Tuesday 11 December 2018
the story of modern worship music
70 years of standing up for the oppressed, worldwide
new exhibition at the British Museum
THE Archbishop of Canterbury has welcomed Parliament’s seizing control of the Brexit process. But, if it failed in its responsibilities, a second referendum was a “possible choice”, he said
05 Dec 2018
THE diocese of Birmingham has defended its decision to insist that a survivor of sexual abuse sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before allowing her to see an independent review of her case
06 Dec 2018
REPRESENTATIVES from almost every nation in the world are meeting in Poland for the 24th “conference of the parties”, COP24, the annual UN gathering to tackle climate change. This is the first meeting since the publication of the report from the world’s leading scientists at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
07 Dec 2018
30 Nov 2018
7 March 2019Theology Slam Live Final | LondonThree young theologians present their thoughts on a key contemporary issue. Join in our Q&A before the judges choose the 2019 Theology Slam champion. Book tickets.
8-10 September 2019The Festival of Preaching | OxfordA varied programme of worship, lectures and workshops. Speakers include Kate Bruce, Brian McLaren and Nadim Nassar. Book tickets.
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The Bishop of Manchester is seeking to appoint a full time Head of Church Growth
All applicants should normally have 3 years’ experience in the Church of England or another Anglican church in the British Isles.
The successful candidate will enhance the worship and ministry of a church community known in the area for a high standard of traditional music, with four-part choral singing currently at most services. We are in the process of developing the diversity of the music at St Martin’s, so the director will also be involved in the exciting programme of exploring contemporary/informal music styles and repertoire.
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