Friday 21 September 2018
A full-size reproduction of Caravaggio’s Salome Receives the Head of John the Baptist in Museum Gardens in York. It is one of 49 works from the National Gallery and York Art Gallery currently on show around the city
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Following an intense and exciting first 18 months, which has seen the Trust created and quickly admit six schools, the Diocese of St Albans Multi-Academy Trust is seeking to appoint an inspirational CEO to lead it into the next phase of its development. Coming from the business, charity or educational sector our new CEO will have the capacity, skills and experience to develop and grow the Trust.
Are you passionate about helping people come to a living faith in Jesus? Can you inspire and equip others to do the same? Are you an ordained Church Army Evangelist, or an Anglican Priest willing to join the Church Army Community?
Christ Church Purley is a lively Anglican parish church based on the outskirts of South London. We are rooted in the evangelical tradition, looking for the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, with an informal, friendly and welcoming style. Our vision is to be passionate disciples of Jesus, worshipping, growing, actively sharing the gospel and serving the community.
We are looking for someone who enjoys village life and is keen to be part of it, who is able to relate to a wide range of people of all ages, and whose approach to ministry is strongly collaborative.
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