Steve User

Steve User

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Park End Church, Cardiff - Full Time Minister

Homelessness Engagement Officer (North Wales)

  • Salary: £26, 293 pa (Full time)
    Term: 6 months (Potential for 18 months subject to funding)

    This is an exciting opportunity for someone with energy and passion to see an end to homelessness and rough sleeping in Wales. Based in North Wales you will work with and support local churches and other organisations to develop innovative projects to engage with and support people in housing need. This will include setting up and supporting church led emergency Night Shelters and working with our Director to develop a Mentoring & Befriending service in the region. You will work closely with partner organisations to develop a joined up response to homelessness.

    This is a role for someone who is highly motivated and able to support and encourage volunteers to be part of the solution to housing need in their community. The post holder must be sympathetic to our Christian values and be experienced at working with and engaging with churches, faith and community  groups. You will also have experience in working with people who are homeless and will have an understanding of the issue in a Welsh context.

    The post holder will be based at home and must be able to travel and be IT self-sufficient. We are open to secondments from other organisations

    Housing Justice Cymru is the Welsh arm of Housing Justice. We are the national voice of Christian action on housing and homelessness in England and Wales.

    For an application pack or an informal discussion about the role, please contact  Sharon Lee This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Closing date: Wednesday 1st November 2017

Youth Worker - Mount Zion Baptist, Cardigan

  • Do you have a burning desire to work with young people? We are a growing church and we are looking for a committed Christian, called by God, to serve young people in the Cardigan area.

  • If you think this might eb you, and would like to know more about thus and our ministry to children and youth, check out our website: cardigan.church

You will be working for 25 hours at £10 per hour and closing date for applications is 27th October 2017

Send a CV to mountzionchurch@btconnect (for attention of Mrs Jan Thomas)

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RED community

What is RED Community?
Commited to fighting for the trafficked, exploited and enslaved through the love of Jesus

For more information www.redcommunity.co.uk

INDENTITY
We are a community of Christians from all across Wales who are united in our love for Jesus and our resolve to challenge injustice and extend gospel hope to those in chains, both locally and globally.

MISSION
We are committed to prayer, raising awareness, raising support and raising an army to be actively and effectively engaged in fighting for the trafficked, exploited and enslaved.

HISTORY
What started in Cardiff in 2013 as a prayer meeting for those affected by human trafficking and prostitution has since grown into a strategic, gospel-centred freedom movement.

 

Cardiff Street Pastors - Recruiting New Volunteers

Cardiff Street Pastors are currently recruiting for new street pastors and night base team members.  If you could please advertise this in your church or you know if anyone is interested in joining either teams please ask them to contact Jackie Bradshaw, Street Pastor Coordinator, Tel: 02920 512247; email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The work of Cardiff Street Pastors continues to go well and every Friday & Saturday night we have teams out in Cardiff City Centre that are able to help many vulnerable people. Here are some statistics taken from our reports for the last 3 months which is a summary of our actions whilst on patrol and do not contain all we do during our night:

The Amber Project

What is Amber project?

The Amber Project provides help and support to young people (14-25) who have experience of self harm.

They can offer you help in a number of different ways including counselling, Friday evening workshops, theatre workshops, and informal support.

Please visit the website for more informaiton click here

The Amber project is run by the Church Army an intiative of the Anglican Church 

 

Welsh church websites

Below is a list of some individual church congregation web sites. If you would like to add yours to the list then e-mail us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Volunteering with the Hospital Chaplaincy - Newport

The chaplains in the Newport hospitals are looking for volunteers to support and complement their ministry to patients and their families. We are looking for people who have some pastoral experience, good listening skills and a friendly character who can spare a few hours each week to help in the Royal Gwent and St Woolos hospitals, primarily visiting patients and supporting them pastorally and spiritually through listing and talking. Some people prefer their voluntary work to be practical and they help around the office, with the staff Chill Out support sessions or bringing patients to services and taking them back to the wards. Training will provide guidance and direction for all facets of the work. If you would like to explore volunteering with the chaplains, please contact Carol at the Chaplaincy Office in Royal Gwent Hospital: 01633 234263 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Newport Foodbank is looking for help

Could your church partner with Newport Foodbank by helping to collect food items, please? 

For more info, contact Jon Slocombe on 07968 275325 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Street Pastors - Recruiting New Volunteers

Cardiff Street Pastors are currently recruiting for new street pastors and night base team members.  If you could please advertise this in your church or you know if anyone is interested in joining either teams please ask them to contact Jackie Bradshaw, Street Pastor Coordinator, Tel: 02920 512247; email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The work of Cardiff Street Pastors continues to go well and every Friday & Saturday night we have teams out in Cardiff City Centre that are able to help many vulnerable people. Here are some statistics taken from our reports for the last 3 months which is a summary of our actions whilst on patrol and do not contain all we do during our night:

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