Friday 15 November 2019
Bused in: the former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, and
Archbishop Desmond Tutu met young people on a community bus on an
estate in north London last week. The visit was organised by the
Christian charity XLP
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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.
The Patron Exeter College, Oxford seeks to appoint:
House for Duty Priest in the parish of Albourne, Sayers Common and Twineham
The parishes are located in the low weald of Mid Sussex with part of the Parish being within the South Downs National Park.
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
We seek an exceptional and versatile organist open to all genres of music
(classical, jazz, opera, musical theatre, pop) to work closely with the Director of Music.
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