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Worship Pastor

River Church Ipswich Ipswich, Suffolk
Closing Date
Sun, 30/01/2022 - 23:59
Hours
Full Time
Description of Job
River Church is a brand new HTB church plant in the centre of Ipswich, Suffolk, with a dream to see Ipswich overflowing with life. We are looking for a full-time Worship Pastor to join our growing staff team, lead our worship and creative ministries, and head up production. This role is an exciting opportunity for a gifted worship leader with excellent musical, technical, leadership, and organisational gifts to join a fast-growing new church, lead sung worship, nurture and develop a gifted team of worship leaders, musicians, and techies, and promote creativity in our worship, mission, and evangelism. Is God calling you or somebody you know to be our Worship Pastor?
How to apply for the job
For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Matt Key (matt.key@riverchurchipswich.org) to arrange a time to chat. For more information or to apply, visit riverchurchipswich.org/vacancies where the job pack and application form are available. Please send your completed application form to hello@riverchurchipswich.org by 30th January 2022.
Employer

River Church Ipswich

Ipswich, Suffolk

River Church is a brand new HTB church plant in the centre of Ipswich, Suffolk, with a dream to see Ipswich overflowing with life. We are located in the newly regenerated Waterfront area of Ipswich, a growing town of 180,000 people, close to the up-and-coming University of Suffolk. After just one term, River Church has seen 10 people come to faith in Jesus, and grown to more than 150 people (mainly aged under 35), with an average of 100 attending on Sundays. We have exciting plans for growth, leadership development, social transformation (through Love Your Neighbour), additional services, and further church plants in the pipeline, so now is the perfect time to join the River Church adventure!


River Church is a charismatic evangelical Anglican church, supported by the Church Commissioners' SDF funding, and part of the C of E Suffolk's Inspiring Ipswich church-planting project.


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