Consultancy on Ecumenical Ministerial Formation

July 25, 2016

Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) is seeking to appoint a consultant with suitable professional/academic experience to work on promoting ecumenical formation in ministry in its widest sense (both lay and ordained). Remuneration for this consultancy, on the basis of self-employment, will be at a fixed rate of £15,000 per annum for the three year duration of the project (with the expectation of approximately two days work per week). It is expected that the consultant will work from home (located within Scotland), but some travel may be necessary. No additional expenses will normally be payable. To apply and/or for further information please contact (in confidence) the Rev Matthew Ross, General Secretary, ACTS, Jubilee House, Forthside Way, STIRLING, FK8 1QZ,  email or telephone 01259 222360. Applications should be submitted to arrive no later than Friday 2 September.

Founded in 1990, ACTS is Scotland’s national ecumenical instrument. ACTS is a joint initiative of the Church of Scotland, Congregational Federation, Methodist Church, Religious Society of Friends, Roman Catholic Church, Salvation Army, Scottish Episcopal Church, United Free Church of Scotland and United Reformed Church. ACTS aims to bring Christians of different traditions in Scotland closer to one another in their shared faith in Jesus Christ by meeting, praying, learning, reflecting and acting together on matters of common concern. Further information from