Restore Hope is a Christian charity passionate about seeing lives and communities transformed. We focus on inspiring, training and equipping families to fulfil their potential. Set in the beautiful Chess Valley, Restore Hope offers activities indoors and out throughout the year.
Our aim is to see hope restored to as many families as possible – we know that ultimately true hope is found in Jesus and so we are looking for the right people to join our INVEST Programme.
WHAT DOES THE PROGRAMME LOOK LIKE?
INVEST IN OTHERS>INVEST IN YOURSELF>BE INVESTED IN
We see the INVEST programme as a great opportunity to explore new interests, grow existing skills and invest in your faith. As part of the programme, you will have the opportunity to go to Catch the Fire School of Ministry (which will require a separate application process – link below) on a weekly basis – this will give you a chance to grow in your leadership skills, as well as exploring and deepening your relationship with God.
Throughout the programme you will be well supported by your line manager, mentor and also the INVEST manager. You be fully embraced as part of the team and fully integrated into life at Restore Hope. As well as being supported by the team, you will be encouraged and guided in searching for a local Church to attend during your time here.
Eight reasons to invest:
- Tailor-made year to suit your interest & skills
- One day per week leadership training at Catch the Fire School of Ministry
- Enjoy our stunning, 360 acre Country Estate
- Experience working for a Christian charity
- Accommodation options
- Personal mentoring
- Be part of a prayer and worship culture
- Expenses paid
To apply for the INVEST Programme click here – INVEST APPLICATION FORM 2019 2
To fill in the separate application for the Catch the Fire School of Ministry, please follow this link – https://form.jotformeu.com/CTFLSOM/full-time-students
If you’re interested and would like to find out more or have any questions, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Jo Clare by emailing: