Welcome to our friendly and vibrant benefice of Monk Fryston and South Milford, situated in the district of Selby, between York and Leeds, with easy access to the A1(M). Historically agricultural communities, the population has recently boomed, due to housing development and are now popular commuter villages.
Our identity comes from the people who belong here rather than the buildings or the churchmanship. For this reason we have provided our Benefice profile as a Prezi interactive document, reflecting the development in social media by which we reach out to the families and young people we want to attract. We offer a wide range of opportunities for worship, prayer and discipleship to all ages and traditions with an Anglican heritage. We are linked to the New Wine network and feel a sense of the spirit working within us to empower our gifts and seek exciting opportunities and initiatives.
We offer our priest:
Please have a look at the following link before creating your application form- https://jobs.churchofengland.org/clergycandidatesfaq/
We seek a Priest who will help us grow in:
This is a Lord Chancellor appointment. An enhanced DBS will be required.
For more information about the application process, please use this link
Deadline for applications is Sunday 28th October 2018.
Interviews are scheduled for Monday 3rd December 2018.
For further details about the role please see the attached Role Description, and our parish profile which is provided as a Prezi interactive document access via this link:
For an informal conversation please contact The Bishop of Selby by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01757 429 982
The Diocese of York is a family of 607 churches and 125 schools in 470 parishes, which extends from Middlesbrough on the River Tees to Hull on the River Humber, and from the east coast of Yorkshire about as far west as the A1 road.
Led and guided by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, our vision is to be a family of Generous Churches Making and Nurturing Disciples. We are currently working through a Diocesan Strategy that focuses on:
Find out more about us at our microsite: https://jobs.churchofengland.org/dioceseofyork/
Our official website can be found here: http://dioceseofyork.org.uk/
Unfortunately it is not always straightforward for clergy from overseas to be appointed to posts in the Church of England. The policy of the UK Border Agency is that normally the organisation making an appointment has been able to prove that it is impossible to appoint a person who is a national of a European Economic Area country, before a visa giving permission to work will be issued to a person who comes from elsewhere.