Stay with us this morning. Lots of scoops and info. And let us know what we missed.
NOTE 1: Several have asked about congregations accepting donations for hurricane relief. I know there are several out there but the first I connected with us the Myrtle Beach congregation. The preacher there is Steven Guy. Their address is 4500 Wild Iris Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. They are connected to a lot of the churches in that area that received significant damage.
NOTE 2: Lance Cordell let us know that Ralph Steury, who preach the gospel for a long time in Missouri and Oklahoma and was the the church at Calvert City for 23 years passed away recently. He was 94 and a delight.
NOTE 3: Larry and Betty Moncrief are looking at the possibility of opening a Christian, non-profit thrift store and service center for those in need. They want to find causes within the church to be the benefactors of the items, goods, and monetary income. They have a heart for the people of Appalachia and children's homes in North Alabama. If you have any leads, website info, phone numbers, etc., of any organizations with connections or undergirding to these two groups contact Larry and Betty Moncrief email@example.com or on Instant Church Directory.
Now for Scoops.
TN: Craig Evans will be the new preacher at Mount Juliet. I have several interests in this, from my son being one of the ministers there and two of my grandchildren being there to Craig being a dear friend right here in Spring Hill for the last 7 years. Of course this means Spring Hill will be looking for a new preacher. More on that later.
AR/KY: The self-scoop Cecil May III. He will be moving to work with the Levy church in North Little Rock, AR as Connecting Minister. He is leaving Parkway church in Fulton, KY after 23 years. Parkway church, then, with attendance of just over 100 and a busy jail ministry, overseen by three elders, will be searching for a new minister. Here is the contact info I have for them: Parkway Church of Christ P.O. Box 1642 Fulton, KY 42041.
TN/AL: Ty Rhymes is leaving the Pickwick church in Counce to work with the Chisholm Hills church in Florence. The Pickwick congregation. They have about 65 members and no elders. No preference on experience or age. If interested, contact Ty at 318349-6771 or firstname.lastname@example.org, He is leaving on good terms: Pickwick Church of Christ P.O. Box 197 Counce, TN 38326, Paul Briley, 731-925-4709
MS/GA: Our second self-scoop this week goes to Bob Williams. He will be moving in the next couple of weeks to begin work with the Pontotoc church in Pontotoc, MS. He is leaving the Rose Hill congregation in Columbus, GA where he has been the last 7 years. They are accepting resumes.
LA: The Carriage Oaks church in Bossier City is looking for a preacher. Contact is Carl Brumbough, 318 349-7746.
NE: The church in McCook has a new preacher. Daniel Freeman from Lubbock, TX has begun there.
MO/AR: The Curry Street Church of Christ in West Plains has hired Hank Lawrence from Mountain Home, AR.
NC: The Jericho congregation seeks a full-time minister due to the retirement of present minister. They are located in a rural setting next to Carolina Bible Camp near Mocksville. The congregation is served by three elders and five deacons. Average attendance is 130-140. Submit your resume along with audio/video files to email@example.com or visit www.jerichotoday.com
AR: Chase Almond begins as the new preacher at Grace Point in Jonesboro, Arkansas on October 7.
TN: Larry Steele will being his work as the preacher at the Midway Church 92 Midway Rd in Lawrenceburg.
WI/TN: James Sampson is retiring from full-time ministry after 52yrs and is relocating from Wisconsin to Allons to live near his son Caleb Sampson who preaches there. He is available for fill in work or meetings within the surrounding areas or further. That means the church in Marshfield, Wisconsin is without a preacher for the time being and have not announced their plans but one could contact the elders there if interested.
KY: The Mt. Gilead church in Tompkinsville is looking for a preacher effective immediately. They are a congregation of about 225. They need a full-time versatile pulpit minister who can also work with the youth. They do not have a minister’s house. Call Deckard 270 427-8381 see www.mtgileadchurch.net for more information.
AL: The Chase Park church in Huntsville is currently seeking a full time youth minister who will serve, teach, lead, mentor and motivate the youth of all ages in the congregation in their walk with God. Required qualifications include a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Bible and demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills. Please visit www.cpcofc.org/ministers for more information, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AL: The Petersville church in Florence is looking for a youth and family minister minister. They have five elders and a full-time minister. Their attendance is around 275 in attendance, with 25-30 teens, and around 70 in the sixth grade and below. “We are looking for a strong Christian couple, one who is married or engaged, sound in doctrine, to direct the planning, organizing, and implementing of activities for the youth of our congregation.” A bachelor’s degree in youth ministry or Bible preferred, with a desire to preach and teach Bible classes. Please send a Resume and Philosophy of Ministry to: Petersville Church of Christ c/o Search Committee 3601 Cloverdale Road Florence, AL 35633 email@example.com Deadline: November 11, 2018
FL: Maingate in Orlando at Disney World has three opening for this year due to cancellations. Dates are October 7th, 14th and November 11th. Please pass along if you will. Application is available at www.myconcordstreet.org/Maingate
UT: A small rural Utah congregation in Price is searching for a full-time preacher. The position is open now. To apply send resume to: Carbon Emery Church of Christ P.O. Box 299 Price, UT 84501. Questions call and leave message 435 637-4088.
AR: Self scoop to Joshua Dement. He will be leaving the Newton Street in Paragould at the end of September and beginning a work with the Pyburn Street congregation in Pocahontas. Newton Street will be searching for a new preacher. They are a congregation of around 60-70 members in a part of the country with a strong Restoration Movement heritage. At this time the congregation is unable to provide full support so a second job or an additional source of income will be necessary to supplement what the congregation can pay. Contact Don Trout - (870) 236-8041 for more information.
WV: The Washington Street Church of Christ, in St. Albans is looking for a preacher. The local preacher is retiring December 30. Inquiries can be sent to: The Church of Christ, 601 Washington Street, St. Albans, WV 25177 Attn: Rick McCormick.
TN: The Big Creek church in Lynnville in Giles County is looking for fill-in preachers and/or a part time minister. They have 10 members. Contact their secretary Miranda Higgins 931 424-8615, for details.
NOTE: We have a SPANISH MINISTER who is trained and effective looking for a work. Contact us for details. He and his wife would prefer Alabama or Tennessee.
AL: A mission team, consisting of about 15 hard working older teens and adults, is looking for a new work for next summer. They love to conduct Vacation Bible School and knock doors. They would like to work with a congregation located within a 5 hour drive of Florence. They provide their own transportation, lodging and support. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
OK: The Southwest congregation in Oklahoma City is looking to fill a 2-year ministry mentoring/intern position with the congregation. This is designed to be a training program for a man interested in entering ministry work. This man will be brought on staff and remain with Southwest for two years. During that time he will serve as a part of our ministerial staff while being mentored, coached, and counseled by our present ministers and shepherds in all aspects of ministerial work. The shepherds and ministers have developed a job description for this position. A candidate could be a younger man having already completed formal education (as from a Christian college or preaching school of the brotherhood). Or, it could be a man who has decided to leave a job or career with the intention of entering ministry. It is preferable, though not mandatory, that he be married. For further information please email one of the present ministers, David Deffenbaugh (email@example.com) or Darrick Shepherd (firstname.lastname@example.org).
With all of this we surely got something wrong. Let us know what. TJI@TheJenkinsInstitute.com