Full Time Youth Leader & Schools Worker - Bethel Baptist Whitchurch

Full Time Youth Leader & Schools Worker - Bethel Baptist Whitchurch

Full Time Youth Leader & Schools Worker

Bethel:whitchurch are seeking to appoint a Youth Leader to lead their current team of volunteers in:

  •   Sharing the good of news of the Kingdom with the next generation in our local community,

  •   Reaching, serving, and blessing our local schools,

  •   Proclaiming the message of Jesus in way that is relevant and

    engaging,

  •   Teaching and inspiring our young people in their faith and

    discipleship,

  •   Being part of a church family committed to Christ and to each

    other, and passionate about demonstrating to others the love of God!

    Hours: full-time
    Salary: Circa £22K
    Closing date for applications: Friday 1st February 2019
    Interview Date: Saturday 9th February 2019
    *Please note that if you are applying for this role, you may be invited to be interviewed on Saturday 9th February - so please keep this date free. If you are going to be invited for interview, we will contact you before Wednesday 6th February.

    History:
    Bethel:whitchurch is a Baptist Church in Cardiff who, until the summer of 2018, have had a Full-time Children and Youth worker. The Lord has called that person onto a different role in a Christian charity, and we are now looking to hone that role further to focus more specifically on Youth and schools work in our church and community!

    If you’ve got experience and training in these areas and are looking to grow and share then we’d love to talk further to you about this exciting new opportunity. If you’d like more information please speak to our minister, Rev. Jonathan Vaughan-Davies by calling the Church Office on: 02920 522113.

    Contact Details:
    Bethel Baptist Church, Penlline Road, Whitchurch, Cardiff CF14 2AA 02920 522113
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    www.bethelcardiff.org.uk

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