Monday 16 September 2019
The Revd Dr Malcolm Guite is Chaplain at Girton College, Cambridge, and writes the weekly Poet’s Corner column for the Church Times. His books include Mariner: A voyage with Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Hodder) and Love Remember: 40 poems of loss, lament and hope (Canterbury Press)
The Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham is forward-looking and innovative with a clear strategic vision, Growing Disciples: reaching wider, younger
We are seeking to appoint a new vicar for Holy Trinity Jesmond. This is an exciting appointment based in the heart of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Holy Trinity Jesmond is a warm, welcoming, lively evangelical Anglican church. We are looking for someone who is creative, energetic and compassionate and who has experience in a growing church.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, inspiring leader to work within our Parish and as a visible presence in our community.
We hope to welcome an energetic and enthusiastic Rector to lead and inspire us in our vision to proclaim the Gospel and to play our part in the growth of the Living Christian presence in the Community at large
This is an exciting opportunity for a leader with a heart for pioneer ministry, a passion for people and growing Christ’s church with the ability to share our vision and draw people to it.
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