Monday 18 November 2019
The winner of The ACE / Mercers’ International Book Award was Margot E Fassler, for The Virgin of Chartres: Making History through Liturgy and the Arts (Yale University Press, 2010)
17 Nov 2011
21-22 February 2020Church Times Festival of Faith and LiteratureFor 2020 the Bloxham festival celebrates ‘The Power of Love’. Book tickets
26 March 2020Theology Slam Live FinalTheology Slam is back, continuing its search for the most engaging young voices on theology and the contemporary world. Find out more
We are seeking a Residentiary Canon for Christ Church who, as a member of Chapter, will bring wisdom, stability and creativity to the life of the Cathedral and contribute as a member of the Governing Body of Christ Church.
A new role as the first leader of an exciting, well-supported church partnership with huge mission potential. Can you bring to life our vision to grow a thriving mission across our existing communities and into a new outreach opportunity at the proposed York Central Development site?
The Parishes of Bacton, Cotton, Old Newton, Wickham Skeith and Wyverstone
seek a new Rector who will:
Inspire our communities and congregations with their enthusiasm and drive
Lead our spiritual development and growth with compelling worship
Nurture the hospitality, thanksgiving, fellowship and welcome in our churches
Build relationships characterised by Christ-like love, mutual care and respect
Fully engage in the pastoral life of our delightful villages in the heart of Suffolk
Emmanuel is a large, lively evangelical church with much potential for growth. We long to be re-energised by a vision-builder, gifted preacher and collaborative leader.
The Rector and PCC at St Giles’ Ashtead wish to appoint an experienced organist to work with our Choral Director and large SATB robed choir.
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