Wednesday 21 April 2021
Rod Garner concludes his trilogy with a reflection on the complex personality of Thomas Hardy
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Acts 4.5-12; Psalm 23; 1 John 3.16-24; John 10.11-18
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Rod Garner examines the dichotomy that was Charles Dickens
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21 April 2021Book launch: Miles to Go Before I SleepClaire Gilbert in conversation with Richard Holloway.
29 April 2021Book launch: How Not to Be AfraidGareth Higgins in conversation with Cole Morton.
Langley House Trust has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Chaplaincy to develop the Christian identity and impact of the Group internally and externally.
St Mary’s is set in an attractive suburban village, on the edge of a popular nature reserve, only five miles from the centre of Nottingham.
The vibrant church of Holy Trinity Combe Down is in an historic village suburb on the beautiful southern edge of Bath. Its second congregation, St Andrew’s Community Church is on Foxhill, a post war housing estate with considerable deprivation, and between the two is a new mixed housing estate Mulberry Park. The wider benefice includes the churches of St James’ and St Michael’s, both in scenic villages.
MHA is one of the most well-regarded care providers and amongst the largest charities in Britain, providing residential care, retirement communities and community support services to approximately 19,600 older people across Britain. Established for over 75 years, with an income of over £246m per year and circa 7,500 dedicated staff and 4,250 volunteers, our mission is to enable people to live later life well. MHA is inspired by a Christian ethos originating from its Methodist roots, but is a contemporary organisation which seeks to serve and employ people of all faiths and beliefs.
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