Webteam: July 2018
Part-time Young People and Families Minister
Peachcroft Christian Centre, Abingdon
Salary: £15.3k-£17k for 23 hours/week dependent on experience (equivalent to £25k to £27.7k full time)
Peachcroft Christian Centre is seeking an experienced Young People and Families Minister to join our staff team on a part-time basis to help us respond to a growing need and opportunity for us to expand our ministry to young people and families inside and outside the Church. We are a lively church with a worshipping community of around 130 adults and 40 children; but with activities that reach and serve many more in the local community. As an LEP, we belong to the Anglican, Baptist, United Reformed and Methodist church; but could be broadly categorised as an evangelical and charismatic church with a heart for mission by serving our neighbours in practical and meaningful ways.
We are seeking someone with a mature faith, to shape and lead this exciting ministry, as part of the Church Staff team, as well as playing an active role themselves; inspiring, motivating and developing others to share in this ministry; enabling us to pastor, disciple and nurture young people in our church and to reach out to our community.
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Closing Date for applications: Friday 14th September. Interviews : Saturday 29th September
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