The Benefice of Morley comprises the Parish of Morley St Peter; the Parish of Morley Townend St Paul's and the Parish of Bruntcliffe, St Andrew.
Morley is located to the south of Leeds in the Armley Deanery of the Leeds Diocese, and has a population of around 29,000
The Team Rector will have a ministry that includes oversight and encouragement across the Morley Team with specific responsibility for St Peter's Morley.
We seek to appoint a wise, sensitive, gentle but firm leader.
For an informal discussion please contact Ven Paul Ayers, Archdeacon of Leeds via email in the first instance at email@example.com.
We committed to safeguarding, this post will required a satisfactory enhanched DBS to be undertaken
The Main Responsibilities of the Role will be to lead the Morley Team, and to be the parish priest of St Peter's.
For full details please see the Role Description document below or
The ideal candidate will be someone who:
is an Ordained priest within the Church of England
and can demonstrate
For full details of the person specification please see the person specification document below or clickhttps://www.cofepathways.org/members/modules/jobV2/fdownload.php?j=6f47b54bce6832ab&f=0a1932e47b4814dd
For more information about this application process, please use this link
For full details of the Benefice of Morley and what we can offer please see the attached Brochure Below:
The Anglican Diocese of Leeds comprises five Episcopal Areas, each coterminous with an Archdeaconry. This is now one of the largest dioceses in the country, and its creation is unprecedented in the history of the Church of England. It covers an area of around 2,425 square miles, and a population of around 2,642,400 people.
The three former dioceses were created in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to cater for massive population changes brought about by industrialisation and, later, mass immigration. The diocese comprises major cities (Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield), large industrial and post-industrial towns (Halifax, Huddersfield, Dewsbury), market towns (Harrogate, Skipton, Ripon, Richmond and Wetherby), and deeply rural areas (the Dales). The whole of life is here, along with all the richness, diversity and complexities of a changing world.
The Diocesan Bishop (The Rt Rev’d Nick Baines) is assisted by five Area Bishops (Bradford, Huddersfield, Kirkstall, Wakefield and Ripon), and five archdeacons (Bradford, Halifax, Leeds, Pontefract, Richmond & Craven). The Bishop of Kirkstall is the Rt Rev’d Paul Slater.
Our vision as the Diocese is about confident clergy equipping confident Christians to live and tell the good news of Jesus Christ. For all of our appointments we are seeking clergy who have a joyful and confident faith which has inspired a track record of church growth, both numerically and spiritually.
For further details of the Diocese please see: http://www.leeds.anglican.org