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Exciting opportunity to join the national Messy Church team as an intern for a year!

Could you be our next intern? This is a great opportunity to contribute to the Messy Church network locally and nationally. If you're between 18-23 and have been involved in a Messy Church, this is your chance to help the national team at BRF develop projects, build up social media, help with training, create resources and give your unique insights to team discussions.

The Methodist Church has generously made the resources available for the intern role this year. There will be opportunities to benefit from Methodist-led training and to contribute to the Methodist Connexion.

It is a part time role of 15 hours a week, starting in September 2019. You would be working from home anywhere in the Southern and Island region of the Methodist Connexion.

For a full job description and person specification, please go to https://www.messychurch.org.uk/messychurchintern

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