Why can the congregation simply appoint a call committee and start interviewing pastoral candidates?
In most cases, a congregation is not ready to begin a search for a pastoral candidate. Research has shown that a congregation needs to first discern the direction in which God is calling it to move and the characteristics of the type of pastor it needs. Only after it has completed this preliminary work should it attempt to search for its next pastor.
- What criteria does the admissions committee consider when choosing candidates for admission to the South Carolina College of Pharmacy?
- As a member of a search committee can I receive information on the race and sex of the candidates we are considering interviewing?
- Are candidates from the National Committee on Accreditation eligible?