New Wine Discipleship Year Students at the St Paul’s Ealing family of churches

Are you 18-24? A committed follower of Jesus? Wanting to grow, make a difference and invest in the lives of others? Applications are open for New Wine Discipleship Year students at St Paul’s Ealing, St John’s Ealing and St Mellitus Hanwell. We’re offering 3 full time DY placements where students will be based at a particular church but also serve across the family of churches. You will have opportunities in a number of ministry areas (including worship, media and social action) but in particular we are looking for people to serve in our kid’s and youth ministries. We provide accommodation with other DY students and young adults, and will provide some financial support including help with fees. Check out  Contact Ben Strain ( for more info.

Deadline for applications 20 May 2021 with interviews the following week.

Please apply through the New Wine Discipleship Year website:

St Paul’s Community Playschool Deputy Manager


St Paul’s Community Playschool is looking to recruit a Deputy Manager to work 4 mornings a week.

St Paul’s Community Playschool was set up by St Paul’s Church and is a well-established Christian preschool in the heart of Northfields. Children aged 2-5 learn through play in a safe, caring, nurturing, environment.

Applicants must hold a full and relevant Level 3 Early Years qualification or equivalent

Have experience of working in early years education or childcare

Have strong communication skills both written and verbal

Be sympathetic to the Christian ethos of Playschool and willing to participate in this aspect of our work

The role is subject to a satisfactory DBS check

If you are passionate about helping young children flourish and grow please contact Rebecca Myhan

Application closing date 28 May 2021

Job start July or September 2021 

*Playschool mobile is now 07594 647913


Ealing Soup Kitchen Co-Ordinator 

The soup kitchen has been running since 1973 serving the vulnerable and homeless in Ealing. Our vision is to provide them warm food in a safe environment. We aim to provide a befriending service and offer advice and support, with the objective of helping our guests to progress on their journey to becoming self-supported.

Our services include:
– hot food/soup and drinks every Saturday and Sunday at St John’s church, where each session is led by a different team of church-based volunteers. The Co-ordinator role is to provide continuity for our guests, engage with as many guests as possible and to monitor their needs.
– A Friday afternoon drop in at St John’s church for guests to obtain advice, access computers, use the church showers and when possible receive clothes.
– Hot food and drinks every Monday at the Salvation Army church delivered by a core team of non-church-based volunteers. The Co-ordinator role is to lead the team and ensure the service is effectively managed.

This role requires investing time with guests, building relationships and showing the compassion of Jesus, ensuring that ESK continues to be guided by Christian principles. The role holder will be a committed Christian and regular church attender. The role holder will be based at the St John’s church building and be part of St John’s leadership team, working with them in a shared office space

Job Description and how to apply – click here