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Has it ended? Madeleine Davies, in part two of her study, looks at the forces for its retention and abandonment
20 September 2021Online book launch: Black, Gay, British, Christian, QueerAuthor Jarel Robinson-Brown in conversation with Rev. Winnie Varghese.
25 September 2021Festival of Faith and Literature: Food for the JourneyWith Stephen Cottrell, Peter Stanford, Lucy Winkett, and Rowan Williams.
This is an exciting role based half time at St Michael’s, Old Rossington in a newly established Mission Area of five parishes, and half time with South Yorkshire Police, both serving a diverse socio-economic context. The successful candidate will be a person in priestly orders in the Church of England, who has completed IME2 and will be able to combine both roles with passion and care.
St Mary Stoke, with a venerable history, is bursting with opportunity and life. We are praying for a Rector to be with us and part of Inspiring Ipswich; living the Resurrection hope in this ‘central’ and inclusive parish.
All Saints, Headley is a delightful rural parish on the Surrey / Hampshire border, blessed with a vibrant and welcoming church community, beautiful and well maintained church and churchyard, and an attractive family sized rectory.
Two Colleges of Durham University are seeking to appoint a joint Chaplain to lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members, of all faiths and beliefs. Hatfield College, where the Chaplain will be based, has a Chapel Licensed for Divine Service. Hence, the successful applicant will be required to be licenced by the Bishop of Durham. St Cuthbert’s Society does not have its own chapel, but has had both lay and ordained chaplains in the past.
The Bishop of Leeds and Christ Church Oxford (patron) are looking to appoint a Priest-in-Charge to the parishes of Hellifield and Long Preston. These villages on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, near Settle and Skipton, have close connections to farming and the rural way of life, and also excellent communications by road and rail.
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