- Develop relationships with covenant partners of the church that fosters healthy spiritual growth in all age ranges, specifically, but not limited to youth and parents.
- Create new opportunities for adult discipleship through small group ministries to build strong supportive relationships.
- Expand opportunities for covenant partner involvement, engaging people at all faith levels while emphasizing t he importance of personal spiritual development.
- Creatively engage non-attending covenant partners to encourage church involvement and growth.
- Identify both short and long-term goals while developing an overall vision and purpose for youth, family and small group ministries at FPC that fit within the context of the church’s overall vision and mission.
- Maintain defined weekly office hours making sure one consistent day a week is set apart for Sabbath rest.
- Participate regularly in worship including preaching (as needed at the discretion of the Sr. Pastor), and occasionally leading children’s sermon and liturgist activities.
- Connect and witness with youth and families within Greenville community.
- Other responsibilities may be assigned by Sr. Pastor or Session.
- FPC’s ideal candidate will possess strong relational skills and a passion for people.
- Candidate will be able to lead and coordinate a team as well as plan and develop ministry programs.
- Attention to detail and having great organizational gifts are extremely important.
- Good written and verbal communication is a necessity as well as understanding the proper channels to direct communication. Computer and social skills are also highly desired.
- The Associate Pastor will be a proactive mission-minded servant leader who puts Jesus Christ and others before themselves.
- Graduate of reformed theological seminary with MDiv., ordained/qualified for ECO.
- Three to five years of experience in small group ministry and/or disciple-building skills preferred.
First Presbyterian Church (ECO)
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Description of Organization
The Congregation was established in 1799 and in 2014 joined the Covenant Order of Evangelical (ECO) Presbyterians. Member roles are 344, average Sunday attendance is 140. The congregation seeks to deepen discipleship and become more flourishing disciples of Jesus Christ.Contact Via Email