Wednesday 19 September 2018
ST EDMUNDSBURY & IPSWICH
By the Bishop of Dunwich in St Peter and St Paul, Lavenham, on 29 November:
Deacon: Captain Paul Tyler CA (Lavenham with Preston).
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The Bishop of Chichester is seeking to appoint an Archdeacon of Chichester. The Archdeacon will play a pivotal role within a dynamic senior team which serves a large and demanding Diocese. The Archdeaconry is largely rural but also incorporates the City of Chichester and the coastal towns of Worthing, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis where there is considerable social deprivation.
The benefice is situated in the very pleasant semi-rural village community of Coven located in South Staffordshire.
This Benefice, comprising the parishes of St Mary the Virgin, Dallington and Northampton St James, was created in 2017 and has a population of 13,000. Churchmanship is ‘central’. Northampton Saints RFC was founded by a curate of St James and Franklin’s Gardens is just a short walk from the church. Dallington parish is in the top 6% of the most deprived areas in the country. There are challenges and opportunities with the promise of plenty of support from the church family.
We are a Jesus-centred church underpinned by a strong tradition of prayer. Our vision for the church’s development is to become a ‘go to’ place where more people will meet with God.
We are looking for an exceptional individual who wishes to take a thought-leadership role in the vision, strategy and organising of influential public debate on the relationship between finance, economics and social wellbeing and has the ability to think through issues from a Christian theological perspective.
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