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Heaton Mersey Methodist Church — Job Vacancy.

Job Title — Church and Community Worker
Based in Stockport, south Manchester.
16-20 hours per week — negotiable. Heaton Mersey is an active church with a desire for mission. We need a highly motivated team player to drive forward our work:

  • To build relations with the local community;
  • To enhance the church's profile as a Christian presence in the community;
  • To support the minister and church family in developing the church's mission;
  • To enable people from the community to grow in faith and be part of the church family.

    Salary from £10.34-£13.35 per hour dependent on experience.
    Closing date 14th May 2021. Enhance DBS applies.

    We ask that you prepare a presentation of between 5 and 7 minutes on — What you would do in the first 90 days in the role.
    For an informal conversation, further information contact Rev Raj Bharath Patta — raj.patta@methodist.org.uk or 07443159070.
    For an application pack please contact Sue Ainsworth — rsa12@btinternet.com or 07938127237.

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