Archives for: October 2019

There were 3 posts published in October 2019.

PrayerMate the award-winning prayer app

Helping you to pray faithfully & widely

Prayer is an amazing privilege, but it’s also really hard work (the apostle Paul compares it to a wrestling match!) PrayerMate is an award-winning Christian prayer app that seeks to help you actually pray for all the people and causes you care about.

PrayerMate brings all your prayer points together. Whether it’s your personal prayer points for friends and family, regular updates from some fantastic mission organisations, or the latest PDF prayer letter that just arrived in your inbox, PrayerMate puts it all together in one place and helps you get on and pray.

Check out their website https://www.prayermate.net/

Training in Mission Programme

The Council for World Mission is inviting applications for next year’s Training in Mission programme (TIM). This programme will be held in New Zealand, Fiji, South Korea and Jamaica, which is fully funded by CWM, is open for all interested applicants aged 18 to 30 years old at the start of the programme, single and not an ordained minister (a maximum of two Presbyterian members can be selected).

TIM promotes leadership and service to the church and Christian mission, by providing opportunity for a group of young people from CWM member churches around the world to learn about mission in theory and in practice through classes, exposure visits, projects and hands-on work in various contexts for 6 ½ months. This could be an excellent gap year option, or an opportunity for someone who is considering a change of direction and would like to learn about mission and theology in a multicultural context.

Download the Training in Mission programme brief and Training in Mission application form here. For further information about TIM contact Global Mission Coordinator Phil King.

FT Youth Ministry Position – WANGANUI

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

WANGANUI—Youth Ministry Position

The aim of our church is to know Christ and make him known. We are Biblically focused and Christ-centred. We seek a youth pastor with a similar motivation plus good timekeeping and self-motivating qualities who will connect primarily with our 12-18 year olds. Our congregation is situated in a growing picturesque provincial city in the SW of the North Island.

This is a fulltime position and remuneration is according to the pay scales recommended by Presbyterian Youth Ministries. Enquiries in the first instance along with supporting CV should be sent to: The Minister, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 42 Glasgow Street, WANGANUI 4500. E-mail: revswvanos@gmail.com (Revd. Stephan van Os) or our Session Clerk (Jenny O’Leary) moleary@orcon.net.nz Closing date for applications 31st October 2019.