First Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama seeks a full-time Associate Pastor of Campus Ministry. The APCM will lead Bama UKirk, a community that gathers regularly for worship, fellowship, service, meals, study, recreation and fun. They will represent FPC to the students of The University of Alabama and be the intermediary between Bama UKirk and the church congregation. The congregation of FPC is committed to supporting a ministry presence at UA, while encouraging students to engage in the life, work and worship of our congregation. A demonstration of that commitment is UPerk, the coffee shop FPC built which serves as a hub for campus ministry and community engagement. We want to meet students where they are, encourage them in life, and help them grow in faith while also making a difference in our community and beyond. Also, open to considering a candidate on an interim basis for the '19-'20 school year.
THE OPPORTUNITY Seven years since its planting as one of earliest 1001 New Worshiping Communities, Journey is looking for a new director to transition the campus ministry into its “second generation.” It’s pretty much the best ministry job in the world in the best city in the country. We’re not really exaggerating. Journey ministers to two campuses, the College of Charleston and the Citadel Military College in gorgeous and historic Charleston. The former is the least Christian campus in the state and where campus ministries go to die. The latter is outwardly religious, but so regimented and repressed it makes discipleship unusually difficult. Who’s up for a challenge?
The United Campus Ministry at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, AR is seeking a Campus Minister. This position leads UCM by engaging, motivating, and advising the organization and the people needed to support it with their time, money, and talents.
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