Full-time £27000-£35000 / year
St Patrick's Church (C of E), Wallington (SM6 0RQ)
Date posted: 10th January 2023
Application ends: 28th January 2023
We are looking to appoint someone to join our leadership team who has a love for the Lord and wants to strengthen his family so that we can offer the good news of Jesus to the unbeliever.
The role is designed to grow in line with the experience of the minister and so is structured around three levels. Core responsibilities at Level 1 include: discipleship and evangelism, oversight and involvement in youth work (11-18s), development of our 20s ministry and being our Lunch Club host and pastor. At Level 2, additional responsibilities include oversight of our small groups and newcomer integration, and Level 3 also includes the running of our evening service. The above reflects the importance of discipleship for mission in our church and so, as the Assistant Minister settles into the role, there will be further opportunities to get involved beyond these core priorities above. We want to leave room for the Assistant Minister to develop, within the overall direction of the church, areas of ministry appropriate to their particular gifts.
The successful applicant will be: - an evangelical Christian, able to subscribe to our doctrinal commitment; - a mature, prayerful Christian with good knowledge of the Bible and a strong understanding of the gospel. They will be biblical in doctrine and lifestyle and a model of faithfulness to the Lord Jesus. - supportive of our vision for the church. The successful applicant will have experience of: (Level 1 and above:) - working in a church environment, whether in a paid or voluntary capacity; - involvement in leading someone to Christ; - leading work with young people and young adults; - working with and leading volunteer leaders and helpers; - planning and developing programmes for youth; - mentoring; - offering pastoral care; (Level 2 and above:) - being accountable for a range of groups in a church; - writing and planning small group materials for adults; - delivering biblical teaching in small groups; (Level 3:) - preaching and leading worship; - significant formal theological education. The successful applicant will: - be able to demonstrate an ability to lead and manage church groups; - be able to establish new initiatives; - be able to motivate others and encourage and support volunteer helpers and leaders; - possess organisational, administrative and planning skills: - be competent in IT skills; - be self-motivated whilst also being able to work as part of a team; - be able to train and work alongside teams of volunteers; - be able to demonstrate pastoral skills.
For more information please visit our website at www.stpats.org.uk/Jobs or contact the church office: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07928 824 251