|Salary:||£27,520 plus the following: a taxable housing allowance of £14,064, a book allowance of £776, an entertainment allowance of £156, a car allowance of £1,512, provision of Collegiate meals in term-time for the post-holder|
|Placed On:||16th March 2023|
|Closes:||28th April 2023|
St John’s College seeks to appoint a person of outstanding leadership, academic and teaching ability to serve as Director of Mission and Evangelism at Cranmer Hall, training Christlike missional leaders to live and share the good news of Jesus. Cranmer Hall has established a strong reputation for pioneering teaching and research in areas such as church planting and mixed ecology, and this appointment will develop this exciting work.
The post-holder will be responsible for teaching and supervising in Mission and Evangelism at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, including with students on our respected and popular DThM programme. Applicants should have a passion for, and experience of, fruitful mission and evangelism in the local church, together with a capacity to teach and support people for training for ministry in a variety of contexts.
Who we are
Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John’s College, offers theological training for Anglican ordinands, trainee Free Church ministers, and undergraduates and postgraduates studying theology, ministry and mission within a confessional context. Rooted in an evangelical tradition, Cranmer Hall has over the years proved a generous home for people training from a range of Christian backgrounds.
Cranmer Hall has a reputation for excellent theological education across a range of academic pathways, a rich experience of placements across the region and beyond, and a commitment to shared learning across a diverse community.
Our Vision and Purpose
Training in mission and evangelism has long held a central place in the training of students at Cranmer Hall and this remains the case across all pathways (residential, mixed-mode and Free Church Track). Such training is always applied: placement contexts that are rich in missional opportunity and challenge require students to be both deeply rooted in biblical and theological understandings of mission and practically experienced in missional and evangelistic skills across all ages. Cranmer Hall also has a particular vocation to serve as a centre for theological research and reflection on mission and evangelism. This is in line not only with the Vision and Strategy of the Church of England (where ‘mixed ecology’ is one of the three areas of focus) but also the wider needs of the church seeking to reach out with the good news of Christ.
For more information, please visit www.cranmerhall.com
Date for interviews: Friday 12th May 2023
Closing date: Midday, 28th April 2023
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