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Grace Community Church

Bryan, Ohio, United States

Date Posted:
05/14/2014
Categories:
Senior Pastor
Denomination:
Mennonite
Church Size:
151 to 250
Job Type:
Full-Time
Grace Community Church
Job Description:

 

Are You a Leader in the Trenches?

 

Grace Community Church is a diverse, non-traditional Mennonite Church with urban ministries in a rural setting and an average attendance of 190.  We come from many walks of life but we have been called to walk as a family in Christ and minister to the “least of these” in our community through our two thrift stores, clothing giveaway, Christmas food and toy giveaways and our benevolence ministries.  Our vision statement is “We say, ‘Yes, Lord’ to all you ask.”

 

We are looking for a full-time Lead Pastor to challenge us in our spiritual growth and to help us continue in our walk with Jesus.  We prefer a seminary degree with five years ministry experience or equivalent life experience.  This spirit-led, theologically conservative Anabaptist will be supported by a Leadership Team seeking His will in all we do. 

 

If you have a contagious passion for the Lord and a sense of humor please send your resume to gracecommunityresume@gmail.com or mail it to 206 West Bement Street, Bryan, Ohio, 43506 by June 20, 2014.   Check out our website at gracechurchofbryan.org.

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Grace Community Church

Vision: A ministry wholly dedicated to the glory of God. All ministry must be based on the firm foundation of the Holy Scriptures and empowered by the Holy Spirit, covered by the grace and forgiveness purchased by Christ for us on Calvary, and balanced between Worship, Evangelism, Nurture, and Training. We aim to be consistently stepping out in faith asking “Lord, what do you think about this?” Keeping in mind that it’s not about us, it’s about Him and them. More...