Friday 20 July 2018
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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.
The churches of the Mid Trent Benefice each have their own styles of worship but increasingly we are working together as a Team, intent on identifying and implementing a range of small but high impact sustainable initiatives to take us to the next level in our spiritual and pastoral development.
The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to recruit a full time Associate Vicar/Rector to four of our Resourcing Churches. These key appointments form part of the underlying strategy to enable the Resourcing Churches to embrace their church planting aims, alongside the on-going support and growth of each Resourcing Church. If you enjoy working collaboratively, affirming lay ministries, preparing congregations to plant, are interested in strategic development and are comfortable with leading change we would like to meet you.
All Saints’ is an inclusive town centre church whose worship is centred on the Eucharist. We have flourishing work with children and families, with weekly children’s church, regular all age worship, and small groups in place for 0-18 year olds. We have good links with nearby schools, and there’s a good team of volunteer leaders in place.
With an in depth knowledge and understanding of the biblical and theological basis of Christian Stewardship, combined with strong leadership, staff management and communication skills you will provide the strategic overview to revitalise the role of Christian Stewardship within the Church of Scotland.
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