The minister’s role is to teach and preach the Word of God while helping to build an environment for the
congregation to grow and develop as faithful Christians. This is to be done from the pulpit, through
cultivating relationships with the members, and through involvement in the community.
-A faithful Christian
-Married to a supportive wife – demonstrating a strong God-honoring marriage.
-Able to work collaboratively with others
-Able to relate to all ages
-Able to work under the oversight of the elders
-Experience in teaching, preaching (curriculum development a plus)
-Strong communication and interpersonal skills
-Maintain devotion to Jesus Christ and the authority of the Word of God
-Attendance at all regularly scheduled services
-Work with elders and minister, reporting to the elders
-Teaching (the minister will be expected to teach all four quarters in some capacity)
-Regular preaching (shared pulpit, but the minister will be taking on the bulk of the preaching
-Develop relationships with all ages
-Offer counsel and guidance to those who ask according to your own knowledge and experience
-Openness to the guidance of the elders regarding sermon topics and focus of preaching
-Availability for communication and prompt responses throughout the week
-Construction of slideshows for worship services
-Salary – TBD
-Office – TBD
-Time Off – As needed (approved by elders)
About the Congregation
Hub City is a unique work. Starting in late 2014, the congregation has grown tremendously. While our
primary focus is on honoring God and His Word, our elders feel it is also important to give careful and
prayerful consideration as to how that is done. Here you will certainly find some elements that are
considered traditional to churches of Christ in the United States. However, we strive to be very mindful
and intentional about what we do as well as how we do it. We hope that those who worship with us find
our love for the Lord much more visible than our love for traditions.
You will find a diverse group of people here from very different religious backgrounds. Some of our
members grew up in more conservative settings and others did not. Still, here, we find unity in our love
for the Lord and His Word.
The man we are looking for to come and work with us must understand and embody this. We will
certainly never compromise what God expects from us. However, we will also not dishonor Him by rigid
or ungracious attitudes and behavior. We may not always agree with one another, but we will always
respect and show our love for each other.
It is important to the leaders and members of Hub City that all feel comfortable once they walk through
our door regardless of background or appearance. We want to answer the biblical expectations of a
congregation to be the pillar and ground of truth (1 Timothy 3:15) while operating as a loving body,
members of one another (Romans 12:5).
If you are interested, please contact Bobby Ketchersid at