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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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Wed 24 May 17 @ 17:47
UPDATED: We will repair damage done to our city and its people, Bishop tells Manchester https://t.co/GCEa1R3PxW

Wed 24 May 17 @ 15:12
Selby Abbey will be open tomorrow from 7.30-8.30pm, for people to pray for the election and those affected by the Manchester terror attack