St Matthew's is an Anglican (Church of England) church about half a mile south of the city centre in Oxford.
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Children and Families Worker at St Matthew's and St Luke's Churches, Oxford
We are seeking a Children and Families Worker to lead our established children and families work in two very diverse churches in South Oxford, with a focus on children aged 0-11 and their families. We are looking for an enthusiastic, faith-filled person to work alongside our youthworker and clergy in both churches. The post offers great opportunities to develop and gain experience in children and families work as well as scope to develop new ways of reaching out to children and families in the community.
Salary: £20,000 - £24,000 pa, reviewed annually. Pension contribution 6%
Hours: 37.5 per week
Employment: permanent contract
There is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder has a Christian faith. The post is offered subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from The Disclosure and Barring Service.
To request an application pack please contact Rosemary Kitto, Office Manager, St Matthew’s Church, Marlborough Road, Oxford, OX1 4LW.
Email: email@example.com. Tel 01865 798587.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 24 September 2017.
Visit churches Sunday 8 October
Interview date Monday 9 October
For more details of our CAP involvement click here.
Home Groups meet in the homes of church members around the city - some weekly, some fortnightly - on either Tuesday or Wednesday evenings. Each group decides its own programme, which may include Bible study, discussion topics, shared meals and prayer. The groups aim to provide friendship and support in a Christian context and are a great way to get to know other church members. Most groups are open to people of all ages; however, one group, Right Side, is specifically aimed at people in their 20s and 30s. For further information about the groups, or if you are interested in joining a group, please either talk to Phil Sutton after Sunday Worship or else contact her through the church office.
We keep a Community Emergency Food box which is now situated on the side tables by the Church Kitchen; suitable goods are always welcome.
Growing church, sharing Jesus, in the heart of our community.