Weekly Attendance: 750
Location: San Antonio, Texas
The Role: Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development
Meet Cibolo Creek Community Church:
Cibolo Creek was planted in 1996 by our Senior Pastor Paul Wilson and his wife, along with two other couples to be a church that unchurched people love to attend. Here at CiboloCreek, we believe church is not a building, the services, or even the teachings - a church is people. Our real work is relationships. We help guide people into friendships with other people who may be asking the same questions, dealing with similar issues, or who are interested in shared experiences or discovering how our faith intersects with everyday life.
At CiboloCreek, we want you to know that when you walk through the doors, you belong here and can consider this your church home. No membership required. You can engage in the life of Cibolo Creek as we live out our core values together:
Serving | Volunteer at church, participate in local outreach & serve on a mission team.
Connecting | Join a group! Life Groups & Connect Groups.
Giving | Take the next step in giving your resources with a generous spirit.
Growing | Practice habits that nurture spiritual growth.
Inviting | Build relationships & invite others to be a part of CiboloCreek.
God has been faithful through the years as we see people engage in a new found personal faith as well as continue in a growing relationship with Christ. The future is bright as we have seen God’s hand bring a 37-acre property a mile from our current church for future initiatives on one end of the spectrum, as well as seeing His hand continue to bring life change to people’s lives and our community on the other end.
About the Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development:
Your primary duty is to shepherd the core members of CiboloCreek and develop them into effective leaders in the life of our church. This man/woman will lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by caring for, leading, and supporting the Cibolo Creek Community Church family while promoting church engagement for spiritual growth in the life of our congregation.
The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development Will:
Recruit and Develop Leaders | The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will seek to expand our church's capacity to provide care and spiritual formation in the life of our active members.
Coordinate Core Team Initiatives | The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will oversee all plans, promotions, and publicity for Core Team initiatives related to shepherding and leading our church's most engaged participants. The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will be responsible for ensuring the collaborative and coordinated efforts of our Core, Life on Life, and Giving Your Life Away ministry efforts.
Oversee Next Step Strategies | The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will identify effective ways to measure and improve the effectiveness of our Growing, Serving, "Grouping", Giving, and Inviting initiatives.
Provide Pastoral Leadership | The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will be proactive in connecting with the congregation as one of the key pastors they can turn to for spiritual care and leadership. The Executive Pastor of Leadership and Ministry Development will also serve as a teaching pastor in the life of Cibolo Creek with regularly scheduled opportunities for teaching in key environments and services.
What You Bring:
Education & Experience
Undergraduate degree is strongly preferred.
Must have a strong personal theology that matches the beliefs of the church.
Must have 5+ years of ministry experience.
Needs prior leadership skills in adult ministry.
Must have strong integrity and be a good example for everyone in the church.
Must not participate in anything that would harm the person’s reputation, influence, and job performance.
Is a good cultural fit for the church and has a team-player mindset.
Is intentional in relationships with people and ministry strategies to reach people.
Has strong speaking skills and communicates clearly.
Has a light-hearted and fun personality - doesn’t take themselves too seriously.
Works with flexibility and diligence to see a job through to completion.
What it's Like to Live in Fair Oaks Ranch/San Antonio, Texas:
Cibolo Creek Community Church is nestled in a charming Hill Country community only minutes north of San Antonio. The Fair Oaks Ranch/Boerne area provides a small town feel of community while still having all of the amenities of a big city. Their school system is highly rated, making this place very family-friendly. For fun, you can check out the beautiful in-town golf course or drive nearby to the Cibolo Nature Center, where the activities abound! Being a suburb of San Antonio means that Fair Oaks Ranch is close enough to the big city to make it easily accessible, and San Antonio can be quite an enjoyable place to spend your day. It is full of culture and has a beautiful and diverse downtown area.
Full of Texas history, San Antonio is known to be “Home of the Alamo,” and the Alamo is one of its most popular attractions. The city also has some good family-friendly activities such as Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld, and the San Antonio Zoo. For a more leisurely activity, take a stroll down the River Walk where you will find a variety of shops and restaurants, and of course, what San Antonio is known for, its Tex Mex! San Antonio is full of culture, and the people that live there are proud of it and their city as a whole.
Being near to San Antonio is definitely a big perk of living in Fair Oaks Ranch, but when you need a break from the hustle and bustle, Fair Oaks Ranch is ready to welcome you back. You really get the best of both worlds here, making it a wonderful place to call your home.
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