With this week’s scoops, we have posted 295 openings or closing in 2017. Scoops work because you provide information. The more the more useful. Thank you!
TN: Skyler Sexton going to work with the North View congregation as their new YM.
FL: The Emerald Beach church in Panama City is looking for a new Preacher. You can learn more about them at http://www.emeraldbeachchurch.org/ and email if you have any interest: David Stevenson, firstname.lastname@example.org
TN: Charles Baugh is retiring as the pulpit minister at the Goodlettesville church. Their attendance runs about 250-75. You can read more about them at: http://www.goodlettsville.org/
IL: The church in Mt. Vernon is looking for a new preacher. They are a church of about 140 with 4 elders and 7 deacons. Joshua Hartwigsen is leaving the work there after 9 years. The church is active and involved in Lads to Leaders. They want an experienced man who will stay with them for several years. Their last three preachers have been here for 19, 8, and now 9 years. The church has no debt. Interested? email a resume or other information to one of the elders, Gale Evans: email@example.com, 618.246.6742.
TN: The Center Chapel church where Scoop Blog purist, Andy “Homerun” Connelly is the preacher is looking, immediately, for a new youth minister. They would prefer a married man but that is not a dealbreaker. This is probably a part time job (esp if the man is married) but a single man might be fine on the salary provided. Contact Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AL: The Sherrod Avenue church has hired Justin Pannell from Owens Cross Roads in the Huntsville area. This means Owens Cross Roads will be open. They are a church of about 350 and Gary Bradley, SR will be doing their interim. Learn more at: http://www.ocrcoc.org/
FL: The Pleasant Grove Road congregation (Inverness) is looking for a new minister. The congregation has a newly appointed eldership and deacons with a church secretary. Attendance is around 110. They have a lot of kids. Their previous minister, James Coker, is moving on after five years, but is “enthusiastically endorsing this work to the right man.” If interested, contact James at 352.322.9366 or email@example.com
FL: The Lake Butler Church is seeking a full-time pulpit minister. They are a congregation of 120 members located in North Central, Florida. The community is within 45 minutes of both Jacksonville and Gainesville, Florida. Lake Butler is also within 1-2 hours from both the East and West Coast beaches, and about 2 hours from Orlando, Florida. They have three elders and three deacons and want a minister that is “energetic, motivated to reach the lost in our community and interact with our membership to build them up in the gospel.” They have a growing youth group that is involved in Lads to Leaders and Florida Bible Camp. The leadership has incorporated a youth intern over the past three years to work with the young people. The leadership is looking for a minister that has a minimum of five years’ experience, but will entertain applicants with less. The church has two houses if the minister is interested in living in one of them. If interested send a cover letter, resume, and a recent sermon audio or video to: Lake Butler Church of Christ, Search Committee, 475 NW 2nd Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The applicant can also send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the church directly at 386.496.3158.
AR: The church in Stamps is looking for a preacher as the one they have had for the last 12 years has retired. They are a church of 30-40 members. They do have a “preacher’s house” and pay utilities. The salary would be negotiable up to a point. They have two elders and three deacons. Interested? Contact: Ian Ouei <email@example.com
KY: The Summit church in Cold Spring is looking for a youth minister. Contact: Robin Dunaway firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TN: The Central Pike church in Hermitage is looking for a part-time Youth minister. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact Jerry Sawyer 434/390-1986 or email@example.com
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