CRCNA churches now have a revised Letter of Call to use when inviting a pastor to minister among them.
When the church goes through a transition, such as a pastor leaving, the church merging, or a pastor taking a sabbatical, we bring our (often) mixed emotions about that to God in worship. This list of resources has insight and ideas for worship during church transitions.
This article for pastors highlights how the denomination can help them discern their call and connect with ministry opportunities.
Here is a summary of the three main ways the CRCNA supports search committees.
One of the most powerful tools churches have for finding their next pastor is the Church Positions page at network.crcna.org. The key to making the most of this tool is carefully creating an effective post.
No one responded to our post. What does "no response" mean? Was there a better way to communicate our need to hear from individuals and churches on Supporting Women and Ethnic Minority Leaders in the Pastoral Call Process?
In this post, Dirk Nagtegaal, Search Committee Chairperson at Duncan CRC, in Duncan, BC, shares the steps he takes when reaching out to prospective pastors.
Here at Trinity CRC in Anchorage, AK, we just wrapped up a pastor search process. Here are five things we believe helped our search process be a successful and edifying experience for all of us!
I am a member of a search committee and am looking for the names and profiles of candidates graduating Calvin Seminary this year that are going to be eligible for call. Is this posted somewhere?