Our vibrant and active Benefice is seeking someone to become part of a new team. Our vision is to be a family of six churches reaching out into the community, sharing Christ’s love and making disciples. We share in the diocesan vision of telling a joyful story, growing God’s kingdom and building our capacity for good.
We seek a priest who has a proven record of working collaboratively with others, who is committed to team ministry, and is flexible and adaptable. The Vicar will be expected to develop the parish’s ministry to children and young people, and explore new ways of involving young families in the life of the church community. He or she would also help to develop and encourage lay involvement as we go forward together as a Parish.
For more information and the parish profile or an informal chat, please contact the Rector:
Canon Lynda Newman
Tel: 01639 644612 / Email: email@example.com
Application Form is available from:
The Bishop’s Chaplain
Cardiff CF5 2YE
Tel: 02920 562 400
Closing date for applications: noon 24th February 2020
Interviews 2nd March 2020
This advert is also posted on the provincial and diocesan websites: www.churchinwales.org.uk / llandaff.churchinwales.org.uk
This post is subject to a DBS Enhanced Disclosure.
This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate, as the Benefice begins a new chapter in its life as the Church in Wales celebrates its centenary and the Year of Pilgrimage. We are looking for someone to become part of a new Team comprising the Rector, Vicar and two curates, where our vision is to be a family of churches reaching out into the community, sharing Christ’s love and making disciples.
We seek a priest with a proven record of working collaboratively with others, who exercises creativity and initiative and who is also flexible and adaptable. The Team Vicar will be expected to particularly develop the Benefice’s ministry to children and young people and to explore new ways of involving young families in the life of the church community and to assist in the development and execution of the benefice’s plan to grow the Church across all age groups.
The Benefice is seeking to develop engagement with the “unchurched” and to build on the solid foundations that are already established, as we share in the Diocesan vision to tell a joyful story, grow God’s kingdom and to build our capacity for good.
The Vicar will be someone who relates well to people of all ages and social backgrounds, has a warm personality and who is able to work effectively alongside clergy and laity
In return the Vicar will be supported and encouraged by the Bene-fice, who will provide the opportunity for him or her to develop their own particular skills and interests as they embark upon this stage in their ministry.
Closing date: 24 February 2020