Thank you for your interest in serving as Sr. Pastor of Mountain Ranch Community Church. We are a non-denomination, Bible-based, elder-led, tight-knit church family of ~30-40 salt-of-the-earth people.
Please do NOT send your resume and profile unless you (and your family) are truly willing to live in our rural, mountain_noemailmunity with much faith and a good attitude. In the process of meeting many wonderful people, you will also experience a degree of isolation. Some of the former beauty of this area was destroyed in September, 2015, by the Butte fire. Some roads are very rough. The nearest real shopping is ~40 minutes down a winding road. You may need to supplement your i_noemaile. Most cell phones do not work here.
But ... the potential for truly making a lasting impact for good in this church and_noemailmunity is huge! This place is like a frontier mission field!
If you are open to God calling you here, send us some information about yourself. Let's pray about working together, in-step with the Holy Spirit, and see what God does.
Please send via both email and snail mail the following. Please be brief.
2. Doctrinal Statement
3. Call to Jesus
4. Call to Ministry
5. Your assessment of your primary spiritual gifts and strengths
6. You position on key issues such as:
a. Role of women in leadership in the church
d. Preferred form of church government
e. Charismatic issues
7. Your objective(s) and dream(s)
8. Why you believe you (and your family) might "fit" here
Send your profile to:
MRCC, P.O. Box 7, Mountain Ranch, CA, 95246.
If you have questions you may call the church office, 209.754.1650.
Phil Noordmans, Interim Pastor
Mountain Ranch Community Church's Sr. Pastor will serve under the authority of our Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ (1 Peter 5:4) and as one of our church's Elders, to lead, feed, and nurture this flock. The Sr. Pastor and the Elders will embody Christ-likeness in our midst and in our_noemailmunity. By word and example, and by working together, empowered by the Holy Spirit, the Pastor and Elders will lead individuals, families, and the congregation toward greater spiritual maturity (Eph. 4:11-16).