Women's Ministry Coordinator (Women's Workers)

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Job Details

Type: permanent
Hours: part time
Salary: TBD
Posted: 02 Mar 2020
Closes: 24 Apr 2020
Ref: P02032020-1436/FIEC

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.

The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) exists to help Independent churches to work together to reach Britain for Christ.

A key part of our mission and ministry is to encourage biblical women’s ministry in FIEC churches. In recent years we have made significant progress in this regard, with more churches appointing women in ministry roles, meaning there is a broadening group of women’s workers across the FIEC family.

We’re now looking to appoint a Women’s Ministry Coordinator to continue to develop this vital area of ministry in our churches and support our growing group of women’s workers.

Required Skills

Working alongside our existing Women’s Ministry Coordinator for Ministry Wives, you will be experienced in encouraging women’s ministry in Independent churches, and will be keen to develop this ministry with the churches of the FIEC. You will be comfortable advising church leadership teams and will help to develop resources for women’s ministry in our churches. You will serve as a member of the wider FIEC Ministry Team and organise our annual conference for Women’s Workers called Thrive. The role will involve travel and a level of flexibility is required.

You will have a personal Christian faith and be in full agreement with our doctrinal basis and ethos statements.

If this is a role that you think you could serve in, please email [email protected] for an application pack.

Alternatively, to arrange an informal chat about the role, please email [email protected]

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