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|This page last updated 22 November 2015||
Anglicans Online last updated 22 November 2015
Editor: Peter Owen firstname.lastname@example.org
This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for Canada, England, New Zealand and The Americas.
|Description||Holy Trinity Church in Yellowknife, NWT is a vibrant, friendly parish with a full Sunday school, a multinational congregation, and a strong connection with local Inuit and Dene communities. We are seeking a new rector as our priest has moved on to a teaching position within the Diocese of the Arctic. Some parishioners were born in igloos; some are founding patriarchs and matriarchs of our small city; and others have recently arrived but are fully active within the parish and community. Despite variation in preferences for worship style and across the theological spectrum, the congregation enjoys remarkable unity and looks forward to welcoming a new rector. We are a self-supporting parish.|
|Further details||Amy Hendricks
Search committee, Holy Trinity Anglican Church
|email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Closes||Tuesday 8 December 2015|
|Note||A full parish profile is posted at http://jobs.anglican.ca/job/holy-trinity-anglican-church-yellowknife-nwt-2-rector-holy-trinity-yellowknife-nwt/|
|Description||St Edmundsbury Cathedral: Suffolk’s Anglican Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to take up a newly created role and join the Music Department at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
The person appointed to this role will approach and work with parishes and benefices across the diocese to enable them to develop and improve their liturgical music in their local setting.
|Further details||For a full job description and application form please visit www.stedscathedral.co.uk|
|Closes||Monday 7 December 2015|
|Description||St Matthew-in-the-City is an historic inner city church in the heart of Auckland, NZ, with a vibrant ministry and a reputation for fine music.
We are seeking an organist to lead and expand our current music programme.
The organist we seek is a musician with flair and creativity, who has an affinity with liturgical music and Anglican tradition.
The organist will play for Sundays and festivals and accompany the St Matthew’s Voices. The St Matthew’s Voices are a professional quartet who sing a classical repertoire (baroque, romantic and NZ compositions).
There will be opportunities for the organist to bring their ideas and leadership to new areas of development such as recitals and concerts using a variety of musicians. There is scope for additional services and opportunities for composition.
It is envisaged that the position could entail one day per week plus Sundays, with weddings and funerals in addition. This is negotiable.
St Matthew-in-the-City has a recently rebuilt Willis organ – four manual 3000 pipes.
The position will begin on 1 March 2016.
|Further details||Ian Pallas
187 Federal St
|Closes||Tuesday 1 December 2015|
|Description||Tired of Cold Winters and Hot Summers?
St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Mexico has an opening for a part-time paid Rector. We have the best climate in the Western Hemisphere. The high elevation and southern latitude make it always spring or fall at in Lake Chapala Riberas.
We are a small parish in need of a part-time paid rector who will minister primarily to English and some Spanish speaking parishioners. Our nationalities include: 45% Canadian, 45% U.S. citizens, and 10% Mexican. Many of our members are retired and come from all walks of life and sexual orientations. Some knowledge of Spanish is a plus, but not necessary.
Our incumbent is retiring. We have a permanent part-time/paid position available in this low-cost environment.
Send an inquiry before you apply and we will send you more information. Please check our links below to acquaint yourself with us. All attachments must be in pdf format.
|Further details||St. Andrew's Anglican Church,
Search Committee, Don Pruitt,
Calle San Lucas #19,
Riberas del Pilar, Chapala
Jalisco, Mexico 45900
|Closes||Tuesday 1 March 2016|
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