Tuesday 11 August 2020
The Chaplain will lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members of the College community, including support staff and students of all faiths and beliefs, and those with none. S/he will be involved in a wide range of activities aimed at furthering the College and University strategy, especially in relation to the personal development of students and the future development of the College.
The Chaplain will work closely with the College student support team and in partnership with the University Student Support and Wellbeing Directorate.
We wish to appoint a House for Duty Associate Priest to be part of the Ironstone Benefice ministry team. The Benefice consist of eight largely rural parishes in north Oxfordshire.
We are seeking a vicar whose life and leadership spring from a deep and strong personal faith in Jesus. Someone with an understanding of contemporary issues who is committed to the gospel, to personal prayer and is led by the Spirit.
We are looking for a Rector for these attractive villages (combined population 4,362; ER: 174; USA: 65) in the south-east corner of East Sussex, near to the historic town of Rye. The benefice comprises three parishes and four churches, with the Rector based in Brede and an Associate Vicar in Beckley and Peasmarsh.
In cooperation with the patrons Keble College, Oxford
The Diocese of Chester seeks a part time (50% stipend 3.5 days + Sunday) Priest.
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