January 2, 2019 | La Directora o Director Ejecutivo Interino, en coordinación con la Junta Directiva, tiene la responsabilidad general del cumplimiento de la misión de BPFNA ~ Bautistas por la Paz. La Directora o Director Ejecutivo Interino toma la iniciativa en la creación de condiciones en las que el consejo y el personal, miembros individuales, congregacionales e institucionales, y los socios de ideas afines pueden de hecho “testificar” y “trabajar juntos” hacia la paz de Dios enraizada en la justicia. La Directora o Director Ejecutivo Interino es responsable de brindar estabilidad y continuidad a la misión de la organización durante un período de transición de dos años, y de trabajar, en colaboración con la junta directiva, el personal, los miembros y los socios para convertirse en una organización anti-racista y multicultural. Read more »
Employment & Internships
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December 19, 2018 | The Interim Executive Director, in coordination with the Board of Directors, has overall responsibility for the fulfillment of the BPFNA~Bautistas por la Paz mission. The Interim Executive Director takes the lead in creating conditions in which board and staff; individual, congregational and institutional members; and like-minded partners can indeed “witness to” and “work together” toward God’s peace rooted in justice. The Interim Executive Director is responsible for providing stability and continuity to the mission of the organization during a two-year time of transition; and to work, in collaboration with board of directors, staff, members and partners toward becoming an anti-racist and multicultural organization. Read more »
December 11, 2018 | The Urban Pastoral Ministry Program (UPMP) addresses rising urban challenges, such as poverty, racism, inequality, and violence, and the unique requirements of ministry in an urban congregation by testing a new model for training and engaging the next generation of pastors as leaders in promoting community change and social justice. UPMP undertakes to prepare a cohort (hereafter referred to as Residents) of four recent (3 years or fewer) seminary graduates for urban ministry through a two-year, intensive, supervised immersion experience. The Resident position is a full-time salaried position with benefits. Residents serve as member of the pastoral staff at their assigned church (2/3 time) and City Mission staff (1/3 time). While UPMP considers this an ordainable call, this will depend on the requirements of your denomination. City Mission and host congregations will assist Residents in the process in their denomination, where feasible and appropriate. Residents report to City Mission’s Director of Urban Ministry and the senior pastor of their assigned congregation. Read more »
December 11, 2018 | The goal of this position is to engage more people in key areas of NC into taking action to prevent gun violence. This will be done through organizing gun violence prevention presentations, following up with people attending presentations, connecting with people already in the NCGV database, organizing with local faith leaders and faith bodies. The organizer will work with both the NCGV Action Fund and the NCGV Education Fund. Read more »
November 30, 2018 | The Move to End Violence team at The Raben Group is hiring a Program Coordinator! This person is the “experience creator” for the program. We highly rely on the relational and execution strengths of the Program Coordinator who is frequently in direct communication with our key program participants, consultants & faculty, and vendors, while driving projects and planning events. Read more »
November 28, 2018 | Myers Park Baptist Church (MPBC) in Charlotte, NC, is seeking a full-time Associate Minister who will be responsible for the leadership, vision, planning, and execution of our church’s robust faith formation and outreach ministries. Read more »