An exciting new stipendiary role has been created in an established mission area of three parishes serving a diverse socio-economic context.
The Diocese of Sheffield is looking for a priest with a passion for urban mission and a commitment to work creatively to meet new challenges. With Lowest Income Communities funding, they are able to make this new appointment to be based at St James Clifton, one of the most deprived parishes in the diocese, sharing with an ordained colleague in the oversight of the parish churches of Clifton, Herringthorpe and Whiston.
The successful candidate will be licensed as Priest in Charge of Clifton and Associate Priest at Herringthorpe and Whiston, and will nurture the whole people of God to realise the Diocesan strategy to be a flourishing and generous diocese that is Renewed, Released and Rejuvenated.
FOR AN INFORMAL CHAT, CONTACT:
Archdeacon of Sheffield & Rotherham, the Venerable Malcolm Chamberlain 07740 198806
FOR AN INFORMATION PACK VISIT:
Please send completed applications to The Archdeacon of Sheffield & Rotherham at archdeacons.office@Sheffield.anglican.org by 5:00pm on Thursday 6 August.
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 16 September.
This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.