Vicar - St Peter's, Mancetter

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Coventry
Clergy
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St Peter’s is a rural church set in an ex-mining village location on the outskirts of North Warwickshire.

We are an old church with a modern attitude to worshipping God.

Will you love us and help us to grow?

This is a half-time stipendiary post.

The successful candidate will be expected to offer in the region of 20 hours per week ministry, to include a commitment to at least one service on Sundays.

The role of this post is to lead the churches in fulfilling the Diocesan Mission Purpose of:

  • Worshipping God
  • Making New Disciples
  • Transforming Communities

This will be achieved by developing 8 essential qualities in the life of the church:

Empowering Leadership

Gift-oriented Ministry

Passionate Spirituality

Inspiring Worship

Holistic Small Groups

Need-oriented Outreach

Loving Relationships

Functional Structures

We would like to hear from candidates who have a good sense of humour and:

• Are passionate about spreading the good news of Jesus Christ to a wide demographic of people, especially children and young families.

• Are experienced in team leadership and team building, capable of listening to others and promoting harmony while leading us forward.

• Are able to spot the potential in others and help them to release their gifts as we become less “clergy dependent” in our common life.

• Are willing to build on the foundations laid to develop our pastoral ministry and to grow the spiritual life of both the church and the parish

For more information about the application process, please use this link

The Diocese of Coventry represents the Church of England in Coventry and Warwickshire. With our network of 200 parishes, we have a Christian presence in every local community. We have a rich variety of people and traditions, and yet we are united in our shared mission of "worshipping God ...making new disciples ...transforming communities".

To fulfil this mission, we want to grow healthy churches by fostering the 8 Essential Qualities as identified by the Institute of Natural Church Development.