Monday 17 June 2019
His civility, honesty, and calm rationality impress Paul Vallely
14 Jun 2019
MOST of us, at some time, have fantasised about murdering another person, according to Julia Shaw of University College, London. At the recent Cheltenham Science Festival, Dr Shaw argued that, for most people, imagining killing someone will have been a positive exercise: part of the “evolved psychological design” which helps to prevent us from actually doing the deed
Malcolm Guite considers the heart language of the old dial
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We are a busy, urban and inclusive parish, in a terrific location in SW London. The number of children and families worshipping and playing at St Luke’s is increasing noticeably and we are wishing to develop our outreach in this area through both secular and church activities and to nurture these relationships
The successful candidate would enhance the worshipping life and outreach of a community accustomed to a high standard of traditional music. But we have a wide spectrum of worship needs so the director would also be willing to explore informal/contemporary music styles.
We are looking for an outstanding Chapter Clerk and Chief Operating Officer at an exciting time for the Cathedral, with a new Dean, as we develop a shared strategy and vision.
We need a part time Rector, a position that would enable you to
pursue that other interest or career in paid employment.
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Sarah Meyrick looks at the diary entries of a D-Day chaplain
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