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NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS


 

In accordance with Diocesan Canon 25, The Most Rev’d Ron Cutler is inviting applications for the positions of the following:

 

Director of Pastoral Care

  • Christ Church, Dartmouth (Deadline June, 30 2018)
  • Weekly Hours:  15 Hours Per Week (to be negotiated)
  • Start Date:  September 1st 2018

 

The job description may be obtained by contacting – in advance – Jana O’Neil at [email protected] or phoning 902-420-0717.

 

If you wish to be considered for this position please send in your cover letter and CV to the Bishop’s Office at [email protected] by the above deadline.

 

Please note:

  1. A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted with the application. 
  2. Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are a priest in good standing and have their bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.

 

A copy of Canon 25 can be found on the diocesan website at: http://www.nspeidiocese.ca/canons/Canon%2025.pdf

 

The Most Reverend Ron Cutler
Archbishop of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island
Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada

1340 Cathedral Lane
Halifax NS  B3H 2Z1


60% time Rector, The Parish of St. John’s Westphal, Dartmouth

         

St. John’s Anglican Church – Westphal is a beautiful little church located on the corner of HWY #7 and Lake Major Road and we are part of Nova Scotia’s capital city. The church building has a suburban setting close to lots of walking trails, lakes, and ocean beaches. We have a diverse congregation represented by small business owners, retail workers, professionals, and retired citizens.

 

The Parish of St. John’s is the oldest parish on the Dartmouth side of the harbour. Our parish was started in 1771 and has over 227 years of history in the Dartmouth community. St. John’s has been a stable and continuous presence in the Westphal area and we have been able to survive by changing with the times. We are a community who is looking forward to learning and working with a new parish priest.

 

Our Mission Statement is to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with our God. As a small parish we try to help wherever and whomever we possibly can and are known as The Little Church with the Big Heart. The members of our Parish have years of service and a wealth of knowledge to share and we are an open community who will share, teach, and be taught by anyone who is willing. We provide a safe, wise, and comforting environment which allows for new ways and new ideas to grow.

 

The parishioners are looking for a parish priest who is flexible on how a service is delivered; someone who is able to switch directions on the spot when required. We are looking for a willingness to show initiative and not be afraid to offer alternative delivery of the gospel message such as a picture or modern day examples. The people of St. John’s are non-rushed spiritual individuals who pray slowly and attentively and who are full of the Spirit. The deadline for submissions is June 29th, 2018.

 


¼ time (negotiable) Rector, The Parish of Lakelands – deadline for submissions is June 29th, 2018. 

 

 

For the complete Profiles and application form for these positions, please contact Ms. Jana O’Neil, Administrative Assistant for the Bishop, at [email protected] or (902) 420-0717.

 

Please note;

 

  1. A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted with the application.
  2. Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are a priest in good standing and have their bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.

A copy of Canon 25 can be found on our website at : http://www.nspeidiocese.ca/canons/Canon%2025.pdf

The Most Reverend Ron Cutler

Archbishop of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island

Metropolitan of the Province of Canada

1340 Cathedral Lane

Halifax NS  B3H 2Z1

 


Rector, full-time, Parish of St. John’s Lunenburg

 

St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is in search of a full time Rector to lead our parish in the fulfillment of our newly devised parish shared vision under the umbrella of the vision statement "We are a Christ-centered, caring community shaping our future, preserving our heritage and living our faith in word and deed."

 

Located in the historic and picturesque community of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia on the Atlantic Coast of Canada, St. John’s has been a practicing community of faith since 1753 making it the second oldest Anglican Church in Canada. Our church buildings, which includes the Church (A Canadian National Historic Site), Parish Hall and Rectory, and are located centrally in the Town of Lunenburg, a UNESCO site. Our rich ties to our heritage as well as our vision for the future makes our parish extraordinary.

Citing core values of Worship, Fellowship, Leadership and Heritageship we seek a Rector who can work with the varied demographics of our parish- bringing energy, diversity, and flexibility to our community of faith. We seek an applicant who is comfortable leading a variety of services from the Anglican repertoire - including all Christian customs - and approaches ministry with an ecumenical objective. The deadline for submissions is July 20th.

 

 

For the complete Profiles and application form for these positions, please contact Ms. Jana O’Neil, Administrative Assistant for the Bishop, at [email protected] or (902) 420-0717.

 

Please note;

 

  1. A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted with the application.
  2. Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are a priest in good standing and have their bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.

A copy of Canon 25 can be found on our website at : http://www.nspeidiocese.ca/canons/Canon%2025.pdf

The Most Reverend Ron Cutler

Archbishop of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island

Metropolitan of the Province of Canada

1340 Cathedral Lane

Halifax NS  B3H 2Z1

 

 

 


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