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In the Church of England, Birmingham, we seek to shape ministry for a changing church and world. We’re creating six new deaneries, each with a full -time stipendiary Area Dean. The Area Dean for our new Deanery of Yardley & Solihull will work
collaboratively to support a great variety of parishes and worshipping communities in local mission.
Do you have the experience and creativity to lead a dynamic, diverse, creative and deeply missional church with a number of worshipping communities, a range of buildings, and a large team of lay and ordained, paid and unpaid leaders?
St. Mary’s Thame is a lively open evangelical fellowship in a historic church, close to the centre of the attractive market town of Thame – 10 miles east of Oxford.
Christ Church, Oxford patronage
Full-time stipendiary role in an inclusive benefice. Modern, well maintained ‘Green guide’ vicarage Based in lively village of Weobley, 10 miles NW of Hereford. One secondary and two primary schools.
We are seeking someone with vision and excellent preaching skills who will help us build on our strong foundations whilst developing healthy, growing churches which are well-equipped to take the gospel out into the wider community.
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