Sunday 25 March 2018
Children look at an icon in the “Divine Dimensions” installation of icons at St Peter’s, Oare, in Kent, as part of the Canterbury Festival. The 60 images are at St Peter’s until 1 November.
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5-6 May 2018 Church Times Festival of PoetryWith Sarum College, Salisbury. Speakers include: Rachel Mann, Mark Oakley and Michael Symmons Roberts, among others.Find out more and book tickets
Transform North West has a vision to revalitalise mission across the Region. We have a plan to create one resource church with three locations in St Helens, Warrington and Widnes and will plant six more congregations in the next five years.
The Benefice of Langelei sits in a triangle between Hemel Hempstead, Watford and St Albans approximately 20 miles NW of London, with excellent transport links and adjacent to beautiful Chilterns countryside. It comprises four active parishes, each with its own enthusiastic PCC.
We are seeking to appoint a personable and passionate individual as Organist and Director of Music for our adult and junior choir, to continue and enhance its thriving musical tradition. The church enjoys a wide range of music, traditional to contemporary. Choir members attend RSCM events and work for awards
We are looking for a Director of Music and Organist, who can lead and develop music within our worship, together with our assistant organist.
The post of Director of Music at St George’s Cathedral falls vacant in January 2019 on the retirement of Norman Harper. A highly qualified and experienced musician is sought to take charge of an active and successful music department.
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