Sunday 22 July 2018
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.
What should the Church of England be doing in a deeply rural 21st century benefice?
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The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to appoint a vicar to a position which offers an exciting opportunity to lead, develop and grow the parishes. In this mission, we can offer you a committed, supportive and energetic team of people with a variety of gifts. We are located in an expanding rural area, located close to Junction 24 of the M1.
The Diocese of Manchester wishes to appoint a Chaplain to be based at the University of Salford. This is a 0.5 post for 17.5 hours per week which will be worked in a pattern by agreement but requiring flexibility.
If you are looking for your Sea of Galilee and if your spirituality is fed by God in creation, it may be that God is calling you here.
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