Vicar - St Barnabas', Linthorpe, Middlesbrough | Diocese of York
An exciting opportunity to make a significant impact in the life of a growing evangelical church
*An open evangelical church responsive to the Holy Spirit
*Blessed with several distinctive congregations but one vibrant, lively, warm, welcoming, supportive + generous church family
*Numerically the largest church in the Archdeaconry, growing + changing, on the threshold of exciting times as we move forward with community engagement, developing student ministry + growing work with young families
*Help us grow in discipleship through biblically based teaching/preaching
*Minister to differing worship styles of our services, formal/informal
*Help us to think/plan strategically + creatively as we seek to grow
*Support our outreach, with a heart for the disadvantaged/vulnerable in our community
*Lead us in engaging with deanery/diocesan initiatives + future plans
WE CAN OFFER
*A spacious family vicarage in an attractive part of our mixed parish within walking distance of the church, excellent primary schools, theatre, museum, large park + the amenities of Linthorpe village
*University + world-class hospital nearby
*Dedicated preachers/ministry leaders; lay people extensively involved in church life, including a paid administrator
*Strong tradition of different music styles
*Access to stunning coast/moors
If you would like to have an informal conversation about this post, please contact the Bishop of Whitby, the Rt Revd Paul Ferguson (01642 593273), or the Archdeacon of Cleveland, the Ven Samantha Rushton (01642 706095).
Deadline for applications: Monday 9th July 2018
Interviews are scheduled for: Thursday 19th July 2018
Full details about this opportunity can be found by visiting our Pathways applicaition form
The post is open to priests of the Church of England or a church in full communion with it. Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclosure.
Unfortunately it is not always straightforward for clergy who are nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area to be appointed to posts in the Church of England. The policy of the UK Border Agency is that normally the organisation making the appointment has been able to prove that it is impossible to appoint a person who is a national of a European Economic Area country, before a visa giving permission to work will be issued to a person who comes from elsewhere.