Worship Leader for Transforming Mission Church in Truro | THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF HIGHERTOWN AND BALDHU

We are now recruiting for a full-time Worship Leader to join the Transforming Mission team for Truro. ​Could God be calling you?

We're looking for someone to
1. participate fully in the development of a thriving missional community in the churches across Truro, including work across denominations and traditions.

2. develop new and contemporary and contemplative styles of Worship at All Saints, and identifying and equipping those with gifts and desire to grow in this area of ministry.

3. establish a new worship and media team at All Saints out of the existing group, and to lead, coach and mentor this team and any new teams to support the TM vision and the growth of the church.

4. participate and help lead in the work to establish new worshipping communities across different sites and venues whilst attending to the cultural and spiritual needs of the missing generations, and unchurched.

Application deadline is 9am on 10th February. Shortlisting will be conducted week commencing Tuesday 11th February. Interviews will take place week commencing Monday 24th February 2020.

Head to our website https://www.asht.org.uk/transforming-mission.html for more information about the TM project and the role.
Complete the application form, or contact Resource Minister, Revd Jeremy Putnam for an informal chat about the role.

Employer

THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF HIGHERTOWN AND BALDHU
All Saints Church is an open-evangelical community on the edge of the City of Truro. It is actively engaged in social action and justice matters, and seeks to discover the Kingdom and establish His way for the glory of God. Our heart is to be a Christ-centred, Spirit led, growing Church that proclaims the love of God, in word and deed, faith and justice to the people of Truro and beyond. What is Transforming Mission Through Transforming Mission we are developing a model for the renewal of Anglican Church life across our communities. Transforming Mission started in Falmouth and Carnmarth South deanery, and now, thanks to a grant of £1.7 million from the Church Commissioners, is being adapted and replicated across many other towns. We seek to create a thriving church community that attracts and supports all ages including families and the student generation and has at its heart a desire to spill out of its own walls to proclaim good news, serve its community, to resource and bless other churches and to be the catalyst for growth in discipleship, evangelism and community-building. We wish to see churches at the heart of our Cornish towns renewed and equipped, growing in numbers and in faith and attracting the generations that, by and large, are now missing from our congregations. These churches will work with each other and with ecumenical partners, they will help to grow the next generations of leaders, both lay and ordained and, as they receive resources to enable them, they will be generous in helping to resource the village churches around them. To help us on this Transforming Mission journey funding has been granted by the Church Commissioners initially for a five-year programme and most recently for a further six years to enable us to expand across the diocese. This new funding will be staggered over the six years, with a view to the projects becoming self-sustaining after this time.
Location: 
Truro