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This list is in order by geographic region, then by diocese and parish. On this page there are listings for England and USA.

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Vacancies: England
Church England
Diocese OXFORD
Parish Bracknell Team Ministry
Position Interim Minister
Description We, the Bracknell Team Ministry, in the Reading Episcopal Area, are seeking to appoint an Interim Minister to work with us for three years, initially, to develop a vision and strategy for mission in a rapidly changing urban context. We need someone who has vision and energy, who will help us identify and nurture our gifts and the skills we shall need to grow God’s Church in the centre of Bracknell.
Further details The Bishop of Reading’s office, Bishop’s House, Tidmarsh Lane, Tidmarsh, Reading, RG8 8HA
Telephone 0118 9841216
Email bishopreading@oxford.anglican.org
Website http://www.oxford.anglican.org/interim-minister-bracknell-team-ministry/
Closes Friday 8 May 2015
Note Our parish profile, role description, Application Form and Guidance Notes are available from the Bishop of Reading’s office or the website.
 
 
Vacancies: USA
Church United States
Diocese EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF ALBANY NEW YORK
Parish St. George's Episcopal Church, Schenectady
Position Rector
Description Full-time Rector, St. George’s Episcopal Church, Schenectady, New York (Diocese of Albany)

Chartered in 1735 and located in the Stockade Historic District, St. George’s has a rich history, a beautiful church, and an active, dedicated congregation that celebrates diversity – in people and our liturgy. We embrace both Rites I and II of the 1979 prayer book, with services enriched by a vibrant choral program of traditional and contemporary music. The parish is financially sound thanks to active stewardship and a moderate endowment.

St. George’s seeks a full-time rector to guide our spiritual growth and:

  • Lead a loving, growing parish and attract younger families;
  • Provide and inspire committed, pastoral leadership;
  • Embrace the Episcopalian cornerstones of Scripture, Tradition, and Reason;
  • Sustain the vital ministry of the laity;
  • Share our commitment to welcoming all people to worship and participate in our ministry;
  • Honor the different perspectives of others as we focus on our unity in Christ and Christian service; and
  • Re-energize all facets of parish life, including Christian education for children and adults, pastoral care, and community outreach.
Inquiries should be directed to Christopher Henry, Senior Warden, St. George’s, 30 North Ferry Street, Schenectady, NY 12305. Website: www.stgeorgesschenectady.org. Our parish profile is posted under “Search-Rector.” Application deadline May 30, 2015.
Further details Chris Henry, Senior Warden
St. George's Episcopal Church
Schenectady, New York 12305
Phone (518) 374-3163
Telephone (518) 374-3163
FAX (518) 377-2902
Email stgeorges@nycap.rr.com
Closes Saturday 30 May 2015


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