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Only 44 steps from your office to the coffee cart
Only 44 steps from your office to the coffee cart: Vicar, The Church of the Epiphany, Masterton
We are looking for a new full-time Vicar to help lead us in delivering on our goals: to:
- grow and develop the church community
- be up to date and able to meet the needs of all our people
- communicate effectively with parishioners
- build a shared understanding of our common purpose and how that might be manifested
We are a welcoming and well-ordered congregation that is seeking to enhance our ties with our local communities and the wider Diocesan family.
Our current service rhythms and worship styles can be described as traditional, but we are wanting to open ourselves to new expressions whilst remaining respectful of current practices.
We are actively involved with Hadlow, our neighbouring Diocesan preparatory school, and with ministry in three local resthomes.
We have a committed congregation and several very active parish organisations. We are in a sound financial position.
Our church is sited prominently on SH2 and we keep our doors open during daylight hours. We have a well-equipped hall that hosts, for example, a well-attended weekly Kids Song and Story morning.
If you feel you can help us build on our strengths and challenge us to embrace new expressions of being church in the 21st century, and you’d like to live in the marvellous Wairarapa, then we welcome the chance to consider you for our role.
WANTED: A Dynamic Vicar for the largest Parish in the 'Coolest Little Capital of the World
§ A leader of leaders. KAC has a wealth of leadership available to work with the Vicar who needs to be a person experienced in leading lay leaders, building teams and mentoring new clergy;
§ Led by your faith in the Lord Jesus as practised in the Anglican tradition;
§ Able to assist us to grow our Church significantly beyond its current level of just over 200 worshippers a week;
§ Competent in preaching, teaching and sensitive leading of worship;
§ Dynamic and out-going – experienced in working through people to manage, evangelise and grow a parish;
§ Able to work with ‘business savvy’ parishioners to see that the major building project KAC fulfils its outreach potential;
§ Willing to adopt and expand on our 3DM culture and on Alpha.
In return you will receive:
§ Support from a large, knowledgeable Vestry and senior leadership group.
§ Diocesan involvement and support as Vicar of one of the key Parishes in the Diocese.
§ Expert support in all key business disciplines (Legal, Accounting/Tax, Compliance, HR).
§ Fantastic coffee and cafes and an opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful, vibrant and cultured cities in the world!
Administrator - Wellington
The Interchurch Council of Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC) comprises a broad composition of Churches. We are committed to promoting, maintaining and developing, relevant, flexible, and competent Chaplaincy services within the Aotearoa New Zealand healthcare environment. The primary purpose of our ministry is to foster good health through excellence in pastoral care. Our Chaplains stand alongside other healthcare professionals in the hospital setting. We are committed to the principles of partnership expressed in the Treaty of Waitangi. Spiritual care and support is provided by Christian Chaplains in the most appropriate way for all healthcare clients, regardless of religious denomination, faith-orientation, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Clients are at liberty to access the spiritual care of their choice. Our Chaplains' role is to coordinate that process.
We are looking for someone sympathetic to our vision who will work closely with the Strategic Partnerships Manager. The role is part-time (16 hours per week) and is responsible for the administration of donations in the National Office.
To succeed in this role, you will have had previous office experience, and a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
A full Job Description is available from the website www.ichc.org.nz
For further information please emails Anna: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications (covering letter and CV) must be emailed to email@example.com
Called to serve God in Mid Canterbury?
Called to serve God in Mid Canterbury?
Expressions of interest are sought from an experienced Anglican priest for wide-ranging ministry opportunities opening up in Mid Canterbury. Working under the oversight of the Ven. Joan Clark, Archdeacon of Mid Canterbury and Vicar of Ashburton, an appointed priest will work in sacramental and pastoral ministry, based in Ashburton, to serve in a changing environment across Mid Canterbury.
Family and Children's Leader
Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty
Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty, Diocese of Waiapu
The Bishop of Waiapu seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced priests for the position of Regional Dean in the Bay of Plenty.
CWS appeals for survivors of Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami
Christian World Service is appealing for donations to support the survivors of last month’s disaster in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The magnitude 7.4 earthquake on September 28 was followed by a tsunami with waves reaching up to 6 metres high and speeds that could have reached 400 kilometres an hour.
Nearly 2,000 people have been confirmed dead, 74,444 displaced and over 1.1 million affected. Numbers are expected to rise further. An estimated 65,733 houses are damaged and electricity has only been partly restored. Hungry survivors have stopped relief deliveries before they reach their intended destination.
