Community Worker Vacancy – The Grove Community – West London


Community Worker

Closing Date: 16 Jul 2019 – 17:00. Hours: Part Time. Salary: £12,500 (£25,000 FTE). Hours:18.50 hours a week

The Grove Community is a fresh expression of church with an Eden team, on a council estate in West London. We are seeking an energetic and inspiring team member, who will help oversee the community outreach in our community, taking on leadership of different aspects of the work. We are looking for someone to join our team who brings a pioneering spirit, experience, leadership, passion and a real desire to see God move on an inner city estate.

You will work closely with the team leader to undertake a range of activities including: building key relationships in the community, starting and running community projects and be part of a small team of people that seek to be salt and light to the estate. Administrative skills would be put to good use and we are hopeful there will be a youth work focus to this role.

This is a varied and exciting role suitable for someone looking for a part time job. With a supportive team and a friendly environment, this is a great opportunity for someone to join us to play a full part in our community life in Gurnell Grove and make a real contribution to the local community.

There is a genuine occupational requirement for the successful applicant to be a committed Christian. The position is initially for a 2 year fixed period.

You can download the Job Description here and application form here. Closing Date is the 16th July 2019 – 17:00pm.
If you would like to know more, phone Mark Tate (Team Leader) on 07949615653 for an informal conversation or send an email to


associate minister stockport and brinnington

Exciting role in a new urban hub and estate ministry team in central Stockport

Associate Minister

Stockport and Brinnington

A terrific opportunity to join a new team in arguably the most exciting mission in the North West.

The regeneration of Stockport is underway and the churches are key partners in effecting change.

Living on the urban estate of Brinnington but operating across Stockport you will need energy, dynamism and faith to see the transformation the area and the people hope for.

Reporting to the new Rector, The Revd Lynne Cullens, you will be working full time in this most exciting venture.

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estate pioneer post – solihull west midlands

Pioneer Minister – Solihull Parish

Growing Disciples, Building Community, Transforming Lives

Come and join theteam at an exciting time in the life of Solihull Parish.

We are looking for an experienced Ordained or Lay Pioneer (male or female) to:

  • take a lead in mission evangelism;
  • work collaboratively (and enable others) to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to those who are not yet Christian;
  • help us build on work that is already being done and bring fresh ideas.

We can offer:

  • space and freedom to lead pioneer ministry across the parish;
  • the opportunity to make a real difference to an area of the parish with which the Church has limited contact;
  • an active, happy and supportive Staff Team (lay and ordained) with whom you’ll work.

For an informal conversation contact:

The Ven Simon Heathfield on 0121 426 0428 or

The Rev Jane Kenchington on 0121 705 0069

Closing Date: 13 May 2019 at noon

Interviews: 4 & 5 June 2019

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, particularly from those who are currently under-represented such as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups and women.

Full details and the online application process can be accessed here.

St Albans Church, Wednesfield

Great estates ministry opportunity with St Albans Church in the West Midlands.

“We’re looking for a Team Vicar passionate about Jesus and open to the Holy Spirit, to lead a growing urban estate church on the edge of Wolverhampton.

Are you called to work with us and our sister church of St Thomas’ to build the Body of Christ here and to reach our community with the Father’s love in word and action?”

Read more about the job on the Church Times website.