Mission, Vision, Strategy and Values of HMCA
House of Mercy Christian Assembly (HMCA) exists to teach and live Biblical truth and be a place of unwavering commitment to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. That’s our mission, and it’s what we’re always striving to do.
Our vision is to reach the unchurched and to disciple believers to become thriving followers of Jesus. Specifically, ministry success looks like reaching 500 people in our next two years of ministry.
Our strategy is to seek, serve, and grow. As we worship, pray, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we seek the glory of God. For His glory, we serve and care for one another, our community, our nation, and our world. Part of this service is helping people grow in community and in a personal relationship with Jesus through our small group ministry
The mission of HMCA is to help people meet and follow Jesus. One of the ways we do this is by creating a Sunday morning environment appropriate for people who don’t have a lot of church experience. Host team members come alongside our guests offering both friendship and assistance as they begin attending Reimage Church and seek to become involved. Through friendship, conversation, and prayer, help each guest “connect to church life.”.
House Of Mercy Christian Assembly is a registered charity running events and activities for children and young people in East London. We will be running activities such as music and dance activities for young people during the school terms and holidays commencing from September.
As a Project Support Worker, you are required to facilitate the session and assist in supervising and engaging young people during activities/ workshops. You will help set up the place and tidy up after the session and carry out monitoring and sanitising tasks.
You need to be comfortable using a tablet to check attendance of students who have signed up for our activities and carry out basic admin tasks on the day.
You will also assist staff to prepare and pack food and distribute it to children and young people attending our activities.
We have sessions running on Saturdays from 10am-3pm, ideally 6 hours per week.
The role will be based at Gascoigne Primary School.
- Experience of working with children and young people is essential
- Enthusiastic and friendly
- Excellent IT skills
- Ability to carry out administrative tasks with excellent attention to detail
- Good communication skills and willing to be part of a team.
The role is available for volunteers aged 18 and above.
Interested? Please feel free to get in touch with our Volunteer Coordinator Anike, firstname.lastname@example.org, or via phone 0000 to get an application form. The recruitment process involves completing an application form, references and DBS checks. We will also have an informal discussion for us to learn more about you and your interest in volunteering for this role, as well as for you to find out more about us.