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Bethel Friends Church in Hugoton, Kansas (Mid-America Yearly Meeting) seeks a lead pastor.


Bethel Friends Church in Hugoton, Kansas (Mid-America Yearly Meeting) is searching for our next pastor. We request that persons interested in this ministry opportunity complete the Pastoral Profile Application and submit it along with a letter of interest, resume, references, and a recording of the candidate preaching a sermon. If anything is unclear or if you have questions, send me an email, or email Ben McClure, Spiritual Life Chairman. Thank you for your interest, and may God continue to bless you in his service!


Chelle Leininger

Bethel Friends Church Website

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Newberg Friends Church is seeking a Pastor of Transformation & Discipleship.
Are you a passionate and visionary leader with a heart for nurturing spiritual transformation and discipleship within a vibrant faith community? Do you enjoy rolling up your sleeves with a group of people to envision and implement a plan? Newberg Friends Church is seeking a pastor to join our team who will oversee and participate in furthering its vision to ignite a powerful journey of spiritual growth and maturation for our congregation. Join us as we cultivate a deep love for God and His Word as well as equip and empower believers to live out God’s love through care and service for others.

Key opportunities for this position include…

Dynamic Community: Join a vibrant community of faith that is committed to spiritual growth, discipleship, and making a lasting impact on the lives of others. Develop and implement impactful discipleship programs and opportunities.

Empowering Ministry: Demonstrate servant leadership which encourages creativity, innovation, the application of strategic thinking, and equipping of others to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Collaborative Environment: Provide vision and big picture oversight for a dedicated pastoral team, church staff and volunteers, including many George Fox University former and current faculty who are passionate about serving and making a difference in the lives of others.

Resources: There is an opportunity to develop and implement ideas which maximize the missional use of NFCs large campus, which is one of the central hubs for the Northwest yearly meeting. Significant assets including a library, friends center & gymnasium, several rental properties and large rooms for fellowship and teaching.

Strong Ties: Newberg Friends has deep connections with George Fox University and the Northwest Yearly Meeting. Many of the GFU faculty frequently preach and teach at Newberg Friends. The ideal candidate for this role would have a passion and ability to develop closer ties with George Fox University faculty, students, other NWYM churches as well as with the Newberg community.

Spiritual Requirements

  • Be a Bible believing committed Christ-follower with a lifestyle and reputation of Christian faithfulness.
  • Be in agreement with the Northwest Yearly Meeting Faith and Practice.
  • Have a strong calling to leadership, spiritual formation, development, and mobilizing of Christians.
  • Have a high level of self-awareness and be committed to continual relational growth.
  • Demonstrate Christ-centered living (1 Peter 1:15-16, 1 Timothy 3:1–7; Titus 1:5–9), Honesty, confidence, teachability, and humility (Philippians 2:5-7), and Patience and commitment in working with others (James 1:4)

If you are a passionate and visionary leader who is excited about the opportunity to make a significant impact on the lives of individuals within our community, we encourage you to apply. Join us as we embark on a transformative journey of spiritual growth, discipleship, and community engagement.

Part-time FSLA non-exempt or full-time exempt (20-40 hours)

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Rosedale Friends Church is seeking a Pastor.
Rosedale Friends Church in Salem, Oregon is seeking energetic, dynamic, and spirit filled candidates who are interested in a position as our pastor. The ideal candidate should have previous pastoral experiences in ministering alongside a small, mostly rural congregation with experience in identifying ways to improve spiritual health and outreach.

Rosedale Friends Church has a group of solid and dedicated members and attenders. Our vision statement is, “A loving faith community seeking to share Christ with others.” With this vision in mind, we desire to move forward with a pastor who wants to make Jesus Christ known to those around us and to reach out to people who need His love and salvation.

Rosedale Friends Church currently has a part-time pastor who is planning to retire in the Fall of 2024. He has provided us with a loving and caring spirit and has been working shoulder to shoulder with our congregation and with the NWYM as we have been working through a revitalization process. We have made good progress, however, we continue to be in transition and seek a pastor who is willing and able to work alongside our congregation to diligently serve God. We are attempting to rebuild our ministries and become more outwardly focused.

Rosedale Friends Church is seeking a pastor whom God has called, to join us as we work together to share Christ’s message of love and His salvation. The Elders desire candidates who God has prepared to fulfill His ministry at Rosedale Friends Church. The ideal candidate should possess the following qualities.

  • A person full of the Holy Spirit, faith, God’s Word, prayer, and love for God and people.
  • A person with strong preaching skills.
  • A person with a vision for church revitalization.
  • A person with thorough training in Bible studies, Christian ministries, or related fields.
  • A person who knows how to equip and empower others.

If you are interested in knowing more about this position, email Betty Jo Steele, Rosedale Friends Church Clerk of Elders.
Thank you.

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Know of any positions available?

Email Elizabeth Licon at the NWYM offices, or call Elizabeth at (503) 538-9419, ext. 112.