Saturday 21 July 2018
The last Harvest Service done, Norman could relax
Bishop Rachel is looking for a committed follower of Jesus Christ who is a strategic, prayerful and imaginative leader who thinks and acts theologically. The post requires someone who is relational and able to challenge; both resilient and compassionate; someone who is emotionally intelligent and not afraid of conflict; who has an eye for process and a heart for the Kingdom of God.
Dedicated to Christ; Devoted to Community
Our Church is seeking to appoint an imaginative and suitably qualified person for the role of Children’s and Young People’s Worker
You will use your own insights as a practitioner to establish, support and ensure the effective deployment of a new team of ministers. You will provide governance and oversight to the work, encouraging a culture of shared learning and contributing to the development of a toolbox of resources.
The Archbishops’ Council has identified the need to increase the number and diversity of candidates for lay and ordained ministry, and to encourage younger candidates. Hence, there is a need to build a culture of encouraging and nurturing vocation and of proactive recruitment.
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