Thursday 16 September 2021
The Very Revd Dr David Hoyle is the Dean of Westminster.
Lead ministry to 0-25s at a large evangelical church. Experienced lay worker or ordained. Full stipend and housing.
Two Colleges of Durham University are seeking to appoint a joint Chaplain to lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members, of all faiths and beliefs. Hatfield College, where the Chaplain will be based, has a Chapel Licensed for Divine Service. Hence, the successful applicant will be required to be licenced by the Bishop of Durham. St Cuthbert’s Society does not have its own chapel, but has had both lay and ordained chaplains in the past.
Responsibilities to include charity administration, financial management, organisational development, publicity and promotions, and limited HR responsibilities.
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