Friday 22 June 2018
Vicky Beeching on faith and sexuality
Jack Straw on cathedrals and the community
how Christians feared then co-opted rock music
Seventy years after MV Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury, David Muir reflects on the reaction of the Church of the ‘Mother Country’
22 Jun 2018
A 2010 investigation into past allegations of abuse in the Church of England was “flawed” and “failed to give a complete picture”, Sir Roger Singleton said on Friday
ALL Church of England clergy will be required by canon law to submit their name and ministerial authority to a new national register, assuming that the General Synod follows the recommendations of the National Safeguarding Steering Group
21 Jun 2018
15 Jun 2018
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Jesus College is seeking to appoint an Assistant Chaplain (‘Dean’s Clerk’) to join in the life of the Chapel and assist the Dean of Chapel in pastoral duties for an average of 16 hours a week during term, and 8 hours a week outside of term.
We are looking for a godly, prayerful, person of integrity and wisdom from the evangelical tradition, someone rooted in the Word and the Spirit and passionate about communicating the gospel, to lead us on the next stage of our journey together.
What should the Church of England be doing in a deeply rural 21st century benefice?
If you think you know the answer, why don’t you join us…
We want to see God at work through the growth of His church, and to bless our communities, in particular their most vulnerable members. We are looking for an inspirational leader to help us deliver this vision.
We are seeking two engaging influencers with a grasp of discipleship and generosity and an understanding of the challenges faced at parish level. Working with the Team Leader, you will be part of delivering our Sustainable Giving strategy, helping to develop resources centrally, and equipping and encouraging at parish and deanery level.
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