St James, Parish Church of Wetherby with Linton
'At the Heart of the Community'
in the historic market town of Wetherby
A very warm welcome!
a lively, friendly church with a variety of services to suit all ages and tastes.
We seek to follow Jesus Christ, to learn from him and be changed by his transforming presence.
The Church is complemented by the Church Room (large hall) and the very busy Church Centre
(former school), where a huge range of clubs, events and activities take place.
that you will come and join us and see for yourself how everyone is important,
from our tiniest toddlers to our eldest valued members.
We regularly run Alpha Courses
Please click on this link for details about the Alpha Course and how to register
your interest in attending one of our courses.
St James proudly supports
Wetherby Festival 16-24 October
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St James’ Wetherby with Linton
seeks to appoint a
Young People’s and Community Outreach Leader
to support, resource and expand the children’s and youth provision
of St James’ Church and to enable the church to reach out into the community
with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Experience of working with young people is essential.
24 hours per week, Salary £22,000 per annum pro rata
For further details please call the Priest in Charge: Brendan Giblin 01937 520951
For an application pack please email email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Friday 25 September
Interviews: Thursday 8 October
The post holder is required to be a communicant member of the Church of England
or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.
This post is exempt under paragraph 3 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.
The PCC of Wetherby with Linton supports and promotes the aims of the Church of England.
Why not consider a new and addictive pastime...
become a Bell Ringer for St James Church!
To find out more
Do you feel 'Called to Lead'?
The Young Vocations Champions from the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales along with colleagues in the Diocese of York have made a short film designed to encourage under 30s to consider ordained ministry. The production team was made up of younger clergy and film-makers in order toappeal to a younger demographic and it showcases the stories ofyounger clergy from across Yorkshire.
The film is called ‘Called to Lead’ and is available in both a 1 minute trailer
and a 13 minute short film on YouTube.
Main feature (13 mins): http://youtu.be/3_mGud-60HU
Trailer (1 min): http://youtu.be/-oSi5KjIJrI
Bishop Nick has also given the film his endorsement and writes:
“Every Christian has a vocation - that is, a call from God to live and tell the good news of Jesus Christ. This excellent film encourages young people to consider giving their life to ordained ministry in the church, leading others to be disciples and fulfil their vocation. I strongly commend it.”
Nick Baines, Bishop of Leeds