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.
Vicar - Benefice and Parish of North Thornaby
This is a parish within the catholic tradition of the Church of England. The congregation is of modest size but loyal, and there has been effective pastoral contact with young people. There is real potential for fresh leadership to release a sense of energy and expectation for growth, together with increased confidence in looking outwards, beyond the internal life of the congregation.
The incumbent is an important figure to whom many people beyond the congregation, living and working in the parish, can relate.
As the PCC has formally petitioned the Archbishop of York for extended episcopal oversight, this post is open to male clergy only.
We are praying for a priest who will:
· be a man of prayer whose spiritual life centres on the Eucharist
If you would like to have an informal conversation about this post, please contact the Bishop of Beverley, the Rt Revd Glyn Webster (01904 628155), the Bishop of Whitby, the Rt Revd Paul Ferguson (01642 593273), or the Archdeacon of Cleveland, the Ven Samantha Rushton (01642 706095).
The post is open to male priests of the Church of England or a church in full communion with it. Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclosure.
The closing date for applications is 3rd September 2018. Interviews will be held on 26th September 2018
For more details and to apply through Pathways: CLICK HERE
Priest in Charge for the Parish of Seaton Hirst
The Bishop of Newcastle, in consultation with the Bishop of Beverley,
is seeking to appoint a
Priest in Charge for the parish of Seaton Hirst.
We are looking to appoint a priest of the Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda for this large parish in the town of Ashington. The parish is longing for a priest who will:
“There are opportunities on the horizon that could really make a difference to Ashington.” - Sir John Hall, Chair of Ashington Town Team
This is a Diocese committed to ‘growing church bringing hope.’
Further details and application form from the Bishop's Secretary
You may also wish to speak with The Bishop of Beverley (01904) 628155
Closing date: 5pm on 24th May
Enhanced DBS Disclosure required