Friday 23 July 2021
Steve Morris suggests that the winner doesn’t necessarily take it all
23 Jul 2021
Proper 13: Exodus 16.2-4, 9-15; Psalm 78.23-29; Ephesians 4.1-16; John 6.24-35
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Douglas Dales recalls St Bonaventure, whose feast day was yesterday
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13-14 September 2021Festival of PreachingSpeakers include Barbara Brown Taylor, Alister McGrath, and Sam Wells.
25 September 2021Festival of Faith and Literature: Food for the JourneyWith Stephen Cottrell, Peter Stanford, Lucy Winkett, and Rowan Williams.
The Woodard Corporation is seeking to appoint an experienced Anglican priest or bishop as Senior Provost to exercise spiritual and pastoral leadership within the Woodard group of schools.
A priest with vision, energy and excellent people skills is sought to lead this large suburban parish in west Peterborough (population c 9,000) with a liberal catholic tradition and which is ready for a pastoral and missional reboot, following a vacancy that has straddled the pandemic lockdowns.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving church in the heart of Weston-super-Mare. St. Paul’s is one of the largest churches in the Bath and Wells diocese, with a diverse congregation and a vision to build the City in the town.
Trinity trains men and women for ordained ministry in the Church of England as well as for other Christian ministries. There is an occupational requirement that the person appointed is a committed Christian. We welcome applications from women and men with minority ethnic as well as majority ethnic heritage.
Modern catholic town and suburban parish which is welcoming, dignified and relaxed.
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