Ministry vacancy: Strathalbyn Church of Christ

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3 July, 2020

Vacancy for a Minister

Strathalbyn Church of Christ

South Australia

We are seeking a Minister with appropriate theological qualifications and past ministerial experience to serve with the leadership team in the rural town of Strathalbyn. Applicants should have a deep commitment to prayer, have an enduring love for pastoral care of the congregation and the community, and desire to actively reach out to our community and to evangelical missions with the love of our saviour, Jesus our Lord.

We believe in the sovereignty of God, the centrality of the cross of Christ and His sacrificial love for us, and the authority of scripture. 

Please contact for further information.

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Peter Barney

State Minister