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Nicosia Community Church

Nicosia, NA, Cyprus

Date Posted:
Senior Pastor
Not Applicable
Church Size:
under 50
Job Type:
Nicosia Community Church
Job Description:

Small International Church seeks a mission-supported pastor.


Nicosia Community Church is a small, long-standing, highly transient and diverse,  multi-national Protestant church in the capital city of Cyprus. The congregation is primarily made up of English-speaking local and international professionals that come from Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and various Protestant traditions, as well as individuals from an un-churched background.  Although there are only 25 full members, Sunday attendance can fluctuate greatly; especially during school holidays/the summer when people move or return to their home country for lengthy periods of time.  For more information about the church, see our website at http://www.ncc-church.com. This is a challenging, yet rewarding, position with a church, and in a city, that has a front row seat to life and events in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

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About the Church

Nicosia Community Church

Situated in one of the most fragmented regions of the world, NCC brings together Christians who would otherwise be divided by national and denominational boundaries. As an international church we are committed to a culturally relevant and sensitive presentation of the Gospel to the peoples of the Eastern Mediterranean. As an inter-denominational Protestant church we seek to fulfill Jesus' prayer that his people might "be one, in order that the world might believe." More...