Welcome to the Benefice of The Howardian Group; five parishes and churches in a deeply rural location at the southern end of the Howardian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in North Yorkshire. Straddling the A64, the benefice has excellent road and rail links to Malton, York, Leeds and the East Coast.
With a wealth of well-kept and listed church buildings dating from the 11th century, beautiful Yorkshire villages and stunning countryside around the stately home of Castle Howard, this is an area which attracts a lot of tourists, walkers and cyclists. We look to be accessible, open and welcoming, enriching the lives of those we come into contact with and providing pastoral support for those of the local communities. We offer a wide tradition of worship styles and have close links with a number of local schools.
We are willing people with a desire to see a flourishing worshiping community, celebrating all that God has provided, and excellent local amenities. We look to celebrate our heritage whilst looking to the future of the church and how the benefice can grow in its service to God.
We offer our Priest:
We seek a Priest who will help us grow in:
For more information about this application process, please use this link
Deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 31st March 2019.
Interviews are scheduled for Sunday 12th to Monday 13th May 2019
Full details about this opportunity can be found in the attached documents.
This is a Lord Chancellor appointment. An enhanced DBS will be required.
For an informal conversation please contact The Bishop of Selby by email at email@example.com or Tel: 01757 429 982
The Diocese of York is a family of 607 churches and 125 schools in 470 parishes, which extends from Middlesbrough on the River Tees to Hull on the River Humber, and from the east coast of Yorkshire about as far west as the A1 road.
Led and guided by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, our vision is to be a family of Generous Churches Making and Nurturing Disciples. We are currently working through a Diocesan Strategy that focuses on: