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Maple Falls, WA
Category: Senior Pastor, Lead Pastor
Posted on: August 29, 2018
General traditional pastoral duties such as teaching,preaching and shepherding care of a small rural non-denominational congregation that was established in 1901 in the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains 25 miles NE of Bellingham, Wa. and 30 miles west of Mt. Baker and 11 miles south of the Canadian border. Abilities in music especially the leading of the singing of hymns would be especially helpful. In that the area is a growth area in Whatcom County and that congregation has grown to the point that a new building will be needed to be built in the near future, someone with construction skills would be an real plus. Construction jobs are available as new houses are being built in our area to meet the demand for middle income people who are priced out of the high cost in surrounding areas. The church property is located in an unincorporated part of east Whatcom County on a 4.68 acre small town commercial piece of park-like property at the roundabout junction of Washington State Highways 542 & 547. Approximately 5,000 permanent residents live within 4 miles from the chapel; there are over 4,000 temporary residents that come on weekends and holidays and approximately 3500 cars pass each day through the roundabout either going to Bellingham to work or to Mt. Baker as this junction is the International gateway to the Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie National Forrest with hiking and skiing opportunities.
About Kendall Chapel:
A loving group of varied age groups and religious backgrounds who have formed a vital community of believers who love to be with one another both in the church assembly and in social settings. At this time we have two Sunday Morning meetings with Adult Sunday School at 10:00 am and morning worship at 11:00 am with children service during the preaching time. 10-12 women meet every Thursday morning for Bible Study in the Upper Room in the building next to the Sanctuary.
Conservative Bible College and Seminary training in the more traditional Calvinist, Baptist and evangelical methodology. Seminary degree is not essential but would prefer a pastor without either of the covenantal or dispensational hermenuetical biases but one with a Christ centered and New Covenant method of interpretation with an emphasis on the realized Kingdom of God-the now and not yet.
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