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Position Available | Community Mission Catalyst

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Do you have a passion for community engagement and effective mission? Do you have experience in empowering churches towards mission and fostering strength in Kingdom growth?

Churches of Christ in Victoria and Tasmania (CCVT) is looking for an experienced leader and practitioner to serve in the role of Community Mission Catalyst. This full time role involves working as part of the Communities functional area of CCVT, (in close alignment with the Communities Team Leader) partnering with local  church leaders to support Churches and Agencies of CCVT that want to change and grow through outreach to their communities.

The successful candidate will be a practitioner who can inspire, coach, and build energy and movement with church leaders who are committed to the work of church and community transformation. To use a physical training metaphor, the Community Mission Catalyst will serve as a personal trainer, assisting the local Church or Agency to develop critical strength and capacity for fruit bearing mission. The candidate will have strong proven ability and success in equipping congregations and leaders for renewal, vision casting and ministry growth in leading mission and managing change.

A clear understanding of current context of CCVT, excellent communication skills, and a capacity to analyse complex situations and to coach others build practical programs and ministry responses for varied contexts are desirable.

The successful candidate will be (or willing to be) an Endorsed Minister within CCVT.

To express your interest and receive the Position Description, please contact Michael Vanderree, Communities Team Leader, (mvanderree@churchesofchrist.org.au or phone +61 3 9488 8800). Apply with your resume and a cover letter responding to the Position Description by 31st January 2019.



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