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This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for Ireland, New Zealand and The Americas.

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Vacancies: Ireland
Church Ireland
Diocese CASHEL, FERNS & OSSORY
Parish Carlow
Position Incumbent
Description Three churches in good repair, in and around the large town of Carlow.

Modern well appointed Rectory in the town, beside the primary school. New parish centre close to the church.

Excellent opportunities for a varied ministry in both rural and commuter belt settings, with the prospect of reaching out to a diverse community of newcomers. An enthusiastic and forward looking parish community.

Good Primary, Secondary, and 3rd level Institutions close by. Motorway and good public transport links: Dublin can be reached in under one hour.

Further details Ven. Andrew Orr,
The Rectory,
Tullow
Co. Carlow
Ireland
Email archdeacon@leighlin.anglican.org
Website http://cashel.anglican.org/
Closes Tuesday 8 March 2016
 
 
Vacancies: New Zealand
Church New Zealand
Diocese WELLINGTON
Parish Parish of Kapiti
Position Full time Vicar
Description The Anglican Parish of Kapiti is looking for a Vicar.
About us:
We are a growing, mission shaped, multigenerational, multicultural parish that is open to a mixture of expressions of being Church. We aim to bring Christ into the community and the community to Christ. The love of Christ comes before all else. We strive to reflect a life style that is distinctive, counter cultural, authentic and attractive.
The Position:
This is a full time position with oversight of congregations worshipping in our three separate church centres. The role is supported by a self- supporting priest and part-time vocational deacon, retired clergy and lay leaders.
The person we are looking for would:
  • Be a collaborative and enabling leader with demonstrable leadership skills
  • Be committed to the strong liturgical and musical tradition with its emphasis on the sacraments
  • Be able to recognise talents and opportunities and enable them to be developed
  • Be motivated to extending the mission of the church both ecumenically and in the wider community
  • Have confidence and experience in strengthening spiritual formation for themselves and others
  • Have experience in running a parish and who wishes to explore new opportunities with diverse and enthusiastic Anglican communities
  • Be an inspirational leader to our youth and young people
The remuneration package includes a 3-bedroom house close to the Parish administration centre within easy reach of local schools, shops, and public transport as well as the beach. The region is served by eight primary schools and two colleges. If you feel you are being called to this position, we look forward to welcoming you into our church family. Please submit your CV, including a statement of not more than three pages about your personal approach to ministry.
Further details Executive Assistant to the Bishop: Mrs Rebecca Apperley
Physical Address:
18 Eccleston Hill (off Hill Street), Thorndon, Wellington
Postal Address:
PO Box 12 046, Wellington 6144
Telephone 0064 4 471 8597
FAX 0064 4 499 1360
Email rebecca@wn.ang.org.nz
Closes Tuesday 8 March 2016
Note To learn more about our parish please visit: http://www.kapitianglican.org.nz
To learn more about the Kapiti Coast please visit: http://www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/
    
 
Vacancies: The Americas
Church Mexico
Diocese DIOCESE OF WESTERN MEXICO
Parish St. Andrew's Anglican Church Mexico
Position Rector
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
Telephone US 1-352-314-9895
Email anglicanchurcha@gmail.com
Closes Sunday 1 May 2016
Note https://www.facebook.com/StAndrewsAnglicanChurchRiberas
https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-W57MV5ND/
http://www.chapalamls.net/about-lake-chapala
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/foreign-retirees-flocking-mexico/


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