Women's Worker

Ebenezer Chapel

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Job Details

Type: contract
Hours: part time
Location: Liverpool
Salary: £12k (plus a budget to pay for training)
Posted: 28 Feb 2022
Closes: 26 Aug 2022
Ref: C28022022-1008/EBENEZER

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

Pete Gower (Pastor)
[email protected]

Ebenezer Chapel is a church revitalisation in a deprived area of north Liverpool. By God's grace we are now a growing church family made up of people of all ages, aspiring to be a gospel-centred community serving Walton and north Liverpool.

We are seeking to employ a women’s worker to help develop our ministry among women, where we have many opportunities for evangelism and discipleship. 

The role would involve developing and co-ordinating a strategy for evangelism, discipleship and training.

This is initially a 2-year contract for a part-time ministry role (~3 days per week), though we would love the applicant to be willing to give some time to further training and development. (We would welcome applicants interested in working full-time, but the applicant would need to raise a portion of their salary themselves.) 

Required Skills

This is a brand new role for the church, and so the applicant would need to have the vision and self-motivation to substantially develop the role themselves, according to the opportunities the Lord gives and the gifts of the applicant.

Our ideal candidate who would be a Christian woman with:

  • a godly character and high level of motivation.
  • a heart to make disciples through the ministry of the word and prayer.
  • a willingness to serve joyfully and sacrificially.
  • a passion to share and apply the gospel with women.
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