Sunday 22 July 2018
ST EDMUNDSBURY & IPSWICH
By the Bishop of Dunwich in St Peter and St Paul, Lavenham, on 29 November:
Deacon: Captain Paul Tyler CA (Lavenham with Preston).
31 Jul 2015
08 Apr 2016
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18 Aug 2017
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Bishop Rachel is looking for a committed follower of Jesus Christ who is a strategic, prayerful and imaginative leader who thinks and acts theologically. The post requires someone who is relational and able to challenge; both resilient and compassionate; someone who is emotionally intelligent and not afraid of conflict; who has an eye for process and a heart for the Kingdom of God.
Dominican Republic Community Partners
(Charity) requires experienced Teacher
to mentor local staff in Reception to Year 8.
We are looking for a priest who is excited about bringing the Gospel to our Benefice in a way that nurtures all that is currently good and will bring new ideas to complement and extend our mission to this historic town.
The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to recruit a full time Associate Vicar/Rector to four of our Resourcing Churches. These key appointments form part of the underlying strategy to enable the Resourcing Churches to embrace their church planting aims, alongside the on-going support and growth of each Resourcing Church. If you enjoy working collaboratively, affirming lay ministries, preparing congregations to plant, are interested in strategic development and are comfortable with leading change we would like to meet you.
Birmingham Cathedral is seeking to appoint an excellent organist and choral conductor as Assistant Head of Music. We are also seeking to appoint excellent singers as tenor and bass lay clerks in the Cathedral Choir.
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