Clergy & Ministry Vacancies Youth Ministy To see our current Youth Ministry posts please visit our Youth Ministry vacancies page. Area Youth Adviser to the Bishop of Barking Do you have a passion for serving young people and an ability to lead and inspire others? Would you like to live and work in the most exciting, diverse and energetic part of the UK? View the post Clergy Vacancies Below are the current Clergy vacancies Chaplain to the Bishop of Chelmsford The Bishop of Chelmsford is looking to appoint a priest as his new Chaplain. View vacancy > Priest-in-Charge St Mark, Rose Lane/Arneways Avenue, Marks Gate, Romford Marks Gate, situated on the western edge of Romford, bordering on open countryside but with easy access to London, needs a mission-minded priest to lead, grow and nurture our congregation and minister innovatively in this diverse, fast-changing community. View vacancy > Priest in Charge All Saints, Walton-le-Soken This warm-hearted evangelical seaside parish seeks to appoint a Priest in Charge. View vacancy > Team Vicar designate Great Wakering w Foulness, and Barling Magna & Little Wakering; also Rochford & Sutton w Shopland This appointment offers a unique challenge and environment for anyone interested in living out their faith and bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ to a special part of South-East Essex View vacancy > Full time, Priest in Charge of Chipping Ongar St Martin with Shelley St Peter Chipping Ongar Priest in Charge of two lovely churches in the Epping Forest and Ongar deanery. Also potential leader for a forming Unit. View vacancy > Part-time Priest in Charge Holland-on-Sea Come and live near the sea on the Sunshine Coast of Essex! Holland-on-Sea, St Bartholomew seeks a Part-time Priest in Charge (3 days plus Sunday). View vacancy > Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 > 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.