Featured ministerial vacancies

Below are featured recent ministerial vacancies. If you would like your ministerial vacancy featured here please send no more than 150 words by email to Kate Wilson.

For the full table of ministerial vacancies, as advised to Assembly Office, see here.

St Andrew's on the Terrace, Wellington

A vibrant church
A place of welcome
A spiritual, cultural, and intellectual hub in Wellington

St Andrew’s on The Terrace currently has a ministry vacancy, and Presbytery Central has determined that we are able to call a full time National Ordained Minister.

We are open to expressions of interest from ministers in good standing within the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ); also from other ordained ministers in New Zealand or overseas who, after due process, are able to become ministers of PCANZ. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence.

For more information about this opportunity for ministry in St Andrew’s, please contact the Convenor of the Ministry Settlement Board:

Rev Reg Weeks OEF
mobile: +64 027 491 5947
email: third.age@xtra.co.nz

Further information about St Andrew’s on the Terrace can be found on our website at www.standrews.org.nz

St Peter’s Church, Ellerslie / Mount Wellington, Auckland

25 Aug 2020

The St Peter’s congregation is seeking to fill a full-time to .75 sole charge ministry role among its members.
We seek a Minister who will work within our celebrated ethnic diversity, and our enthusiastic, external community-focussed team.
We look forward to a collaborative, innovative style which supports and encourages us in our worship, in our leadership within our neighbourhood, and in our outreach to the wider community.
For more information and to express interest in our opportunity for ministry in St Peter’s, please contact the Convenor of the St Peter’s MSB:

Dr John Kernohan, phone 021 366 451 or email jakernohan@yahoo.com.au
Inquiries will be treated in confidence.

St John’s Papatoetoe

24 Aug 2020

Needs a full-time minister and we are looking for someone who:

  • Trusts in God!
  • Is a good leader who is part of a strong team
  • Can be theologically challenged
  • Has a passion to see a generationally culturally diverse people grow
  • Will be culturally sensitive, pastoral
  • Community minded
  • Doesn’t mind the techy stuff

If this is you, then we’ve been looking for you. Apply to be our minister by sending your CV totomsbstj@stjp.org.nz and we’ll send you our profile