Monday 23 July 2018
By the Bishop of Barking in Emmanuel with St Peter, Upton Cross, Forest Gate, on 25 January:
Priest: Kingsley Akwasi-Yeboah.
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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.
St Michael and All Angels is a parish church situated in a neighbourhood of Cape Town that was laid out in the late Victorian period in fair proximity to the old City. The building, in a northern French neo-gothic style, is by South Africa’s most celebrated architect, Sir Herbert Baker. It contains a fine four manual Norman & Beard organ and some notable stained glass, including transept windows by Gabriel Loire.
We are currently a parish of 3 churches seeking a new Team Rector to lead us in the next phase of our life and ministry.
The PCCs, Patrons and Bishop are looking for an experienced parish priest who will continue the excellent ministry and mission of the church and who will be a part of the transitioning of a 4th year curate into their next role. We seek somebody with confident priestly leadership and who will work collaboratively with clergy colleagues, ecumenical partners and will form wider partnerships and connections in order to promote ministry and mission and who will take an active role in shaping Wensley Deanery.
We are seeking to appoint a new principal following the departure of Revd Dr Emma Ineson to become the Bishop of Penrith in the diocese of Carlisle in Spring 2019.
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