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Assistant Minister, Garrison Church

Church Hill Anglican
Location: Millers Point, NSW
Date advertised: 10th November 2021
Job Type: Full time
Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found

The Parish of Church Hill is seeking expressions of interest for the position of Assistant Minister responsible for the Garrison Church and City Ministry. The position is available from as early as 1 February 2022, or as soon as the successful candidate becomes available. Church Hill seeks to ‘fill the City with Christ’s Gospel’ from our two centres: St Philip’s (York Street in the City) and Holy Trinity (the Garrison Church in Miller’s Point).

The Assistant Minister will be an integral part of the leadership team, responsible for the ministry based at the Garrison Church. The ministry tasks will be determined, after prayer and dialogue, by their gifts and experience. The successful candidate will work with the Rector towards the vision and mission set by him, the staff and Parish Council, and will have a responsibility for innovative ministry and creative leadership from the Garrison Church in particular, and the City in general.

The successful applicant will need to be a committed, evangelical Christian, humble (to work on a team), joyful (to enhance the team), hardworking, an example to the Garrison congregations, a teacher of God’s word, an evangelist to the lost, faithful to the gospel and fruitful in a similar role.

The ministry priorities for our new team member may include:

  • To consider how the Garrison Church might be used to ‘fill the City with Christ’s teaching’ (Acts 5:2). The successful candidate will be looking to grow new gospel communities for the residents of Miller’s Point and Dawes Point and to the City.
  • To lead and to grow the ministry at the Garrison Church, working with the Rector (who will help with preaching as arranged) and the Music Director (with Service Formation and Music). The successful candidate will have primary pastoral, evangelistic and training oversight of the Garrison, while working within the vision and mission of the Parish.
  • To preach at the Garrison Church, and St Philip’s from time to time, after prayer and planning.
  • To assist the staff with theological depth and insight, with a view to serving and speaking to the city with good, practical gospel resources.
  • To contribute to whole church activities as they arise.
  • To organise (although not necessarily lead) five or six Military commemorative services and to consider their future.

There will be other possibilities, but these will be set as we pray with the potential applicants.

In recognition of the candidate’s senior role in the ministry of the church, Church Hill will remunerate the position in line with the Anglican Church of Sydney’s guidelines for stipend and allowances of an Assistant Minister.

Potential opportunities

  • Speaking and reaching the City Workers.
  • Writing and thought leadership.

Expectations of the Candidate

  • Experience in pastoral ministry and preaching.
  • Ability to lead a team of lay people.
  • Theological qualification, and possibly ordination.
  • A current and verified Working with Children Check and up to date Safe Ministry Training.

Skills required for the role

  • A demonstrated ability to build teams and start new initiatives.
  • A proven ability to develop a congregational strategic plan and implement it.
  • Strong communication skills, including preaching.
  • An ability to work autonomously.
  • Creativity.
  • A healthy EQ.

Line of Responsibility
This role represents an important leadership position at Church Hill and will report to the Rector, Justin Moffatt.

Time Commitment
This is a full-time position, but it could be negotiated.

Please send your application, CV and the contact details of two referees to kylie@churchhillanglican.com

Applications sought by Tuesday 30th November, although we will keep the position open until a suitable candidate is found.


 

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