Swansea and Gower Methodist Circuit

‘We preach Christ crucified’ 1 Corinthians Ch1 v23

 

Swansea and Gower Methodist Circuit - ‘We preach Christ crucified’ 1 Corinthians Ch1 v23

Part-time job opportunities

The Swansea and Gower Methodist Church Circuit have received funding for 5 years to employ

  1. a Project Coordinator (20 hours a week) (Starting salary £8840 per year)(Pro rata £17,680 per year based on 40 hour week)
  2. an Assistant Project Coordinator (15 hours a week)(Starting salary £6630 per year) (Pro rata £17,680 per year based on 40 hour week)

at Ogof Adullam, a drop in centre open 3 evenings a week, to offer a ‘place of refuge’ to individuals experiencing homelessness, alcohol and drug addiction as well as providing a point of contact for prison leavers and asylum seekers. It is intended as a safe place free of outside external interferences where guests can develop safe, secure and loving relationships in a Christian environment.  The Project is based in Brunswick Methodist Church, St Helen’s Road, Swansea.

More details of Ogof Adullam can be found on Swansea and Gower Web site www.swanseamethodist.org.uk  and Ogof Adullam Web site www.ogofadullam.org.uk  and Ogof Adullam Facebook site.

For more information about the jobs and application forms email ogofadullamjobs@gmail.com or write to Ogof Adullam, c/o 50 Derwen Fawr Road, Sketty, Swansea, SA2 8AQ

Completed applications should be sent to Ogof Adullam, c/o 50 Derwen Fawr Road, Sketty, Swansea, SA2 8AQ

Closing date for applications is Friday 21st October 2016

Interview date is Monday 7th November 2016

Ogof Adullam – What is that?

Ogof Adullam – What is that? Well it’s the name of a new Drop-In Centre project that Huw Davies and circuit officers are setting up at our Brunswick Church on St Helen’s Road, Swansea.  The centre will open three evenings a week (Mon, Wed, Sat – 5.00p.m to 9.00p.m) offering a  ‘place of refuge’ to individuals experiencing homelessness and alcohol and drug addiction as well as providing a point of contact for prison leavers and asylum seekers. It is intended as a safe place free of outside external interferences where these individuals can develop safe, secure and loving relationships in a Christian environment.As Christians we aim to show the love of Jesus and to help and empower these individuals to turn their lives around and to become all God intended them to be.

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