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Blenheim South Parish - Priest in Charge (full-time)

Blenheim South Parish - Priest in Charge (full-time)

St Christopher's is looking for a full-time Priest in Charge to lead a team of committed lay people to build disciples and reach out to impact and transform the local community.  We have a long history as an evangelical church, deeply valuing good biblical teaching and a missional focus.  Our church is well resourced and we are looking for someone with a passion for the gospel, good relational skills, management skills and who is a genuine team worker.
Parish Profile: https://www.nelsonanglican.nz/vacancy/blenheim-south-parish   Expressions of interest can be made through the Bishop’s office by sending a formal letter of enquiry and current CV, to the Bishop’s PA,   bishops.pa@nelsonanglican.nz or Ph:  03 548 3124   Closing date is Friday 29 January 2021

Bishop’s PA

03 548 3124

bishops.paSPAMFILTER@nelsonanglican.nz

11/12/2020

29/01/2021

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