Incumbent - St Cyprian, Hay Mills and St Michael & All Angels, South Yardley

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Birmingham
Clergy
stipend

These two parishes in urban/suburban east Birmingham have been working together for a number of years, have committed lay leadership and look forward to their next stage of development.

This post would suit a person energised by:
• Praying, living & witnessing in diverse, multicultural Birmingham
• Fostering vision and direction across both parishes
• Encouraging a rich variety of worship, from formal Anglican to creative middle
• A leading role in an innovative industrial heritage mission project with established partners
• Collaborative ministry leadership with church members and beyond.

‘We are supportive and down to earth people who look forward to working with a new priest as we grow together.’

Closing Date: 17 February
Discernment interviews: 11 & 12 March

A comprehensive Parish Profile is available here. A Diocesan Profile for this post should be read prior to submitting an application, this is available from the HR Officer, Ben Franks who can be emailed on BenF@cofebirmingham.com

Interested candidates are welcome to contact the Archdeacon of Aston, Ven Simon Heathfield, for further conversation on 07769 187435 or SimonH@cofebirmingham.com
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, particularly from those who are currently under-represented such as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups and women.

The Bishop, the Rt Revd David Urquhart, looks for priests to serve as incumbents who have the capacity to grow local church in spiritual depth, in numbers, in confident witness, and in serious engagement with their community. Central to this is the task of identifying, encouraging and endorsing the ministry of others and entrusting them with real responsibility in the work of mission and outreach.

The priest appointed to this role must have been ordained in the Church of England or a church in communion with it and must have exercised at least three years ordained ministry. Those applying to be considered must have the right to work in the UK as this vacancy has does not yet qualify to sponsor a visa. The priest appointed will be an office holder under Common Tenure, and the Ecclesiastical Offices (Terms of Service) Regulations will apply.

It is important that the priest appointed plays a full part in the life of the deanery, particularly Chapter and Synod, and in the wider programmes of the Diocese. Opportunities for ecumenical collaboration should also be pursued, and good relationships sought with other faith communities.

For more information about this online application process, please use this link

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, particularly from those who are currently under-represented such as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups and women.