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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.
St. Barnabas is an imaginative building resurrected from the ashes of a fire ten years ago and strategically located in the High Street of a needy suburb, four and a half miles from the centre of Birmingham.
This vibrant Anglican Evangelical Church in the heart of Haydock is set to move into the future which God has for us and the community we serve. We are poised to embrace new opportunities with the help of a gifted leader, believing together in the authority of Scripture, the life-giving power and gifting of the Holy Spirit and the importance of mission and community.
The Diocese of Salisbury wishes to appoint a full time lay or ordained colleague to oversee the discernment of candidates for ordained ministry and their formation and development up to the end of curacy.
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