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Rector - Warrington St Elphin
The landmark church of St Elphin, Warrington is seeking a talented priest who can help them build on their strong tradition as a church that combines a Eucharistic focus with a heart for reaching out to their community. They also seek someone who will embrace an important civic function to the town of Warrington.

The parish wants to celebrate its past while making its place known in the town for future generations. They seek someone who can provide leadership to help them use their strength and talents to grow a bigger church making a bigger difference.

As Rector you will be part of a friendly, welcoming church. You will lead a Reader, Reader Emeritus and a range of capable lay teams. You will be in a town that is proud of its past and investing significantly in its future.

St Elphin’s seeks someone who desires a stretching challenge amid the setting of the growing, prosperous town of Warrington. Someone who can work in the context of a traditional Anglican ministry with the addition of a fascinating ministry to the town. 
Could you be the person hearing the call to this important role?

Closing Date: To be confirmed
Interview Date: To be confirmed
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Vicar - West Derby Church of the Good Shepherd
We are seeking a visionary, pioneering priest to lead this church which serves the communities of Norris Green and Croxteth in North West Liverpool. This highly deprived community has a strong sense of community identity. The church has a strong record of community involvement, being a founder member of the Triple C charity which supports local regeneration. The area has a range of amenities, shops and good connections to the city centre. Croxteth Country Park borders the parish. You will have use of a 4 bedroom vicarage

Supported by a Self Supporting Minister, Lay Reader, Reader Emeritus and many volunteers you will be serving an open minded, traditional church comfortable with exploring other forms of worship.

You will be called to lead the church in a new vision and strategy for mission, being asked to encourage and empower others and make the most of the missional opportunities of baptism, weddings and funerals and the local people who see the Good Shepherd as their church.

Closing date: to be confirmed
Interviews: to be confirmed

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The Diocese of Liverpool is an exciting, challenging and rewarding place to be. We serve a wide mix of communities in urban, rural and town parishes. We are innovative, seeking new ways to further God’s mission while respecting cherished traditions. The Diocese of Liverpool strives for equal opportunities in all our appointments.

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Enquiries regarding Clergy Vacancies should be directed to the Appointments Secretary: or phone 0151 705 2178