Wednesday 15 August 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
Our parishes in rural Cambridgeshire are looking for an Inspirational preacher,
story-teller and team-builder experienced in working collaboratively with worship teams, churches, schools and business.
Are you called to serve two thriving evangelical churches used to a strong preaching ministry in this historic market town in East Anglia?
The nine churches sit on the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens and the Wolds, near to the town of Boston, and they are within easy reach of the east coast.
Location: Force Wide
Salary/grade: £39,918 - £43,908 per annum. (Grade SG4)
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