Available until: 17th Apr 2018
We are looking to enable 120 churches over the next 5 years to participate in a learning community, to help them grow in depth of discipleship, community impact and numerical membership.
We are encouraging churches across London Diocese to join a community so that they can kick-start or accelerate their growth.
This role will involve working with the CG Programme Manager to deliver these aims, by promoting the learning communities, helping to make them happen, and making sure that information and learning resources are collated and organised effectively.
This is a part-time role, 0.8 of full-time (4 days a week) including occasional evening and weekend work.
At the London Diocesan Fund (LDF) we seek to do everything we can to support the mission and growth of the Church of England in London.
The Centre for Church Planting and Church Growth supports the work of the Bishop of Islington, one of the suffragan bishops of the London Diocese. Bishop Ric supports the London Diocesan goal of creating 100 New Worshipping Communities and supports church planting and growth in/for the National Church.
His dynamic and creative team, based at St Edmund the King in London, help to run church planting training courses and Church Growth Learning Communities (CGLCs), to equip church planters through individual consultations, and to develop resources for the wider church.
Salary: £25000 - £28000 pro rata, dependent on experience
Contract type: Fixed Term, Part-Time
Closing dates: 22 April 2018, 11:59pm
Location: Centre for Church Planting & Growth, Lombard Street, London, EC3V 9EA
The Church of England in London is growing, vibrant and at the heart of communities throughout the capital. At the London Diocesan Fund we seek to do everything we can to support this mission and growth, using our resources to help our parishes and chaplains to serve over 4 million people.
We understand the benefits of employing individuals from a range of backgrounds, with diverse cultures and talents. We aim to create a workforce that:
· values difference in others and respects the dignity and worth of each individual
· reflects the diversity of the nation that the Church of England exists to serve
· fosters a climate of creativity, tolerance and diversity that will help all staff to develop to their full potential.
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