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Vicar, for St Mark’s Kensal Rise

Closing Date: 17/02/2023
Contact: Bishop Lusa
02038375261
173 Willesden Lane
More information: https://www.stmkr.org

Vicar
St Marks Kensal Rise
Patron: the Bishop of London and St Olave Hart Street

We are a warm, welcoming church of all ages and backgrounds with a charismatic open Evangelical tradition and a diverse congregation with wonderful potential. In recent years we have seen our youth and children’s work thrive and are excited to be reaching new people. We are passionate about reaching our local community with the transformative power of the gospel.

We are looking for a vicar who:
• Has a deep personal faith in Jesus and inspires faith in others
• Prioritises prayer and Bible study
• Is committed to Biblical preaching
• Enjoys and has experience of discipling people at different stages of their Christian faith
• Will work collaboratively with us to set a clear vision for the direction of the church
• Is a natural and responsive communicator, able to build strong relationships
• Will work with us to develop our worship, and especially our music team
• Will work with us and our youth worker to develop our work with children and young people
• Will get to know our community as well as engage positively with the wider parish community
• Will share and develop our commitment to social justice
• Will work with us towards church growth, numerically and spiritually

We offer:
• A 5-bedroom vicarage close to transport links
• A supportive team and church community

Parish profile and application form from:
The Bishop of Willesden’s PA
mary.mesmain@nulllondon.anglican.org
Tel: 020 38376251

Closing date for applications: Friday 17th February 2023
Parish visit 29th March
Interviews 30th March
Enhanced DBS clearance will be required.

The Diocese of London is committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce which represents our context and wider community. We are aware that those of Global Majority Heritage/United Kingdom Minority Ethnic (GMH/UKME), women, and disabled people are currently under-represented among our clergy and workforce, and we particularly encourage applications from those with the relevant skills and experience that will increase this representation.


The Diocese of London is committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce which represents our context and wider community. We are aware that those of Global Majority Heritage/United Kingdom Minority Ethnic (GMH/UKME), women, and disabled people are currently under-represented among our clergy and workforce, and we particularly encourage applications from those with the relevant skills and experience that will increase this representation.


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