Christ The King Anglican Church (M5S 1H7)

Date posted: 21st September 2022
Application ends: 20th October 2022

Christ The King (CTK) is a small Anglican Evangelical church meeting on the University of Toronto campus. Please see the job posting here for a full Church Profile and application:


- Primary preacher for most worship services - Oversee the pastoral care of the congregation - Prepare for and conduct baptisms, confirmations, marriages, funerals, and burials. - Lead weekly pastoral team meetings - Chair monthly council meetings - Delegate and/or administer tasks relating to: --Planning the order of our service, including scheduling volunteers, planning music, preparing liturgy, and producing bulletins. --Developing a robust children's ministry above and beyond our current pattern, which involves lesson preparation and scheduling of volunteers. - Updating church website and social media, including updates to the sermon podcast and Zoom recordings. - Rector's salary, benefits, and vacation time in accordance with ANiC guidelines - The work of the Pastor is governed by the Constitution and Canon of the Anglican Network in Canada, and the laws of the province of Ontario and Canada.

Required skills

- A person growing in relationship with Jesus Christ. - A person whose personal commitment to prayer strengthens our corporate commitment to prayer. - A gifted Biblical expositor, sensitive to gospel and discipleship application. - A person with proven leadership gifts, able to inspire and mobilize others. - A person who ideally has student ministry experience. - A person able and willing to use the Anglican pattern of liturgical worship as a flexible framework which gives opportunity for God-honouring expressions of praise and adoration. - A person comfortable with wise and principled delegation.


- A person who has a passion for evangelism and mission. - A practical visionary, able to grasp the potential of our given situation. - A person ideally with experience encouraging and enabling gifted musical leaders within the congregation. - A person able and willing to work together with current and future gifted team members. - A person able to recognize and encourage the gifts of others. - A person who would strongly identify with the evangelical Anglican tradition.