The high level of damage has slowed recovery efforts. The tsunami and earthquake cut off roads and ports. Palu’s small airport was damaged. Landslides threaten to cause further harm to isolated communities. Aftershocks continue and the threat of diseases like malaria remain as heavy rainfall is predicted in the next few weeks. Families have survived on what they could salvage from quake damaged ruins but these supplies are disappearing fast.
“The people of Central Sulawesi have been through a terrible ordeal. They need food, water, shelter and more in the weeks ahead. ACT Alliance Indonesia is working closely with authorities to coordinate their response to get help to the most vulnerable people including pregnant women, nursing mothers and the elderly. Please give generously to help the survivors,” says Pauline McKay, National Director Christian World Service.
“We are grateful for a steady stream of donations since we launched the appeal last week, but more is needed to continue relief efforts,” she adds.
Indonesia has banned foreign nongovernmental organisations from operating without approval and insists they support the local response.
Local ACT Alliance Indonesia members experienced the first quake and immediately helped in recovery efforts. The first medical team began operations on October 1 after a 24 hour overland trip. They are providing medical care and psychosocial support in the grounds of the Grand Mosque in Palu. Local staff have distributed the first relief shipments including food, tarpaulins, sleeping mats, bottled water and hygiene kits. Water has been distributed to 2,000 people who had received none in Sigi District. Three medical teams have been deployed to assist in a variety of capacities, including anaesthetists for Palu’s Samaritan Hospital. More help is on the way.
Churches have opened their doors for those needing help and are assisting with burials and prayers.
CWS is appealing for funds for the humanitarian response run by ACT Alliance Indonesia (Action by Churches Together). Members are coordinating their efforts and finalising their plans.
Donations can be made:
· On line and by direct deposit to the Indonesia Earthquake Tsunami Appeal
· By Phone with a credit card: 0800 74 73 72
· By Post to: CWS, PO Box 22652, Christchurch 8140
CWS is a member of ACT Alliance a global coalition of 150 churches and church-related organisations working together on humanitarian, development and advocacy in over 125 countries.
For more information, please contact: Pauline McKay, National Director firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 03 366 9274, Mobile: 021 289 1225
The Interchurch Council for Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC) comprises a broad composition of Churches. We are committed to promoting, maintaining and developing, relevant, flexible and competent Chaplaincy services within the Aotearoa New Zealand healthcare environment. The primary purpose of our ministry is to foster good health through excellence in pastoral care. Our Chaplains stand alongside other healthcare professionals in the hospital setting. We are committed to the principles of partnership expressed in the Treaty of Waitangi. Spiritual care and support is provided by Christian Chaplains in the most appropriate way for all healthcare clients, regardless of religious denomination, faith-orientation, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Clients are at liberty to access the spiritual care of their choice. Our Chaplains' role is ot coordinate that process.
We are amid an exciting developmental phase. Part of the process includes creating new reporting instruments for funders. This project requires a fresh set of (quantitative and qualitative) frameworks to be used by Chaplains that will accurately and simply capture our work on a day to day basis. Secondly, the Board has initiated a review intent on optimising Hospital Chaplaincy competency and quality. The project comprises five aspects;
- Recruitment pipelines
- Chaplaincy registration
- Professional development
- Bicultural chaplaincy
- Multicultural/faith chaplaincy
ICHC seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified person to frame and/or undertake research. The role may be either part-time for a fixed term, or contracted and may operate from our offices in Wellington or remotely.
Please send a Covering Letter and CV to email@example.com
The last 2018 training course to become a Refugee Support Volunteer will be starting soon.
NZ is doubling the refugee quota. Everyone can help. This Red Cross role is to support a UN quota refugee family during their first 3 months of resettlement in Hamilton: setting up a house, introducing the new arrivals to NZ culture and assisting them to find their way around.
The five training sessions run: 30 October and 6, 13, 20, 27 November – either 9.30am-12pm or 6-9pm, at the Red Cross on 422 Te Rapa Road, Hamilton.
Hollywood Bakery & Espresso
Hollywood Bakery & Espresso
@ CHARTWELL MALL
Opposite Count Down (level 1), Corner of Hukanui rd. & Comries rd.
FREE MUFFIN with MEDIUM/LARGE HOT DRINKS
A café with a vision of reaching out to the lost.
We play Christian music, provide evangelism pamphlet and offer prayers for anyone who needs them.
We cater for functions and catering purposes.
Whole cake for celebration is also available for order.
Our Menu range from coffees, cold drinks, sandwiches, pies, all day breakfast, slices, cakes.
