The Ferguson Heights Church of Christ is looking to hire a full-time minister. Planted in 1983 as the Berkeley Heights Church of Christ, men lead our congregation as we strive to love God, love people, and make disciples through friendship evangelism.
Our Future Minister
Our future minister will be enthusiastic for the Lord. He will project as well as live out a sound doctrine. Our minister will have a desire and commitment to work under the oversight of the congregation. He will serve as a preacher, teacher, counselor, and comforter to the members of the congregation as well as to the local community. With love for people and excellent communication skills, he will enjoy working with our kids and our families and will have a passion for reaching out to the community to make disciples for Christ.
The City of Ferguson, Missouri, located in the St. Louis Metropolitan area, has approximately 21,000 residents. Ferguson is nestled between interstates I-70, I-270, and I-170, mere minutes away from Lambert International Airport. The Ferguson area is home to three Fortune 500 companies with a combined 26,000 employees and two college campuses with over 24,000 students.
- Prepare and deliver sermons. Collaborate with ministry leaders on the planning and conducting of worship service(s).
- Lead the Church in effective outreach programs witnessing and caring for persons in the Church and community.
- Visit members and prospects.
- The ministering Evangelist is responsible for the training and equipping of the congregation’s spiritual development and is therefore responsible for conducting counseling, wedding ceremonies, and funeral services.
- Lead in planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and evaluating the total church program.
- Train, lead, and establish Elders, Deacons, and Interns in a program of family ministries. Work with Elders and Deacons, church leaders, and committees as they perform their assigned responsibilities.
- Act as moderator of church meetings.
- Cooperate with associational, state, and denominational leaders in matters of mutual interest and concern; keep the Church informed of denominational development; represent the Church in civic matters.
- Serve as chief administrator of the paid church staff; supervise the work of assigned paid staff workers and interns.
To receive our consideration for this position, please forward your resume, links to three sermon videos, and three letters of recommendation with their phone and email contact information to email@example.com. A complete job description will be sent upon receipt of the requested information, or contact us for details.