Other Service Opportunities

From time to time other oppotunities to serve will appear below or can be accessed from the menu on the left.

It is expected that most of these will be volunteer appointments, but it will be clearly stated if remuneration is available.

UEA Free Church Chaplaincy Vacancy

Free Church Chaplaincy - University of East Anglia

The University of East Anglia in Norwich is seeking to appoint an ordained Free Church Minister to work as a part-time Chaplain and be part of their Chaplaincy Team based within the Multi Faith Centre at the University.

The Chaplaincy operates as an integrated team providing an engaged and professional ministry to students at the University and offering an open and inclusive service to people of all faiths and none.

The successful candidate will be someone with good personal, pastoral, communication and management skills and who is able to work both individually and as part of a team.

The post is for 20 hours a week and will be remunerated in accordance with the arrangements of the denomination to which the successful candidate belongs.

To be considered for shortlisting, candidates will need to provide a full CV and in their written application address each of the points in the Person Specification, giving details and examples of their experience along with an indication of the level of their competence in each area.

The Person Specification and further details about the role can be obtained from This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (on behalf of the Free Church Chaplaincy Support Group) to whom applications should also be submitted. In addition, please contact Keir on 01603-452550 for further information about the role.

The closing date for applications is 16th November 2019.

Hope Cambridge Volunteer Vacancies

hope-cambridge-smallView the Hope website link below to view all details of the current volunteer vacancies in churches/organisations in the area.

NightLite - Volunteer Care Team - Street Pastors
Drawn from local churches, Street Pastor volunteers patrol the streets in the centre of Cambridge from 10pm to 4am each Friday and Saturday night to help those in difficulty without judgement or discrimination. Well trained and fully equipped, the Street Pastors aim to provide a listening ear, practical help and Christian concern for all people, whether upset or sick or needing someone to talk to. Our sister project Nightlite (based in St Columbas Church Downing Street) also provides a safe place for people to wait, recover, find a listening ear or just chill out.        Website: Cambridge Street Pastors

Jimmy's Night Shelter
Jimmy's Night Shelter is heavily dependant on a wonderful volunteer team who support staff, serve meals, clear up, help make our guests comfortable and generally keep everything running smoothly. We are currently having a hard time filling volunteer shifts. Would you like to try out a shift or two, to both help us out and to give you a greater insight into the work of Jimmy's? And of course we'd be delighted if you were able to join us on a more permanent basis, working with us in a way that's convenient to you: weekly, fortnightly or monthly turns.     

Wintercomfort
Clothing Store Co-ordinator
Wintercomfort based on Victoria Avenue is the daycentre providing a range of support services to the homeless of Cambridge. A great opportunity to serve this project in a practical way whilst making contact with many of their service users has been announced. The clothing store based at the centre requires a coordinator to manage donated clothes and ensure the store is well organised - someone willing to give two daytime sessions a week (days and hours to be agreed) would be ideal but other offers would be considered.

Volunteer Hairdresser Wanted - Wintercomfort are looking for an experienced hairdresser to offer haircuts to their freshly shampooed clients on one or two mornings per month. We can supply clippers. Open mind and sense of humour essential.  

Website:  Wintercomfort   Interested volunteers should e-mail:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or telephone  01223 518140

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