We seek a priest with experience and energy, to lead the churches of Grangetown in the fast-changing and diverse multi-cultural environment
of Wales’s capital city. If you relish the challenges of developing a creative and collaborative ministry, with colleagues, to serve both new and historic communities, then this is the place where you will thrive.
You will most likely be someone who:
- understands and relishes the challenges of ministry in a complex multicultural city
- is a confident, inclusive and approachable leader, with proven
- has a heart for ministry with children and families, and can relate effectively to them
- enjoys working collaboratively with both clergy and lay
colleagues, to shape a vision for future change
- can engage with people from different backgrounds, and
- is well resourced spiritually, and is able to encourage and resource others
For more information or an informal chat, call The Ven Peggy Jackson, Archdeacon of Llandaff
02920 569179 • email@example.com
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FURTHER DETAILS FROM:
The Bishop’s Office, Llys Esgob,
Cathedral Green, Llandaff, Cardiff CF5 2YE
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: 12.00 noon, Friday 5th February, 2021
This is a unique opportunity to join a new team, serving one of the fastest growing and most diverse communities of Wales’s capital city. South Cardiff encompasses both the historic multi-cultural communities and the new residential developments which reflect Cardiff’s maritime past. Together they surround the growing national institutions, and the cultural and commercial centre, in Cardiff Bay. The Ministry Area brings together the Anglican churches across this area, to serve the needs of their traditional communities, and develop new opportunities for mission, as part of the overall dynamic vision of Llandaff Diocese, Where Faith Matters.
The next Vicar for Grangetown will be someone with energy and vision to grasp the challenges of ministry and the exciting opportunities for development in the South Cardiff Ministry Area. You will be a Eucharist-centred priest, with a willingness to try new things, comfortable working collaboratively with both clergy and lay colleagues. A confident and approachable leader, a good teacher, and a family-friendly priest able to give priority to ministry in schools and with children and young people, you will enthuse, encourage and lead the spiritual development of the congregations.
Closing date: 05 February 2021