The United Benefice of Sulhamstead Abbots
& Bannister with Ufton Nervet
Sulhamstead Abbots, Berkshire
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House for Duty Associate Priest, Sulhamstead Abbots, Archdeaconry of Berkshire

HOUSE FOR DUTY ASSOCIATE PRIEST, SULHAMSTEAD ABBOTS, ARCHDEACONRY OF BERKSHIRE

An Opportunity Not To Be Missed:

St Mary’s Church, Sulhamstead Abbots, Berkshire, is looking for an Associate Priest, House for Duty (Sundays plus 2 days) with a view to becoming Priest in Charge.   A Single Benefice, Rural Parish Church in West Berkshire which is keen to develop links with the young and old in our community.

Parish Profile and Application Form

Application Guidance Notes

also available from:  The Bishop of Reading’s office, Bishop’s House, Tidmarsh Lane, Tidmarsh, Reading, RG8 8HA Telephone:  0118 9841216;  email: bishopreading@oxford.anglican.org

Enhanced DBS disclosure is required

Closing Date for applications Monday 24th July 2017 - Interview date Friday 11th August 2017


Sulhamstead & Ufton Nervet Parochial Church Council supports the Centenary Poppy Campaign 2014—2018