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New Wine Discipleship Year

We are offering Discipleship Year placements for the 2024/25 academic year.  The primary focus will be children’s ministry and youth ministry, as well as providing opportunities in a number of different ministry areas.  Placement includes attending the New Wine Discipleship Year Hub which meets weekly at St Paul’s during term time and brings together DY students from Churches across West London for a day of teaching, worship, ministry and relationship.

For more information about this opportunity at St Paul’s, please contact Karen Young (

For more information about NW Discipleship Year, click here

Children’s Worker

St Paul’s Ealing are looking to recruit a new children’s worker to lead and develop these ministries at St Paul’s. This is a role that could suit either someone who is looking to train on the job as a children’s worker or someone who is more experienced and looking for a new challenge. Therefore as part of the role, there will be the opportunity for study/training with the option of obtaining a qualification in children’s work.

This is an exciting opportunity for an inspirational and enthusiastic individual to plan, develop and grow a rewarding ministry.  This is a development role to build on the existing children and families ministry at St Paul’s and strategically grow it with particular emphasis on discipleship, evangelism and outreach.

You’ll join a friendly, committed and motivated team and be part of a resourcing church that is planting & revitalising churches in our locality and beyond. We are looking for someone who has a heart for seeing our children grow in faith and love of Jesus, as well as a caring nature, who can relate well to adults and children alike. You will have experience in leading children’s groups in a local church, as well as be able to work well with a good team of volunteers. You will add value through your creativity and ability to initiate as well as implement new ideas.

St Paul’s Ealing is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all those who are vulnerable.  We expect our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post requires that you are a committed Christian and successful appointment will be subject to references, DBS and you must have the right to work in the UK.

Salary £20-23k, accommodation is provided and training costs covered (e.g. Diploma/Degree at Cliff College)

For further information, please contact Chris Fox, Lead Pastor (

Click here for the Job Specification

Click here for the Application Form

Closing date for applications: 19 May.   Date for first stage interviews:4 June