All enquiries concerning the parishes listed below should be directed to the Bishop of Beverley's Office unless otherwise indicated. 
All appointments are of a parish priest unless otherwise stated. Details of the terms of the appointment are usually available with the parish details.


Incumbent of St Andrew’s West Kirby and Priest-in-Charge of St Thomas Liscard

Traditional Catholic Ministry on the Wirral

The Bishop of Chester and the Chapter of Chester Cathedral are looking to appoint a priest with a missional heart to this exciting post at a new stage of the life of these two parishes.


St Andrew’s West Kirby and St Thomas’s Liscard are parishes which stand in the Catholic tradition. They are both affiliated to the Society of St Wilfred and St Hilda and are under the extended episcopal oversight of the Bishop of Beverley.


More information here.

St Cyprian’s Sneinton, Nottingham - House for Duty Priest in Charge

St Cyprian’s is a Traditional Catholic parish in the Church of England and The Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham has invited the Bishop of Beverley, to provide alternative Episcopal sacramental and pastoral care. St Cyprian’s is affiliated to The Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda, and registered with Forward in Faith.

We are prayerfully seeking a House for Duty Priest in Charge (Sunday plus two days)  who can put into practice our mission statement and support the Southwell Diocesan Vision of “Growing Disciples, Wider, Younger, Deeper. .

We would like an enthusiastic and committed Priest who will:-

  • Lead us in Catholic worship to deepen our discipleship, prayer and sacramental life
  • Inspire younger people to be involved in the life of our church, support outreach into schools, strengthen our Sunday School and encourage our uniformed organisations
  • Help us foster links with the local community and other religious organisations in the area.


We can offer our new priest:-

  • A welcoming church community with a cohesive and committed congregation
  • A modern well-equipped vicarage, located in a quiet area close to Nottingham city centre
  • A high standard of music
  • Strong links with other Anglo-Catholic parishes


For an informal discussion and further information contact:

The Revd Canon Phil Williams, Archdeacon of Nottingham Designate (


We welcome applications from suitably qualified clergy from all sections of the community and we strive to be an equal opportunity employer.

Enhanced DBS clearance required.


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