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Worship Pastor Vacancy

We are currently looking to recruit a full-time Worship Pastor to join the team here at HTR from September 2022. This is a crucial and important role in our Staff Team that is key to shaping our church's vision with regard to worship.

We are looking for:

A passionate disciple of Jesus filled with the Spirit and sustained by God’s grace 
A person with a clear passion with a heart for worship and for leading others to experience more of the presence of God
Someone with excellent musical and instrumental abilities, and experience in leading worship
A self-starter who has the ability to exercise leadership, take initiative and accept responsibility

Holy Trinity is an evangelical church that aspires to be a church with an open door, reaching out with God’s love and power, and helping one another live for Jesus. We believe that the Good News of Jesus is a message of hope for people of all ages and that meeting Him will be life-changing. We believe that God’s Spirit and word are active today, helping us to know Him personally and empowering us to minister for Him.

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To apply, please complete an Application Form and Confidential Declaration Form and send them to Liz Morris (office@htrichmond.org.uk)

Click here to download an Application Form (Word format)
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Click here to download a Confidential Declaration Form (Word format)
Click here to download a Confidential Declaration Form (PDF format)

You will be expected to be, or to become, a member of the worshipping community at Holy Trinity. There is an Occupational Requirement that the post holder is a Christian. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and would be offered subject to all appropriate safeguarding checks, satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

If you have any queries or would like to talk through the details of the role, do get in touch via office@htrichmond.org.uk, nico.marais@htrichmond.org.uk or call us on 020 8404 1112.