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Vicar, Parish of Timaru, Diocese of Christchurch

Vicar, Parish of Timaru, Diocese of Christchurch

The Parish of Timaru seeks a full-time vicar to be a pastor to its community.

We seek a person who is called by the Holy Spirit—willing to proclaim the Gospel, celebrate the sacraments and offer spiritual and strategic leadership; a priest who will deeply appreciate the parish’s traditional liturgy and music, yet still be open to new worship expressions.

St Mary’s, situated in the CBD, has potential for growth in the southern half of Timaru.  This provides a stimulating challenge for a forward looking priest.

The parish is in good heart, worships with passion and dignity and firmly believes its mission is to bring Jesus to those who don’t know him.

A parish profile and an expression of interest form are available by emailing the Executive Assistant at the Diocese of Christchurch: bishopsea@anglicanlife.org.nz or by phoning 03 348 6701.

Applications, which must include a CV, a response to the profile of not more than four pages, and a statement about your faith and personal approach to ministry, are requested by 4:00pm Friday 8 November 2019 and are to be sent to bishopsea@anglicanlife.org.nz

07/11/2019

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