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The Protestant Campus Ministry at Albany, Inc. is seeking a part-time Campus minister (30 hours per week during the academic year, 5 hours per week during breaks and summer.) The work schedule will follow the UAlbany academic calendar. This minister works with students wherever they are in their faith journey to conduct ministry and mission on campus. The ideal candidate is collaborative in style and able to perform administrative duties, including grant applications and budgeting.  Applications are due on or before June 12, 2024.  Please see the full job description for more information.  

View the full position description at this link. Send Resume/Profile to or mail to Protestant Campus Ministry, University at Albany – CC346, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany NY 12222

We are looking for an energetic, motivated leader to coordinate and guide our ministries with children and youth, from infancy through high school. This includes those within the church and extending to those beyond the congregation. We expect such a person will have: experience with children and youth in and beyond church settings, training in education and nurture of children and youth, and knowledge of the Bible–particularly its central stories. This individual will collaborate with FRC’s Youth Education and Nurture (YEN) Committee and other church staff and members to further the church’s ministry to children and youth. This is a vital ministry within FRC and this individual is critical to the continued growth of our church.

View the full position description at this link. Contact Tom Mancuso, Personnel Committee, to submit a a profile or resume.

Lisha's Kill Reformed Church: Minister of Word and Sacrament

Lisha's Kill Reformed Church, in the small upstate NY city of Schenectady, seeks a minister of Word and sacrament.  They hope their new pastor will be excellent preacher of bible-based messages who is also is a good spiritual leader with a focus on church growth. From their profile: "We believe God has a plan and will lead us to the right person to not only be a wonderful pastor leading church worship services, but also focusing on strengthening our members and overall health and well being of our congregation." 

Interested candidates should email the search committee chair, Robert Farquharson, to request the church profile.

The Onesquethaw Reformed Church is a growing community of believers who seek to know Jesus Christ and make him known to others. We believe in showing Christ's love by sharing it with others.  We are a small rural congregation that pulls together during times of crisis, to reach out to those in need and provide spiritual guidance and support. We are committed to local mission--one of our primary commitments is the food pantry located in our church building. We participate in national and international mission as well. We are seeking a minister who will help us to grow, spiritually and also numerically. 

Please contact Search Chair, Debra Cornsolver, for our profile and job description, if you have questions, or to submit a profile.

Seeking a qualified, committed individual to serve in ministry to families in congregation with youth all all ages; ministry through calling, visitation and congregational care.  

This position is part-time, 4-8 hours per week. Contact Sharon Groat,, with questions or to submit an application. 

Since our current pastor announced his plans to retire, we look forward to welcoming a new leader who will be inviting and reinvigorating to all. We are a missional church in the way we as a congregation serve the local community. We welcome new ideas of how to do that while emphasizing the preaching of the Word. We try to exhibit Christ’s love through our actions both as individuals and as a congregation.

As disciples of Christ, we are empowered by the Holy Spirit to join together to worship God, to study His Word, and to use our gifts to extend God’s grace and love to others. Our vision is to care for and support the whole congregation in our church, those who attend regularly, those who have drifted away and need encouragement to return, and those who have not yet heard the message of our risen Christ.

We wish to maintain some of our conservative Reformed values and parts of the order of service that provide comfort in their traditions. However, we realize that we need to move forward while we preserve our different points of view as we work together.

Click here for the Job Description  and here for a General Lawyersville Description.

Contact if interested or have any questions:

Millie Wiegand -- LRC Search Committee Secretary --

John Frisch --Chair of Search Committee --

George Stanton -- Vice President of Consistory --

Second Reformed Church of Coxsackie - Full-time Pastor

The congregation of Second Reformed Church is a welcoming body of faithful Christians who are eager to hear the Word of God and are trying to live as He commanded. The Village of Coxsackie is in a beautiful location on the Hudson River. Several projects are currently underway within the village which will attract growth and new residents. We are anxious to see that our church is prepared to welcome new people and embrace them as they seek a place of worship. We have several congregants who are skilled at teaching young people as well as others who enjoy studying the Word of God. We are anxious to find a full-time pastor who would like to join us and lead our congregation in our quest to follow the path that our Lord and Savior has set before us.  If you are interested in applying for the position at our church, please send us your resume and profile.  

Jeremiah 29:11– “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope, and a future.”

Please contact our Search Committee Co-Chairs, Sharon Swan and Stephen Hanse, at if you would like a copy of our church profile, an information packet, or if you have any other questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

Chaplain for the New York State Department of Corrections & Community Supervision

Seasoned Protestant Clergy are needed to provide ministry within the New York State Prison System throughout the NY State. These are full and part-time positions offering a good salary, benefits, holidays, flexible hours, and retirement.


The New York State Council of Churches certifies candidates and then forwards them to NYS DOCCS for interviewing and hiring.


For certification criteria and an application go to and if you have questions, feel free to contact Reverend Peter Cook, Executive Director at or 508-380-8289.

We are seeking a spiritual leader to the members of our congregation at the Ghent Reformed Church located in Ghent, New York. We are looking for a 3/4 time, shared or bi-vocational pastor.  The position will consist of at least 29 hours per week. The Ghent Reformed Church does have a parsonage to be included in lieu of housing costs.


From 2 Timothy 4:2, "Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction."

  • Education Requirements: Seminary Educated in The Reformed Church Tradition

  • Preaching and Teaching: Primary Preacher for worship, Administering sacraments, Baptisms, Communion, Active in Sunday School

  • Strategic Leadership and Planning: Monitor spiritual growth of the congregation, Ensuring Sunday School Program is effectively educating the children

  • Administration: Oversee pastoral needs of the congregation and when necessary provide: Counseling, Home visits, Hospital, Nursing home and Adult home visits, Perform weddings, Perform funerals/memorial service, Supervise office manager and any other staff of the church, Oversee development and adherence to church policies and procedures, Prepare and lead consistory meetings once a month

The contact person is Adele Schertel and she can be reached at 518-828-5946 and by email at

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