Sunday 21 October 2018
This week, we discuss new signs of life in the rural Church that are turning around the stereotypes of shrinking congregations in crumbling buildings. Plus, 50 years after his assassination, we hear about how Martin Luther King Jr was remembered this week, and the social activism that he has inspired.
Read Tim Wyatt’s feature on how rural churches are fighting stereotypes of neglect and decline
We are looking for a new Archdeacon of Birmingham to help equip and enable the priests and people of the archdeaconry to grow church at the heart of each community, releasing the potential of our Transforming Church strategy and our plan for reimagining ministry.
The Benefice of mid Trent, a rural team in Staffordshire comprising 8 parishes (10 churches), wishes to appoint a Team Rector able to
are searching and praying for a new Vicar to lead them on the next stage of their journey.
The historic Priory Church of St Peter, founded in 1125, sits centrally in the town of Dunstable. It has a strong musical and choral tradition, and significant schools’ ministry with several church schools within the parish. The Dunstable Team Ministry includes the churches of St Augustine, St Fremund and St Katherine, with two Team Vicars also within the team.
Our parish is home to a warm-hearted, rural village community in Hampshire’s beautiful Test Valley.
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