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Vicar of Balclutha
Vacancy for Vicar of Balclutha, Diocese of Otago. Full-time.
The Bishop of Dunedin, in consultation with the Parish Nominators, is looking to appoint a vicar to this vibrant, charismatic evangelical parish in South Otago. With the assistance of a self-supporting priest and active Lay Ministry involvement, this parish is looking for the right person to continue the work of God already started, and is excited about where God will be leading them. Already active in mission, young people’s work and community involvement: there is an eagerness to work together in the power of the Holy Spirit to seek the Kingdom of God.
The Bishop of Dunedin is looking to recruit people who both encourage and model the practice of prayer and the reading of scripture: if this is your vision, and you feel called to this post please contact him for further details – email@example.com Closing date for applications is 31 January 2018
Information about the parish and area can be found on the website: https://sites.google.com/site/stmarksbalclutha/
Priest-in-Charge/Vicar of Waitaki North Oamaru
Vacancy for Priest-in-Charge/Vicar of Waitaki North Oamaru, Diocese of Dunedin.
Initially ⅔ time Position
The Bishop of Dunedin, in consultation with the Parish Nominators, is looking to appoint a priest to this Three Church Parish. Embracing rural ministry with the contrast of a town church, this post is looking for someone with a heart for pastoral ministry, and building up the body of Christ. There are three small enthusiastic congregations that are looking for a leader to walk with them, and to guide them into growth.
The Bishop of Dunedin is looking to recruit people who both encourage and model the practice of prayer and the reading of scripture: if this is your vision, and you feel called to this post please contact him for further details – firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 14 February 2018
A profile of the parish is available by contacting email@example.com
(Informal enquiries welcome.)
St Martin's & St James Riccarton-Spreydon
Director of Studies and a Chaplain
St George’s College
Applications are invited for the following positions.
Director of Studies
St. George’s College, Jerusalem is seeking candidates for the full-time Director of Studies commencing in 2018. The Director of Studies is responsible for the planning, delivery and evaluation of College program. The Director of Studies reports to the Dean of the College but coordinates a diverse team of adjunct lecturers, visiting professors and any Scholars-in-Residence. Principally, the Director of Studies oversees and facilitates the experience of the students as they engage the land, the scriptures, recent archaeology and contextual realities in theological reflection and a devotional practice that aims to be expansive and transformative.
Click here for a copy of the Job Description
The Chaplain provides pastoral and spiritual support to the course members including the College community. The major areas of activity include liturgical leadership, theological reflections, and pastoral care. The appointment is normally for a calendar year, and the College seeks to draw on people from different regions within the Anglican Communion.
Applications close 20 December 2017
Detailed information about each of these positions is available on the College web site. (See URL below description above.) Expressions of interest should be directed to the Dean at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Anglican Centre in the Holy Land
pilgrimage • community • reconciliation • study
Enjoy a holiday with a difference on Lake Como in 2018
Enjoy a holiday with a difference on Lake Como in 2018
If in the past you have visited Lake Como, popular from the Grand Tour onwards with visitors from the UK and Ireland and from many other countries, you may have visited the Anglican Church of the Ascension at Cadenabbia (next to the Passenger and Car ferry terminal). Cadenabbia is in the central lake area, which includes the beautiful towns of Bellagio, Menaggio, Tremezzo and Varenna, to name a few.
The Church built in 1891 by a group of English-speaking residents, today it still provides a place for visitors and residents to worship or simply to stop and have a few moments of quiet in its beautiful interior. It is also a cherished place to celebrate a wedding.
In October 2018 the Anglican Church is hosting a Retreat from 7-12th October, centred at Cadenabbia, but giving participants the opportunity to spend time at some beautiful and significant sites which Trip Advisor don’t mention. The retreat will be lead by the experienced English Spiritual Director, Revd. Ivor Lyn Philips.
If a week’s retreat in beautiful surroundings, with stimulating spiritual and historical reflection, meeting local residents and like-minded international visitors, as well as visiting some unusual ancient sites of worship is appealing and of interest, please get in touch. A very special time is assured for this small group of approximately 25 participants. There will also be time for you to explore the beauty of the area and visit some of the towns on the spectacular Lake Como.
An average level of fitness and health is required, as some of the sites involve walking.
The cost for the programme, with 5 night’s half-board accommodation, is 750 euros; travel to and from Cadenabbia is not included.
