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Parish Nurse Vacancy – Part time Nursing in the community – Based at Tyndale Baptist Church, 2-4 Cressingham Road, Reading.

 Connecting with the health and spiritual needs of local people of Whitley, the Churches in South Reading are looking to employ a Registered Nurse to work with Tyndale Baptist Church Ministry team in providing a nursing service that integrates spiritual, physical, psychological, emotional and social health to the elderly in the local community of Whitley, regardless of their faith, gender or race.

Applicants must be willing to undertake the Parish Nursing Ministries UK training. For an application pack and full job description email: admin@tyndalereading.org.uk

 Closing date for applications Friday 17th November    Interviews w/c 27th November Appointment to commence Monday 8th January ,2018.    Successful applicant/s to contact  Parish Nurse Uk to arrange Training dates.

There is a genuine occupational requirement that the job holder must be a Christian.

 Parish Nursing Job description 

Job title:  Parish/ Community Nurse

Hours: 12 Hours per week Based on NHS Band 5 Pay Scale.

Responsibe to:  Minister of Tyndale Baptist Church

Accountable to : South Reading Church Leaders, Tyndale Baptist Church governance Body, Nursing & Midwifery Council, Spiritual & Professional Mentors

Partnered with : Parish Nursing Ministries, UK 

JOB PURPOSE :   To establish, accredit, and provide a sustainable parish nursing service that complies with national standards set by Parish Nursing Ministries UK and meets the Mission and the Vision of Tyndale Baptist Church and South Reading Churches together. The Parish/ Community Nurse will establish a high quality outreach service for older people in the Whitley Area who are at risk of isolation, offering interventions that improves and maintains holistic health and well being regardless of faith, religion, race, gender or background.

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Sanctuary Hosting, Information Day on Saturday 4th November  - Sanctuary Hosting runs a hosting scheme that houses homeless vulnerable migrants, refugees and asylum seekers (guests), by matching them with hosts in the local community. We are looking for kind-hearted members of the Berkshire Community to offer a room or sofa bed. Any amount of time you can offer would be gratefully received. To register interest and find out more, please email info@sanctuaryhosting.org or call 07818 555 986.

Learn4Life Prayer for Schools Meeting on Monday 6th November from 7.30-9.00 pm at Earley Christian Fellowship, 153 Wokingham Road, Reading, RG6 1LW. Parking is available at the church or on the road outside. Everyone is very welcome - we spend time praying for the schools around Reading, for schools work going on in different schools, for staff, students and anything else related to education locally!

Open talk on Mental Health and Well being, including Q & A session, with Dan Knowles, CEO of Oxfordshire Mind, on Thursday 9th November, 7.30pm at Park United Reform Church, 21 Palmer Park Avenue, Reading, RG6 1DN. This meeting is arranged by Churches Together in Earley and East Reading (CTEER) and all interested are welcome, especially those connected with mental health.  Refreshments will be served. For more information contact Gaye Rees on 01189 340907

Psalms for the Common Era: Metrical Psalms in Modern English for individuals, choirs and congregations.  Come and sing with a brand new translation by the Revd Dr Adam Carlill on Saturday, 11 November (9.30am – 4.30pm) at St Mary Magdalen Church, Kentwood Hill, Reading, RG31 6DR For details and to reserve a place contact Adam on 07753411989 or adamcarlill@me.com Bring a packed lunch and tea/coffee provided..

'Overcoming Anxiety' - a teaching day by Christine Ledger, registered counsellor, speaker and author, at Greyfriars Church, Friar Street, Reading, on Sat 11th November, 9.45.am - 4.00.pm.  Do you know anyone who struggles with anxiety?  Or have you experienced symptoms yourself? Join us for a day of learning, and be equipped to recognise & manage the symptoms. To reserve a place email: office@greyfriars.org.uk. or phone 0118-951-6700  No charge for the day  Refreshments provided, but bring your own lunch. PLEASE NOTE: This course will be led from a Christian and Biblical perspective.  The principles & material covered will be accessible & helpful to those with some or no faith.

"Loving our Muslim Neighbours” - Greyfriars Centre - 4.00pm Sunday 12th November. Harold and Nusrat will talk about their f/t work among Muslims in Reading.  The Mahabba Prayer Group has been praying twice monthly for Muslims in Reading for 4+ years.  Do come and learn about Mahabba (Arabic for ‘love’), Islam, reaching Muslims and praying for them. (Ring Harold on 07908 758547). [ Do arrange an invitation for these two to visit your church if you cannot come to this on 12th November.]

