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St. Paul's E & R

Piqua, Ohio, United States

Date Posted:
08/29/2011
Categories:
Senior Pastor
Denomination:
Evangelical Free
Church Size:
101 to 150
Job Type:
Part-Time
St. Paul's E & R
Job Description:
St. Paul's Evangelical & Reformed Church, Piqua, OH, a vital and robust fellowship of believers seeking to be obedient to the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, is seeking a part-time /bi-vocational Pastor (25 - 30 hours per week) to teach the Bible as the Word of God and guide our congregation (including our children's ministries) with passion, integrity and honesty through a time of anticipated growth.

The candidate should possess the qualities necessary to assist in building relationships within the church as well as within the community. The candidate's example shall be one of peace, joy, kindness, love, gentleness, self-control, patience and humility toward each soul wherever they may be in their walk with the Lord. He or she should be adept at developing the leadership skills required to foster teamwork within our congregation for the purpose of serving others needs and accomplishing God's ultimate purpose for our lives -leading others to Christ. The candidate should meet the New Testament requirements for office as listed in 1 Timothy 3: 1-7 and Titus 1: 6-9

Applicants should hold a degree from an accredited seminary or Bible College (Masters of Divinity preferred) and have experience as a Senior Pastor or comparable role. A complete Job Description with areas of accountability and a Candidate Questionnaire can be found on the church web site: www.stpaulspiqua.com. Responses should be directed by e-mail to searchstpauls@yahoo.com.
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St. Paul's E & R

St. Paul's E & R of Piqua, formerly UCC and now associated with the Evangelical Association, will celebrate its 165th anniversary in October 2011, founded by hardworking German immigrants in 1846. Following some recent "peaks and valleys," the church is now rebuilding its membership base. More...