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 The United Benefice of Barlborough and Clowne is looking for a Rector who will:

  • be a visionary leader
  • develop a collaborative style of ministry
  • have vision and energy to encourage church growth
  • engage with local communities and build on established connections with local schools
  • be accessible to all, particularly those in need and the elderly

ST ANNE'S CHURCH, DERBY

'Powerful and majestic' - Pevsner

A parish of The Society

House for Duty Priest-in-Charge

for this historic inner city parish of traditional Catholic faith and practice with a distinguished history of ministry to the needy.

This is an exciting time to be joining Walton St John. There is much that is positive about our church, but there is also a need to birth a new vision and direction, re-energising us and building on the good work we have achieved so far.

The parishes of Morton, Stonebroom and Shirland are situated within easy reach of theThe parishes of Morton, Stonebroom and Shirland are situated within easy reach of thePeak District National Park.

We are part of an open, evangelical and charismatic team of five churches with five clergy colleagues and several lay readers.

This position is a significant senior post in the Diocese of Derby providing an exciting and challenging opportunity to lead and provide a fresh vision for both this group of three parishes and the newly created Duffield and Longford Deanery.

The parishes of Morton, Stonebroom and Shirland are situated within easy reach of the Peak District National Park.

We are three welcoming and active churches, each having good relationships with our communities.

The Bishop of Derby seeks a senior colleague:

We are a group of five churches who wish to appoint a priest (male or female) to serve as a colleague with our Priest-in-Charge and team of lay and ordained ministers.  The Denby Group is situated approximately 6 miles northeast of Derby within the delightful countryside of Amber Valley. The Group covers a geographical area of approximately 15 square miles and has a mixture of farming and small business holdings, 6 primary schools (4 C of E and 2 state) and 1 state senior school.  It also has a wide range of housing stretching across its rural, and, former mining communities, with a variety of social affluence and deprivation in equal measure, making for both challenging and rewarding opportunities.

North Wingfield Team is situated in an area of regenerated ex-mining villages just south of Chesterfield and consists of five churches serving five villages (total population 24,000). We are an open evangelical/charismatic team consisting of five clergy colleagues. We place strong emphasis on mission and community connection.

The Bishop of Repton is the Suffragan (or ‘assistant’) Bishop in the Diocese of Derby. She assists the Bishop of Derby in the leadership of the Diocese of Derby, which covers the whole of Derbyshire and a few parishes in Staffordshire.

Assistant Curate (to be known as Associate Minister) of Codnor, Horsley and Denby, Horsley Woodhouse, and Loscoe, in the South East Derbyshire Deanery


We are a group of five churches who wish to appoint a priest (male or female) to serve as a colleague with our Priest-in-Charge and team of lay and ordained ministers. The Denby Group is situated approximately 6 miles northeast of Derby within the delightful countryside of Amber Valley. The Group covers a geographical area of approximately 15 square miles and has a mixture of farming and small business holdings, 6 primary schools (4 C of E and 2 state) and 1 state senior school. It also has a wide range of housing stretching across its rural, and, former mining communities, with a variety of social affluence and deprivation in equal measure, making for both challenging and rewarding opportunities.

The Diocese of Derby

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Full Street, Derby DE1 3DR

01332 388650 (reception)

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