Rowheath Pavilion, in Bournville, the home of Pavilion Christian Community and of our FCC Offices, are currently recruiting a Wedding Coordinator to ensure the smooth operation and organisation of wedding ceremonies and receptions to the highest level of service from enquiry to planning, through to assisting with delivery.
- Remuneration £8.20 per hour.
- This is a 12 month post, part time 2 days a week.
- Closing date for applications Tuesday 10th October 2017
For an application pack email: email@example.com
Rowheath 7Pavilion- http://rowheathpavilion.co.uk
Pavilion Christian Community http://www.pavilionchurch.org.uk
For those in and around the West Midlands, our next FCC regional leaders’ meeting will take place on Friday 22nd September from 10.00am until 1.00pm at Global Community Church, Unit 8, The Square, 111, Broad Street, Birmingham B15 1AS.
Getting there: The Square is very close to the Five Ways junction: it is about 10 minutes walk from Five Ways railway station and numerous TWM bus services serve Broad Street.
We have invited our old friend Rev. Mike Royal to share with us about working in and engaging with our local communities.
We also look forward to welcoming new workers and hearing about what is happening across the region.
There will also be the opportunity to share and pray together.
Please let us know in the FCC Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday 15th September who will be attending from your church/ ministry.
The latest edition of the FCC Newsletter has just been published. It is a special European edition, including a report on our recent Leaders’ Conference, and reports on recent visits to mission partners in Poland and Romania.
Please share it with your church/ministry. It can be freely downloaded from the Newsletter page of this web site.
Each January, over 200 evangelists gather together for an opportunity to network and leave recommissioned for the year to fulfil their ministries.
Hosted by J.John and Andy Economides the next conference starts on Tuesday 9th January and concludes on Thursday 11th January 2018.
The conference provides an opportunity to take time to stop, reposition and reflect.
Here is the link for further information:
Many of you will know that Brian Jennings and Comfort Adjahoe-Jennings are currently in the U.K. There will be a prayer meeting for them and their work in Ghana on Thursday 15th June 2017, 7.30pm-9pm at Pavilion Church, Rowheath Pavilion, Heath Road, Bournville, Birmingham B30 1HH. All welcome.
Pavilion Christian Community in Bournville, Birmingham are seeking to employ a part-time Youth Co-ordinator—please e-mail email@example.com or visit:
http://www.pavilionchurch.org.uk/Groups/290436/Job_Opportunity.aspx for further details.
The latest edition of the FCC Newsletter has just been published. It contains reflections on our National Connect Conference, some good news stories from churches, helpful information and key resources to aid you in your mission and ministry. It can be freely downloaded from the Newsletter page of this web site.
We are delighted to announce that Rosalee Velloso Ewell has been appointed the new principal of Redcliffe College in Gloucester. She brings a wealth of multicultural experience and theological expertise to this role. Her husband Sam Ewell was ordained as an FCC minister in 2016. They are part of a new missional community in Birmingham called Companions for Hope which includes Timothy C Aho and Tammy LeRud Aho.
Here is the link for further information:
A great missional opportunity to connect with dads:
Who Let The Dads Out? is a growing movement that resources churches to reach out to dads, father figures and their children. We believe that to ‘turn the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers’ (Malachi 4:6, NIV 1984) is a powerful way ‘to make ready a people prepared for the Lord’ (Luke 1:17).
We want to see churches creating spaces where dads, father figures and their children can have fun together, and is founded on the Christian principle of wanting to demonstrate God’s love to communities.