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Pastor in the workplace

by Green Bay Community Church on January 23, 2019

Do you know of a business that wants to provide care and support for its employees?

Kim Sechler, who has more than 20 years of pastoral care experience, is seeking part-time employment to serve as a chaplain in the workplace for an area business.  

Kim’s extensive pastoral experience has included ministering to the sick in home and hospital visits, officiating weddings,  funerals and baptisms, caring for grieving families who have lost a loved one, overseeing Divorce Care and Grief Share groups, mentoring premarital couples and teaching in group and one-on-one settings.

Some people are more open to talk about difficult life issues in confidence with a chaplain rather than another employee. Kim offers intentional effort to foster and sustain employee wholeness.

Often employers want to offer confidential counseling as an option for employees but can’t due to insurance coverage or not being familiar with local counselors. Kim offers quick accessibility and care on site for the variety of staff at a fraction of the cost of professional counselor rates. 

Kim offers on-site and off-site visits, 24-hour availability and confidential counseling for a variety of staff needs and life circumstances.

Kim has served as a pastor at Green Bay Community Church since 1998, is a volunteer chaplain with the Brown County Sheriff’s office and recently completed a chaplaincy training program at Aurora Hospital.

Kim is a Stephen F. Austin State University graduate and also received educational training at the Institute of Biblical Studies, some course work at Talbot Theological Seminary, and Utech Consulting (for marriage counseling). He has completed two units of Clinical Pastoral Education through H.C.M.A.

Kim is married to Beth, has three grown sons and three grandchildren, and resides in Green Bay.

Contact Kim for more information: 920-562-1416 or