Wednesday 19 February 2020
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The Bishop of Southwell & Nottingham is seeking to appoint an Archdeacon who, as a member of the Bishop’s Senior team, will share in the strategic leadership of mission for Growing Disciples across the diocese, with particular responsibility in the Archdeaconry of Newark. Engaging closely with the priorities for growing disciples younger, the post holder will also be the Chair of the Diocesan Board of Education, bringing experience, insight and creativity into developing opportunities for Christian distinctiveness across 65 Primary and 8 Secondary church schools and their local parishes, integrated within the diocesan strategy for growing younger disciples.
Our churches may be ancient, but we have a vision for future growth and progress, so we are looking for a Vicar to help us fulfil our hope for the future.
Our aim is to help people relate their lives to God and to grow in private faith and public discipleship.
A rural, 3 parish Benefice (Basildon, Aldworth and Ashampstead) in West Berkshire, is looking for a Vicar who will relish the opportunity to lead our committed Ministry team in a clear and collaborative manner. Each parish wishes to work closely together without losing its own identity.
Belmont village parish sits at the border between the London Borough of Sutton and Surrey. It enjoys the best of both worlds with easy rail access to London and proximity
to attractive Surrey countryside. There are excellent local primary and secondary schools.
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