Tuesday 25 September 2018
politics, economics, theology, history
the life and faith of the writer Edward Thomas
new play Holy Sh!t tackles C of E school admissions
“CATHEDRALS are fun,” the Archbishop of Canterbury said in a video broadcast at the National Cathedrals Conference in Manchester this week
21 Sep 2018
BISHOPS must “tell the truth” about the consequences of Brexit, regardless of “what people think they want to hear”, the Bishop of Leeds, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, has said
20 Sep 2018
“APOLOGIES for past wrongs will mean nothing” if the Church and its leaders do not do everything within their power to protect vulnerable children and adults, the first independent chair of the National Safeguarding Panel, Meg Munn, has warned
14 Sep 2018
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Following an intense and exciting first 18 months, which has seen the Trust created and quickly admit six schools, the Diocese of St Albans Multi-Academy Trust is seeking to appoint an inspirational CEO to lead it into the next phase of its development. Coming from the business, charity or educational sector our new CEO will have the capacity, skills and experience to develop and grow the Trust.
We seek someone to direct the choir for Sunday sung Mass, lead weekly or monthly choir practises and play up to 12 other services
in the year.
The Collegiate Church of St Mary and King’s High School, Warwick seek to appoint a Graduate Organ Scholar & Music Assistant for the academic year 2019-20.
We are seeking a priest who is a good communicator with
spiritual depth and pastoral experience who enjoys working within a dynamic and supportive team
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