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Lincoln ruling on a dual-purpose altar

From the Revd John Whittaker
Sir, - It's not often that an article in the Church Times causes me to groan out loud. The report that Chancellor Mark Bishop of the Lincoln diocese has ruled that no faculty will be issued for St Michael and All Angels, Uffington, to allow for a new oak table planned to be used both for serving refreshments and as an altar, did just that (

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DIOCESE OF CARLISLE Black Combe Benefice St. Michael and All Angels Bootle; St. John The Baptist Corney; St. Mary's Whitbeck; St Mary's Whicham The Bishop of Carlisle seeks to appoint a House...  Read More

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Not only dancing in the aisles

Not only dancing in the aisles

From skateboarding to real ale, churches are being used to engage with their localities in ever more imaginative ways. Pat Ashworth reports  Subscribe to read more

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Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

A new initiative offers an appealing means of encouraging prayer, says Richard Chartres  Subscribe to read more

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