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“House for Duty” Priest in Charge - St Andrew’s by the Sea, Waiheke Island

“House for Duty” Priest in Charge - St Andrew’s by the Sea, Waiheke Island

The Waiheke Island Anglican Mission District is seeking a Priest in Charge to live on the Island and offer ministry.  The recent upgrade of St Andrews Church in Onetangi, and the purchase of a new Vicarage provides an attractive opportunity for someone who is interested in this ministry opportunity in a unique setting.

 

The “House for Duty” arrangement offers a spacious and comfortable home and reimbursement of expenses in exchange for offering ministry as Priest in Charge.  The role is therefore a part-time one which will require weekly Sunday worship responsibilities, as well as offering pastoral care and oversight of ministry with and for the small local church community.  The weekly Sunday service is at 10.30 am.

 

If you are interested in such a ministry opportunity, please be in touch with Archdeacon Carole Hughes (carole.hughes@aucklandanglican.org.nz) to discuss it in more detail.

Archdeacon Carole Hughes

carole.hughesSPAMFILTER@aucklandanglican.org.nz

16/09/2020

30/11/2020

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