Friday 12 August 2022
Click the slideshow for additional cartoons
13 Feb 2015
23 Jan 2015
24 Jun 2016
20 Nov 2015
07 Oct 2016
08 Aug 2014
16 Jan 2015
Letters for publication should be sent to email@example.com.
Letters should be exclusive to the Church Times, and include a full postal address. Your name and address will appear alongside your letter.
Early biblical writers had to work out who — and where — God was, writes Karen Armstrong
This united benefice of four villages (combined population of just over 3,000) to the east of Swindon is looking for a house for duty priest, with a time commitment equivalent to three days a week including Sunday duty.
Christ Church Morningside lies in the south of the beautiful city of Edinburgh, with a congregation largely drawn from the surrounding area. We are a prayerful community, with a strong and faithful congregation from diverse Christian backgrounds.
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.
We are looking to recruit a first-class Chaplain for January 2023 or before, who is a committed Christian. The successful candidate will be highly organised and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The Chaplain has overall responsibility, under the Headmaster for the spiritual wellbeing and development of the whole School community. Qualified teachers are welcome to apply. A reduced
teaching timetable could be included in the role.
Find more jobs
6-7 September 2022Preaching as Pilgrimage conferenceFrom the College of Preachers.
8 September 2022Church Times Cricket Cup: North v. SouthJoin us to watch the match at the Walker Cricket Ground, in Southgate, north London.
26 September 2022What am I living for? GodSam Wells and Lucy Winkett begin the St Martin-in-the-Fields autumn lecture series in partnership with Church Times.
Read reports from issues stretching back to 1863, search for your parish or see if any of the clergy you know get a mention.
FREE for Church Times subscribers.
Explore the archive
To explore the Church Times website fully, please sign in or subscribe.
Non-subscribers can read four articles for free each month. (You will need to register.)