children, and youth. AP will participate in weekly planning of worship and will advocate for the needs of children in the worship service and in the life of the church. AP will be responsible for organizing the Sunday School, as well as fellowship and milestone events that involve children and youth. AP will work with WPC’s Committees to foster programming for the Congregation’s spiritual formation and growth from cradle to grave.
Contact John Bace 716-348-3510; email@example.com
Atlanta Ministry with International Students (AMIS) is seeking a full-time Program Administrator to support this well-established non-profit organization. AMIS is a Christian-based organization that promotes cultural understanding through friendship and hospitality with international students in the Greater Atlanta area. Since its start in 1978, AMIS has provided opportunities for international students – both in Atlanta and around the United States to develop friendships with American volunteers and together share both U.S. and their country’s culture and customs. Position description can be found here.
Inquiries and resumes can be emailed to: Rev. Irene Wong, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Ballwin, MO seeks an Associate Pastor who is able to inspire, motivate and lead our youth and relate to their families. It is important that the Associate Pastor be approachable, be an excellent communicator, possess a good sense of humor, and be an involved participant in church and community life. The Associate Pastor should be relational - generating conversation and facilitating communication to build trust, help people arrive at consensus, and motivate congregants to follow through on projects and ideas. We seek someone with the ability to relate to youth, children, and their families. It is especially important that this individual be able to develop close relationships with the youth by providing Christian guidance, taking an interest in their passions, extending the ministry to their families, and connecting the youth with caring adults. More information is available online through the Church Leadership Connection and www.discoverstmark.org.
Contact Clayton Douglas, 636.236.7194; email@example.com