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A crucifix is half buried in the rubble at a collapsed church in Mianzhu, Sichuan province, in China. More than 67,000 were killed in the earthquake last month
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We are seeking God’s person for this lively benefice in Dorset. A Rector who, starting in prayer and with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, will value and enable the ministry of every member of our congregations.
We are looking for a Rector for these attractive villages (combined population 4,362; ER: 174; USA: 65) in the south-east corner of East Sussex, near to the historic town of Rye. The benefice comprises three parishes and four churches, with the Rector based in Brede and an Associate Vicar in Beckley and Peasmarsh.
We seek a godly leader full of faith who will help the church discern together God’s leading, so as to develop the vision and strategy needed to build on our rich heritage and respond to the challenges of the time and place in which we are situated.
to join the clergy team at Launde Abbey, the diocesan retreat house for Leicester and Peterborough dioceses and with a national and ecumenical profile. They will share in the regular prayer and worship of the community, and in developing the programme of retreats, Quiet Days and courses. There will be a particular opportunity to develop contacts with schools.
Do you want to help young people find in faith Jesus Christ? Will you help them grow in faith?
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