As many will know, we are currently without a Priest and, in conjunction with our colleagues at St.Cyprian Hay Mill, are working hard to search for and appoint a new one to work in both churches. Via the Diocesan website and The Church Times the advert for applicants has been published which reads as follows:
These two parishes in urban/suburban east Birmingham have been working together for a number of years, have committed lay leadership and look forward to their next stage of development.
This post would suit a person energised by:
• Praying, living & witnessing in diverse, multicultural Birmingham
• Fostering vision and direction across both parishes
• Encouraging a rich variety of worship, from formal Anglican to creative middle
• A leading role in an innovative industrial heritage mission project with established partners
• Collaborative ministry leadership with church members and beyond.
‘We are supportive and down to earth people who look forward to working with a new priest as we grow together.’
Closing Date: 17 February Discernment interviews: 11 & 12 March
Interested candidates are welcome to contact the Archdeacon of Aston, Ven Simon Heathfield, for further conversation on 07769 187435 or SimonH@cofebirmingham.com
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, particularly from those who are currently under-represented such as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups and women.
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