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Christian Education Director/Associate Pastor Level
New Community Bible Fellowship
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States
Date Posted: 06/18/2010
Categories: Christian Education - Discipleship Pastor
Church Size: 2501 to 3000
Job Type: Full-Time
Christian Ed Director/ Associate Pastor level Full Time Role
Growing 2600 member Bible teaching non-denominational church in Cleveland, Ohio looking for full-time ministry leader to function in an “Associate Pastor” role (actual title Minister or Elder) to oversee Christian Education and Spiritual Formation. The ideal candidate will have MDIV or Bachelor in Biblical Studies. The ideal candidate will have pastoral or other relevant clergy experience. Focus is assisting the Sr. Pastor at senior staff level in overseeing, coaching, training, directing and developing all aspects of adult Christian education and spiritual formation.
The role requires a person with proven experience, passion and giftedness in educating, discipleship and developing God’s people to grow into mature Christians. The person must be a sound teacher of the Bible, assisting with training both leaders and members in the Word of God.
The role also includes some aspects of general shepherding, oversight and counseling of church members; and also entails limited Sunday morning pulpit duties. He must have a true heart for God and God’s people.
About New Community Bible Fellowship
New Community Bible Fellowship is a non-denominational, Bible teaching, Christ-centered church located in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. We strive to live out what we believe the six key purposes of a healthy church: 1) to disciple members in understanding and living the Bible, 2) to be a people of prayer, 3) to worship the Lord in Spirit and in truth, 4) to be a witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world, 5) to serve according to our Spiritual gifts, and 6) to love and encourage one another in the Body of Christ. As a church we are committed to developing each of our members into fully devoted disciples of Jesus Christ. We are a small group driven ministry- thus striving to see every member involved in a small group within the church. New Community is a church plant, started sixteen years ago in 1994 by our Sr. Pastor Kevin James. Our membership is currently at 2651 and we offer two identical services each Sunday morning. We have strong programs for both children and adults. Our average attendance on Sunday mornings is about 1200 to 1400 between our two services and other educational and children’s ministries being conducted.
We have over 50 active ministries, which allow every member to find a place to serve in the church. We are a predominately African-American church with a small amount of racial diversity. Our worship style is contemporary gospel. Our ministry has already transcended beyond local to a regional level and it is our goal to grow into a world-class church ministry for the gospel of Jesus Christ. We hope to accomplish our ever-expanding vision by passionately and urgently living out our purposes of helping lost people come to Jesus, helping saved people live for Jesus and helping hurting people through the power of Jesus. For more information about New Community Bible Fellowship, visit our website at www.newcommunitybible.org.
Interested and qualified individuals should send resumes (CDs, DVDs, etc.) along with a wage/salary history via mail, fax, or email to the address below. Items will not be returned. Candidates who appear to be a good match for both NCBF and this position from a preliminary review of qualifications and experience will be contacted for interviews and further candidating steps. Job Post Date: 06-01-2010. Response Deadline: 08-31-2010.
Send all information and correspondence to: Deacon Charles Domingue, New Community Bible Fellowship, 3557 Washington Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Faxes may be sent to Deacon Charles’ attention at (216) 453-5779.