NEW VACANCY: Associate Youth Minister Role
1) a covering letter detailing your reasons for applying for the role and giving an account of your journey of faith; and
2) a full CV including educational attainment, and full employment history; and
3) contact details of 2 referees, one of whom to be a previous or current employer.
Any offer of employment will be subject to the completion of full DBS checks as part of our Safe Recruitment procedures.
Children's & youth ministry
Hi There. We're in the middle of re-designing the whole of the children and youth section on our website. If you can't find what you're looking for just get in touch.
If you want to find out about what’s going on with all the children’s and youth ministry that St Paul’s Church is involved with then this is a good place to start. On Sundays we have a range of groups for children and young people of all ages - from the babies in creche to the teenagers, there is something for everyone. We have a Wednesday toddler group, on Thursday nights we run a very popular youth group for younger youth called XL, and on Friday nights we are part of the Dorking-wide Youth Club, Soul Connect.
Just remember this isn’t all of it. There’s no record in here of family prayer times at home, pastoral care in the car on the way back from school or parents’ teaching times with their children. There’s also no mention of chats over a coffee with a youth leader, wise words from elders in the church at the end of a service, or the mountains of unrecorded prayer from house groups and individuals, that quietly ploughs into their young lives.
We also run trips, weekends away, movie nights and lots of seasonal events through the year.
St Paul’s has a full time Children’s and Youth Minister (Steve Henwood).
I might like to help...
There are dozens of ways to help with our Children and Youth work. It is a great privilege and a great responsibility so we make sure those who take on roles leading our groups get training and are all subject to a DBS check. If you’re thinking the only way to help involves wearing a hoodie, leading a Sunday group or being covered in pritt stick and glitter then think again. The children’s and youth ministry has an increasingly diverse range of needs, such as catering, tech, administration, Child protection etc. Or maybe you have a skill that we haven’t thought of. For more details talk to Steve Henwood.