Available until: 10th Nov 2020
Are you a passionate follower of Jesus with a desire to see people’s lives transformed by the power of the Gospel?
Role: Full-time Senior Pastor
Salary : £33,000-£36,000 + Benefits depending on experience and qualifications
Do you have a vision to make disciples and experience of leading others to do the same?
Does the thought of leading a diverse and growing congregation out of lockdown and into a new season in a brand-new building excite you?
Do you believe that God is calling you to take on senior leadership of a diverse and committed staff and leadership team in the central belt of Scotland?
Interested? Read on….
Harvest Church Hamilton is seeking a senior pastor to lead the church into an exciting new season. Based right in the heart of the town centre of Hamilton, the church has recently purchased a building which is currently being renovated, ready for the church to take occupancy in Spring 2021.
The successful applicant will provide spiritual vision and leadership, inspirational preaching and teaching and excellent people management skills to lead the church out of this lockdown season and into the next phase of its future.
How to Apply: For a detailed application pack containing further information about the role - job description, church profile and application form, please email: email@example.com
Please ensure we receive your completed application form by Monday 23rd November 2020.
Due to the nature of this role, and the expectation to model and demonstrate Christian leadership qualities, we believe that this post is subject to an occupational requirement that the holder be a practicing Christian under Part 1 of schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010.
Please also note that we are committed to safer recruitment. Satisfactory references and safeguarding checks will be required before the successful applicant could take up the post.
Harvest Church is in affiliation with the Assemblies of God Great Britain (AoG)… a nationally recognised Pentecostal movement that has been serving the people of Great Britain since 1924. At the core of the AoG is a passionate desire to see God’s Kingdom grow through the local church.
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