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Job Vacancy: YOUTH LEADER

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Lead Youth Worker for 20 hours a week* The Fountain of Life church are looking for a new lead youth worker.  The church is a growing Anglican church engaging in mission to the heartland  of Norfolk.  We are looking for someone with a  passion for God’s Kingdom and  young people;  to lead, pastor and develop our vibrant youth team and spearhead our discipleship and outreach amongst young people in...
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ASSISTANT CATERING MANAGER at City Centre Church

St Stephen’s Church, Norwich, wishes to appoint a part-time Assistant Catering Manager to support the work of the thriving Café, sometimes to take responsibility for running the Café, preparing the food, and managing volunteers. The Job Description and Person Specification can be downloaded by clicking HERE. Applications, including CV, should be sent by email to:bookings@ststephensnorwich.or...
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Father’s Heart Guide – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW!

Welcome! We are delighted to welcome you here for this weekend. Our hope is that you will meet with Father God in a fresh way during your time here and will return home with renewed vision and vigour to see God’s kingdom come in the places you live and work. We are running this event in association with New Wine and our vision is that our gathering will be a time of renewal and refreshment t...
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Westminster Theology Training for the Fountain Network

  WESTMINSTER THEOLOGICAL CENTRE Church history suggests that significant movements of God are stimulated by the combination of deepening foundations in theology, ministry and mission. Westminster Theological Centre (WTC) works in partnership with local churches to build these foundations by delivering dynamic, practical, mission-minded theological study in the presence and power of the H...
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Central Norwich church needs Children’s Work Co-ordinator

St Stephen's Church Norwich wishes to appoint a part-time Children's work Co-ordinator, to develop and manage outreach to children and families and to provide attractive and innovative ways of presenting the gospel alongside the thriving cafe. The Job description is here: Job Description Applications, including CV, should be sent by email to: madelinelight@googlemail....
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Healing at Fountain Network event

God heals member of Cloverfield Church of Anxiety and sleeping problems during Fountain Network event with Roy Godwin. Here's what they said: Well since that Saturday evening with Roy and "The Holy Spirit", I was healed............ hard to explain and I have not harped on about it to many people.  I felt like I was walking on air the first two weeks, and if honest, a tiny piece of me th...
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Father’s Heart 2016

  The Father’s Heart is an event for all ages organised by the Fountain Network in association with New Wine. It will be held at The Well Christian Centre, Ashill, on 24th – 26th June 2016. This weekend event has been designed to be as affordable and accessible as possible and we would love to encourage individuals and church groups from across the region to come along. The Father...
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Administrator Job at City Centre Growing Church

St Stephen’s Church, Norwich wish to appoint a part-time administrator, who will oversee the introduction and running of a new software system for administration of the church and Cafe, along with other administrative tasks.  The Job Description and Person Specification can be down-loaded from the website: www.ststephensnorwich.org  Applications, including CV, should be sent by email to: madel...
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Norwich: capital of the church’s radical campaign for country with a conscience…

Britain's most left wing, mainstream newspaper: 'The Guardian' or even it's Sunday equivalent 'The Observer' is the last place you would expect praise for the Kingdom of God, but after much talk in the upper echelons at Lambeth Palace about social action and the fight against a divided society, the Guardian visited one Fountain Network member to explore what is known (outside of Norwich) as the ...
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