Vacancies in the Diocese as at 30th September 2015
The following parishes are looking for a new incumbent. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check. Application forms and parish profiles are available (unless otherwise stated) from the Archdeacons’ PA, Mrs Frances-Anne Cross, at email@example.com (01483 790352)
THE FOLLOWING PARISHES AND BENEFICES ARE OR WILL BECOME VACANT AND THE PARISH PROFILES AND STATEMENTS OF NEED ARE AVAILABLE (EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST MEANTIME SHOULD BE MADE TO THE ARCHDEACONS' PA):
THE FOLLOWING PARISHES AND BENEFICES ARE OR WILL BECOME VACANT AND THE PARISH PROFILES AND STATEMENTS OF NEED WILL BE AVAILABLE IN DUE COURSE; (EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SHOULD BE MADE TO THE ARCHDEACONS' PA):
Interviews are planned for 8th and 9th December
Interviews are planned for 25th and 26th January
- Effingham & Little Bookham
- Knaphill with brookwood
- West Ewell
THE FOLLOWING PARISHES AND BENEFICES ARE OR WILL BECOME VACANT AND ARE CURRENTLY UNDER DISCUSSION ABOUT POSSIBLE PASTORAL REORGANISATION. THE PARISH PROFILES AND STATEMENTS OF NEED WILL BE AVAILABLE IN DUE COURSE:
THE FOLLOWING PARISHES AND BENEFICES ARE STILL VACANT BUT AN APPOINTMENT HAS BEEN MADE:
- Bramley & Grafham
- Camberley, St Paul
- East Horsley
- Grayshott (Associate Minister)
- Epsom St Barnabas
THE FOLLOWING PARISHES ARE STILL VACANT BUT THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS PASSED:
- Alfold & Loxwood
- Pioneer Church Planter and Leader, Wellesley housing development in Aldershot
The diocese will not shortlist any curate in a title post for any post of responsibility for which the closing date for applications is before 30th June in their third year since ordination. This is to ensure that such curates have done three full years in ministry before being considered for a new post, and to ensure absolute parity for all curates, whichever diocese they come from.
House for Duty Priests
'House for Duty' is an arrangement whereby a priest can live in a Parsonage House in exchange for carrying out certain duties in a parish, but without receiving a stipend.
This may suit a minister on a pension (church or otherwise), or a self-supporting minister who receives an income in some other way, which allows time for ministry.
It is vital that anyone exploring this opportunity should be able to assure themselves and the Archdeacon that they have sufficient income to afford to live under these circumstances.