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Hey friends, the job posting is now live for the position of Senior Pastor. The posting can be found: thevineyard.church/apply churchstaffing.com christianjobs.com indeed.com Here is the wording of the job post: The Vineyard Church is Searching for a New Senior Pastor The Vineyard Church of Stafford/Sugar Land is on the southwest side of the Houston Metropolitan Area. We began with a desire to impact our community with the love of God in Christ and through the power of the Holy Spirit. The Vineyard Church was founded by the former National Director of Vineyard......

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Saturday, August 27, 2022 Here’s a brief update about latest development in the process of pastoral transition. There are two important next steps. The first thing is the hear from you. The Q&A scheduled for September 18 (link) will allow us (Reagan Waggoner and the other six members of the Senior Pastor’s Council) to hear what is important to you. Mainly, we want to know what you like about who we are. What brought you to this church? What values and practices stick out to you as a core part of our church?......

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Pastoral Transition Q&A

RESCHEDULED FROM SEPTEMBER 11. Join us after church for a time of discussion about the pastoral transition process. On August 7, 2022, Reagan Waggoner announced that after serving the church for 28 years (13 years as Sr. Pastor), he will be stepping down to pursue a new adventure. We are committed to a healthy and inclusive process. This meeting will give you a chance to ask questions, share your concerns, and find out what has happened so far. Plus, the board/search team would like to ask you some questions. For instance, what are......

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Dear Vineyard Family, This Sunday, I announced during our Sunday Morning service that I have asked the board of directors of our church to begin a process to find my replacement as Senior Pastor. If you have not yet had an opportunity to hear this announcement, please take a moment to watch it here. Thanks so much for the kind words and blessings you have passed my way since Sunday! I understand that times like these come with uncertainty, and uncertainty can breed anxiety. I want to do my best to keep you......

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