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The Diocese of Coventry is seeking to appoint a full time Director of New Worshipping Communities to help the Diocese deliver its ambitions for a culture change in making and growing new Disciples, and in developing a more mission focussed approach to the planning and deployment of Resources. This post reports to the Archdeacon
Missioner and is based in Coventry.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our senior team in the Diocese of Exeter as Director of Education.
Wollaston Theological College is responsible for theological education, formation, preparation and training of lay and ordained people in the Diocese of Perth.
The Warden is the senior officer of the College and is responsible to its Board and through the Board to the Archbishop for the academic, strategic and liturgical leadership of the College, as well as ensuring the good management of its administration, finances, admissions, pastoral care and discipline.
We are looking for a dynamic leader to help us deliver our vision.
We want to see God at work through the growth of His church, and to bless our communities, in particular their most vulnerable members.
The Queen’s Foundation seeks a full-time tutor to join its team of Centre Directors. The new appointee would take on a leading role and responsibility in the recruitment, teaching and support of the growing number of students studying independently at Queen’s, namely those who are not sponsored for ordination/ ministerial training and not on Black Theology-focused programmes in the Centre for Black Theology. You would make a major contribution in helping the institution move into the next phase of its life as a vibrant location for creative, stretching, contemporary, mission-focused theological learning and exploration.
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