Community Pastor Post
Part-time (16hrs/wk), 2yr fixed term, £10,240pa
An engaging and sensitive leader with a heart for people to meet Christ, be transformed through the power of the Holy Spirit, and become members of Christ’s body, the church. A leader with the energy and experience to develop our growing links with the communities we serve.
St Andrew’s & St Peter’s are two Anglican churches serving together with a vision to grow the Kingdom across Avonmouth & Lawrence Weston. We’re situated in an urban priority area in North West Bristol and are affiliated to the New Wine Network.
Working closely with our Children’s, Youth & Families Pastor, and the Social Justice Hub team, you will be responsible for developing our links with the wider community. A core part of your role will be sharing the Gospel through your words and actions; helping to connect people with the activities and support available through the Bristol North West Foodbank and local churches. You will be part of a small supportive church staff team and working closely with the Foodbank staff and volunteers. The role will normally be Monday to Thursday daytimes, with occasional evening or Saturday events. In return, we offer a salary of £10,240pa and a pension.
If you would like to know more, we invite you to have an informal conversation with our Vicar, Andy. Please email email@example.com or call 0117 325 8720 to make an appointment.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 14th June 2021. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 29th June 2021.
St Andrew’s and St Peter’s Churches are committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruitment practices. The successful applicant will be required to complete an enhanced disclosure (with barring data) check prior to commencement of the role.
There is a genuine occupational requirement that the appointee to this post should be a Christian with a living faith, able to recommend Christ from personal experience of His grace (part 1 of schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010).