We look forward to offering you a warm welcome!
From King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, the Diocese covers most of the beautiful county of Norfolk together with north-east Suffolk. It has good transport links, its own airport, and is a popular tourist destination. The combination of sandy beaches, friendly market towns, beautiful countryside, good schools, the excellent ‘capital' city of Norwich and the Norfolk Broads mean that the county of Norfolk has been placed in the top ten in the country in terms of quality of life.
Dating back to 630, the Diocese has a population of 850,000 and with 648 church buildings, 577 parishes, and an average all-age weekly attendance of 17,800, there are plenty of opportunities to work together in mission and ministry. We offer good support to our clergy, from housing to ministry, and are engaged in a wide-ranging period of mission through our Committed to Growth initiative. Is God calling you to join us?
If no vacancies are shown under a heading there are none currently being advertised.
House for Duty Assistant Priest in The Acle and Bure to Yare Benefice
Rural, but not remote: based in Reedham (on the Broadland River Yare) a chance to contribute to the life of this established benefice with its range of opportunities for ministry.
School leadership vacancies
Staff, parish and external vacancies
Children and Families Worker (Part-Time)
St Andrew's Eaton is looking for an inspiring leader to head up their work with children and families.
The Diocese is looking for a Youth Minister to work alongside the Diocesan Sports Ministry Team and undergraduate trainees across the Focus Area Programme, engaging with schools to develop a chaplaincy model for pastoral care.
Bid writing trustee/volunteer
The Diocese of Norwich PlayVan is looking for a trustee/volunteer who is prepared to write funding bids to gain grants to fund the work of the PlayVan.
Additional job adverts for roles being advertised by churches, groups and organisations of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community can be found on the Network Norfolk website here.