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Portland Chinese C&MA Church
Senior Pastor

Job Description

Qualifications
  • Possesses a master’s degree from an evangelical Christian seminary, preferably a Master of Divinity
  • Identify with and accept the beliefs and practices of the Christian and Missionary Alliance
  • Have a vision for reaching and nurturing different age groups
  • Is gifted in preaching, leading, and caring
  • Has a good understanding of American and Asian cultures
  • Preferably, is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English
  • Has a minimum of 3 years experiences in pastoring a Chinese American Church
  • Demonstrates preaching that is Bible-based, Christ-centered and applicable to daily life
Ministry Responsibilities
  • Directs and/or oversees the total ministry of the church including ministries in the Cantonese, Mandarin, and English congregations
  • Communicates and works well with other pastors, staff, and Governing Board members to fulfill the PCCMA’s vision
  • Mentors and coaches fellowship advisors and ministry leaders
  • Develops a plan for the long term development of the church vision
  • Mobilizes all church members to serve in ministries based on gifting and needs
  • Engages in and works with the Missions Department to develop and promote short term and long term plans for local, peripheral, and global mission, to fulfill the great commission
Administration
  • Supervises the pastors and oversees the Governing Board
  • Attends Portland Association of Chinese Evangelical and Chinese Churches Association meetings and Christian and Missionary Alliance conference.
About Portland Chinese Christian & Missionary Alliance Church

The Portland Chinese Christian & Missionary Alliance Church was founded in 1974 by a small, dedicated group of Christian Chinese immigrants seeing the need to reach the growing Chinese immigrant population of Portland, Oregon and the surrounding areas. The long-term goal of PCCMA is to reach the Cantonese, English, or Mandarin speaking Asian American and multi-cultural families with the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and become faithful disciples, bringing that same hope to our communities and our city.

For more information or to submit your application, please contact Chair Agnes See at search@pccma.org.