Minister - Holy Trinity, Ward End with Bordesley Green

Minister - Holy Trinity, Ward End with Bordesley Green

The Bishop of Birmingham seeks a Minister for the benefice of Holy Trinity Ward End with Bordesley Green

The Bishop is open to applications from lay or ordained candidates and further information on each possibility is available from the Archdeacon.

Set in diverse east Birmingham, this benefice, is an exciting place to minister across three very different churches. Each offers a committed lay team with different focal ministries including conference centre and social support projects, vibrant nursery, innovative community hub, vision for appropriate evangelism and worship, all seeking to reach out in an urban multifaith context. Offering collaborative ministry across the benefice, the minister will focus on leading Christ Church with St Margaret’s an evangelical church, part of the New Wine network. They will particularly enjoy

  • Ministering in an urban multi-faith context
  • Discerning appropriate mission and evangelism
  • Overseeing diverse Christian communities and models of outreach
  • Bringing imagination to site development and buildings for mission
  • Developing partnerships with community organisations
  • Collaboration with lay and ordained colleagues

A comprehensive parish profile will be available from Monday 10th February. A Diocesan Profile for this post should be read prior to submitting an application, this is available from the HR Support Officer, Chris Booth who can be emailed on chrisb@cofebirmingham.com

Closing date: 24th February Interviews: 26th & 27th March

To apply please click here

Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the Archdeacon of Aston Ven Simon Heathfield for informal conversation on 0121 426 0428 or at simonh@cofebirmingham.com

We welcome applications from any qualified persons, particularly those currently under-represented including as Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic groups & women.

Type
Church Life
Salary
Stipend
Deadline
24 February 2020
Interviews on
26 March 2020
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