23 Sep 2021, 8:54 a.m.
Following the appointment of Revd Phil Dykes to the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich we are seeking to appoint a Senior Mission and Ministry Trainer.
The Senior Mission and Ministry Trainer will develop leadership, training and capacity for parish church growth in areas including evangelism, social transformation, and ministries engaging with children, young adults & students, and support clergy to form Benefice Ministry Teams. They will be an outstanding leader, both of who has demonstrated experience of parish church growth, with a calling to equip and train laity and clergy. Read more
23 Sep 2021, 8:50 a.m.
Following the appointment of Revd Dr Marcus Throup to St Mellitus College, we are seeking to appoint a new Dean of Licensed Ministry Training.
The Dean of Licensed Ministry Training will lead a team that delivers Common Awards training of ordinands, LLWs and LLMs, and lead the next stage of strategic development as part of the South Central TEI. They will be an an outstanding leader, who has demonstrated experience of parish church growth, with a calling to equip and train laity and clergy.
16 Sep 2021, 3:03 p.m.
Rector in the Benefice of Sherfield on Loddon and Stratfield Saye with Hartley Wespall with Stratfie
Located in beautiful North Hampshire, our Benefice consists of four distinctive but united rural parishes. We are looking for a visionary Rector who will join us at this exciting time, and help us take full advantage of the new opportunities being presented to us arising from population growth and new housing. We seek an enthusiastic and collaborative leader who will assist us in expanding our ministry, taking the message of Christ into our diverse communities. A modern and spacious Rectory is provided in the village of Bramley, and you will be supported by a capable Ministry Team and willing PCCs. We hope you feel called to come and serve alongside us.
We are looking for a mission-minded new Rector who:
• will strengthen the roots of our faith through thoughtful biblical teaching;
• is a caring pastor and able to engage with all ages;
• can encourage the spiritual development of the entire church family;
• will inspire everyone to play their part in God’s work within our Benefice;
• is prepared to be involved in our local communities, helping us to identify and develop new opportunities for service to them;
• will work with the PCCs to maintain the financial stability of our parishes.