Wednesday 19 September 2018
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The Bishop of Chichester is seeking to appoint an Archdeacon of Chichester. The Archdeacon will play a pivotal role within a dynamic senior team which serves a large and demanding Diocese. The Archdeaconry is largely rural but also incorporates the City of Chichester and the coastal towns of Worthing, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis where there is considerable social deprivation.
We are seeking a priest who is a good communicator with
spiritual depth and pastoral experience who enjoys working within a dynamic and supportive team
Colnbrook and Datchet are two diverse and active communities between the M4 and the Thames, bordering Heathrow airport. Our churches are at the
The House of St Barnabas wants to appoint an Anglican Chaplain. Our mission is to ensure that people prosper in paid employment and we use our beautiful Grade 1 Listed building and Chapel to build a community where people flourish. We run a members’ club with culture at its heart, and provide employment training for participants who have been, or are, at risk of homelessness.
St Paul’s Wilford Hill lies in West Bridgford, a popular suburb of Nottingham. We are a welcoming community of different ages and
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