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We are seeking a courageous and resilient person who will be a prophetic voice in
this urban village setting. We are looking for someone who will work collaboratively
within the innovative team ministry and who will be excited and energised about
this challenging post.
Under the Pastoral and Sacramental oversight of the Bishop of Ebbsfleet, Jonathan Goodall.
As we move our growing church forward, we welcome applications from priests with skills, experience and the proven ability to delegate
St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church in Louisville, KY is seeking a new rector to pastor and lead our congregation (ASA 350)
St. Francis in the Fields is the largest Episcopal Parish in the State of Kentucky, established in 1946. We are a low-church Episcopal Parish. We follow Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and believe the Holy Scriptures to be the revealed word of God. We uphold the Creeds and traditions of the Church. All are welcome here to find a spiritual home and to be ministered to with love and grace.
This is a senior, long-term role which suits either a highly experienced media or communications professional with a proven track record in a similar role, or a mature journalist or producer looking to apply their experience of news and stories in an institution that puts prayer and discernment at the heart of everything we do to create a more just and sustainable world. But it could equally suit a younger person with obvious talent and passion and communications skills seeking to develop and grow within a spirited organization of highly motivated men and women.
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