Thursday 24 May 2018
02 Nov 2006
St Alphege, Seasalter, situated within the North Kent coastal town of Whitstable, is a lively church which has grown substantially over the last 10 years. We believe in every member ministry and collaborative leadership and follow our calling to make disciples of Christ and grow the church of God.
The churches of the Mid Trent Benefice each have their own styles of worship but increasingly we are working together as a Team, intent on identifying and implementing a range of small but high impact sustainable initiatives to take us to the next level in our spiritual and pastoral development.
This is a unique opportunity to combine ministry in a lively and active parish with the specialised role of ministry with the deaf community. Bramhope is an attractive residential village in the north of Leeds; parish population 3,533 and growing; ER 167.
The Bishop of Gloucester, the Right Reverend Rachel Treweek, seeks to appoint an imaginative, mission minded, house for duty priest to join our mission in the beautiful South Cotswolds.
St John’s Palmers Green is a prominent church in the middle of a busy High Street in our part of Enfield.
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