Children’s Worker, St Catherine’s, Gloucester

Are you passionate about seeing children and young people encounter and engage with God’s love?

We are seeking to appoint a Children’s Worker to develop ministry within the local community and school, and to support the growing number of children and young people within our church family.

Our vision is to be a people who are Serving Jesus Today.

We believe that as followers of Jesus, we are called to: • serve Jesus, bringing God’s Kingdom to our community by serving, ministering to those in need and sharing the good news of the Gospel,

• build God’s church, growing in our love for Jesus and one another. We will do this through Spirit-filled and Bible-based fellowship, worship, teaching and ministry, experienced together, in small groups and alone,

• equip all to follow Jesus’ call, identifying and developing natural and spiritual gifts, stepping out together into the world to use these gifts in His service.

Our vision is to see children and young people become fully devoted to God and get excited about what God has planned for their lives now and in the future.

We want to help them create a culture full of worship, story, and prayer. We want to see them develop and grow up inspired by, and filled with, the Holy Spirit, ready to fulfil their vocation.

The role is for 20 hours per week, at £12.50 per hour, which will include being available on Sunday mornings to organise or deliver Children’s work.

This post holds specific responsibility for leadership and promoting a Christian identity within our work with children and young people and carries a Genuine Occupational Requirement under the Equality Act 2010.

For a full job description, how to apply and a person specification please contact Jo Sanders: by phone: 01452 302438

by email:

by post: Jo Sanders, Clergy Assistant, St Catharine’s Church, London Road, Gloucester, GL2 0RR

The closing date for applications is midday 5 June 2017 and interviews will take place on 12 June 2017.

Anticipated start date is July 2017.

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