Clergy & Ministry Vacancies Vicar of Theydon Bois, Theydon Garnon with Pastoral oversight of Stapleford Tawney and Theydon Mount Vicar of two lovely village churches and with Pastoral oversight of Stapleford Tawney and Theydon Mount. Excellent shops, schools and easy access to London on the Central Line. View vacancy > United Benefice of Fyfield, Moreton, Bobbingworth and Willingale with Shellow Bowells and Berners Ro This is a full time stipendiary post as Priest in Charge of the United Benefice. We are four lovely but different churches, set in the rolling countryside near Chipping Ongar. We have lively communities with good schools and good access to London. View vacancy > Priest in Charge (house-for-duty) Woodham Mortimer w Hazeleigh & Woodham Walter These two parishes are looking for someone to minister on a House for Duty basis which they have found works well. They are hoping he or she will have a visible presence in their villages, and particularly in association with their Church School in Woodham Walter View vacancy > Priest in Charge (house for duty) Purleigh We hope that our new priest will encourage all parishioners to continue with faith, hope and enthusiasm and a vision to extend Christ’s kingdom here in this locality View vacancy > Associate Priest of St Andrew and St Michael and All Angels, Westcliff-on-Sea We are looking to appoint an Associate Priest who will work alongside colleagues across two parishes in Westcliff-on-Sea. The Associate will have special responsibility for St Andrew’s, and for the significant outreach projects based within this densely populated, urban parish View vacancy > Priest in Charge of All Saints and St Peter, Hutton The parish of Hutton offers to you a strong Ministry Team, an exciting ministry with children and young people, good links with its Church School; and friendly and welcoming congregations in its two churches View vacancy > Page 1 of 2 1 2 > The Area Bishops hope that clergy considering a move will not be reluctant to make enquiries about any of the following vacant posts. Those seeking a move should consult their Area Bishop first. The process of finding a new incumbent will rarely take less than six months. Because of this, clergy houses will continue to be let, as appropriate, as part of our stewardship of all resources. See also the Clergy Appointments Adviser page on the Church of England web site. Terms and Conditions Applicants for parochial clergy posts should please note that, unless otherwise stated, posts are offered in accordance with the Chelmsford Diocesan Standard Terms of Appointment, a summary of which can be found here.