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Located in West Fife in the centre of Dunfermline, a town at the heart of Scottish history, but now the vibrant core of the most populous locality in Fife, Holy Trinity is a welcoming church with a strong musical tradition, and a Youth Fellowship used as an example to the wider Scottish Episcopal Church.
We are looking to recruit a first-class Chaplain for January 2023 or before, who is a committed Christian. The successful candidate will be highly organised and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The Chaplain has overall responsibility, under the Headmaster for the spiritual wellbeing and development of the whole School community. Qualified teachers are welcome to apply. A reduced
teaching timetable could be included in the role.
St Giles’ and St George’s, Ashtead is a large, lively, well-resourced evangelical Anglican church. We offer a breadth of expressions of worship and mid-week ministry to help us to fulfil our mission statement, “Transforming communities by knowing Christ and making Him known.”
The Church in Wales is seeking to appoint a Director of Ministry Development, a role that is critical in ensuring that all the people of the Church in Wales are able to live out their callings through caring, vibrant, thought provoking ministry.
With its outstanding T C Lewis organ, and enviable choral tradition, Chesterfield Parish Church (the Crooked Spire) is looking for an Organist & Choir Director
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