Interim (three years) Team Vicar in Thetford Team Ministry


Posted on: Wednesday 15 April 2020

Thetford, Norfolk

We seek a Team Vicar in the Evangelical tradition to have primary responsibility for Cloverfield Community Church.

‘Loving Jesus, His people and His world’

Thetford is a growing historic town of 25,000 people, set in the centre of some outstanding countryside in south-west Norfolk, with excellent amenities and transport links to London, the Midlands and beyond.  The Thetford Team Ministry serves the town and surrounding villages.

Cloverfield Community Church is an LEP with the United Reformed Church, and the new Team Vicar needs to be:

  • a gifted Bible teacher, committed to God’s Word and submitted to its authority
  • prayerful and sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit
  • pastorally caring, with a love for people of all backgrounds
  • able to inspire and equip those of all ages in mission
  • able to work collaboratively with colleagues and laypeople across the diverse nature of the Team.

The accommodation provided is a four-bedroomed Vicarage within five minutes’ walk of Cloverfield Community Church.

For more information ring the office of the Bishop of Thetford on 01953 528010.

How to apply

Closing date for applications: TBA

Interviews date: TBA

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