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20 June 2014

THE Revd David Kesterton, for a research project, wishes to hear about the experience of other clergy who have re-entered full time licensed ministry, after a period of working outside the Church doing other things. Hecan provide more details of his research if contacted by email at dkesterton01@gmail.com.

Canon Peter Waterhouse, the Revd Russ Naylor, and the Revd David Howard, who were at the Hostel of the Resurrection in Leeds between 1964 and 1969, invite other students at the Hostel then to a 50 years' reunion at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield, on 1 October. They can be contacted by email at revdpwaterhouse@aol.com, or by phone on 01914 886653.

Tony Triggs, for the International Song Project, which fosters the skills of school-age composers, has written a nativity play, The Travellers' Delight, and would be glad to hear from readers who would consider the script for production in Advent at their schoolor church. He can be contacted by email at top.note@yahoo.co.uk.

Ros Bayes, on behalf of the charity Through the Roof, seeks disabled people, and parents of disabled children, to help with research to inform churches about how to become fully inclusive communities, and in particular to answer the following questions: First, what one thing do you wish churches knew? Second, what's the most important thing your church could do for you or your child? Third, what things do you wishyour church would allow you or your childto do for them? And, fourth, what positive benefits does your, or your child's, disability add to your, or her, or his, relationship with God? Ms Bayes can be contacted by emailat ros@throughtheroof.org; by post at Ros Bayes, Through the Roof, PO Box 353, Epsom, KT18 5WS; or by phone on 01372 737042.

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