Lead Children’s Worker - Lisvane Baptist Church

 

 

Lisvane Baptist Church, a growing church in North Cardiff, is seeking to appoint a part-time lead Children’s Worker to both build on and develop the provision of quality, Jesus centred, fun-filled children’s work.

 

About Lisvane Baptist Church

Lisvane Baptist Church is a community focused church committed to being Jesus, sharing Jesus, and making disciples. We are a welcoming and friendly church, meeting at the heart of the village. We believe, and strive to live out, that all people matter to God and therefore matter to us. Our worship is contemporary; we are Bible centred and seek to apply biblical truths to everyday life. We run a host of children’s and youth programmes, Alpha Groups, prayer groups and much more.

 

The Role

We are looking for an individual with a passion for Jesus, a love for children, a sense of fun and an ability to build and run teams that teach, relate to and invest in every child who walks through the doors, through a variety of means. 

Building on existing provision, and continuing to work alongside the local school, the role-holder will be required to create, implement and manage a wide range of activities  including weekly programmes for different age groups, holiday clubs for primary school children and discipleship programmes for children seeking to know Jesus better.

Details

The role is for 20 hours over 3-4 days  per week , and although there is flexibility in where an individual will and can work, there will be an expectation of some time being worked in the Lisvane community from the church office. The role holder will be expected to commit to Church Membership of LBC and Sunday attendance.

Annual starting salary in the range £12000 - £14000 based on experience and qualifications.

Five weeks Pro rata annual leave plus bank holidays  

For more information please contact 

Val Dobie 

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https://www.lisvanebaptist.org

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