SOCIAL ACTION OFFICER
We are excited to announce a new role on the GA staff team – Social Action Officer. This is a part time position with the aim of supporting congregations and individuals across the Unitarian and Free Christian movement in making an impact in our social justice work. The Social Action Officer will be working in partnership with the Penal and Social Affairs Panel, a Unitarian group that has been active in promoting social justice issues for the last thirty years, expanding from its original focus on prison reform to stay abreast of the key issues affecting our society.
This is an exciting new role at a critical time, that will help Unitarians to make a bigger collective impact in creating a more just society. Please see job description for more information.
If you would like to apply, please submit your CV and a short covering letter outlining why you are interested in this role and what you would hope to bring to it. We are grateful to the Bowland Trust for their support of this role.
Deadline for applications: Monday 22 August 2022
MINISTER / LAY LEADER – MERSEYSIDE
The Merseyside Unitarian Ministry Partnership are currently seeking a minister or lay minister. If you are interesting in finding more about the lay opportunity please contact Richard Merritt.