Date Posted: 2/1/2014
Church Size: 75-100
Job Type: Full-Time Pastor
The Community Bible Chapel pastor must meet all biblical qualifications of an elder and have a clear sense of God's call to pastoral ministry. We seek a pastor who uses primarily expositional along with occasional topical styles of preaching and applies the Word to our lives. To be successful, we believe our pastor must be able to clearly communicate a biblical vision for the church and inspire people to pursue it. We seek an effective leader committed to equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry and sending them out with appropriate accountability. We desire a pastor who will lead in cooperation with the elders and preferably has prior pastoral experience. We seek an individual who is passionate about discipling all ages within our church, reaching out to our local community and furthering worldwide missions.
The purpose of Community Bible Chapel is the edification of Christians through teaching of the Word of God and the world-wide proclamation of the gospel The gospel is God's saving grace expressed in the shed blood and finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross. Our desire is to promote godly worship and defend the Christian faith. Our Christian ministries and activities function in harmony with God's Holy Word, the Bible, to strengthen our church until Christ comes again.
Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience. The selected candidate will receive compensation with benefits including health insurance.
Please visit www.cbchapel.com for more information about our church and its ministry overview.
For immediate consideration, please forward your confidential resume or letter of inquiry along with three references and a statement of your beliefs to our Corresponding Secretary:
Community Bible Chapel
Pastoral Search Committee Secretary-Confidential
4742 Cedar Court
Quinnesec, MI 49876
Please contact Mr. Bruce Olson, Pastoral Search Committee Chairman, at (906) 563-9846 with any questions.
Posted on Thu, March 27, 2014
by Jesse Fullan filed under