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EXPERIENCE RURAL MINISTRY IN EAST AND NORTH YORKSHIRE Stamford Bridge Group

Contract:

Permanent

Location:

Yorkshire and Lincs

Recruiter:

Ref: JN007135

Job Description

Are you ready to answer the call to rural ministry from Viking villages to the Howardian Hills?

 

The Diocese of York includes the East and much of North Yorkshire - an area which is home to 1.4 million people. Our diocese extends from the Tees to the Humber, including the cities of York and Hull, as well as Middlesbrough, Selby, the incomparable Yorkshire coast and two National Parks.

Come and join us in the fantastic communities of rural North and East Yorkshire, surrounding the historic city of York, with our glorious Minster, famous walls and winding medieval streets. From baptisms in local rivers to Thankful Villages, we welcome you!

 

Our current clerical posts include:

 

Stamford Bridge Group

 

We are looking to continue developing our ministries of hospitality and community engagement as we grow in discipleship.

 

Could you work with us to reach out to visitors, whether ‘Vikings’, beer lovers or walkers and to those moving in to the new developments in our communities?

 

We are passionate about learning and growing together with the other churches of the South Wold Deanery to serve our rural communities.

 

For more details of all four posts see bit.ly/aboutyork

 

Join the Archdeacon of York for a two-day Experience Programme on 7th/8th March with an opportunity to discuss rural ministry in North and East Yorkshire.

 

Bookings close 28th February: for further information and to book your place contact: The Ven Sarah Bullock, Archdeacon of York, 1 New Lane, Huntington, York YO32 9NU,

01904 758241,

adyk@yorkdiocese.org

www.dioceseofyork.org.uk/vacancies

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Closing date: 28 February 2019

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