Student Minister – All Saints’ Anglican Church

Posted: 15/09/22

About the Role

Student Minister

Part-time: 12hrs/week during term time

The Student Minister’s role is a placement undertaken while studying at Theological College. It enables the student to gain valuable ministry experience in a parish setting with a view to developing teaching, pastoral skills, serving and witnessing opportunities. The intent of the role is also to enable knowledge gained through College to be applied in the life of the church.

  1. Sunday Service 9:30 AM (~3 hours per Sunday, preparation time variable)
    • Lead and publicly participate in the Sunday gathering as required (including leading the service and preaching on occasion);
    • Other duties associated with the Sunday gathering are directed by the Vicar or delegate.
  2. Bible Study (~2 hours per fortnight)
    • Prepare for and co-lead a fortnightly Bible study
  3. Sunday school (~2 hours per month)
    • Prepare and lead Sunday school once a month during the Sunday service time
  4. Other duties
    • Participate in other duties across the Parish on occasion for learning purposes as overseen by the Vicar or delegate (e.g. pastoral visits, funerals, weddings, baptisms, Deanery meetings etc.)

About All Saints’ Anglican Church Mitcham

All Saints’ Mitcham (ASM) is a traditional Anglican church of mostly older people and we are now looking to build a foundation for the next stage in our history with Reformed Evangelical principles. Practically this means pastorally caring for the congregation, including a focus on Bible-based ministry (expository preaching, Sunday school, Bible studies). ASM also capitalises on our geographic location – we are in the middle of the Mitcham shopping strip, and close to the train station. ASM offers you valuable experience in revitalising a church so you will be more prepared for future ministry roles. We have two services – Sunday 9:30 am and Wednesday 11 am.

To Apply

For more information or to apply, please contact All Saints’ Anglican Church here.

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