We are looking for an ordained man who is committed to expositional preaching
and sound, doctrinal teaching of God's Word. The ideal candidate would have
some pastoral experience, a willingness to serve alongside a team of lay
elders, a desire to shepherd God's flock, and a commitment to a gospel-
centered ministry to both the lost and the saints. This is a full-time
We require a man that meets the qualifications in I Timothy and Titus. The
pulpit has been faithfully filled over the years and we want a new pastor who
is also gifted at preaching and teaching the Word of God. The church is
healthy, eager to grow in the Word of God and praying for the next pastor God
would have for us.
Please look over the job description and the church website. Along with your
resume please answer these three questions:
Why do you believe that you might be a good fit for Grace Community Chapel?
Describe your experiences in ministry and how you may be qualified to serve as
the Senior Pastor at Grace Community Chapel?
In just a few sentences please give a summary of your theology and how that is
in line with the doctrinal statement of Grace Community Chapel?
Please send your resume and the answers to these questions to
Grace Community Chapel
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Description of Organization
Grace Community Chapel (Seekonk, MA) – Senior Pastor
The Big Picture
Grace Community Chapel (gccfamily.org) is a small, evangelical church in
Seekonk, MA, seeking a full-time Senior Pastor who is committed to
expositional preaching and sound, doctrinal teaching of God's Word.
Grace Community Chapel was founded in 1993 by a group of Christian believers
who desired to worship God together, adhering to Biblical truth and growing in
Christ through the Word, songs, and prayer. We are credo-baptistic and elder
ruled. We own our church building and are financially stable. Pastor Paul
Rohart led the congregation for many years, faithfully preaching the
Scripture. In 2002, Pastor Richard Glenny came from Illinois to pastor Grace
Community Chapel. Under his leadership the church continued faithfully in the
preaching and teaching of the good news of Christ. In 2012, Pastor Jim Wilkes,
a long-time pastor in New England, accepted the call of the elders to pastor
Grace Community Chapel. Our current pastor is retiring, and we are now
searching for the next man of God to shepherd the church and faithfully preach
the Word of God.
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