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In the Church of England, Birmingham, we seek to shape ministry for a changing church and world. We’re creating six new deaneries, each with a full -time stipendiary Area Dean. The Area Dean for our new Deanery of Yardley & Solihull will work
collaboratively to support a great variety of parishes and worshipping communities in local mission.
The priest we believe God might be calling here is a creative, enthusiastic leader who will encourage and help us to build on our strengths. A priest who will develop our relationship with God, so that together we can serve Him more effectively in the many
missional opportunities that exist in our Parish.
A unique opportunity for two suitably-qualified priests, to help establish a new clergy team in the centre of Llandaff Diocese, serving the expanding residential areas around the attractive, historic town of Llantrisant.
This single parish is set in North East Somerset, midway between the beautiful cities of Bath and Wells. Midsomer Norton is a town of 12,000 people and the parish includes several hamlets nearby. There is only one church.
St Aldates is a vibrant city centre church, with three services welcoming over 1,000 people every Sunday during University term-time. We are an all-age community with a heart to minister to people from all walks of life, equipping our members to be ministers of the gospel in their homes, streets, schools, universities and workplaces
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