Wednesday 17 July 2019
Alan’s reminiscences of the General Synod were no match for Peppa Pig
Founded in 1891, Mary Andrews College is uniquely poised to champion theological formation for women, inspiring faith in action through an applied theology of ministry and an enriching capacity to make the gospel intelligible.
We are two parishes a few miles north of Oxford, adjoining the World Heritage Site of Blenheim Park. Our church life is in the mainstream Anglican tradition.
Would you enjoy working in the beauty of the High Peak in a ‘single church’ parish, with an Anglo-Catholic worship tradition?
The parish is set in beautiful rural countryside on the SW Wiltshire/Dorset border, with excellent road and rail links and with the magical Stourhead Gardens at its centre. It consists of four adjoining villages each with its own church.
We are seeking an energetic and mission-focused priest to lead these two parishes of a central tradition in a beautiful part of rural Cheshire.
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