JOB ALERT – St Thomas Garretts Green

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St Thomas’ church Garretts Green

with the Body, Mind, Spirit Partnership

Over 50s Community Development Practitioner

We regularly receive many enquiries about activities for older members of the local community and we now have an exciting opportunity to develop and deliver something new to meet this growing demand.   To enable this, we are seeking to employ a development worker.

This new role will bring local people aged 50+ together to develop or maintain a happy, healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. The successful candidate will facilitate good relationships with the local community and establish a welcoming place where people can participate in locally grown participant-led activities.

This post is 10 hours per week; salary £12 – 14.50 per hour depending upon experience (£6,240 – £7,540 per annum)

The successful candidate will have sympathy with the aims and ethos of St Thomas’ church and community project and will be subject to references and an advanced DBS check.  For further information or to request our application form please contact our Church Office on 0121 743 7040 or email: revsusan@st-toms.com

Closing date for applications :  5 p.m. on 14th February 2020

Interview Date:  28th February 2020

A copy of this vacancy can be downloaded  by clicking on BMSP Development Worker at Garrets Green

Church on the Margins Greater Manchester Facilitator

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Church Action on Poverty are looking for an experienced practitioner to facilitate peer learning amongst churches in Greater Manchester.

  •  £27,905 – £32,029 pro rata, 7 hours per week, to be worked flexibly
  •  25 days’ annual leave pro rata plus generous employer pension contribution

Based at Church Action on Poverty office, Salford. Working across Greater Manchester and occasional travel nationally. Subject to negotiation, the work could also be carried out on a freelance basis, paid on an appropriate daily rate, equivalent to the gross cost of a paid staff member.

Our new Church on the Margins programme in Greater Manchester seeks to promote the idea of a ‘Church of the Poor/Church on the Margins’: a church of justice, inclusivity and welcome. The Church on the Margins programme will be delivered in conjunction with the Methodist Manchester and Stockport District, the Centre for Theology and Justice based at Luther King House and other ecumenical partners. It will develop a network for people who are involved in church activism, estate ministry, people from church congregations, inclusive church, alternative church and those who want to make church a more welcoming place for all.

Over the next three years we will establish and facilitate a series of peer learning sets, to bring together groups of churches and projects across Greater Manchester, to explore together what it means to be a ‘church of the poor’, how to respond lovingly to their local context, and how to fully engage in Christian within marginalised communities. They will share stories of how their faith informs their action, and their action deepens their faith.

The facilitator will work alongside other members of the programme team in facilitating peer learning sets, participatory theological reflection and wider learning on what it means to be a ‘Church on the Margins’ within Greater Manchester.

For further information and to download a full application pack visit: https://www.church-poverty.org.uk/vacancy-facilitator/

The application deadline is 5pm on Thursday 23 January.  Interviews will provisionally be on either Thursday 30 January or Tuesday 4 February.

Vacancy – Vicar for Parish in Mansfield

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Mansfield St Augustine and Pleasley Hill St Barnabas – Vicar

Our joint parish is situated at the west side of Mansfield. The population is mixed with many former mining families and pensioners, two schools, a thriving business park and Mansfield Town Football Club’s state of the art training academy. There are significant opportunities for work with existing neighbourhoods and those in new housing developments, especially for someone with a vocation to serve a parish that is among the bottom 10% of the most deprived nationally. We believe that God is calling us to grow in faith and unity, to grow numerically – particulalry with children and young families – to be active in our communities, and to be financially sustainable.

We are seeking a priest with a joyful and infectious faith who is:

  • Open to the guidance of the Holy Spirit in their life and leadership
  • A strategic, collaborative leader who will help us to grow disciples in the 13-45 age group, and on the new housing developments that we are not reaching
  • Keen to communicate the Gospel and lead worship with understanding, reverence and creativity
  • Someone with a pastoral and prayerful heart for the whole community relating well to people of all ages and backgrounds
  • A good listener who values each person and who will encourage us to grow in faith, help us to develop our gifts, and challenge us to reach outwards
  • Active and visible in all aspects of the community.

Please apply via: http://pathways.churchofengland.org/      Ref No: cofe/TP/148/2272

Details about the profile of St Augustine and St Barnabas Church can be downloaded here 

Details are also available to view on the Diocesan website: https://goo.gl/ZrymXR

For application queries: Jo Padmore, PA to the Archdeacons, Jubilee House, Westgate, Southwell, Notts. NG25 0JH;

email archdeaconspa@southwell.anglican.org; Tel: 01636 817206

Closing date: 25 January 2020 /  Interviews: 2 March 2020

For informal discussion and further information, please email Mark Adams, Assistant Interim Archdeacon of Newark, mark.adams@southwell.anglican.org

 We welcome applications from suitably qualified clergy from all sections of the community and we strive to be an equal opportunity employer. Enhanced DBS clearance is required for this post.

Vacancy – Vicar for Parish in Southwark

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The Diocese of Southwark

Parish of Holy Trinity Roehampton

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     www.holytrinityroehampton.org/

The Bishop of Southwark is seeking a gifted, outward-looking priest to lead a new chapter in the life of this significant parish.

Holy Trinity is Eucharistically-centred, embraces diversity and seeks to work with others to bring hope, kindness and friendship to all, not least those on the edge.

With a Church school, University, local hospitals nearby, a large regeneration project about to start and an ecumenical partnership, there are great and exciting opportunities to grasp for God’s mission in this richly diverse parish.

It is likely that Roehampton will be a significant part of a diocesan SDF bid in 2020, resourcing new initiatives for growth and engagement.

A priest is sought who :

  • Has a lively faith, a deep spirituality, a love for people and transformative kindness.
  • Has the leadership and passion to cast vision, build teams and develop partnerships.
  • Is able to engage effectively with different age-groups, cultures and spiritualities.
  • Will embrace the congregation and work with them to pioneer new approaches to, and initiatives in, mission, worship and discipleship.
  • Will prayerfully preach, preside and lead, enabling the church to continue to thrive and grow, rooted in Christ’s welcome for all.

For further information and to apply, visit: https://pathways.churchofengland.org/

You can download a copy of this advert on this link Vicar for Holy Trinity Roehampton

For an informal chat with the Archdeacon of Wandsworth, please contact Romana Nelson, PA to the archdeacon: 020 8545 2440

Email: romana.nelson@southwark.anglican.org

Closing date: Sunday 12 January 2020

Visit for shortlisted candidates: Saturday 1 February 2020

Interviews: Friday 7 February 2020

This post is subject to a DBS enhanced disclosure