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Youth & Families Minister

The Diocese of Southwark Merstham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
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Description of Job

All Saints (Merstham & Gatton Team Ministry)

This is an exciting opportunity to join a new leadership team at the start of a new season, with growing numbers of young people as they seek to establish and grow new worshipping communities within the Merstham area.

All Saintsare excited by this project and hope that this will provide an opportunity for someone who is passionate about Church growth and development. You can find more details in theVacancy Information Pack

If you feel called to be part of this journey and have the necessary enthusiasm, skills and experience then they would love to hear from you. Please email your CV to Nigel atrector@mgtmchurches.orgwith a covering letter including 2 referees you have alerted in advance, outlining your experience, qualities and competencies and why you would be successful in this role.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role, then please feel free to contact Nigel

Closing Date

Saturday 6 April




The Diocese of Southwark

Merstham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom

 The Diocese of Southwark, founded in 1905, forms part of the Province of Canterbury in England and is part of the wider Church of England, in turn part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Diocese covers primarily the area of Greater London, which is south of the Thames, together with the eastern part of the county of Surrey. It is one of the largest dioceses in terms of population and parishes as well as one of the most diverse.

 We share a vision for the future in which we will see:

growing churches, new worshipping communities and new Christians

deepening discipleship: engaged, prayerful and informed Christians

growth in vocations to existing and new ministries

generous giving and prayer supporting all we do

justice and peace built up, and violence challenged, in our local and global community

a shared commitment to the integrity of Creation

a Church for all which reflects our diverse community in membership and leadership, including growth in United Kingdom minority ethnic (UKME) vocations and appointments.

Our Vision is founded on mutual commitment from all who make up the Diocesan family to walk together in the pilgrimage of faith, supporting, encouraging and resourcing each other in our common task.

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