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We are seeking a Residentiary Canon for Christ Church who, as a member of Chapter, will bring wisdom, stability and creativity to the life of the Cathedral and contribute as a member of the Governing Body of Christ Church.
The parish of Holy Trinity Skipton is searching for a new Rector. We are a very active, friendly and welcoming parish with a middle church tradition. Focused primarily on the Yorkshire Dales town of Skipton, the Rector of Holy Trinity will also be responsible for the church of St Augustine’s in the adjacent rural village of Draughton.
The Parishes of Bacton, Cotton, Old Newton, Wickham Skeith and Wyverstone
seek a new Rector who will:
Inspire our communities and congregations with their enthusiasm and drive
Lead our spiritual development and growth with compelling worship
Nurture the hospitality, thanksgiving, fellowship and welcome in our churches
Build relationships characterised by Christ-like love, mutual care and respect
Fully engage in the pastoral life of our delightful villages in the heart of Suffolk
Westham (population 5,000) is an attractive and expanding village, set in beautiful Sussex countryside, near to the sea, on the rail network, and within easy reach of central Eastbourne.
This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled trainer, enabler and encourager to work alongside clergy and lay leaders in Billingham Team Parish with the specific task of encouraging and equipping lay people in a range of ministries.
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