Tuesday 11 August 2020
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 Chaplain will lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members of the College community, including support staff and students of all faiths and beliefs, and those with none. S/he will be involved in a wide range of activities aimed at furthering the College and University strategy, especially in relation to the personal development of students and the future development of the College.
The Chaplain will work closely with the College student support team and in partnership with the University Student Support and Wellbeing Directorate.
Westham (population 5,000) is an attractive and expanding village, set in beautiful Sussex countryside, near to the sea, on the rail network, and within easy reach of central Eastbourne.
We are a Benefice of 3 parishes in semi-rural Staffordshire, near to Burton-upon-Trent. We are passionate about sharing God’s love with the whole community – not just those who worship in our buildings.
We seek a godly leader full of faith who will help the church discern together God’s leading, so as to develop the vision and strategy needed to build on our rich heritage and respond to the challenges of the time and place in which we are situated.
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