Charter Oak Church

Campus Pastor

Greensburg,

Pennsylvania

About This Organization

Charter Oak Church was founded by Bob Richards in 1961. The church started with door-to-door ministry, with Pastor Bob discipling his neighbors of the Charter Oak neighborhood and holding services at his home.

After two years, the church had grown substantially, and the first building of Charter Oak Church was established. The next forty years rooted the church and saw much expansion and growth, leading into August 2005 and the breaking ground on a new building: our Frye Farm Campus.

Charter Oak Church multiplied from under 100 congregants in the 1960s to a church family of over 600 by the mid-2000s. At that time, our vision to infuse passion for Jesus into the people of Westmoreland County was becoming clear.

By 2014, Crossroads Campus joined the family in Greensburg, with Jeannette Campus soon after in 2017 and Mt. Pleasant-Scottdale close behind in 2018. We continue to grow and expand to reach those who are searching and equip our church family to be disciples, who make disciples, who make disciples of Jesus by spreading His love and truth.

Position Description

Charter Oak Church is seeking a high-capacity leader who is passionate about the gospel and people to be the Campus Pastor of the newest campus in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The Campus Pastor will possess a multiplication mindset and understand the nuances that are inherent in building a new campus location. Under the leadership of the Lead Pastor, the successful candidate will offer pastoral leadership and ensure the church’s vision, convictions, culture, and systems are being reproduced.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Model and reproduce the gospel-centered DNA of Charter Oak Church.
  • Reach unbelievers in the community and develop small groups that disciple leaders who understand and replicate a multiplication mindset.
  • As part of the Campus Pastor Team, the Campus Pastor will preach a weekly biblically-rooted message and provide oversight for the worship service at the local campus.
  • Develop and lead a team of paid staff and volunteers who make ministry possible at the local campus.
  • Build relationships with local leaders and organizations in the community to create a bridge for ministry and opportunities for partnership and outreach.

 

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