Friday 19 January 2018
The reference to the 1979 Labour government in the Revd Paul
Nicolson's letter printed last week should, of course, have read
12 Oct 2012
This is a senior post in a small Diocese which embraces the importance of mission in the community. We have a friendly and supportive Bishop’s Team and an effective Diocesan Office Team. A Ministry Area infrastructure is in place but we need someone with experience to focus on developing our mission strategy and to put it into action!
The Principal Conductor/Cathedral Music Director has overall responsibility for the selection and preparation of music sung by all choirs for weekly Sunday liturgies and celebrations at St. Michael’s Cathedral-Basilica. In collaboration with the conducting team, the Principal Conductor/Cathedral Music Director will draw on a significant depth of repertoire and strong musical education pedagogy to build a musical plan that will inform concerts, tours, media appearances and recordings and aligns with the Strategic Plan of SMCS. The Principal Conductor/Cathedral Music Director will lead with an overarching vision that nurtures strong musical education (sacred and secular), instills an appreciation of traditional Catholic choral music, and will encourage and excite the choristers to aspire to a high caliber of liturgical musical excellence.
Winckworth Sherwood are acknowledged leaders in the field of ecclesiastical law. We currently provide legal services to eight Church of England dioceses from our central London office.
Bedworth is a large town and parish (32,268), just to the north of
Coventry, mixed socially but with significant areas of deprivation
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