Children & Families Pastor Vacancy

Riverside Vineyard Church is looking for a great children & families pastor to be part of our growing church community.

We’re looking for someone to lead the church’s children’s & families ministry (0 to 11 year olds), working with & through a growing volunteer team of overseers, leaders & helpers. This person will carry the church’s vision into this area of ministry, helping us to be inwardly strong & outwardly focussed.

If you want to see children & families do really well in life & faith, we’d love to speak to you some more!

We’re looking for someone who:

  • is a committed follower of Jesus, and committed to the vision, values & leadership of Riverside Vineyard Church

  • has some previous experience working with children and/or young people, ideally in a church setting, and has a working knowledge of safeguarding

  • has a passion to equip children & families to be growing in faith, building healthy relationships, and to be living missionally

  • is able to lead ministry overseers, empowering their leadership and supporting them as they build & develop leaders & teams

  • is able to recruit leaders & team members, developing & empowering them through training, support & encouragement

  • is able to plan strategically & organise effectively for the smooth running & development of Sunday & non-Sunday ministry activities

  • communicates well in both larger settings and individual conversations, and has an appropriate level of computer skills & experience with social media


This role could be one full-time role or two part-time roles.


Riverside Vineyard was planted in 1988 and is based in Feltham, Middlesex.  We’re committed to helping people of all ages, cultures & backgrounds grow as passionate followers of Jesus, reaching out to those who don’t yet know God, and transforming our local communities with love, hope & compassion, in this area of West London.


To apply: Download an application pack below

Closing date for applications: Monday 12th June 2017

Interviews: Week commencing 19th June 2017