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Children’s Ministry Developer, Diocese of Christchurch

Children’s Ministry Developer, Diocese of Christchurch

The Anglican Diocese of Christchurch wishes to employ a Children’s Ministry Developer for 20 hours a week for a three year term. This position involves supporting and providing training/networking for parish-based children’s workers, providing and recommending resources to parishes and supporting parishes with children and family programmes. The position is accountable to the Bishop of Christchurch and involves membership of the Diocesan Ministry Team (which works on ministry education and training for children, youth, young adults and adult ministries).

Applicants should have experience in church-based children’s ministry, be able to work with a wide range of people and contexts, have strategic ideas for growth and have an understanding of some of the current theories and practices occurring in the field of children’s ministry. It is vital for applicants to have a growing Christian faith and a good understanding of the ethos and faith of the Anglican church.

The position is currently held by an interim appointee who is a candidate for the position.

A full driver’s licence is essential for this position.

Applications via a letter and a CV are requested by 5 pm Monday 11 November 2019 and should be addressed to Veronica Cross, Executive Assistant to the Bishop of Christchurch, .

It is anticipated that the successful applicant will begin work on Monday 3 February 2020.



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