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House for Duty Priest - Monmouth MA

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DIOCESE OF MONMOUTH: ESGOBAETH MYNWY

MONMOUTH MINISTRY AREA

We are looking for a collaborative and caring priest with a genuine passion for working with others, lay and ordained in a beautiful part of Wales.

Based in the lovely village of Llanishen and primarily working with 4 churches around that area, you will also be part of the Ministry Team covering the new Ministry Area of Monmouth which has 19 churches.

We hope for a Priest who will be:

  • Caring - has a strong pastoral heart and passion for encouraging the members of each of the congregations in discipleship
  • Collaborative in nature - working well with the Ministry Team, lay and ordained, within the Ministry Area and is a good team player
  • Community focused - being a visible presence in the Ministry Area
  • Engaging - has energy and commitment to engage with the local communities and is sympathetic to the needs of rural communities


For an informal conversation please contact

The Venerable Ian Rees, Archdeacon of Monmouth on
07983 684151
or
archdeacon.monmouth@churchinwales.org.uk


Profile and Application Forms

Applications should be submitted by email to:


Closing date for applications:

Monday 18th October 2021

(Interviews to be held early in November)