As part of our vision at Grace Church, we are excited that we have created this new role as follows. Please share it with anyone who you think might be well suited and be in touch with Stuart@gracechurchexeter.org for further information.
Please see Job Description and Person Specification by clicking here
Andy Crouch describes the pandemic as winter weather. The Blizzard is the short intense season, the winter is the longer season that follows, and the ice age reflects the way that the world is changed.
Some of us are back into a bit of a blizzard with the closure of schools, the increase pressure on those of us who in the care sector and teachers having to adapt quickly to the new term.
It is important during moments like this that we make a little bit of extra effort to find each other. A little extra to reach out and hold hands and just checking in with each other goes a long way. I just want to encourage you to be extra attentive as visibility goes down a bit and intensity goes up for people through this next change.
As we kick off this term together, I just want to re-state and remind us of some of easy ways that we can do this together.
Are you needing help?Ask your community group…
All things reconciled
In this new era, we are committed to the same questions. How do we love God? How do we grow ourselves? How do we love others? How can we be just and generous? How can we find spiritual strength?
Lifting our eyes beyond the day to day we are asking you to consider the following colour and texture to our vision over the next 3 years.
We see these as ‘special features’ to our vision that would flavour and enhance our services and communities.
Our aims are: (1) Bring hope in recovery, (2) Build a path for family formation, (3) Buy a facility for a house of prayer & ministry.
1. Bring Hope in Recovery
Relief, wellbeing, new needs and old injustices are on the agenda. A challenge in this pandemic is to respond with care, sensitivity and creativity to love…