Marshall University looking for new campus pastor

I’m honored to serve as president of the board The Westminster Foundation, which supports campus ministry in West Virginia — including two full-time Presbyterian campus pastors at West Virginia University and Marshall University.

We are currently searching for an interim, and then permanent, campus pastor at Marshall. Here’s the advertisement:

Advertisement for interim position:

The Westminster Foundation of West Virginia, a not-for-profit organization that provides Presbyterian campus ministry at state colleges and universities throughout West Virginia, is looking for a full-time/part-time interim pastor to provide pastoral leadership on the campus at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. This person should be an ordained or eligible to be ordained Teaching Elder in the PCUSA.  The Foundation seeks someone who can both provide pastoral care to the campus – students, faculty and staff – along with leading a discernment process, in collaboration with the Foundation’s Campus Ministry Committee, as the Foundation looks forward to calling the installed, permanent pastor. A full job description is available on the Foundation’s website ( For more information about Marshall, go to Specific information about the historic ministry at Marshall is available at

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