We currently have a number of ministry opportunities across our Diocese.

All enquiries should be directed to the Bishop: bishop@ballaratanglican.org.au


2019 Ararat Profile


Incorporating the centres of Ararat, Great Western, Moyston, and Willaura.

Ararat (pop. 11,600) is a major regional service centre in Victoria’s mid-west.
Tucked into the foothills of the ancient Grampians region, the city is characterised by huge horizons,
spectacular mountain scapes and a vibrant sense of community.

Lower Glenelg (Portland & Heywood)

2019 Lower Glenelg Profile


Full-time appointment.

Incorporating the centres of Portland (pop. 9,700), Heywood (pop. 1,287) and Tyrendarra.

Portland is the oldest European settlement in the state.
It is also the main urban centre in the Shire of Glenelg and is located on Portland Bay.
It is 3 hours from Ballarat and 1 hour 20 minutes from Warrnambool to the east
and Mount Gambier in South Australia to the west.


Other Parishes

The Parish of West Wimmera. The Diocese is committed to servicing the rural communities of Nhill, Kaniva, Dimboola and Rainbow. Interested parties should speak directly with the Bishop about this challenging, yet rewarding, ministry opportunity.

The Diocese also has part-time (half-time or less) positions available in the locale of Springmount (Creswick & Clunes).

Loving God, you have given the Church, your body on earth,
the task to continue your son’s work of proclaiming the Good News,
healing the sick, restoring dignity to the disenfranchised and dispossessed.
We pray for those whose calling takes them to the streets and lanes,
the prisons and refugee camps, into rural parishes, urban centres, and into the cloister:
help us each to hear your call to us, and give us the courage to follow where you lead the way.

[Resources for Vocations Sunday 2019]

Professional Standards 

1800 377 842 [1800 DPS VIC].

A Director of Professional Standards has been appointed to respond to all complaints of abuse by clergy and Church workers.

Episcopal Standards 

1800 997 747.

Episcopal Standards complaints may be made against the Bishop of a Diocese. This is different to a Professional Standards complaint.