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Transform North West has a vision to revalitalise mission across the Region. We have a plan to create one resource church with three locations in St Helens, Warrington and Widnes and will plant six more congregations in the next five years.
An exciting full-time incumbent status role in an attractive market town where there is potential to see God grow His Church beyond all expectation. The person appointed would join a large, collaborative and supportive leadership team (lay and ordained) and would lead two of the five churches of a newly designated Resource Church Team.
The Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester, seeks to appoint a collaborative parish priest, committed to reaching out with the good news of the gospel to all ages, to serve as part of the North Cheltenham Team Ministry. The Team includes 5 churches, working across a wide diversity of contexts (rural to UPA) and ranging in tradition from traditional catholic to broad centre, and is in the process of redefining its vision and focus under the leadership of the relatively new Team Rector.
Hymns Ancient & Modern are looking to appoint a skilled assistant for a busy Design and Production department.
Portsmouth Cathedral is looking to recruit its first ever Head of Fundraising. The post holder will be responsible for implementing and developing our recently completed fundraising strategy, delivering on the considerable potential that we have across a wide range of fundraising streams.
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