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Isaiah 40.1-11; Psalm 85.1-2, 8-13; 2 Peter 3.8-15a; Mark 1.1-8
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Rod Garner begins our Advent series by commemorating Willa Cather, born 150 years ago
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Enthusiasts hope that clergy will continue to wear the ‘Warham hood’, says Michael Bunton
We seek a priest to be the Area Dean of Yardley and Solihull Deanery and Vicar of Marston Green.
This is a wonderful invitation to explore ministry in a rural context, leading the whole community with compassion and sensitivity, wisdom, and love, into a new hope-filled chapter of abundant life.
The Earl of Powis as Patron, working with the Bishop of Hereford and the parishes, is looking for a prayerful, mission-focused, priest who will lead the churches in worship and outreach.
The Bishop of Chichester as patron seeks an inspiring, collaborative and community-focussed priest and pastor for this prominent parish in East Sussex.
The Bishop of Kensington seeks to appoint a Priest in Anglican Orders to the Parish of All Saints, Hanworth as Interim Priest-in-Charge. This will be a three-year appointment with the potential for renewal or reimagination of the post as a permanent position thereafter.
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