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.
Happy Camp, CA
As part of the Mt. Shasta section in our District, Happy Camp Assembly is located within a network of churches throughout Siskiyou County. The average attendance on any given Sunday morning is around 25 people. However, from 2003 - 2007 the church averaged a steady number of 50 people each Sunday. Happy Camp sits on the Klamath River, is 70 miles west of I-5 and is known for it's many outdoor activities that attract families from all over. The town of Happy Camp has a population of 1,190. For more information regarding this open church please contact the Assistant Superintendent's office.
Orleans, First Assembly
Located in beautiful Humboldt County, Orleans is 12 miles northeast of the small community of Weitchpec. Being able to draw from these two communities, in the early 2000's the church grew to around 40 attendees's. Orleans is a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the rural surroundings. Orleans boasts of mild winters and plenty of rivers to help you cool off during their hot summer months. If you're interested in pastoring this church please contact the Assistant District Superintendent's office.
The small community of Stonyford is known for its ranches and ATV/motorcross trails. Riders come to enjoy the idylic country back roads and annual PRCA rodeo. Indian Valley Assembly of God has approximately 18 attendees on Sunday mornings. The church has a parsonage and does not carry a mortgage. The church is able to pay its bills and keep up its monthly missions pledge. The building has undergone several recent repairs and the congregation is healthy and ready for a new pastor. Please submit your resume to email@example.com
Located outside of Redding, Palo Cedro has a population of 1,269. Foothill Christian Center started in 1975 and has seen upwards of 38 people in attendance on a Sunday morning in the early 2000’s. There is no longer a mortgage on the property, however, the church does not have a parsonage. The facility is pictured, as you can see the building is modern with a large pasture for growth opportunities. The church has been vacant for one month and is ready for a pastor called to rural church planting to come and start a new work. This is the perfect opportunity for a bi-vocational church planter who loves tight-knit communities. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Herlong, Living Hope AG
Herlong was developed in 1942 after the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, to house civilian workers to support the Sierra Army Depot, one of several ammunition storage facilities located inland in order to be safe from Japanese attack. Since its beginning, the town has varied in size. Its population peaked at about 5,000 in the 1950s, consisting mostly of civilian employees on the base and their families. As of the 2010 census, the community had 298 people.
Since its beginning, the town has varied in size. Its population peaked at about 5,000 in the 1950s, consisting mostly of civilian employees on the base and their families. As of the 2010 census, the community had 298 people.
Living Hope Assembly currently has 16 attendees on Sunday mornings with a surge in attendance back in 2003 averaging 44 attendees. The annual church income is 16K. If you are intersted in pastoring Herlong you can submit your resume to email@example.com