Monday 16 September 2019
The Revd Malcolm Doney is a writer, broadcaster, and Anglican priest. He is a former Features Editor of the Church Times.
The Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham is forward-looking and innovative with a clear strategic vision, Growing Disciples: reaching wider, younger
We are “two parishes, two worship centres, three congregations”, in a town on the Essex/London border: A joint benefice comprising two churches – one small, village church and one medium sized, multi-cultural church, with total Sunday attendances of 150.
We are three churches (two parishes with a combined ER of 128) to the north of the beautiful town of Sidmouth. We need a vicar who will pastor the existing committed congregations while building on a number of exciting recent initiatives in partnership with other churches in the Sid Valley to deliver growth and renewal.
The Benefice is set in beautiful rural countryside adjacent to the coast and on the edge of the Somerset Levels with excellent road and rail links. We are a recently formed Benefice of the three villages of East Huntspill, Mark and West Huntspill who have vibrant, community minded populations that are eager to grow and mature into something really special.
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