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Rector

of St Aldates, Oxford

Contract:

Permanent

Location:

London and Home Counties

Recruiter:

Ref: JN008409

Job Description

We are a house of prayer for all nations at the heart of Oxford with an attendance of over 1,000 people every Sunday during University term-time. We are an all-age community with a heart to minister to people from all walks of life, equipping our members to be ministers of the gospel in their homes, streets, schools, universities workplaces and among the poor. We seek a godly leader full of faith who will help the church discern together God’s leading, so as to develop the vision and strategy needed to build on our rich heritage and respond to the challenges of the time and place in which we are situated.

 

Bishop Steven Croft writes:

St Aldates is a welcoming, mature and Christ-centred church in one of the great intellectual and cultural crossroads of the world. For generations the life of St Aldates has been shaped by God’s mission in evangelism and church planting, in social action and care for the environment. The new Rector will need the humility and maturity to sustain and deepen the ongoing life of St Aldates and discern the right way of developing vision for the future; and also the energy and gifts to build St Aldates ministry and mission year by year to those who come to work and study in our city from all over the globe.

 

Download our Parish Profile and apply at http://ctjob.uk/FFPSZN

 

The closing date: tba.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a two day mutual discernment process in Oxford.

 

For further information please contact: Ann Brown, Executive Officer, Simeon’s Trustees through ann.brown@simeons.org.uk

 

If you would like to register interest via ann.brown@simeons.org.uk she will be in touch when new dates have been agreed



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