Wednesday 19 September 2018
By the Bishop in All Saints’, Antrim, on 24 August:
Deacon: Ian Mills (Agherton).
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The Bishop of Chichester is seeking to appoint an Archdeacon of Chichester. The Archdeacon will play a pivotal role within a dynamic senior team which serves a large and demanding Diocese. The Archdeaconry is largely rural but also incorporates the City of Chichester and the coastal towns of Worthing, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis where there is considerable social deprivation.
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St Paul’s Cathedral is looking to appoint an Interim Minor Canon for between six months and a year to assist its Liturgy Department and its wider ministry.
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Moviddy Union, who will serve also as a half-time Healthcare Chaplain in Cork University Hospital, the Bon Secours Hospital, and Marymount University Hospital and Hospice, all of which are in Cork. Moviddy Union is a small parish to the west and north-west of Cork City, where the faithful parishioners are confident in their ministry, outreach and engagement with the Diocese and local community.
This is a new senior role for the development of Christian communities, pioneer ministry and fresh expressions including co-ordination and oversight of our church planting projects in strategic mission priority areas.
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