Wednesday 17 August 2022
Dom Raymond Jaconelli, the Abbot of Nunraw, a Cistercian monastery in
Haddington, and one of the pilgrims at Scotland's Pilgrimage for Healing and
Peace in Haddington, an ecumenical event, on Saturday
02 Nov 2006
The Bishop of Chichester is seeking a priest-in-charge of this rural benefice, situated in a scenic part of East Sussex near to the towns of Battle and Hastings. We have recently combined into a single parish (ER 83) and are actively engaged with the life of our villages. Worship, in the broadly central tradition of the Church of England, takes place in both churches each Sunday.
The Church in Wales is seeking to appoint a Director of Ministry Development, a role that is critical in ensuring that all the people of the Church in Wales are able to live out their callings through caring, vibrant, thought provoking ministry.
We are seeking a Director of Evangelism and Church Growth who will bring vibrancy and carefully considered strategy to the sharing of the good news of Jesus Christ with all the people of Wales.
Manchester Diocese has an inspiring vision for 2030 and we have already started on our journey towards this, as evidenced by our successful application last year for Transformation Funding and the roll-out of ambitious new programmes, all designed to release new missional energy and creativity.
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