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Youth Worker 

Union Baptist Church, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Union Baptist Church is looking for someone dynamic, creative and passionate about God to join our lively church at the heart of multicultural High Wycombe.

The current youth work is vibrant and varied, and includes work with Sunday morning and evening groups, a weekly bible study, a weekly Youth Club (Chill), an annual summer trip to Soul Survivor, weekend away and links with Bucks New University and a growing young adults group. We have contact with up to 40 young people a week. The work is well supported by the Church, and an experienced team of volunteers is in place.

You will head these up, as well as initiating new ideas and reaching out to others through various events. You will be involved in discipleship, pastoring, evangelism and teaching, but also be encouraged to work with the Church Leadership Team to develop new avenues in our youth ministry and develop the initial stages of links with students in Bucks New University.

We offer you the opportunity to be part of a great team, working with an experienced Minister, staff team and Gap Year worker. We offer a package of personal training and development, 5 weeks annual leave per annum and a salary up to £25,000 p.a.

We believe that God wants to do an exciting work amongst the young people of High Wycombe, and we need the right person to be part of what God has in store. If you believe you are that person please contact the church office on cam@unionbaptist.org.uk for the job description, person specification and other information.

Application should be via detailed CV, together with a covering statement which shows how you fit the requirements of the post. The statement must also clearly detail your conversion and subsequent journey of faith.

Closing date: 31st May 2017

Union Baptist Church, Easton Street, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 1NJ

Tel: 01494 473889 | email: administrator@unionbaptist.org.uk 

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