Saturday 17 November 2018
Pat Ashworth on a play that challenges rhetoric about asylum-seekers
12 Oct 2018
Michael Caines reviews Matt Hartley’s play about the village that isolated itself with the plague in 1665
08 Oct 2018
Roderic Dunnett catches up with Grimeborn opera
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Cornerstone is a young, ethnically-diverse group of people committed to being the family that God is calling us to be. We are an urban charismatic evangelical church in Leyton, close to Whipps Cross and Epping Forest, and we are looking forward to getting to know the man or woman God is calling to be our next vicar.
Our benefice of four rural churches is situated in a glorious part of the East Riding of Yorkshire just a few miles north of the very attractive Georgian town of Beverley.
Our church is growing, it’s in full bloom, but where there’s growth there’s always room
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