Part-Time Assistant to the Pastor: The United Methodist Church of Greenville, NY

Deadline for submissions:  May 15, 2016

The United Methodist Church of Greenville – Norton Hill is seeking an energetic and faithful person to serve as an Assistant to the Pastor.  This position is envisioned as half-time, hours predominantly on weekends.  Duties include youth and children’s ministry coordination, worship participation, community outreach, and general parish needs.  Occasional visitation and emergency coverage, as well as participation in church events.  Must have valid driver’s license and vehicle.

The church is located in a scenic rural community 40 minutes from Albany, NY.  It is an active parish that also has a thriving Thrift Store and daycare/afterschool programs.  A two-bedroom residence with utilities may be offered as part of compensation.

Interested applicants are asked to email a resume and letter of interest to the Staff-Parish Relations Committee at:

or may send via postal mail:
c/o Elliott House Office
5842 State Route 81
Greenville, NY 12083

Full-time and Part-time Pastors Needed: ABC-NYS

The American Baptist Churches of New York State have churches seeking full-time and part-time pastors to serve in rural and urban contexts.  For more information, send an email to Rev. Jerrod Hugenot ( with your ABPS profile or a professional resume  with a minimum of three professional references knowledgeable of your pastoral ministry or potential.  NOTE: Resumes without references provided will not be considered.

Full Time Pastor: The First Presbyterian Church of Westernville, NY

The First Presbyterian Church of Westernville, NY, founded in 1818, is seeking a full-time pastor for its congregation of about 80 members.   Westernville is a village in Oneida County NY – just a 45 minute drive from the Adirondack Mountains.  More information about the church and its Mission Study may be found on their website at    If you have interest in this position, please contact their Clerk of Session, Steve Smits, at  315-281-0484  or  Or you may also contact Floyd Olney, Chair of the PNC