Alton Webteam: June 2017
We have been asked to advertise this job opportunity and the details are as follows:
The Methodist Church, Thames Valley Circuit
Lay Worker High Street Methodist Church, Maidenhead
The Thames Valley Circuit is seeking a lay worker for High Street Methodist Church, Maidenhead. This is a one year fixed term contract for 30 hours (10 sessions) per week at a salary of £21,000 p.a. with some evening and weekend work.
High St Maidenhead is a town-centre church with a membership of 165 with a range of midweek activities and one main Sunday morning service at 10.30 a.m. with occasional evening services and 08.00 Communion services.
The Circuit is seeking a self-motivated leader for the church who can build bridges between groups which use the premises and the congregation and assist with pastoral care and mission and outreach.
A full job description and application form can be obtained from the Senior Circuit Steward: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01628 662500. Closing date for return of completed application forms is 15 July 2017. It is an Occupational Requirement for the post holder to be a professing and practising Christian (Equality Act 2010).
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