Senior Pastor

The Worship Place

The Senior Pastor position for The Worship Place is a called assignment that utilizes the incumbent's special gifts in spiritual leadership, preaching, teaching, administration, staff development and guidance, and strategic Church planning under the auspices of the Board of Trustees for the benefit of the Church. This position ministers to the needs of the congregation, the community and beyond, and coordinates Church programs, all of which underscore the mission of The Worship Place and its members.
This position requires a graduate degree at the Master's or Doctorate level. A minimum of ten (10) years as a Senior or Lead Pastor of a Protestant congregation and proven experience ministering to the needs of a congregation or equivalent assignments in Christian organizations is needed.
It is essential that the person in the position of Senior Pastor has strong preaching and communications skills and can be a mentor to Church staff and members in discipleship, fellowship, and outreach programs. This position must have the capacity to give compassionate attention to members and their families, plus the visitors of The Worship Place. The Senior Pastor must create an environment of encouragement and support within the congregation of The Worship Place to have genuine relationships with Jesus and to glorify God in all areas of their lives.
The Senior Pastor will be the focal person in the spiritual and administrative activities of the Church as has been assigned to the position and approved by the Board of Trustees of The Worship Place. This position will focus on spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through preaching of the Word; Church discipleship through Christian study; supporting the various ministries of the Church; Church staff and members' spiritual development; and mentoring the staff. The Senior Pastor will also engage the Trustees in their spiritual journeys.
Master's Degree
How To Apply

Janie Peak
The Worship Place
811 Sun City Blvd
Georgetown, TX 78633

George W. Truett Theological Seminary