30th April 2018

In response to discussion between the Irish Mission administration and some Irish Mission elders, the Irish Mission Executive would like to extend an invitation to church members who are currently resident in the Irish Mission to apply for the position of Bible Worker (follow link for a brief job description and application form).

NOTE: This is a voluntary position with travel expenses paid. We will only consider application from members who are currently resident in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland.

The application can be made directly to the Irish Mission office: E-mail Pastor Dan Serb and send a copy to Marci Neal. The deadline is Sunday, 3 June.

All applicants would need to participate in a Bible Worker training programme that will be conducted by pastor Kirk Thomas, British Union Conference Evangelism Director during a weekend to be announced.

Once the training is concluded, the Mission, in consultation with the pastoral team and input from the local churches, will identify the areas of need within the Irish Mission and then advertise the respective posts. Interviews will then take place.

The Irish Mission continues to seek ways in which we can support the successful candidates and, so far, we envisage that all transport cost can be covered for the Bible Workers.

We plan to have the Bible workers active sometime in August/September and the commitment would be for one year with the possibility of extending the period of service.

We thank all those who will apply for their willingness to serve and assist us in fulfilling our mission to nurture and reach out within the territory of our Mission.

"But the Holy Spirit will come upon you and give you power. Then you will tell everyone about me in Jerusalem, in all Judea, in Samaria, and everywhere in the world." - Acts 1:8.

[Marci Neal]

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