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Work with Us

The Guild Church of St Katharine Cree is a church for all workers in the heart of the City of London. On a journey of renewal, we are building a church community where all are welcome and those working in occupations which are often low paid or precarious are at the centre of our church life. Would you like to come and work with us?

Vacancy: Saturday Site Assistant (Verger)

Saturday and Evenings Site Assistant (Verger)

7.5 hours per week at the London Living Wage (equivalent to £25,642pa) with the possibility of additional evening, weekend and daytime hours as required by agreement.


Deadline for application: 5pm on Monday 29th April 2024.


Our busiest days are Saturdays when, during term-time, we run English classes and conversation groups, a monthly service in Spanish, have regular hires in the Hall, are starting a community gardening group, and are exploring the possibility of family activities in the church. These activities are run by a team of volunteers and staff, coordinated by our Mission and Outreach Coordinator and overseen by the Priest-in-Charge. We need a new team member to join us to help Saturdays run smoothly, and to ensure the safety and security of the site and everyone using it.

This role could work alongside other jobs during the week, or might be a good fit if you are a student or recently retired for example.

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Vacancy: volunteer esol teacher (saturday mornings)

10am-12pm Saturday Mornings

2 hours per week (with the possibility of additional afternoon hours as required by agreement)


Deadline for application: 5pm on Tuesday 23rd May 2024.


We believe in the power of teaching English to enable migrant workers to build community, secure their rights, and live successful and fulfilling lives in London. We have a developing rhythm of regular and occasional worship, building partnerships with others across London, as well as new activities such as English classes.


We are looking for a volunteer ESOL Teacher for our free Saturday morning beginner class.

Working closely with the Outreach and Mission Co-ordinator, Kitty Lyons, and alongside other staff and volunteers, you will teach our English Language Classes with particular responsibility for the development of Beginner Level learners.

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If you are interested, please contact our Outreach and Mission Coordinator directly here:



There are lots of different opportunities developing at St Katharine Cree in which you might like to volunteer. Perhaps you want to help people learn English, or join our gardening group, or help with our Christmas fair, or help keep the church space lovely, or to help us start a new activity?

We ask anyone interested in volunteering with us to start that process with a conversation, where we can get to know you and what you are interested in before we discuss any specific opportunities or roles.

The best way to do this is to come to one of our times of prayer and introduce yourself to one of the team. Or, you can contact us.

Anyone who volunteers with us regularly has at least a DBS check and references appropriate to the role, as part of our safeguarding approach to ensure that we remain a community where all are welcome and safe.

Would you like to come and spend a team building day helping us here at St Katharine Cree?

There are lots of ways you can help: from helping tidy the garden, to repainting neglected areas of the building we are bringing back into use, to helping run CV coaching clinics for young people and those out of work who are applying for jobs.

We would love to hear from you and discuss what you could do as a team with us. Or, you can contact us.

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Would you like to experience a different kind of workplace ministry here in the City of London? Are you interested in pioneering new approaches to growing churches, so that we can reach every Londoner with the good news of Jesus Christ?

We are committed to supporting the development of new vocations, and the training of new leaders for the Church - including those called to ordained ministry.

Please get in touch with Revd Josh Harris, the Priest in Charge, if you'd like to spend time here on placement for any length of time as part of your training for ordained ministry in the Church of England.


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