Lifecentre is a Registered Charity with a Christian foundation, providing specialist counselling services across West Sussex to survivors of sexual violation of all ages and all genders.

We are looking for an experienced counsellor accredited with the British Association of Counselling and Psychology (BACP) or United Kingdom Council for Psychology (UKCP) to be responsible for the delivery of Lifecentre’s clinical services. The Clinical Lead will be responsible for managing and supporting the clinical staff and supervisors. They will provide assurance to the Chief Executive on the quality of the clinical services, ensuring delivery adheres to Lifecentre’s policies and procedures and supports the best interests of our clients and mission as a charity.

The ideal candidate would have experience working with sexual trauma and complex mental health issues. We are looking for someone who has experience of leading teams of counselling practitioners including providing clinical support, reviewing performance and developing the team. They will have a track record of conducting assessments and using measurement tools such as CORE. We would like a candidate who has extensive experience and skills in building strong working relationships with partner agencies. We are looking for someone with extensive experience of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. They will have a consultative management style, with the ability to motivate a diverse range of staff with a coaching approach. We need someone who can exercise strong clinical judgement. They will be a committed and mature Christian who is an active part of a church community. They will have analytical thinking skills and the ability to see the bigger picture as well as being a confident communicator.

The job is 20 hours per week and is primarily based in Chichester, but attending meetings at other locations as required


Clinical Lead job pack 2020

Clinical lead application 

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Closing date for application: 11 March 2020

Interviews will be held: 30th March 2020

Here is a sneaky peek at our invite which should be with you by the weekend! 🙂



Youth Worker Job

I am writing to you to let you know about a key staffing opportunity we have at Revelation Family Church in Chichester. We are looking for a full time Youth Worker to join our staff team over the next two months. Our youth work has grown significantly in the past five years and we are now searching for the right person to take it on to the next stage. The work is established and stable but there is also plenty of space for right person to bring their gifts, skills and creativity to the role. As a church we are involved in running a daily youth drop in centre in the heart of our city which has received The Queens Award for Service this year. We are also opening a brand new facility in the next three months with key youth work partners wanting to make our building their home too. As can see this is an exciting time in our story 

If you are interested yourself or know of anyone with a passion for young people looking for a new and exciting challenge then you can download the job pack below.

Youth Worker Job Pack Master 2019

Lifecentre is a Christian charity providing counselling for survivors of rape and sexual abuse  We are looking to train women and men who would like to serve on our Helplines in either Chichester or Worthing.  The commitment once trained will be three sessions per month (this includes a supervision evening for your support), on a voluntary basis.  We will offer full training, so volunteers do not need to have any previous counselling qualifications – simply an ability to offer support through listening without judging.  It is an 85 hour training course, starting in September 2019.  If you are interested in applying, or would like further information on how you can get involved in other ways with the ministry of Lifecentre, please email or phone the Lifecentre office for an application form (01243 786349), giving your name and contact details


Nearly two years ago, seventeen of us had the joy of visiting a church in Angers for a long weekend. It was full of fun, food and discovery; from an excursion to one of the Loire’s magnificent castles, to a visit to a vineyard as well as ministry on Sunday.  These are some of the reflections from those who went in 2017:

“It was an amazing and memorable experience. For me each day was a real tonic and full of God’s blessings. I went from being really ill the week before to coming home feeling spiritually, emotionally and physically refreshed.” Anne Smith

“We were spoiled rotten, loved and made some incredible new friends. Such a wonderful experience.”  Lee Nancarrow

 “Mike and I joined the group going to Angers not knowing many people. We were made welcome on arrival and the hospitality flowed. Our hosts Michel and Claudette not only took us on the arranged trips, but showed us the area at other times. It was such fun. They visited us when they came over in the summer, which was great. We now have new friends in France.”  Derry Burn

 “France = fun, food, and fellowship; a memorable experience of heartfelt worship with fellow Christians, in both English and French languages, and a real sense of unity” Angela & Brian Benford

 “Fantastic hospitality, great fellowship with our French brothers and sisters and a chance to get to know your fellow travellers better, as well as getting refreshed – perfect!”  Pete Hamilton

 “I felt so welcomed by the community in Angers and really enjoyed getting to know others in the group over a glass of wine and great food! Our hosts were lovely and made us feel right at home. Spending time with people from a different language and culture who share our faith in God was an encouragement and reminded me that we are all one family.” Laura Nancarrow

Are you ready for an adventure in 2019? Are you open to be impacted by God and willing to be a vessel for him?  Then this trip is for you! If you are interested this cultural, relational and missional exchange then get in touch with Laura or Bruno (

Our friends at Chichester Baptist Church have run the very successful CAP (Christians Against Poverty) centre in Chichester for approaching ten years. For the past three years Martin Jenkins has worked as the CAP Centre Manager. Martin will be stepping down from this role by the Spring of 2019. The Baptist Church have advertised this position previously but not made an appointment. The Church leadership team feel that it is right to re – advertise the position again. If you are interested in finding out about this position and what it entails, please do talk to Martin Jenkins, Ellen Wild or Ken Benjamin from the Baptist Church. This would be a paid, p/t role for 16 hrs a week with flexibility around days and times. A job description and application forms are available from Chichester Baptist Church Office on 01243 782582 or  Let us also join the our friends at CBC and pray as we seek the right person and guidance for the future of the CAP Centre in Chichester.