Ministry Opportunity in Beautiful Barbados

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 10:17

Established in 1992, The Bridgetown Church has been an integral part of the ICOC’s growth in the Caribbean region through many church plantings over the years. Now approximately 150 members, we are inviting applications for the positions of male and female ministry leaders. Responsibilities would include developing local leaders, preaching, teaching, and counseling. The applicants should be a married couple.

tropical-beach-in-barbadosEach applicant must:

  • Be a member of an ICOC church for at least five years

  • Have proven ministry leadership experience in the ICOC

  • Have a good reputation in their congregations and with their leaders

  • Have preaching and teaching experience

  • Speak English as a first language

  • Be biblically grounded

  • Be able to work as a team with the current leadership

  • Be willing to be part of the Caribbean leadership group

  • Be willing to be in the position for at least three years

A résumé and two references, one from your church’s evangelist or women’s ministry leader and the other from an elder, if possible, must be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by January 31, 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

10 things you need to know about Barbados:

Apart from its world-reknowned beauty and perenniel summers, Barbados is enjoyed by locals, tourists and expatriots for its:

  1. stable government

  2. sound economy and currency

  3. high standard of education, at primary, secondary and tertiary level

  4. high literacy rate

  5. quality healthcare and social services

  6. financial infrastructure with international banks

  7. educated and skilled workforce

  8. clean environment

  9. islandwide internet/wifi service

  10. friendly people – influenced by a predominantly Christian society

All of these things make Barbados one of the top places in the world to live, evangelize and play. Join us.

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