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Children and Families Worker for St Margaret’s Church, Swinton and St John’s Church, Mexborough

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

30 hours per week. Salary £16,380 per annum for 30 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting new initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Children’s and Families Worker. The post covers the parishes of St Margaret’s, Swinton and St John’s, Mexborough.

We are looking for a committed Christian, sympathetic to the Catholic tradition, with experience in work with children, who will develop and co-ordinate the work with children and families in the church and community.

General responsibilities:-

  • To coordinate and develop the children’s and families work within St Margaret’s, Swinton and St John’s, Mexborough
  • To build and support teams to be involved in the development and delivery of the work
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Worker Network
  • The role will require evening and weekend work

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract: 3 years initially

Deadline for applications: Friday 8 September (noon)                  

Interviews to be held on: Tuesday 19 September             

More information about the churches can be found at www.stmargaretswinton.uk and www.achurchnearyou.com/mexborough-st-john-the-baptist. More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Father Chris Barley at chrisjbarley@hotmail.com.

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Youth and Children’s Worker for Kilnhurst and Conisbrough

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week. Salary £18,200 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting new initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Youth and Children’s Worker. The post covers the parishes of St Peter Conisbrough and St Thomas Kilnhurst which are committed to advancing God's mission to young people.

‘We are looking for someone with experience in youth work and a passion for teaching children and young people the truth of the Bible. They will have a mature Christian faith, rooted in the authority of the Bible, and be able to use their gifts to develop and co-ordinate our children and youth work in our churches and community.'

General responsibilities:-

  • to develop and oversee the work with young people, children and families, in the parish of Kilnhurst and with young people and families in the parish of Conisbrough, drawing, developing and discipling a new generation of young people in the Christian faith
  • to build and support teams to be involved in the development and delivery of the work
  • to be a member of the Centenary Project Worker Network

The role will require evening and weekend work. Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract: 3 years initially

Deadline for applications: 23 August 2017 (noon)       

Interviews to be held on: 6 September 2017         

More information about the churches can be found at www.kilnhurst-st-thomas.org.uk and www.stpetersconisbrough.org

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Andy Brewerton on 01709 589674  or by email: Andy Brewerton andy@brewerton.org  or Matijn Mugge on 01709 259531, or by email: Martijn Mugge vicarmugge@gmail.com

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Children’s and Families Worker for the Beakon Mission Partnership and Messy Church Co-ordinator for Doncaster

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

35 hours per week. Salary £19,110 per annum for 35 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting new initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Children’s and Families Worker and Messy Church Co-ordinator.

The post covers the parishes of St Leonard & St Mary Armthorpe, St Peter and St Paul Barnby Dun and Church of the Good Shepherd Kirk Sandall & Edenthorpe. The Messy Church Co-ordinator role is for the Doncaster area.

We are looking for a committed Christian with experience in work with children, who will develop and co-ordinate the work with children and families in the church and community.

General responsibilities:-

  • To oversee and develop the children and families work within each Parish within the Beakon Mission Partnership
  • To build and support teams to be involved in the development and delivery of the work
  • To coordinate the work of Messy Church within the Doncaster region
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Worker Network

The role will require evening and weekend work. Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract: 3 years initially

Deadline for applications: 31 August 2017 (noon)

Interviews to be held on: 13 September 2017          

More information about the churches can be found at www.beakondoncaster.co.uk   

More information about the Centenary Project can be found at www.centenaryproject.org.uk

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Rev Stephen Beck on 01302 882861 or revstevebeck@gmail.com or Rev Jan Foden on 01302 831231 or janfoden@hotmail.com

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Greystones - Worker For Families And Children

The Vicar and PCC of St. Gabriel Greystones wish to appoint a lay person to be a Families’ and Children’s Worker on a part time basis in order to help fulfil the church’s mission statement: ‘Making Jesus known today’.

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Honorary Treasurer for Sheffield Diocesan Readers Association

A treasurer is required to look after the funds of the Diocesan Readers Executive which meets 3-4 times a year plus Annual General Meeting. Duties would include maintaining the financial books and records ;producing an annual report at the Readers AGM in June each year; liaising with accounting examiner.

Treasurer's duties include :-

  • Maintaining the financial records and books
  • Liasing with an auditor for the financial records
  • Obtaining Diocesan grant.
  • Paying to Central Reader's Council applicable fees (Capitation fees and Diocesan contribution - magazine head count)
  • Ordering and maintaining stock (Badges etc)
  • Ordering New Reader scarves -writing to relevant parish for funding.
  • Paying authorised expenses where applicable.
  • Reporting 'State of Finances' to executive meetings.

Full training will be given. This is a voluntary post. You do not need to be a Reader to apply. Travel expenses provided to and from meetings. 

For more information, please contact Ian Watson at lindsey@ilwatson.plus.com

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