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Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

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Richmond Parish – Vicar (full-time)

Richmond Parish – Vicar (full-time)

Are you the person that God is calling to journey with us in Richmond parish to grow God's Kingdom in our community?  Based in an evangelical tradition, we are theologically broad.  We have worked hard to become a safe, inclusive place, and want to become more effective in our community with as many parishioners as possible exercising their spiritual gifts. We are looking for a skilled preacher and teacher, a person of prayer and spiritual insight, and someone who is able to communicate vision and bring others into the vision. Parish Profile:  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, or Ph:  03 548 3124 .  Closing date is Friday 29 January 2021

Bishop’s PA

03 548 3124



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