About MinistryList.com

Our Mission

The mission of MinistryList.com, overseen by Gordon-Conwell—Hamilton’s Career Services Office, involves both empowering Christians and equipping the Church. The site serves as a free resource for Gordon-Conwell graduating students, alumni, and other Christians in their search for a variety of professional ministry positions, while simultaneously providing ministries with quality advertising and candidates to service their needs.

It is our firm conviction that God wants to use each Christian’s gifts and education to build the Church for His glory (Ephesians 4:11–16). Thus, the objective of MinistryList.com is to facilitate the ministry position search, so that the Christian’s gifts are put to work and the Church is built up, all to the glory of God.


How We Achieve This Mission

MinistryList.com accomplishes its mission by providing Gordon-Conwell’s alumni and other Christians, along with ministries worldwide, excellent information and resources. Each individual and ministry has a different ministry position search process with a wide variety of priorities, questions and preferences. MinistryList.com seeks to provide valuable resources during this process to effectively address these needs.

MinistryList.com provides abundant resources for churches and ministries. Through the Ministry List, ministries can advertise their open position to be viewed by the many job seekers accessing the site. For ministry candidates, the benefits are obvious. The Ministry List provides thorough information on the latest ministry openings around the world.

It is our prayer that MinistryList.com be a valuable tool to serve Christians and build up Christ’s Church worldwide, all to the glory of God.

While this website is sponsored and administrated by Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, postings placed on MinistryList.com do not necessarily reflect the historical, orthodox, evangelical theological stance of the school. We do reserve the right, however, to limit postings to churches and ministries which hold to trinitarian doctrine.