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St Silas is a growing, Bible-believing Anglican church in the heart of the west end of Glasgow. We are looking for a youth and children’s minister to join the team and oversee this growing and vital area of ministry for our church family. We currently have around 60 children in the church family, with a small but growing number hitting Secondary School/teenaged years.

Particular responsibilities would include, under the Rector:

Overseeing and developing our children’s ministry and our youth ministry, including direct personal involvement, raising up and training leaders, co-ordinating the leadership team, and providing teaching resources.

Setting up and overseeing age-specific groups beyond our Sunday services, as appropriate, with the aims of discipling our children and young people, and enabling and equipping them to invite their friends to experience and explore the Christian faith.

Setting up and overseeing holiday outreach and discipleship initiatives, such as a St Silas holiday club, and involvement in leadership of an SU holiday-type venture; and

Assisting with the leadership and planning of Sunday all-age services and teaching.

This role could be combined with continued formal theological and ministry training, if desired, or would be suitable for somebody who is already qualified and experienced. We envisage this as a full time role, but would be willing to explore the possibility with somebody of a part time position.

Apply by 21st April. For more information, an informal enquiry, and/or to make an application, please contact the Rector, Martin Ayers, via the church office: 0141 337 2276 or




The Community Worker will be employed by Auldhouse Community Church (in the Southside of Glasgow).

The post will be based in and operate out of Auldhouse Community Church. The overall purpose of the role of the Community Worker is to identify and respond to opportunities for the church to effectively contribute to meeting the needs of the wider community through the use of their facilities, the commitment of their resources and members, and through other local partnerships.

A primary focus of this post is to support the existing projects currently taking place from the church into the local community - either relating to food, issues of food poverty or hospitality. As an example of this, the church currently runs a weekly lunch and foodbank ministry (known as “Care & Share”) and a community café (known as “Lighthouse”) where we seek to connect with local residents and to serve them.

Description of role:

The scope of this role would include some of the following:

  • Engaging with the local residents and identify how the church can play a role in helping to meet different needs in the area.
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with key public sector partners across the neighbourhood.
  • Networking with local community groups and organisations in identifying and meeting the needs of the wider community.
  • Getting to know church leaders and congregations within the local area to identify opportunities to help the local community by sharing our resources and volunteers.

More specifically, we anticipate the worker will be able to:

  • Come alongside, listen to and assist disadvantaged people in our local community, with whom we have made contact, who may   require help, support, advice and practical care in a range of issues they might be struggling with.
  • Communicate and advertise various church projects in the wider and local community.
  • Work alongside teams of volunteers from within our church and community.
  • Maintain accurate administrative records and data.

Person specification:

 Essential qualities:

  1. A person who is a practising Christian with a living and active faith.
  2. Commitment to working with those who are among the poorest and most disadvantaged in our society.
  3. Ability to work well in a team and delivering practical care to others.
  4. Good people and relational skills.
  5. Good administrative and marketing skills.
  6. Competent computer literacy.

Desirable qualities:

  1. Knowledge of the work and need for foodbanks together with an awareness of the issues surrounding food poverty.  
  2. Knowledge of and some experience with the diverse challenges facing people in our society today.
  3. Able to drive and has their own vehicle.

Terms and conditions:

The person will be working alongside and responsible to the church pastor.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will hold a qualification and be experienced in social and community work.

Salary & Hours: The contract will initially be for 8 hrs a week at £14.00 per hour. Our hope is that the position can be extended in the future to more hours per week as funding becomes available.

Applications for the post should be e-mailed to Don Palmer (  Please also send a CV, the names and addresses of two referees, and a letter of up to 500 words stating clearly who you are, your work experience and indicating how you have the necessary skills and experience to fulfil the purpose, main duties and person specifications of this post. If you are currently employed, one of the referees must be from your place of employment.

The deadline for applications to be received is: 30th April, 2017.

Interviews will take place at Auldhouse Community Church, 51 Netherauldhouse Road, Auldhouse, Glasgow G43 2XG on: Friday 12th May, 2017. If selected for interview, you will be informed of a time to attend.




Salary - £15,500 - £17,250 pro rata, depending on experience and qualifications plus 5% pension contribution

Contract - Part Time (Permanent) 17.5 per week, subject to negotiation

Stirling Baptist Church is a growing evangelical church based right in the heart of Stirling city centre with a wide range of ministries reflecting its commitment to be a “Spirit-filled and empowered witnessing community.”

We are looking for a Children's Worker to be part of our Under 25's Team. They need to be passionate about investing in 0-12 year-olds from a broad range of backgrounds and seeing their lives transformed. This person would lead an amazing team within our well developed children's ministry. 

The successful candidate will have:

  • A vibrant and consistent personal faith in Jesus
  • Passion for and experience of working with children within a mission and discipleship context
  • Ability to lead and work well in a team
  • Excellent communication skills

Closing date for applications is 15th May 2017. Interviews will be the week beginning 5th June 2017.

For further information please visit For an application form please contact our Church Office on 01786 450581 or