Friday 19 January 2018
Worshippers at St Luke’s, Milber, in Newton Abbott, will be on the receiving end of a snow machine during services on Christmas Eve. The Team Vicar, the Revd Nick Debney, will fire out snow in an attempt to bring joy to his services
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16-18 February 2018Church Times Festival of Faith & LiteratureOur literary festival with a theological slant in Bloxham, Oxfordshire. Speakers include Francis Spufford, Ruth Valerio, Eve Poole, Mark Oakley, James Runcie and many others. Find out more
5-6 May 2018Church Times Festival of PoetryWith Sarum College, Salisbury. More details coming soon - register your interest here
This is a senior post in a small Diocese which embraces the importance of mission in the community. We have a friendly and supportive Bishop’s Team and an effective Diocesan Office Team. A Ministry Area infrastructure is in place but we need someone with experience to focus on developing our mission strategy and to put it into action!
The Bishop of Chichester seeks to appoint a Vicar for the Parish of St Mary’s, East Grinstead, Eucharistic Tradition
of St Mary Brookfield
St Mary’s is an exciting Church, joyfully serving the very diverse
We seek an outstanding musician to play the organ, to assist with the direction of the choir, and to develop the Cathedral’s music to enrich its mission and ministry in our vibrant City and Diocese
Following the appointment of our current post holder to be Chief Operating Officer and Chapter Clerk at Durham Cathedral we have an exciting opportunity for a highly capable person to take up the role of Chief Operations Officer. This is our most senior lay post, responsible for the lay administration, governance and operations of the Cathedral.
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Despite impressions to the contrary, the business of government goes on in Washington DC. Congress contains 40 Episcopalians. Here they talk to David Paulsen about their faith and vision
If they are to flourish in the long term, they need changes in management and governance, says Adrian Newman
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