 A FREE Seminar on Family Healing is offered on Thursday, 16th November, during Alcohol Awareness Week, at The Renewal Centre, Church Road, Swallowfield RG7 1TJ. The Centre was created as a result of a family's trauma living with the effects of alcoholism, which requires specialised healing. The World Health Organisation in their Charter of 1995 states: 'members of their families have the right to accessible treatment and care'. Sessions, are led by Francis Lickerish (PGDip. Addiction Counselling. PG cert. CAC) who is a respected professional in the fields of adult addiction and family services and well-regarded for his depth of knowledge, experience and humanity.  More info and booking -  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/addiction-the-need-for-family-healing-nov-2017-tickets-37868871815

Prayer Group for the Persecuted Church meets monthly at Park United Reform Church, 21 Palmer Park Avenue, Reading, RG6 1DN. The next meeting will be on 17th November, 2.00-4.00.pm (and every 3rd Friday of the month) in the Small Hall. All those interested in joining this group are very welcome.

Reading AGLOW Encounter Evening  (Open Meeting – men also invited) on Monday 20th November,  at 7.30pm. at Southcote Christian Mission, RG30 3BL.  Speaker:  Graham Challand,.who grew up in a non-Christian home and became a Christian as a teenager.  He attends Kennet Valley Free Church and, until recently, served there as an Elder for many years.  He holds dearly to the Word of God and describes himself as an Evangelist at heart, who loves sharing the Gospel. We welcome all for friendship, encouragement and healing. Cost: £5 on the door, includes refreshments.  Free for first-timers. More info:  www.facebook.com/readingaglow

Biblical Creation – do you believe Genesis gives a valid historical account of how God created? Reading Creation Group, which seeks to promote faith in the God revealed in the Bible (especially the first few chapters), invites you to a meeting to discuss this on Monday 20th November at 7.45. for 8.00.pm at Three Mile Cross Church, Basingstoke Road, Three Mile Cross, RG7 1AT. For more information contact Russell Bayliss on 0118-967-8799 or russell.bayliss@ntlworld.com

Churches in Reading Women’s Centre Welcome Day on Tuesday 21 November from 1.00 – 3.00.pm at our new home at Emmanuel Methodist Church, 448 Oxford Road, Reading, RG30 1EE. Our mission is to provide companionship, a safe environment, good food and a listening ear for women from all our communities. Come to see what we do, and to think about women you know who might find the services we offer of value. There is a short service commissioning of the Centre and of its team of volunteers lead by Maria Howard of Emmanuel Church at 1 30 pm. Tea and cake provided. To help us with getting the right amount of cake (!), RSVP to  enquiries@cirwc.org.uk
 
Café Théologique  on Monday 27th November - Rt Rev Dr Stephen Croft (Bishop of Oxford): "Artificial Intelligence and Christian Faith” at Zero Degrees Bar, Bridge St, Reading, starting at 7.30pm.
 All welcome. No charge, no booking required.

"Standing in the Gap” – a free conference exploring the response of the Church to Mental Health, Homelessness and Poverty on 2nd December, 10.30.am – 2.30.pm at Lower Earley Baptist Church, Maiden Place, Lower Earley, RG6 3HE. The event will provide a great opportunity for Christians to discuss these issues together. We will also be launching two pieces of research - one focusing on mental health and the other on homelessness (locally and nationally). Our keynote speaker will be Martin Charlesworth who has written 'A Church for the Poor' and is leader of Jubilee Plus. To register email: mbarlow.fitc@gmail.com  Further information from Jeremy Sharpe on 07970-100131.

Why not camp together at New Wine Summer 2018 July - Week 1  28th July to Aug 3rd  Greyfriars and a number of other Reading churches have joined forces to camp together at New Wine. There have been other churches, who have camped separately and it would be so good to be together, maybe on the next door camping village if we are too many for one patch. I am happy to help co-ordinate and work towards this happening. Let me know. jill@wycliffe-church.org.uk 07543078258. See https://united.new-wine.org/week-1  It's cheaper if you book before end of November.

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Tyndale Baptist Church
2-4 Cressingham Road
Reading Berkshire RG2 7JE
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