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Team Rector in the Witham & Villages Team Ministry

We long to grow God’s Kingdom in our growing town and six villages, situated between Chelmsford and Colchester. 

We are looking for somebody to lead us, enable us and inspire us as our next Team Rector. 

  • Lead us as we seek God’s will and direction for our Team Ministry
  • Enable us to discern what the Church can offer our town and villages
  • Inspire us to be innovative and creative in how we grow our congregations

We have plenty of hopes for our future, not least focussing on our ministry to children, young people and families. 

We are realistic about the challenges ahead and we know that we need to accept change to grow. 

You will have day to day responsibility for St Nicolas’ Church, Witham (which is liberal catholic in tradition) and overall responsibility across the team (with village churches of a central tradition). 

Your colleagues will be a Team Vicar and two curates (one of whom has a pioneer ministry in a church plant in Witham) plus supportive lay preachers and leaders and associate and retired clergy.

 

Closing date: TBC

Interview date: TBC

 

Full details on www.chelmsford.anglican.org or to email, please click here

 

For an informal conversation please contact:

Venerable Ruth Patten, Archdeacon of Colchester on 01376 513130 or Revd Simon Garwood, Acting Area Dean on 01376 573701

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