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Youth Pastor (maternity cover)

LOVECHURCH, Bournemouth Bournemouth
Closing Date
Fri, 21/10/2022 - 16:00
Part Time
£21,500 annual pro-rata
Hours Per Week
28 hours per week
Description of Job
We are looking for a Youth Pastor (maternity cover) to join our large and lively team here at Lovechurch. If you have a heart for seeing young people hear the gospel and reaching out to youth who wouldn’t normally connect with the church and can work well in a team, we would love to hear from you.

Post/Job Title: Youth Pastor (maternity cover)
Salary: £21,500 annual pro-rata
Hours: part-time, 28 hours per week
Reporting to: Chris Muir

The LOVECHURCH vision is ‘the re-evangelisation of Bournemouth, the transformation of its society and the revitalisation of its church’. Our core values are REAL – Relational, Evangelistic, Adventurous and Learning.
The vision of LOVECHURCH kids reflects that of LOVECHURCH; to Love God, love people, love life. We seek to create an environment in which every child can encounter Jesus and partner with parents to see every child grow a strong and lasting relationship with Him.

- To have primary responsibility for the leadership of the Youth Ministry, implementing and developing the spiritual direction and programme of the youth groups, covering the 11-18 age range
- To help the church develop its Youth mission and ministry across both sites and through youth-specific online and physical services and gatherings
How to apply for the job
Please send a cover letter to explaining why you would like to apply for this role, together with a filled application form and Confidential Declaration form that you can find here and on our website. We can't wait to hear from you!

LOVECHURCH, Bournemouth

St Swithun's Church, Gervis Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3ED

We are LOVECHURCH, an Anglican church, part of the HTB network based on the south coast. We exist to see the Kingdom of God come in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole as it does in heaven. That means as a community we are working towards the evangelisation of the town where we live, the transformation of its society and the revitalisation of the church.

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