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Team Leader - Faith and Society

Baptist Union of Great Britain, Didcot


This is a key role, for an accredited Baptist minister, providing leadership to the work of the Faith and Society specialist team based in Didcot and participating in the wider collaboration and leadership of Baptists Together. 

The Faith and Society Team is one of the four specialist teams providing expertise and support to churches and associations to enable mission and ministry.  We have responsibilities which cover a wide range of issues such as media and communications, ecumenical and international relations, social and political engagement, justice issues, theological reflection, publications, the on-line shop and helping to deliver the Baptist Assembly.

This is a high profile and varied role and you will need to enjoy working collaboratively with others, even in challenging issues with multiple perspectives. Your work will often involve developing, reflecting on and representing differing perspectives within Baptists Together to society at large, so you need to be considered and careful so that the right messages are clear.

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How to apply
To express your interest in this role, please send details of your work and ministry to date and a covering letter outlining your interest by email to Rachel Stone (rstone@baptist.org.uk), our Union’s HR Team Leader, who will be coordinating the appointment process.

Closing date for applications is 09:00 on Monday 14 September and interviews will take place on Monday 28 and Wednesday 30 September.











 
 
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