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29 Dec 2011
The Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham is forward-looking and innovative with a clear strategic vision, Growing Disciples: reaching wider, younger
We are a benefice of two thriving and growing villages in Somerset, with two listed churches. We are on the edge of the Mendip Hills and within easy reach of Weston- super- Mare, Bristol and Wells.
In the picturesque Weald of Kent, our two welcoming and active village churches are wanting to move forward together in broadening outreach to our communities, making known the good news of the gospel.
On the retirement of The Venerable Jonathan Smith, the Bishop of St Albans wishes to appoint an Archdeacon of St Albans
Just over 3 miles south of Guildford, Bramley combines easy access to transport links into London and the South East with the beauty and vibrancy of a Surrey village. With a population of over 3600, it is one of the largest villages in the Deanery of Cranleigh and its community facilities and activities reflect this. The medieval parish church of the Holy Trinity is at the spiritual, cultural and geographical heart of the village
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As Soul Survivor draws to a close, 26 years after its first festival, Tim Wyatt considers the Charismatic youth movement’s influence on the Church of England
The promises demanded in Common Worship are too didactic, argues Philip Welsh. A small act of rebellion is required
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