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Dean resigns; new Acting Dean
The Very Revd Dr Mark...
"DISCIPLESHIP" is the new C-of-E-speak. It is the...
Diocese of Chelmsford is currently looking to fill the
St Mary, Prittlewell
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Southend-on-Sea is looking for a priest in the Liberal-Cathol...
Two days after her consecration in York, Gavin Drake meets the new Bishop of Stockport
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Angela Tilby: Discipleship as a convenient term to ramp up the commitment of the laity sounds alien to Anglican instincts, and it is. I hope Synod members are gearing up for creative revolt
Sun 1 Feb 15 @ 11:48 @emilysheep Lichfield.
Fri 30 Jan 15 @ 16:35RT @waltonandyGreat to read stories of Syrian refugees in @churchtimes in their own words rather than just seeing them as stats. http://t.co/xdFEljbATR