Saturday 13 August 2022
By the Bishop in St Andrew’s, Kelso, on 3 September:
Priest: Grace Redpath.
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This is an exciting opportunity to develop the work of the Vocations team to implement the aspirations of the Diocesan Vison – Where Faith Matters.
The Society for the Maintenance of the Faith, Lord Somerleyton, and the Bishop of Thetford seek to appoint a Rector for the Benefice of: SOMERLEYTON (ST MARY), ASHBY, FRITTON, HERRINGFLEET, BLUNDESTON AND LOUND.
Manchester Diocese has an inspiring vision for 2030 and we have already started on our journey towards this, as evidenced by our successful application last year for Transformation Funding and the roll-out of ambitious new programmes, all designed to release new missional energy and creativity.
Do you have a passion for evangelism and church growth? Do you long to see local churches translating vision into practice? Do you relish the challenge to develop and shape our strategy and to put it into action at a local level, in partnership with key players?
Cytûn, Churches Together in Wales is seeking applications for the post of Chief Executive Officer which will become vacant soon because of the retirement of the
present post-holder the Rev Canon Aled Edwards.
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