WMC: January 2017
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN CENTRE
Under 5's Bake and Make Team Leader
Following the success of their Christmas Make and Bake activity programme for the Under 5s, the Cornerstone Christian Centre, Grove, are seeking a team leader to run a weekly event for this age group during term time on Thursday or Fridays from 9.30am to 11am.
Design weekly Christian-themed event alongside the Cornerstone Christian Centre. This should include a 'make' and a 'bake' element, time for refreshments and a biblical/Christian story or colouring.
Gather resources to run event, supported and funded by Cornerstone Christian Centre.
Run the weekly event with at least 1 helper, and/or run a team or helpers who support you with running the event within a set rota. If the latter, recruitment and management of the volunteer team will be required.
Keep a register of weekly attendees to be given to the Cornerstone manager at the end of each event.
Communicate events through Cornerstone Christian Centre Facebook page, email database (of regular attendees), and local churches, pre-schools/schools/toddler groups and community facilities e.g. local libraries.
Create a file/database of 2017 weekly activities which could be repeated in 2018.
Adhere to the Cornerstone Code of Conduct and complete any related induction, including DBS checks.
Please note this is a voluntary role.
Cornerstone Christian Centre would love to hear from you if you would like to help shape this exciting new role; whether in a team leader or helper capacity. Please contact Sarah Shrewing at email@example.com or on 01235 772280.
Cornerstone is a Christian Organisation run by four churches in Grove — St. John the Baptist Church of England, Grove Free Evangelical Church, Grove Methodist Church and Vale Elim Church.
Our Mission Statement says, 'The Cornerstone shall be a place where all will be welcomed and valued for who they are, not for what they can do, and where God shall be glorified in our dealings with each other.'
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