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GraceWay Church – Associate Pastor

65 13th Street
Prairie du Sac,
United States

Position Type

Associate Pastor


Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA)

Ministry Area


Avg. Weekly Attendance


Job Description

The GraceWay Church Associate Pastor of Disciple-making is responsible for oversight, administration, and evaluation of Adult Ministries at GraceWay Church.

A born-again male disciple of Jesus who demonstrates a love and passion for serving him and who meets the qualifications of an elder (1 Timothy 3:1-7; Titus 1:6-9).
Demonstrates spiritual maturity (i.e., faithful, available, teachable), thinks theologically, and has a heart to shepherd God’s people.
A sense of calling to vocational ministry, with gifts and abilities appropriate for this position, including strong organization, communication, teaching, and leadership skills.
An energetic team player with a humble attitude and a high commitment to relationships and strong interpersonal skills.
Self-motivated leadership with a proven ability to build a team by recruiting and developing volunteers and communicating vision to others.
Has a verifiable history in ministry experience within a local church setting.
A bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to this role (i.e., Christian Education, Bible, Pastoral Leadership, etc.) strongly preferred.
Able to fully embrace the vision, values, and statement of faith of GraceWay Church, and will participate as an active member in good standing.

Strategically oversee and develop Ministries for Discipleship and Evangelism among Adults, along with Care and Shepherding Ministries through the help of volunteer leadership.
Recruit, equip, resource, and train volunteer leaders and teachers to carry out the mission of each ministry.
Collaborate with Children’s and Student Ministry leadership on efforts to equip and train parents and provide ministry opportunities for families to serve together.
Provide other administrative and pastoral support.

The Associate Pastor shall work under the supervision of the Lead Pastor, or a supervisor designated by the Lead Pastor.

Full time salaried position.