Thursday 18 August 2022
Wild flowers: Anne Sheehan's arrangement "Bat out of Hell" was
among 140 displays in a music-themed flower festival in St Albans
Cathedral last week. More than 10,000 visitors attended, in aid of
the development project
03 Oct 2014
The Bishop of Chichester is seeking a priest-in-charge of this rural benefice, situated in a scenic part of East Sussex near to the towns of Battle and Hastings. We have recently combined into a single parish (ER 83) and are actively engaged with the life of our villages. Worship, in the broadly central tradition of the Church of England, takes place in both churches each Sunday.
The Bishop of Gloucester seeks to appoint a Priest in Charge for Winchcombe, an historic, vibrant town (eight miles north of Cheltenham), which has its own clear identity born out of a broad demographic with genuine working roots.
We pray for a priest who will bring about the changes that are needed to reinvigorate the two churches within the parish. This will require a practical, creative and empathetic thinker who can discern and develop the gifts that lie within the two congregations to help us strengthen links with our community.
The Church in Wales is seeking to appoint a Director of Ministry Development, a role that is critical in ensuring that all the people of the Church in Wales are able to live out their callings through caring, vibrant, thought provoking ministry.
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