Friday 20 April 2018
The organist really did pull out all the stops
We are a community of nine villages within the Stonehenge Deanery of Salisbury Diocese, who will have transitioned from six to three parishes by end of April 2018.
We are seeking a forward-thinking, enthusiastic and compassionate leader who will inspire us to fulfil our Vision for our church and wider community.
This is an innovative role which will lead the way in developing fresh approaches to every-member ministry, with clergy and lay ministry together.
Our parish is situated in Horfield in the north of the city of Bristol. It is a mainly residential area, and within the parish is found part of the newly built Southmead Hospital as well as Horfield C of E Primary School (UK literacy school of the year 2017) with whom we have close links.
The villages of Honley and Brockholes nestle in the beautiful foothills of the Pennines in West Yorkshire and are also close to the University town of Huddersfield and within 25 miles of Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester.
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