Monday 16 July 2018
By the Bishop in St Andrew’s, Kelso, on 3 September:
Priest: Grace Redpath.
31 Jul 2015
07 Nov 2014
19 Sep 2014
22 Aug 2014
11 Apr 2014
20 Dec 2013
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The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to recruit a full time Associate Vicar/Rector to four of our Resourcing Churches. These key appointments form part of the underlying strategy to enable the Resourcing Churches to embrace their church planting aims, alongside the on-going support and growth of each Resourcing Church. If you enjoy working collaboratively, affirming lay ministries, preparing congregations to plant, are interested in strategic development and are comfortable with leading change we would like to meet you.
An exciting and significant opportunity to develop mission and ministry in these four churches and communities
Oundle School is one of the country’s leading co-educational boarding and
day schools, with 860 boarding and 250 day pupils.
Working collaboratively, you will shape and drive the lay ministry element of our initiatives, ensuring support, advice and resources are available, and overseeing the set-up and allocation of a growth fund.
This is a full time post consisting of two part time responsibilities. The successful applicant will be working on specific diocesan youth projects with a number of parishes in the dioceses of Meath and Kildare and developing and implementing Youth for Christ’s ‘Rock Solid’ project which is supported by a team of youth workers. The Youth for Christ office is based in Mullingar, Co Westmeath and the Youth Project Officer will work around the parishes of Meath and Kildare dioceses. These projects will involve working with young people in both schools and parishes.
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