This is an opportunity to lead St Agnes, in the iconic district of St Pauls, whilst giving oversight for the ministry team at St Anne’s, and working with the Bishop to ensure BAME people can flourish in the life of the Diocese.
St Agnes and St Anne’s serve diverse inner city communities and are places of sanctuary and hope. St Agnes is a focal point for African Caribbean people
in Bristol. St Anne’s blesses and reflects a changing local community and is part of Inclusive Church.
Congregations are supportive and committed with ordained and lay leadership.
Worship is centred on the Eucharist. The parishes lie at the gateway to Bristol,
alongside the M32 with a modern vicarage in a vibrant family-friendly neighbourhood.
We welcome applications from BAME candidates.
For an informal conversation call Neil Warwick, Archdeacon of Bristol, 0117 906 0100
Closing date: 12 noon Monday 2 March
Familiarisation & Interviews: 25/26 March 2020
Closing date: 02 March 2020