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Located in West Fife in the centre of Dunfermline, a town at the heart of Scottish history, but now the vibrant core of the most populous locality in Fife, Holy Trinity is a welcoming church with a strong musical tradition, and a Youth Fellowship used as an example to the wider Scottish Episcopal Church.
St Barnabas is a large, evangelical charismatic, family of churches in North London, which reflects the diverse, vibrant, multicultural area in which God has placed us.
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.
In glorious open country in the heart of England, the Culworth Benefice embraces three villages and one hamlet with a population of around 1600. The parishes work well together and support each other. South Northamptonshire is one of England’s little known treasures and is markedly rural, with ancient villages in addition to market towns. The villages are warm and hospitable places. People view the Rector and the Church as essential parts of the fabric of life.
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