Job Details

Type: permanent
Hours: full time
Location: Doncaster
Salary: Circa £30,000
Posted: 22 Jun 2021
Closes: 31 Jul 2021
Ref: P18062021-1902/BAWTRY

Important Requirements

Applications can only be considered from those who are UK citizens or who otherwise have a right to work in the UK.

You will need to be able to declare wholehearted acceptance of the FIEC doctrinal basis and agreement with the FIEC ethos statements.

Contact

Gordon Warnes (Elder)
[email protected]

Bawtry Community Church (BCC) is a small, friendly, evangelical church on the borders of South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. 

We are looking for a new Pastor to teach the Bible, provide pastoral care, lead church activities and outreach to the community, especially in the 20s – 40s age group.  The Pastor will work with the Elders and Deacons and alongside the Families & Community Worker, who together make up the Leadership Team.  The current Pastor will be retiring soon and may continue to be a member of the Church.

The post offered is a full-time permanent position to be confirmed after a probationary period.

Salary will be £30,000 per annum with a mutually agreed starting date.

For further information on the Church and about the job, visit  www.bawtrycommunitychurch.org/jobs. There you will find a job description, person specification and an application form, which you will need to download, re-name, fill in and email to [email protected]

If you would like to chat about this opportunity, please phone the Pastor, Ivor Greer, on 01302 719911 (answerphone), or contact him by email: [email protected]

Applications should be received by Saturday 31st July 2021.

This post carries an Occupational Requirement for the post holder to be a committed Christian under the Equality Act 2010 and is subject to an Enhanced DBS check. You will be required to present proof of your right to work in the United Kingdom.

Required Skills

See details on www.bawtrycommunitychurch.org/jobs

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