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Youth, Children and Families Pastor

Location: Christchurch Three Mills (Stratford)

Christchurch Three Mills is a fresh expression of church in the Stratford area of East London with a heart to love widely, live deeply and gather community.

We are looking for an Youth, Children and Families Pastor to help us move and grow into the next phase of our life as a church. This is a 20 hours/week position (0.53 FTE) with flexible working and a chance to shape and lead our still very new and growing church family. This is an incredibly exciting time for our church community as we emerge as a church pioneered over lockdown with a longing to build deeper roots in our local community so more people can see how loved they are by God.

The purpose of this role is to grow on and develop our work reaching out to young people and their families in our local community. We currently have weekly contact with a number of families outside of church and have an application in to run a youth project in the local community from September. Your job would be lead us as a church in reaching, enabling and discipling young people to become all that God has called them to be. We hope you would have some experience of work with under 18s outside of church and their families, and a desire to grow into church leadership.

Would you prayerfully consider whether this could be you? Why not check out the job pack and application form, and get in touch with our lead minister; Rev Dan Scott, with any questions you may have;

Infomation pack 

Application form 

Application Deadline: 5pm, Monday 26th July 2021

Start Date: 6th September 2021 (can be negotiable if need be)

Salary & Benefits: £25 000 – £30 000 pro rata depending on experience, contribution to a pension scheme, 30 days holiday pro rata

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