Please contact Jeannie Willan (email@example.com) for more details.
2018 Lenten Study Books
Heathcote-Mt Pleasant Parish
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Is God Calling You?
Our Hopes for our New Vicar
St Christopher's Avonhead Christchurch
Superintending Minister/Vicar Vacancy
Vacancy for Superintending Minister/Vicar of the Anglican-Methodist Parish of Whakatāne
½ time Position including a full housing allowance
Bishop Andrew Hedge, in consultation with the Methodist Synod Superintendent is looking to appoint a priest to this Anglican-Methodist co-operating venture whose current co-ordinating partner is the Anglican Church (Diocese of Waiapu).
This position is .5 FTE role and would be negotiated by way of a covenant to ensure that this included the provision of worship every Sunday in the month, and the mid-week Communion. Alongside this .5 Stipend would be a full housing allowance.
The person the parish seeks for this role as minister needs to:
have proven leadership skills with a willingness to develop a team
be a good communicator, enabler and encourager, with the ability to think and work laterally
be orientated towards children and young people to re-engage with the childcare centres and develop relationships which will build a children and families ministry which no longer exists
have a strong liturgical grounding and able to work with both Anglican and Methodist liturgies
be prepared to engage with the Methodist Synod as well as the Anglican requirements of Synod, Clergy Conference, Clergy Training days, Regional Conference and to engage with the Co-operative Ventures Forum gatherings (2-3 a year)
not be afraid to speak out on social issues
to encourage the parish in its engagement with its wider community
be able to show genuine interest in people and the life of the parish
be a person of forward vision
have an open theological perspective
be a warm and friendly personality.
For expressions of interest please contact in the first instance Colleen Marriott (Office Manager, Diocese of Waiapu) firstname.lastname@example.org for a Parish Profile.
Closing date for applications is 8th February 2018.
The Anglican Parish of Burnside-Harewood
We are looking to recruit a Children’s Worker
Parish of Geraldine, Diocese of Christchurch
Waikato University Book Group
Uni Book Group – Brother Andrew hosts a book-reading group on Tuesdays at 4pm in the Lady Goodfellow Chapel at the University of Waikato. All are welcome, not just the usual suspects! We’ve just started reading Jack Caputo’s “What Would Jesus Deconstruct?: The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church.” You can find it on Kindle, or get a hard copy from Book Depository here: https://www.bookdepository.com/What-Would-Jesus-Deconstruct-John-D-Capu/9780801031366?ref=grid-view&qid=1498004117000&sr=1-1 The venue is warm and comfortable, coffee and tea are provided, and parking on campus is just $2 (though if you get in early, you can park in front of the chapel for free). We aim to finish by 5:30!
Dean of St George's College, Jerusalem
Dean of St George’s College, Jerusalem
The College has a unique and vital role as an educational and spiritual resource for the whole Anglican Communion and the Diocese of Jerusalem. It aims to provide profound, authentic and spiritually nourishing experiences for all who attend its courses. Its current priorities include achieving wider participation in its courses, developing opportunities for interfaith dialogue, and supporting the Diocese of Jerusalem.
The new Dean will be responsible for leading the College at a time of great opportunity, developing and overseeing its range of courses, upholding its academic standards and promoting it world-wide as a place through which lives are transformed and faith renewed.
The successful candidate will have...
proven leadership qualities with a deep commitment to the vision of St George’s
excellent academic qualifications – further degree or equivalent
a clear understanding and experience of management, governance, strategic and
business planning, including marketing and fundraising
skills to work with sensitivity and flexibility in the complex and diverse
environment of the Middle East
well-developed communication and negotiation skills
Salary, benefits and starting date to be negotiated, but will include an apartment in the College. The initial appointment is for 3 years, but is renewable subject to a review of the post and the needs of the College.
As the post holder will be required to conduct worship in the Cathedral and other churches in the Diocese when needed, the post is subject to an occupational requirement that the holder be an ordained priest in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition, prepared and able to work as a priest under the Canons of the Diocese of Jerusalem. These do not allow for the ministry of women priests.
For further details about the post contact
the Most Revd Suheil Dawani - Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem,
Closing date: 17 January 2018
Shortlisting will take place on 24 January
and interviews will be in Jerusalem on Saturday 17 February 2018.