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Malcolm Guite surveys some ancient manuscripts at the British Library
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These are urban communities in the West Midlands, with a very long Christian tradition. The Church is very much at the heart of the community. We
Goffs Oak St James has a small highly committed but older congregation, while the monthly Family Praise has attracted many new families. The parish seek a priest (part-time post) to work with them to develop the involvement of these families in worship, growth of faith and church life through the development of a new pattern of worship.
West of the beautiful city of Bath, is a community where 1 in 3 children grow up in poverty. Twerton is one of the most disadvantaged areas in Bath and within 20% of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the UK. At the end of the High Street is St Michael’s: a church with a big heart and big ambition. We are looking for a Team Rector to lead us in our whole life discipleship of Jesus and mission to our community.
The Bishop of Portsmouth is seeking to appoint a Priest-in-Charge for
this parish at one of the Island’s flagship civic churches
St Giles, in the town centre and St Thomas, 3 miles away, are lively churches offering a range of worship styles, with strong links to the local community and with opportunities for civic, rural and schools ministry. In addition to the local amenities of an historic market town, Newcastle benefits from being close to the amenities of the major city of Stoke on Trent and the beautiful Staffordshire countryside.
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Two gay priests of different generations talk about the challenges that they have faced in their ministry
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