Accompanied Ministry Development (AMD) Facilitator
Accompanied Ministry Development is a key part of the Diocese of Truro’s strategy, Confidence in the Gospel. It is our way of investing in clergy, parishes and deaneries to encourage discipleship and enable mission. The aim of Accompanied Ministry Development is: ‘To encourage, bless and challenge the People of God as we discover God’s Kingdom and grow the Church’.
The main purpose of the role of AMD Facilitator is to support the delivery of Accompanied Ministry Development (AMD) with a focus on developing and facilitating AMD events for clergy and laity.
- Assisting in the development of resources for use by the AMD programme
- In partnership with others, facilitating and leading AMD events, including Clergy Colleges, Local Leaders’ Colleges and Ministry Development Team Days.
- Delivering sessions within the AMD programme to clergy and laity
- Liaising with venue staff as the point of contact during events to ensure the smooth running of the event.
Some evening and weekend work will be required.
Please apply using the Diocese of Truro approved form which is available to download at the bottom of this advert and is also available on our diocesan website.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Sally Piper on 01872 360033 or email email@example.com or Kate Cortez of the Diocese of Truro on 01872 360030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate will be qualified to degree level, have experience of facilitating learning with adults, ideally with a “Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector” (PTLLS) or equivalent qualification and a level of theological knowledge.
It is not a requirement for the post-holder to be a member of the Church of England although the candidate must be a practising Christian, committed to the aims of the Accompanied Ministry Development programme and be willing to learn about the culture of church life.
The Diocese of Truro and the Isles of Scilly includes over 300 churches in more than 200 parishes across the whole of Cornwall (plus two in Devon) and the Isles of Scilly, an area of 1,370 square miles.