Pastoral Job Opportunity
North Carolina: New Life Fellowship Church (newlifeofhickory.org), located in Newton, NC, is searching for a full-time pastor. New Life Fellowship Church is non-denominational and functions as a self-governing local congregation. Our doctrinal position finds its roots in the warm-hearted tradition of Methodism. We endeavor to be cooperative in spirit with all Bible-believing churches. Our church was founded in 1989 with the purpose of promoting the worship of God among believers and Christian fellowship. Our goal along with our pastor is to build up believers in their faith and to see the conversion of the world to Jesus Christ. We are searching for a candidate who sees himself as the shepherd of the current and future attendees of New Life Fellowship Church. As we look to the future, we pray our next pastor will help us develop and grow not only in number but in our faithfulness to our Lord Jesus Christ. To learn more, submit your inquires to our search committee at New Life Fellowship, 3607 Spring Valley Drive, Newton, NC 28658 or email@example.com
New Life Fellowship Church came into existence with the express purpose of promoting the worship of God among believers and Christian fellowship. We believe that it is our responsibility to share with all possible the Word of God and its message of salvation through Jesus Christ by preaching, teaching, singing, and all other available means.
Our goal is to build up believers in their faith and to seek the conversion of the world to Jesus Christ. In the pursuit of this lofty goal, we desire to be missionary in outlook, seeing the world as our parish; evangelistic in endeavor, seeking to share with all the Gospel of Christ; and cooperative in spirit, working together with those of like-minded faith.
Statement of Faith
New Life Fellowship Church is non-denominational, meaning that we are not connected to any specific denomination or group but function as a self-governing local congregation. Our doctrinal position finds its roots in the warm-hearted tradition of Methodism. We endeavor to be cooperative in spirit with all Bible-believing churches.
*We believe the Holy Bible to be the inspired and infallible Word of God and recognize it as God’s absolute rule for human conduct and Christian living. We believe it contains all things necessary for salvation and is the final authority for life and truth.
*We believe in the Holy Trinity—God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. These three distinct Persons form the Eternal Godhead and are One in Substance, Character, Power and Eternity.
*We believe that Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Trinity, came to this world in human form as the revelation of God. We believe in His deity. His virgin birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death on the cross. His bodily resurrection and His ascension to the right hand of God the Father. We look for His personal return in power and great glory.
*We believe that salvation comes by the grace of God through faith in Christ. All have sinned and stand in need of this salvation and when
experienced, effects a change in us that is described as “being born again.”
*We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Trinity, by whose infilling and indwelling, the Christian is enabled to be pure in heart and live a holy live.
*We believe and practice two sacraments: Baptism and Holy Communion. These are observed as testimonies to our faith in Christ and are a means of receiving God’s grace and good will toward us.
*We believe the church is composed of all true believers who are trusting in the blood of Christ for salvation.