Weekly Attendance at Hutto Campus: 500
Overall Weekly Attendance: 3000
Location: Round Rock, Hutto, Texas
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The role: The Campus Pastor will be responsible for leading and shepherding our Hutto campus.
Meet The Fellowship Church:
The Fellowship is a church committed bringing glory to God. As we see in the prophet Isaiah, we believe an encounter with the Lord will transform people. We sing and preach to point people to Jesus as our only hope, aiming to make His name known throughout Round Rock and the whole world.
Come join us at the Round Rock or Hutto campus! You can expect creative, but faithful preaching of the gospel. You'll also find a people relying on God's grace, and thankful that Jesus said He came for the sick, not the healthy. So don't wait until you've got it all together - join us on our mission to reach people for Christ and help believers grow to be like Him. Find out more about our mission and how the logo explains our strategy.
About the Campus Pastor:
The Campus Pastor will be responsible for leading and shepherding our Hutto campus. They will be the primary preacher for the campus. They will need to manage the Hutto staff and lead them to spiritual growth. They will strive to achieve unity across our campuses and to work within the vision, mission and strategy of the Fellowship as a whole.
The Campus Pastor will:
Work to bring more people to faith in Jesus, including through profession of faith and baptism.
Continually expand the presence of The Fellowship in Round Rock and in the community of the church.
Raise other leaders up to raise up leaders, creating a strong discipleship plan.
Grow the physical church in size and number.
Nurture financial stability of The Fellowship campus.
Increase bandwidth and ability to serve, and give back to the network of Fellowship churches.
Raise up elder candidates for the campus.
Continue to build unity for the Fellowship as a whole.
What you bring:
A bachelor’s degree is preferred for this role. While not required, a seminary degree or further theological training or education is a great bonus.
The ideal candidate will have three years or more experience as an associate pastoral leadership level, likely in a youth, student, college, or associate setting. Teaching experience is also preferred for this role.
Is a self-starter and initiator
Takes feedback well
Is a strong and devoted follower of Jesus
Is relational and has a shepherding style of ministry
Possesses teaching and communication skills
Is committed to excellence in work, without excuses
Is passionate about their work and ministry
Is able to work independently and see the greater vision and work towards it
Is fast spoken, quick on their feet, and ready to get stuff done
Is creative and thinks outside the box
Is skilled in the administrative side of things
Fits well with the chemistry and culture of The Fellowship
What it's like to live in Round Rock, Hutto, Texas area:
Hutto, Texas, is a quirky town full of neighborly charm that is located on the outskirts of the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Area. This charming hamlet is proudly known as the “Hippo Capital of Texas,” that has a historic downtown full of unique shops and restaurants, and even a self-guided hippo tour, that really captures the hippo-loving culture of Hutto. Although there’s plenty to see and do in Hutto, the small Texas Hill Country city also offers easy access to many of the Austin areas’ top places. Hutto is just 30 miles from downtown Austin and just minutes from other popular destinations, such as Round Rock, Georgetown, and Pflugerville.
At this point, you may be asking: “what’s up with the hippos?” Local legend says that a hippo escaped from a circus train that stopped in Hutto in 1915. The hippo nestled itself into a local creek and the ensuing romp to recapture it would change the town forever. Soon after, the town’s high school adopted the hippo as its mascot, and today Hutto is the only municipality in the United States to have the animal as its talisman. In fact, there are as many as 4,000 hippo statues throughout town, including Henrietta, a 14,000-pound concrete statue that stands in Hutto’s Old Town.
Hunting down these hippo statues isn’t the only thing that will keep you busy in Hutto. Along with The Golf Club at Star Ranch, one of the best public golf courses in Texas and the sights and tastes of Old Town, you can go enjoy scenic Hill Country views on a hot air balloon ride, savor a relaxing picnic at Hutto Lake Park, or get some exercise on the three-mile-long Cottonwood Trail. If you’re a sports fan, you can get a glimpse of the future stars of baseball at a Round Rock Express minor league game, held at Dell Diamond just a few minutes west of Hutto.
For a quiet getaway that’s not too far from all the hustle and bustle of the thriving Austin area, head to Hutto and experience the charm of the Hill Country.
Round Rock, Texas, with a population of around 116,000, is located 15 miles north of Austin in the Central Texas hill country. Round Rock is the 31st largest City in Texas, according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau data.
Major employers include Dell, Sears Teleserv, Emerson and Texas Guaranteed Student Loan. Its combined property tax and utility rates are among the lowest in the region. It has an award-winning park system, school district and is one of the safest cities with a population of at least 100,000 population in the United States.
Round Rock is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and one of the best-managed cities in Texas. The city has maintained a high quality of life while becoming a major center for economic growth in Central Texas, with industry clusters in Clean Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Life Sciences, and Computer/Software Development.
Whether you’re day-tripping, here for the big meeting or game, or planning to make Round Rock your home, the city has something for everyone.
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