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Friday, 3 August 2012

Vacancy spotlight: St John the Evangelist, Casablanca

From time to time I spotlight a current vacancy for a priest in the diocese. One interesting position is currently vacant: St John the Evangelist, Casablanca. (Although we are the Diocese in Europe, two of our parishes are actually in Morocco, the other being St Andrew's, Tangier).

St John’s is an active Church, serving the English-speaking foreign community in Casablanca. Members include Americans, British, Filipinos, Koreans, Australians, South Africans and people from many Sub-Saharan African countries.

If you are a priest who has 
  • a breadth of pastoral and cross-cultural experience
  • an ability to provide worship in the broadly evangelical tradition while remaining inclusive to a wide spectrum of the Anglican Communion
  • a commitment to ecumenical engagement
  • a sensitivity for the unique context of the ministry of a historic Church in a Muslim land
you may wish to look closely at this opportunity.

The package includes a stipend of 200,000 Moroccan Dirhams (about £15,000) per annum, a fully furnished accommodation, plus payment of utilities, a parish car and expenses of office. (There are no contributions to a pension scheme). 

Details can be found on the Diocesan website here.

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