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Diocese of Dunedin - Vicar, St Matthew's Church

Diocese of Dunedin - Vicar, St Matthew's Church

St Matthew’s is looking for a full-time vicar. We are seeking the right person to lead our team of committed lay people to make disciples, equip the church and reach out to impact and transform the local community.

We have a long history as an evangelical, charismatic church, with a missional focus, deeply valuing good biblical teaching. We are affiliated to the AFFIRM Christian Community, and any applicant would need to be a member, or able to subscribe to the beliefs and discipline of the Community. Our facilities are well-resourced and we are looking for someone with a passion for the gospel, good relational and management skills, and who is a genuine team worker.

The post is open to any priest in Anglican orders who is entitled to live and work in New Zealand.

To request a Parish Profile or to make informal enquiries please contact:

Rt Rev’d Steven Benford (Bishop of Dunedin)
PO Box 13170, Dunedin 9052. New Zealand.
Phone: (03) 488 0820

To apply, please send a formal letter of application, your CV/resume, and the details of two referees to the above address.

The Bishop of Dunedin is looking to appoint priests who are practising and modelling lives of prayer, a commitment to the bible, and witnessing to the risen life of Jesus Christ.

Closing date: January 31st 2020.



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