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South Delta Baptist Church

Senior Associate Pastor of Church Growth and Administration

South Delta Baptist Church
Delta, British Columbia, Canada

Date Posted: 02/12/2010
Categories: Business/Administration - Evangelism Pastor
Denominations: Baptist
Church Size: 501 to 750
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
Senior Associate Pastor of Church Growth and Administration

Position Summary
• Responsible to lead the growth and outreach ministries of South Delta Baptist Church (SDBC). These ministries include evangelism and global missions, assimilation, and community groups.
• Responsible to oversee the administrative areas of the church including stewardship & facility administration including financial support and custodial staff, support staff, outsourced I.T., and website. Will provide support for SDBC strategic initiatives.
• Reports to the Lead Pastor and is a member of the leadership team. Oversees support staff including accounting staff and offering counters. Chairs key committees for facilities and finance.

Evangelism and Global Missions Ministry
Objective: Evangelism and global missions ministries are intended to mobilize the church to reach individuals in Tsawwassen and beyond with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Applicant will have a proven ability to establish and implement a comprehensive church-wide evangelism ministry. He will direct a volunteer team which will develop, oversee, and implement strategic global-missions related objectives.

Assimilation Ministry
Objective: Assimilation ministries will provide a purposeful program in which a new attendee of SDBC can take the next step toward quickly becoming involved in fellowship, spiritual growth, and ministry. This pastor will establish and oversee a program that will identify and connect new attendees with a community group and areas in which they can serve.

Community Group Ministry
Objective: Community Groups (small groups) will become a foundational vehicle for spiritual and relational growth as well as identification of future church leaders. The applicant will be expected to implement a system that will grow new groups, while providing resources and communication, proper placement, and coaching within SDBC’s small group structure.

Stewardship Ministry & Facility Administration
Objective: The applicant will oversee a stewardship ministry which conforms to proper accounting principles, and good risk management practices. He will work alongside of the Lead Pastor to manage and develop budgets, and interact with donors while efficiently managing financial and facility related resources.

Support Staff & I.T.
Objective: In order to create good human resource practices, this pastor will oversee support staff, outsourced I.T. services, and an attractive and user-friendly website. He will ensure that the ministry is supported with appropriate I.T. services.

Skills, Knowledge, and Gifting
-Has significant experience in creating, growing, and executing small group and church-wide evangelism ministries, while modeling the ability to lead others into a new relationship with Christ, and an ability and proven record of leading staff. He will be gifted with strong interpersonal skills, will be a creative thinker and possess the ability to assess ministry effectiveness (experience in a multi-staff setting a plus). He will display a record of building volunteer teams, with the ability to supervise them, encourage them, and keep them accountable. He will have significant experience in an administrative role with a developed understanding of accounting practices and procedures. His character will be such that he will model a passion to reach others for Christ, is a team player and self-starter, with a teachable and humble spirit.

Interested applicants should send resumes, references, philosophy of ministry, and statement of beliefs to: South Delta Baptist Church, 1988 56 street- Delta, B.C., Canada, V4L 2B1, Attention: Sue Gibson; or e-mail to Further information about the position and SDBC’s strategic initiatives is available at