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Locum Priests

This section is only for priests who are on the Diocesan Locum List.

Information as to how to apply for Permission to Officiate and join the Locum List can be obtained from the Locum Ministry Administrator.  Currently, applications can only be considered from clergy who are willing to offer three months or more per year, preferably over several years.

Guidelines for Locum Priests

Expressions of interest from priests who have Permission to Officiate and are on the Diocesan Locum List for any of the locum duties listed below may be sent by email to the Locum Ministry Administrator: emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org

  

Guidance for Locum Priests - Health Insurance

An insurance policy against sickness or accident must be taken out to cover a locum priest's period of duty; it is the responsibility of the locum priest to arrange adequate insurance cover. Particular care should be taken regarding any insurance restrictions on the length of stay. Please read the small print on any policy you take out.

In additional to travel insurance, UK residents are also strongly advised to obtain, and take with them a European Health Insurance card. Please refer to the UK Government's advice available on https://www.gov.uk/guidance/advice-for-british-nationals-travelling-and-living-in-Europe

 

Requests for cover: 

Clergy are invited to send information regarding availability for locum cover to emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org

2019  

  • Biarritz - a locum is needed for Easter.  Please contact emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org for more information
  • Sliema: Holy Trinity is seeking a house-for-duty locum for June
  • Las Palmas de Gran Canaria:  the Chaplaincy is seeking locums for July and August (house + honorarium only)
  • Fontainebleau: the Chaplaincy is seeking a locum for August and September
  • Bucharest: the Chaplaincy is seeking locums willing to serve for two months at a time, from November onwards
  • Camino de Santiago The Camino ministry organisers are seeking priests who already hold PTO in Europe to join the team on a self-funding basis, either to walk alongside pilgrims or to be based in Compostela, for a minimum of two weeks at a time.  You will have walked, cycled, or ridden, the Camino, completing either 100km on foot or 200km by bike or horse and possess a Compostela. (Applications will be considered from those who have undertaken other pilgrimages of over 100 km).

Please contact  emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org for more information concerning the above vacancies

 

Ongoing locum opportunities

  • Didim, Turkey: the church is seeking occasional assistance from clergy with Permission to Officiate who may be travelling to the area.  Please contact emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org for more information
  • Le Gard, France: the chaplaincy is seeking assistance from clergy with Permission to Officiate who may be holidaying in the area.  Please contact emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org for more information
  • Biarritz, France: - the Chaplaincy is seeking locums willing to travel there for occasional weekends and take the Sunday service.  Please contact emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org for more information
  • Taormina, Sicily:  House for duty.  Cover is for a month at a time. Vacancies are currently available for November and December 2020 and for various dates in 2021, but vacancies sometimes occur due to cancellations. Please get in touch with emma.biaggi@churchofengland.org if you are interested and may be able to help. General information about Taormina Locum may be found here  
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