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We plan appointing a full-time Family & Youth Worker to help meet the needs of the growing numbers of families, children and young adults now coming to the church. Ideally starting in September, the salary range will be £20,000 — £24,000 depending upon qualifications and experience. Reporting to our minister, Rev. Helen Kirk, the successful applicant will have a small team for pastoral support to help ensure a healthy work-life balance.
We will be advertising and interviewing during the summer. If you know of anyone who might be interested or would like more details about the position, please email Peter Green at peterb.green@ntlworld.com

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