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This position has two parts to the call. The first is chaplain at the Eben-Ezer Care Facility and the second is the pastor of All Saints, the Synodically Authorized Worshipping Community attached to the care facility.
Zion seeks a part-time pastor to provide engaging worship leadership and Christian education for all ages in the small mountain town of Idaho Springs, Colorado. Outreach and public relations as the "face" of Zion within the community are an important part of this calling. The pastor will also minister to congregation members as they encounter the challenges of life.
Zion Lutheran is located in a rapidly growing, vibrant, picturesque community. Liturgy and music are main components of every service as the communion of Christ is celebrated. Home and hospital visits are common occurrences which necessitate a conscientious, caring pastor. Looking forward to expanding the current ministry to youth and families. Seeking a pastor desirous of serving all ages while expanding the church's outreach within the community.
We are looking for a pastor to serve as a part-time pastor. Our church has become smaller and has older members. We are faithful to church attendance and Christian life. We are in active participation with other local denominations. We have a wide variety of outreach ministries.
Desert Springs Lutheran has a small but very faithful congregation. We can offer a fully furnished parsonage with utilities paid and a monthly salary. We have one Sunday service which is traditional. The area offers lakes, fishing, hiking, Gila National Forest, natural hot springs bathing and plenty of sunshine.
This congregation has decided to enter Holy Closure.
This is a joint call to a fellowship ministry of St. Luke¶s Lutheran (ELCA) and Union Congregational (UCC) churches in Buffalo Wyoming. This fellowship mission is filled with unique and exciting ministry opportunities. This partnership has been ongoing since fall 2018 with the sharing of an Intentional Interim minister. Our congregations have been blessed with a decade long history of fellowship and community involvement.