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FTCC

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Date Posted:
12/30/2016
Categories:
Senior Pastor
Denomination:
Congregational
Church Size:
101 to 150
Job Type:
Full-Time
FTCC
Job Description:

Flatbush-Thompkins Congregational Church, (FTCC) recognized as a historical and architectural landmark within the Brooklyn community and the city of New York, is seeking a Senior Minister to lead its congregation.

 

Our Church traces its roots back to a group of Congregationalists who formed the Tompkins Avenue Congregatioal Church on June 6, 1875, and in 1942 merged with the Flatbush Congregational Church creating the Flatbush-Tompkins Congregational Church of Brooklyn.  FTCC is currently a member of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, (NACCC) with membership from diverse religious background.

 

FTCC is seeking a Senior Minister with strong leadership qualities whose teaching and preaching are Christ-centered and Bible-based. The Senior Minister will consistently deliver exegetical and inspirational sermons that have the power to transform the lives of our members. The successful candicate will also be a spiritual resource for our youths and the community at large. A M.Div with at least five years experience with at least one post as a Senior Minister preferred and a proven record of growing a congregation.both in numbers and in their spiritual faith.

 

Compensation includes salary, benefits, housing and vacation. Please send your resume via e-mail to:

Pastoral Search Committee at  resume@flatbushtompkins.org 

Please include in your application a letter of intent and a one page spiritual biography. 

 

 

 

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FTCC

Flatbush - Tompkins Congregational Church (FTCC) is located in the Ditmas Park area of Brooklyn New York and along with its adjacent parsonage both buildings are accredited as NYC landmark buildings. FTCC traces its roots back to a group of Congregationalists who formed the Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church on June 6, 1875, and in 1942 merged with the Flatbush Congregational Church of Brooklyn. More...