Friday 19 January 2018
MORAY, ROSS & CAITHNESS
By the Bishop in his Cathedral on 27 August:
Deacon: Norma Higgott (St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness).
ST ANDREWS, DUNKELD & DUNBLANE
By the Primus in St John’s, Perth, on 28 August:
Priest: Nerys Brown.
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This is a senior post in a small Diocese which embraces the importance of mission in the community. We have a friendly and supportive Bishop’s Team and an effective Diocesan Office Team. A Ministry Area infrastructure is in place but we need someone with experience to focus on developing our mission strategy and to put it into action!
Both churches are in good health, and would welcome candidates with experience of forward thinking Central Churchmanship which will enable growth
enable our communities to develop and grow as people of God, in the service of God and our neighbours, providing witness to the new growth of His creation in this community.
St Hild College is a pioneering and growing theological institution for Yorkshire and the surrounding region.
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