Church of the Nazarene Foundation seeks new president
The Church of the Nazarene Foundation is looking for a new president following the retirement of Kenneth R. Roney, who served as president for nine years.
“We plan to have a new president selected by February 1, 2022, in time for global church meetings scheduled for that month,” said Charles A. Davis Jr., chair of the Foundation Search Committee. “Until then, the Nazarene Foundation is in good hands with Ken Roney as interim president and an excellent staff.”
The Church of the Nazarene Foundation is headquartered at the denomination’s Global Ministry Center in Lenexa, Kansas. The Foundation provides information and personal assistance to those who want to make the best use of the tangible assets God has given them, including providing for their own families and supporting the work of their local church or other preferred ministries.
The Foundation also partners with local churches and Nazarene ministries to provide gift-planning support, legacy giving materials, and professional investment management.
The Search Committee has prepared a formal job announcement with details about the position, which can be accessed here. All cover letters and résumés are to be submitted to the committee by 1 October 2021.
We invite you to participate in the search process and help the Nazarene Foundation’s Board of Directors find the right person to be our next president.
- Pray about the opportunity for serving in this ministry role.
- Consider sharing this job announcement with someone who might have an interest in the presidential position.
- Recommend candidates by writing to: email@example.com
- Communicate your interest by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All communication will remain confidential. Questions may be directed to Charles A. Davis Jr., chair of the Nazarene Foundation Search Committee, at email@example.com.