Centro Calvario is located in Atwater, California. The community of Atwater dates back to the late 1800’s and has been deeply influenced by the roots of local agriculture and the former Castle Air Force Base. The Church began in 1999. Their current Mortgage is $1,048 and does not have a parsonage. Currently, the monthly income is $1,200. We are looking for a bi-vocational and bi-lingual pastor who has a heart for the Spanish Community. The former pastors were bi-vocational and moved out of state because of an employment opportunity. There is a core membership left that is dedicated to seeing this church thrive and influence the community.
Gardnerville , NV - Highland Christian Center
Highland Christian Center is located in the high desert of Nevada, 20 miles outside of Gardnerville. Highland Christian Center was planted, in 2014 making it a recent addition to the NCN District. The monthly lease is $2,200 and the property does not have a parsonage. Their average service attendance is 20 with a monthly income of $3,100 and expenses of $2,600. If you enjoy the beauty of the desert and understand the climate of new churches, this is a fit for you.
Macdoel, CA - Macdoel Assemblies of God
Macdoel AG is locatated in Siskyou County only 20 miles from the Oregon border. The population of this rural agricultural town is 150 people with the median average age of the residents being 21. The church currently has an interim pastor and continues to make its presence known in the community. Macdoel AG started in 1958. While the community is remote, there are advantages to this church. They do not have a mortgage and there is a parsonage on the church’s property. Their average AM Sunday service attendance is 13 including children. Currently the Monthly Income is $6,408 and the Monthly Expense are $6,317
Point Arena, CA - New Hope Church
The idyllic coastal community of Point Arena, California is the western most point within the continental United States. The community of approximately 500 people is situated near the headquarters of the Manchester Band of Pomo Indians. This culturally rich village, while remote, is located in Northern California along highway 1. The churches building is currently in the process of getting a complete face lift due to a district-wide fund raising project. While the annual income of the church is $7,000, the church does not carry a mortgage and a mobile home is located on the church property as a parsonage. As of April 2017, the church had an average Sunday morning attendance of 15. This church would best be served by someone who is retired, or able to raise their monthly living expenses until the church is able to provide a stipend for living expenses. Pt. Arena has a rich heritage . . . this just might be the missional adventure you’ve been praying for