Anglican General Synod

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

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Secretary General of the Anglican Communion

Secretary General of the Anglican Communion

 

As you know, The Most Revd Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon retires as Secretary General of the Anglican Communion in August 2022 after 7 years dedicated service. Recruitment for the next Secretary General is now underway. We are keen to ensure global reach with our search and advertising. A dedicated microsite  https://micro.green-park.co.uk/anglicancommunion/

The post is being recruited to by Green Park recruitment consultancy. In addition, nominations are encouraged from primates, provincial secretaries, bishops, clergy and lay leaders in the Member Churches of the Anglican Communion.

Please pray for all prayerfully discerning a calling to serve as the next Secretary General, all involved in the search and recruitment process, and for Archbishop Josiah as he enters his final year as Secretary General and prepares for his future ministries.

20/12/2021

31/01/2022

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