The Liverpool Methodist District is seeking to appoint a District Mission & Evangelism Facilitator.
This appointment will play a leading role in supporting circuits and churches to emerge from the COVID1-19 pandemic recognising how the church and the world have been changed. It will encourage and equip churches to build on their discoveries and embrace new opportunities for mission in a transformed world.
The appointment is focussed on enabling leaders (ordained and lay) to develop cohesive mission plans that will increase the capacity for mission and evangelism with due regard to the priorities identified by the District, and in line with Connexional policies and initiatives, notably “Priorities for the Methodist Church” and the emerging “God for All – Evangelism and Growth Strategy.”
This is a permanent part time (0.5 FTE) appointment open to lay or ordained people with a requirement for flexible working.
For Role Description and Person Specification please click here: District MEF Revised role description – SC Nov 2020
If you wish to apply for the role of Mission & Evangelism Facilitator please click here for Application Form: MEF Application Form Nov 20
Please complete the Equality & Diversity Form here to return with your application: equality_and_diversity_monitoring_form
Please submit completed application forms, describing how you demonstrate the skills and experience required, together with CV details and the names and addresses of two referees by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants who previously applied are welcome to re-apply if they can demonstrate the full range of requirements of the person specification.
All applications must be received by noon on Tuesday 5th January 2021. Shortlisting will take place by Friday 8th January and interviews for the short-listed candidates will be held on either Thursday 14th or Friday 15th January (by Zoom if face-to-face remains unavailable). The appointment will commence, by negotiation, as soon as possible thereafter (subject to DBS Disclosure and satisfactory references).