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10 Jan 2008
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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.
We are a growing evangelical church at the end of the Metropolitan Line in Chesham (ER 320)
We are seeking a Team Vicar to share our vision for mission to be at the heart of all we do. This is an exciting opportunity to join the first Ecumenical Mission Community in the Diocese of Carlisle.
St Edward’s is a large parish in the Diocese of Southwark, situated on a greenfield site to the south east of Croydon. Much of the housing in the southern part of New Addington is owner occupied, whereas the central part of the Estate (Castle Hill Area) and North (Fieldway) is predominantly social housing. New Addington sits within the top 10 percent of the most deprived parishes nationally according to the indices of multiple deprivation (IMD 2010). Like many areas of its type there are high levels of social need.
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.
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