Bring your family and friends and enjoy your time
MON – SAT 8 to 6, THURS 8 to 9, SUN 8.30 to 5
PHONE : (07) 8551088
The Johanne Lohse Scholarship
Priest in Charge, St Luke's, Wadestown
Priest in Charge Vacancy, St Luke’s, Wadestown (Wellington City) 0.8 (Flexible)
St Luke’s in Wadestown (part of the Ohariu Archdeaconry) is looking for a new Priest in Charge to guide us as we seek to “strengthen our relationship with God, and build stronger relationships with each other, our local community and Diocesan partners”.
We are a welcoming and supportive fellowship with many connections into the local community and wider Diocesan family. We are seeking someone who can help nurture these seeds and help us to flourish into the future.
We expect this position to be at 0.8 (of a full-time role), but are willing to be flexible for the right candidate. Our hope is that this role will grow to full-time over time, so the appointment may include an opportunity to increase hours during your term with us.
We are a respectful and thoughtful community, with active prayer, study and meditation groups. We are a people of the book (NZPB), but open to other forms of worship. We have a strong lay contribution at regular services, including a Healing Team. Our regular Sunday service includes both traditional (pipe organ) and contemporary (three-piece band) music. We enjoy a strong relationship with the Wadestown Presbyterian Church and share office space and the occasional service.
Our church sits at the crest of the hill in Wadestown. We keep our church doors open during daylight hours. It is connected to the St Luke’s Centre, which is Wadestown’s largest indoor meeting venue and is used by many local community groups.
Can you help us build on these foundations to further enrich our faith community?
We are looking for someone who:
- is a self-starter
- has the energy to lead, care and encourage parishioners
- can build a team and works well with others
- has experience in outreach and is able to connect with our wider community
- is competent in preaching, teaching and sensitive in pastoral care
- brings along their joy in God’s creation
A profile for St Luke’s Wadestown is available from the Bishops’ Executive Assistant, Rebecca Apperley (firstname.lastname@example.org), to whom applications should be forwarded not later than Tuesday 6 November 2018.
Full-time Vicar, Riccarton-Spreydon Parish
The parishioners of the Riccarton-Spreydon Parish are seeking a full-time vicar for their suburban, traditional/conservative recognisably Anglican parish, where mixed styles of worship can be experienced – both traditional and contemporary expressions. Riccarton-Spreydon is an energetic, busy, financially secure parish with a missionary orientation, both on overseas mission and continuing local outreach. Being a newly merged parish, they are uniquely poised to grow further.
Northland District Health Board
The Interchurch Council for Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC) comprises a broad composition of Churches. We are committed to promoting, maintaining and developing, relevant, flexible, and competent Chaplaincy services within the Aotearoa New Zealand healthcare environment. The primary purpose of our ministry is to foster good health through excellence in pastoral care. Our Chaplains stand alongside other healthcare professionals in the hospital setting. We are committed to the principles of partnership expressed in the Treaty of Waitangi. Spiritual care and support is provided by Christian Chaplains in the most appropriate way for all healthcare clients, regardless of religious denomination, faith-orientation, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Clients are at liberty to access the spiritual care of their choice. Our Chaplains' role is to coordinate that process.
Applications are being sought from experienced Chaplains and other suitably qualified clergy for this permanent, full-time Hospital Chaplaincy position at the Northland District Health Board.
A full Job Description and Application Form are available from the website www.ichc.org.nz
Applications (Covering Letter, Application Form and CV) must be emailed to email@example.com by midday on Friday, 26 October 2018
Auckland District Health Board
Part Time (0.75FTE)
Parish of Otumoetai
Vacancy: Full-time Vicar of the Parish of Otumoetai, Tauranga
Bishop Andrew Hedge is looking to appoint a priest as Vicar of the Parish of Otumoetai, Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty. Otumoetai is a suburb of Tauranga City, on the north-western peninsula of the city looking out toward Tauranga Harbour, Mt Maunganui and Matakana Island.
The parish has one worship centre, St John’s Church, which is a well-maintained plant offering flexibility in the worship space and includes several meeting areas, offices and a hall in one integrated building. The parish operates the “Oasis Op Shop and Drop-in Centre” in the set of shops adjacent to the church. The ministry of the parish includes Messy Church, three playgroups, a Toy Library, pastoral care team and a wide range of parish and other community-facing activities. It has served the local community since the early 1950’s and continues to do so in this fast-growing part of New Zealand. The parish does not own a vicarage so instead a housing allowance or rental accommodation will be provided within the parish for the successful applicant.
The person the parish seeks for this role as Vicar needs to:
· be energetic
· 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 an encourager of ministry to and with children and young people and their families
· be supportive of Messy Church in the parish
· have a strong liturgical grounding able to provide for traditional and a contemporary worship
· be able to engage with a wide range of music styles
· encourage the parish in its engagement with its wider community
· be able to show genuine interest in people and the life of the parish
· 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 Wednesday 21st November, 2018.