Job Type: Part time
Salary: £18-£21k (pro-rata) depending on experience with benefits
Hope Community Witham is an exciting and expanding Church, with a vision of bringing hope and being community. Our heart is to serve God through loving and serving people, walking with them aswe explore faith together, and helping them find their way back to God. We need a committed Christian*; someone who has a vision for the role and is excited to work with us as we seek to listen
to God and follow his leading.
To be an instrumental part of taking forward the outreach ministry of HCW. The focus of the outreach is to provide pastoral and practical support to individuals and families across the parishes served by the Witham and Villages Team Ministry, and to explore the establishment of one or more new worshipping communities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
To work with the Lead Minister and others in the HCW team to:
Previous experience within the fields of evangelism, ministry, social care and business development are preferential but not essential, as is an understanding of social media and web-based
This position is to work across Witham and the surrounding area therefore a full, current driving license is essential.
As part of our commitment to making HCW something great and fulfilling to be a part of, we offer flexible working, and development and training opportunities as well as 28 days annual leave.
The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and the right to reside and work in the UK.
Please submit a full CV, and a short accompanying letter outlining why you would be suited to the role, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for Applications Friday 30 July 2021
*A genuine occupational requirement exists for the post-holder to be a practicing Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 to fulfil all the elements of this role
Closing Date: Friday 30 July 2021
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