Associate Vicar, St Augustine’s Highbury
Associate Vicar, St Augustine’s Church (StAC) Highbury, London
Associate Vicar sought for diverse and vibrant church in Highbury, North London
Are you passionate about growing disciples of Jesus?
Do you love working with children and families?
Do you have a heart for prayer, mission and discipleship in the power of the Spirit?
Do you have a proven ability to recruit, train and develop leaders and ministers?
Yes? Then you may have found your new ministry and church family!
As a church, our mission is to share the love and good news of Jesus. We are looking for a person committed to the Kingdom of God, who loves seeing families and children thrive, to join our team.
At StAC, God is drawing many new children and families to us from a wide range of backgrounds, and we are looking for someone who will:
• Oversee, coordinate and develop the children’s and families’ ministry and mission of StAC.
• Nurture and grow disciples.
• Equip parents/carers to disciple their children.
• Recruit, train and develop lay leaders and ministers from within the StAC family.
We are offering: Stipend, housing and pension.
StAC is committed to playing its part in the Diocese of London 2030 vision that every Londoner encounter the love of Christ (see details here: https://www.london.anglican.org/our-2030-vision/ ).
To apply, or for an informal conversation, contact Rev Gabriel Anstis (Vicar):
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com Tel. 020 7354 5515
Application deadline: 9am on Monday 9th October 2023.
Interviews: Friday 20th October 2023.
As well as ordained applicants, we welcome applications from lay ministers with suitable training and experience.
There is a genuine occupational requirement that the holder of this post is a committed Christian.
This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure and identity check.
All applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK.
St Augustine’s Church, 108 Highbury New Park, London, N5 2DR. www.stac.org.uk
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.