Ministry Information Form Query

MIF #: 72560.AA0

Ministry General Information

Ministry Number 72560
Ministry Name Presbytery of Charlotte
Mailing Address 2831 North Sharon Amity Drive
Charlotte, NC 28205
Phone 704-535-9999
Fax
E-Mail agpncpresbycharlotte@gmail.com
WWW Address www.presbyofcharlotte.org/
Ministry Size N/A
Ethnic Composition American Indian or Alaskan Native 1%
Black or African American (African Native, Caribbean) 16%
Hispanic Latino/Latina, Spanish 1%
White 82%
Average Worship Attendance 0
Church School Attendance 0
Curriculum
Yoked Church False
Presbytery CHARLOTTE PRESBYTERY
Synod SYNOD OF MID-ATLANTIC
Community Type N/A
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Information about the position

Position:   Mid-Council Program Staff
Experience Required:   2 to 5 Years
Specific Title:   Associate General Presbyter
Employment Status:   Full-time
Language Requirements:   English
Other Languages:  
Statement Of Faith Required:   Yes
Clergy Couples:   Yes
Training/Certificate Requirements:  
Other Training:  
Brief Church Mission Statement:

Joining Jesus the risen Christ in building, celebrating, and anticipating the Kingdom of God in our seven counties and beyond.

What is the congregation’s or organization’s vision for ministry? Additionally describe how this vision is lived out.

In 2014, Charlotte Presbytery launched a Presbytery-wide visioning effort called the Emmaus Team.  The result of this work culminated in a strategic plan that the Presbytery approved in May of 2017. 

The intention of that strategic plan describes the Presbytery’s vision which is to create a structure that will distribute and balance perceived and real power and locate it in the life, ministry and mission of the congregations in the Presbytery.  This new vision and structure seeks to create conditions for new ministries, risk-taking, and relationship building.  Characteristics that shape this vision and structure include being nimble, connectional, self-examining, lean, and flexible.

Through listening to congregations in the Presbytery, we seek to organize our connectional work around six foundational areas of ministry: Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastoral Care, Worship, Mission, and Community Building.

How do you feel called to reach out to address the emerging needs of your community or constituency?

Our new structure is built to address and adapt to the emerging needs within the congregations of our Presbytery.  This structure centers around three main areas of engagement: Ministry Teams, Task Forces, and Standing Committees.

Ministry Teams are created by individuals, groups, or congregations as each discerns new mission and ministry by the leading of the Spirit.  Ministry Teams involve individuals or groups from more than one church of the Presbytery. 

Task Forces are flexible organizational components that provide the ability to focus on one topic or issue and the capacity to include people in the Presbytery with a passion for the work at hand.

Standing Committees are organizational units defined by the Book of Order and the Administrative Manual (standing rules) of the Presbytery.  Of particular note in our new structure is the Ministry Resource Committee (MRC) which will seek to connect to every congregation and Session by asking, “What is God doing with you and your community?”  And, “How can the MRC support you in this ministry?” 

How will this position help you to reach your vision and mission goals?

Charlotte Presbytery has spent recent years developing a new strategy to better join Christ in building, celebrating and anticipating the kingdom of God both near and far. Having recently installed our new General Presbyter, Jan Edmiston, the Associate General Presbyter will work with her towards the strategic plan approved by the Presbytery of Charlotte. The Associate General Presbyter will work largely with the MRC (Ministry Resource Committee) to equip congregations and continue asking the question, “what is God doing with you and your community?” The Associate General Presbyter will also work with the Ministry Teams of the Presbytery to network among the churches in the Presbytery.

Provide a description of the characteristics needed by the person who is open to being called to this congregation and or organization.

Spiritual Maturity
Hopeful
Media Communicator
Contextualization
Organizational Agility
Culturally Proficient
Collaboration
Entrepreneurial
Strategy and Vision
Bridge Builder

What specific tasks, assignments, and program areas will this person have responsibility?
Visit job description on the Presbytery of Charlotte website! www.presbyofcharlotte.org/employment/
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Leadership Competencies:
Hopeful
Spiritual Maturity
Media Communicator
Contextualization
Culturally Proficient
Entrepreneurial
Organizational Agility
Strategy and Vision
Collaboration
Bridge Builder
Compensation and Housing:   (Cost of Living Calculator)
Minimum Effective Salary: $70,000   (Effective Salary Definition)
Housing Type: Housing Allowance
References:
Name Relation
Rev. Betty Meadows
1009 Quincy Hollows Dr Stallings, NC 28104
502-445-1974
bettym29@gmail.com
Former Transitional General Presbyter
Rev. Dr. Robert Austell
3307 Rea Road Charlotte, NC 28226
704-364-1234
robet.austell@gmail.com
Emmaus Team Member
Donna Fair
2501 Oxford Place Charlotte, NC 28207
(704) 927-1256
fair.donna@gmail.com
Chair of Ministry Resource Committee
Has the Pastor Nominating Committee and Search committee affirmed its intention to follow the Form of Government in this regard?
Yes
Deadline date for this MIF:  6/5/2019
Version Track Info: This MIF was last updated on   4/18/2019


Self-referral Contact Information

COM:   Tim Bostick Address  2831 N. Sharon Amity Rd, Suite A, Charlotte, NC 28205
Daytime Phone  704-421-5470 Office Phone  704-535-9999
Fax  704-537-3476 Email  presbyofcharlottecom@gmail.com
PNC:  Jerry Cannon Address  1421 Statesville Avenue Charlotte, NC 28206
Daytime Phone  704-332-9137 Office Phone 
Fax  Email  agpncpresbycharlotte@gmail.com