Monday 25 June 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
Jesus College is seeking to appoint an Assistant Chaplain (‘Dean’s Clerk’) to join in the life of the Chapel and assist the Dean of Chapel in pastoral duties for an average of 16 hours a week during term, and 8 hours a week outside of term.
The Schorne Team of Parishes is seeking a House for Duty Team Minister in either Anglican or Methodist orders based in North Marston to work flexibly with colleagues in the Team.
The Bishop and Chapter are looking for an influential and inspirational Canon Precentor & Vice-Dean, following Canon David Kennedy’s distinguished service to Durham Cathedral. At ‘the best Cathedral on planet earth’ we are seeking a colleague who will play a vital and strategic role in enhancing the governance, leadership and liturgical life of the Cathedral.
The Bishop of St Asaph and the Headteacher jointly seek an enthusiastic and creative priest to be Chaplain of this outstanding shared faith church school.
We want to see God at work through the growth of His church, and to bless our communities, in particular their most vulnerable members. We are looking for an inspirational leader to help us deliver this vision.
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