Tuesday 20 August 2019
Sometimes, as Andrew Boyd describes in a new biography of Archbishop Ben Kwashi, the answer to prayer is unexpected
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Proper 15: Jeremiah 23.23-29; Psalm 82; Hebrews 11.29-12.2; Luke 12.49-56
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Rod Garner finds a longing for transcendence in the life of L. S. Lowry
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David Walker reflects on the rich communal inheritance he draws on in Manchester, 200 years after the Peterloo Massacre
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St. Francis in the Fields is the largest Episcopal Parish in the State of Kentucky, established in 1946. We are a low-church Episcopal Parish. We follow Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and believe the Holy Scriptures to be the revealed word of God. We uphold the Creeds and traditions of the Church. All are welcome here to find a spiritual home and to be ministered to with love and grace.
Salary is £8,583 p/a with work at Three Choirs Festival and additional paid work available.
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