Community Bible Church of Northern Westchester

Leadership

Our leaders serve us by coordinating and directing our efforts and equipping us to discover and use the gifts God has given us.
We expect our leaders to direct but not dominate, to coordinate but not control. After all, God invites every Christian to play a part in his kingdom work.

Leadership and decision-making take place at CBC in three ways:

Elders/Pastor

Our elders provide spiritual leadership for our church and ensure that we are fulfilling CBC’s mission. They meet regularly to pray for CBCers and to plan and make decisions for the church. Our pastor is one of our elders. He does not have authority over them nor does he work for them as an employee. He is distinct in that he serves in a full-time, paid capacity. His primarily responsibilities include preaching and teaching, training leaders, giving strategic leadership, mentoring others, and providing counsel and care.

Ministry Support Team

Our MST provides organizational support for CBC’s ministries, helping each to effectively contribute to our church’s mission. The MST oversees the areas of finances, building & grounds, Christian education, worship, missions & outreach, community, and leadership nominations. Six of our MST members also serve as CBC’s legal trustees.

Ministry Support Team

Our MST provides organizational support for CBC’s ministries, helping each to effectively contribute to our church’s mission. The MST oversees the areas of finances, building & grounds, Christian education, worship, missions & outreach, community, and leadership nominations. Six of our MST members also serve as CBC’s legal trustees.

The Forum

The forum is our quarterly congregational meeting where our members elect elders and MST members, communicate about important church matters, and make major decisions together (such as approving budgets, authorizing major financial transactions and facility changes, and making bylaw changes). Becoming a member involves sharing your faith story with our elders and attending a membership class (recommended).