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|Description||Diocese of the Virgin Islands
St. George’s Episcopal (Anglican) Church
St. George’s Episcopal (Anglican) Church, on the island of Tortola, Virgin Islands, is looking for a new Rector to continue to nurture, guide and grow with us as we continue to expand our faithful service to Jesus Christ.
We expect our Rector to be a warm and engaging person who will engage us through preaching and worship into a deeper spirituality and faith; a Rector who will lead us with vision, who will help us to serve in the community, and will open the church doors wider.
St. George’s, this year, is celebrating 270 years since our first Rector in 1745. We are situated in the Eastern Caribbean with a predominantly Afro-Caribbean congregation.
The successful candidate must have:
A degree in education would be an advantage.
Interested applicants may obtain a church profile by calling 284-494-3894, by faxing 284-494-4574 or by emailing: email@example.com. Persons having an interest should send a comprehensive résumé to: The Wardens, St. George’s Episcopal (Anglican) Church, P.O. Box 28, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, VG 1110.
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