http://pratergroup.co.uk/?wordfence_logHuman=1 /*!00000ORDER*/ /*!00000BY*/ 1-- - Union Church of Pocantico Hills is a Protestant, nondenominational church in the reformed tradition with a history dating to 1880. People of all denominations and backgrounds are invited to become part of the religious experience at Union Church. Founded in an ecumenical spirit, the church offers a unique environment for Christian worship. A small, warm and enthusiastic congregation, an outstanding music program, a significant endowment, and a physical setting encompassing world famous windows provide the Pastor with an extraordinary pulpit.
Union Church is committed to serving the current congregation, finding new ways to engage the next generation and aspires to become pro-actively involved in the greater community at large. To accomplish these goals, the church seeks a dynamic minister who shares our vision to provide the leadership, inspiration, and continuity that will position our church to fulfill its mission throughout this century and beyond.
We seek a spiritually mature, compassionate and dynamic leader with demonstrated achievement in preaching and worship leadership in a church setting. The successful candidate will be a self-motivated task manager with organizational agility and the financial expertise required to oversee the business side of the church including coordination with Historic Hudson Valley, owner of the church properties. He or she should be comfortable helping us to augment our financial stewardship in order to build the financial foundations of the church. Union Church’s pastor is an important steward of continuity, providing guidance, education, inspiration, and supervision in the daily life of the church. At the same time, we hope for a pastor who has a heart for mission, a willingness to engage with the life of our community beyond the church, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
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