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St Alphege, Seasalter, situated within the North Kent coastal town of Whitstable, is a lively church which has grown substantially over the last 10 years. We believe in every member ministry and collaborative leadership and follow our calling to make disciples of Christ and grow the church of God.
The two Benefices are praying for a community-minded Vicar able to lead the church in spiritual and numerical growth. The heart of the Benefices is about 24 miles north of the centre of London.
St Chad’s is Shrewsbury’s Civic & Military Church of Shropshire, a member of the Greater Churches’ Network, attracting 50,000 visitors each year. St Chad’s has a strong musical & choral tradition with ASA of 150 but holds civic/county services of 1000+.
St Alkmund’s is an active open town centre parish church with its own PCC and dedicated congregation with ASA of 30 using Common Worship. It receives about 10,000 visitors each year.
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