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Pastoral Care and Community Engagement Worker
Bethesda Christian Fellowship

Bethesda is a growing, Bible based, Christ centred church at the heart of the seaside town of Helensburgh. We are opening up our newly expanded building which has been developed in response to the increased membership and range of activities The brand-new facilities include a café as a bridge with the community.

One of our full-time church workers will be retiring in 2021 after 15 years of service. During that time, she has been effective in pastoral work, particularly among the women in the fellowship and wider community and also built-up strong external relationships which are feeding into the life of the church. We would now like to recruit someone who could engage in similar type work.

The position will be either full-time or part-time – to be agreed with the successful candidate.  

The salary package will be in the order of £20,000 (or pro-rata) and will be confirmed with the successful candidate depending on hours worked and experience. There is a possibility for housing to be included in the remuneration package in lieu of part of the salary.

We see this role as a vocation / calling rather than just ‘a job’. Prayerful commitment to the church beliefs and practices, together with personal integrity will be features that we expect of the successful candidate.

Church website:

We would welcome your CV and covering letter of application by the closing date of 31st August 2021.

Please send this to:

Ken Newberry, Church Secretary, 33 West Dhuhill Drive, Helensburgh, G84 8HR

Community Evangelist
Highgate International Church

Location: Based from 272 Archway Road, Highgate, London, N6 5AU

Finances: Part supported (accommodation) part self-supporting. 

Hours: Full-time, but happy to consider a part-time working arrangement for
the right candidate 

Here at Highgate International Church we have an opportunity for a Community Evangelist to serve God’s people and the wider community in North London in an exciting new season of development. We’re a church of around 35 adults, youth and children seeking to be a people after God’s own heart for the sake of the world. We long for people of all ages to discover Jesus, and we, too, want to love him more. In today’s complex world, that means learning and growing in new ways, becoming the new wineskins we need to be.

The three main responsibilities of this role are to:
-Championing the priority of the gospel in evangelism and missions
-Cultivating relationships and a healthy connection with our local communities, community interest groups and mission partners.
-Help lead the church in line with its core purpose for missions and discerning key priorities for regrowth and development.

So, if you’re bold and courageous, love people, and have a great heart for mission, why not take a look at the role?

Community Evangelist Role Description

If what you read ignites your imagination and stirs your spirit, then contact David Bell email: or by calling/leave a message on the mobile +44 (0) 7458306247 See also the website:

Youth & Families Leader
Mackintosh Church

Are you passionate about enabling families and children to develop and grow into a relationship with God and become all that they have the potential to be?

Are you a dynamic and proven leader with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a ‘people person’?

Do you have the vision and experience to see our ministry grow both in the church and the wider community?

We are looking for someone who is a follower of Jesus Christ. The person must have a sound knowledge of God’s word, the Bible and be someone who possesses both pastoral and evangelistic gifts. The successful candidate will be a good organiser and will be able to inspire, motivate and encourage church members serving the Lord in our children, young people and family ministries. The person will need to work with energy, enthusiasm and initiative and to fully engage with Mack’s Strategic Vision.

Working hours: By agreement with the successful candidate. But it is expected that the role will require a minimum of 30 hours per week (4 working days) and a maximum of 37.5 hours (full time).

Salary: £20,280 to £25,350. Please note this is an indicative salary and is dependent on qualifications, experience and contracted number of hours.

Further information about this role is available from Alistair McGhee. In the first instance please email Alistair at with Youth and Families Leader
as the subject of the email.  

To apply for this role please send us your CV and a letter of application. In your letter please set out your reasons for applying for this role while indicating how you meet its requirements.

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