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Position available for Ministry Formation Coordinator at Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership (KCML) in New Zealand

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Ministry Formation Coordinator (0.6, fixed term, 12 months)

Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership (KCML) was established in 2007. Its primary purpose is to form ministers and individuals for service and leadership in the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand. As well as training people for National Ordained Ministry, KCML provides resources for Local Ordained Ministers, Local Ministry Teams and other recognised ministries in the Church. We support synods, presbyteries and congregations in their leadership development and help resource continuing ministry formation among the Presbyterian Church’s ministers and elders.

We need a Ministry FormationFieldwork Co-ordinator to

  1. Contribute to teaching and formation in ordination programmes and processes
  2. Take responsibility to co-ordinate and teach in at least two areas of
  • mission in communities
  • worship
  • theological reflection
  1. Educational resourcing for the whole people of God
  2. Other responsibilities as required and in consultation with the Principal of KCML.

Applications close 5 pm, Thursday 10 September, interviews are planned for 18 September, 2020.  We hope the successful applicant can start 15 November 2020, or as soon as possible thereafter.

Enquiries to Steve Taylor, principal@knoxcentre.ac.nz.

Warmly

Steve

Rev Dr Steve Taylor

Principal, Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership

Senior Lecturer, Department of Theology, Flinders University : Teaching Fellow, University of Otago

Latest research publication: “A COVID Christology,” Stimulus (online at https://hail.to/laidlaw-college/publication/1tI5uq8/article/7aaI8MP).

Author First Expressions – available from author or online – https://scmpress.hymnsam.co.uk/books/9780334058472/first-expressions

“impressed with the theological analysis ..  grateful ..  for your insightful comments .. [First Expressions is] an important book.” – Rowan Williams

“As we move from a ‘knowledge economy’ to a ‘wisdom economy’, books like First Expressions are crucial.” — Andrew Dutney, Professor of Theology, Flinders University, Australia

Contact details:

principal@knoxcentre.ac.nz
Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership
Knox College, Arden Street, Opoho, Dunedin 9010

DD!: 03 473 0784

Cell: +64 22 155 2427

Blog: www.emergentkiwi.org.nz

Twitter: @emergentkiwi


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