Vacancy for Care Team Coordinator
Do you have a passion for providing excellent care services? Are you good at organising others? You could be the person we are looking for to join our care team providing high quality personal care to older Sisters based at our Convent in Derby.
You will be an experienced carer who is able to coordinate colleagues to ensure we provide care 24/7. The hours can be negotiated but we expect to offer a contract for 30 hours per week at £8 per hour.
You can download the job specification, person specification and application form below or telephone 01332 671716 (option 1). If you would like to discuss the role before applying please ring the Administrator on the same number.
It is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) as defined by the Equality Act 2010 that applicants must be women.
Closing date for applicants: 12 noon on Monday 20 October 2014.
It was a great joy to celebrate with Sisters Lisbeth and Vivienne Joy last Thursday on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of making their Profession under vows in CHN.
Sister Vivienne Joy had been able to spend a few days with her brother at the Convent the previous week and sister Lisbeth’s sister and brother-in-law came from Sweden for a short holiday encompassing the anniversary day itself.
The two golden girls received a special blessing at the end of the Thursday midday Eucharist and we sang the hymn ‘O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder’, which has a tune sung in Sweden.
How great thou art, how great thou art!!
No to Fracking
Sisters Jean Mary and Diana from the Community's Longsight house last Sunday attended the Service of Prayer for the Beginning of the Labour Party Conference held at St Ann's Church in Manchester City Centre.
As they approached Piccadilly Square after the service they came across a peaceful, but busy protest and were asked whether they agreed with fracking. On replying in the negative they were asked to carry this banner and were soon the focus of the camera's attention.
Fellowship Day September 2014
This annual gathering of those members of the Fellowship who were fit enough to travel was held on 6th September at the Convent.
This year our speaker spoke of her experience as a prison chaplain, and of working with those on the margins of society in a variety of circumstances. Her passionate message that we are all one in Christ - all with our part to play in building up the body of Christ, was challenging and led to further discussion over the lunch which followed.
The Fellowship Meeting after lunch enabled up-to-date news of the Community to be shared, as well as a report of the current activities of the Fellowship and a chance to share news of members who had not been able to attend this year.
A short period of quiet reflection preceded the celebration of the Eucharist, during which Sisters and FHN members were able to re-dedicate themslves to the service of God, in the power of the spirit, to the glory of the Holy Name of Jesus.
This year's magazine is still available to download.