Team Rector of the East Greenwich Team Ministry

Posted 17 days agoExpires in 13 days
East Greenwich
Office Holder
£27,889

Team Rector of the East Greenwich Team Ministry,

based at Christ Church East Greenwich

The Patronage Board of the East Greenwich Team Ministry are looking for an exceptional Christian leader to be the new Team Rector leading the flourishing East Greenwich Team Ministry, including responsibility for Christ Church.

The Team Rector will be;

  • a Christ centred and outward focussed priest with a passion for the proclamation of the gospel
  • able to demonstrate experience of the oversight and leadership of others, especially proven skill in enabling a diverse team to flourish in ministry
  • passionate about leading the growth of the kingdom of God in this Team

East Greenwich is a vibrant, diverse and welcoming parish currently comprising three centres: Christ Church, St George’s and the church plant Holy Trinity. We are inclusive, open and energetic, with a track record of leading the community’s response to pressing national and international issues. Our ministry team currently includes five ordained clergy, a Lay Reader and a Youth Worker, supported by an Administrator and effective lay leaders.

We offer:

  • A loving and energetically involved church family
  • An attractive five-bedroom house with an extensive mature and peaceful garden, close to shops, good schools and Greenwich Park
  • A parish in reasonable financial health, with a programme of investment underway into the fabric of Christ Church.

Details for applicants:

Anyone interested in a conversation about the role is welcome to contact the Archdeacon of Lewisham & Greenwich, The Venerable Alastair Cutting, on 07736-676106 or alastair.cutting@southwark.anglican.org

Closing date for applications is Sunday 16 October 2022.

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 9 November 2022.

We welcome applications from priests who have completed a stipendiary curacy (or equivalent) in the Church of England or another of the Anglican Churches of the United Kingdom. The Diocese is particularly keen to encourage women and those of UKME heritages to apply for incumbency and other more senior roles.