St Peter's - Notting Hill

Open Prayerful Relevant

Looking for a new Vicar

This page has been created to help those who might be interested in being our next Vicar.  

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Diocese of london kensington area

Vicar for the

Parish of St Peter’s, Notting Hill


St Peter’s has been praying and eagerly awaiting its new Vicar to lead us on the next step of our journey - to fulfill our vision to reach out to the ”unchurched” of our local community.  We are a broad Church spiritually and socially, held together by fellowship and friendship.  We are a generous-hearted church that seeks to be open, prayerful and relevant. Our rich music supports our love of worship. We can be described as open evangelical.


Who are you?

  • Someone with God at your heart and guided by the Holy Spirit who is able to meet people wherever they are, then nurture and unite people beyond church attendance to spiritual growth.
  • Outward looking, with the knowledge and energy to help the Church grow and make a difference in the local community and beyond.
  • A strategic thinker, a confident leader and manager with the ability to listen, develop, inspire, equip and empower others, and use our resources well.
  • A gifted preacher and teacher from the Bible to those with varying levels of religious knowledge, in both formal and informal settings.
  • Someone with generosity of spirit coupled with exceptional interpersonal skills that can relate meaningfully to a wide range of people and engage them in productive relationships, all seasoned with a sense of humour.
  • A priest in Anglican orders.


St Peter’s comprises three elements; the Church, the Nursery School and St Peter’s Hall.  The Hall is a separate legal entity which hosts both commercial and charitable activities.  St Peters is situated west of central London in the Episcopal area of Kensington.


For an application form and Parish Profile please contact:

PA to the Bishop of Kensington, Heidi Cormell

Telephone: 0207 932 1180       E-mail:

DBS Enhanced Disclosure will be required for this post.


We welcome applications from all.  However, the Diocese of London is aware that women and those from ethnic minority groups are currently under-represented among our clergy and so we particularly encourage applications from these groups.  Appointment will of course be based on merit alone.


Closing Date:  20 February 2017 (5pm)

Interviews: 15 March 2017



These accounts were presented at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) which took place on April 24th 2016. Click here to access the accounts pack.

And appendix to the parish profile is available by clicking here.