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Youth Pastor at Holy Trinity Church, Devonport

Youth Pastor at Holy Trinity Church, Devonport

Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Devonport, is looking for a Youth Pastor
as of the commencement of 2020.
The hours are negotiable however at present we have funding for
20 hours per week.
There is great scope for leadership and ministry development
for the successful candidate.
We are seeking someone who has a great sense of fun,
is highly committed to youth ministry and
is in sympathy with the Anglican tradition.
Related experience in youth ministry is a requisite.
Expertise in music is a desirable attribute, but not a requisite.
Contact Rev Charmaine Braatvedt on vicar@holytrinity.gen.nz
or mobile 021857997, if you are interested in this position.
Closing date for Applications is 16th November 2019.

Rev Charmaine Braatvedt

021 857 997

vicarSPAMFILTER@holytrinity.gen.nz

07/11/2019

17/11/2019

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