The discipleship pastor serves under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the other elders. He collegially collaborates with the other elders on spiritual direction and overall strategy; he works closely with the deacons regarding operational matters.
- Master's of divinity from an accredited seminary, preferably one known to have a Reformed theological focus
- Ordained by the EFCA or another evangelical denomination
- Two to five years in a vocational ministry role (pastor, associate pastor, youth pastor) OR
- Second-career minister recently out of seminary seeking first or second pastoral position
- A personal walk with God via Bible study and prayer
- A growth in your relationships with your spouse and children
- Handle the day-to-day administrative operations at NAEFC (PowerPoint and bulletin).
- Handle day-to-day communications (church email and phone, website, and social media).
- Oversee prayer requests, and small groups admin and communication
- Teach 50 percent of the time, in the worship service and the adult SS hour
- Teach a small group or midweek service at the church (Tues-Thurs)
- Lead discipleship at NAEFC
- Work with elders on strategies for evangelism
- Work as a campus pastor caring and shepherding the flock
- Meet regularly with the elders and once a month with the deacons
- Keep office hours at the church (3X per week from 8 a.m. - noon or 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
- Help build our community from within and outside the church
- Offer suggestions on ways to grow our church
How to apply
Email search committee via firstname.lastname@example.org.