A Pioneering Mission Leader with a deep appreciation of Anglican Sacramental & Catholic Traditions.
Five parishes, from different parts of the Anglican sacramental and catholic tradition, have come together to grow. They are looking to:
· Start activities to engage new people and establish new worship communities.
· Create and refresh pathways for people from initial engagement through to confirmation and beyond.
· Find and equip new local leaders.
· Engage with students.
· Revitalise and grow their churches, and enable discipleship within their unique contexts.
They are looking for a project leader with experience in mission, who is committed to seeing the flourishing of churches in the Anglican sacramental and catholic tradition. This is a new opportunity for a dynamic, relational person who has a proven track record in building and managing teams of volunteers to share in mission together. This person will also support parish leaders to bring about significant change within their contexts to see the Anglo-Catholic tradition thrive.
The project is being developed by a Steering Group that includes members of each of the partner churches. The Steering Group welcome interest from candidates who are lay or ordained, male or female.
The main elements the role will be to:
The successful candidate will become an active member of the Diocesan Mission Support Team, line managed by the Director of Mission Support. They will also develop close working relationships with each parish through the Steering Group representatives, and each incumbent with regards to activities in each parish. If the successful candidate is ordained they may be licensed and ultimately accountable to the Bishop.
Terms and Conditions
The post-holder will be initially employed by the Diocesan Board of Finance for five years in a full-time role with a salary of £30,500 or clergy equivalent package. Holiday of 5 weeks per year, 3 discretionary days and bank holidays.
Application Deadline: Thursday 2nd November 5pm.
Interviews scheduled: From Thursday 9th November.
Please contact Fr Barrie Scott before Friday 27th October via email@example.com
if you would like an informal conversation prior to applying.
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