Denominational Ecumenical Officers and their job descriptions3 shells

Denominational Ecumenical Officers (DEOs) are appointed by their own Churches to offer advice and resources for local ecumenism within a particular County Body or Church (ie, Diocese, District, Synod, Baptist Association).

DEOs work as a team together with the County Officer. They also relate to their own National Ecumenical Officer (NEO).

The Churches at national level have approved job descriptions for DEOs -- see below. There is also a downloadable document containing all of them.

To contact a particular Denominational Ecumenical Officer try looking at the Diocesan/ District/ Synod/ Baptist Association website.  Alternatively contact the relevant National Ecumenical Officer or County Ecumenical Officer for details.

 View the DEO Job Descriptions 
DEO job description
DEO job description
DEO role description
DEO job description
DEO job description
DEO job description
 Downloads 
- DEO job descriptions all (revised) (82.2KB)
Baptist DEO job description (48.0KB)
C of E DEO job description 2005 (68.8KB)
Methodist DEO job description (324.1KB)
RC DEO job description (72.7KB)
SA DEO job description (83.7KB)
URC DEO job description (74.4KB)


 


 

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