Wednesday 17 July 2019
A new book celebrates the often overlooked diversity of the saints. In this extract, Steven Horne is inspired by the example of a Spanish Gypsy, Ceferino Giminéz Malla
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Inspired by Jesus’s example and the work of Jean Vanier, Kate Sainsbury makes an impassioned plea
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Richard John Keeble describes the value-added benefits of a new-old initiative in Oxford
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Ben Lindsay tells Madeleine Davies why a conversation about race in the Church is long overdue
Founded in 1891, Mary Andrews College is uniquely poised to champion theological formation for women, inspiring faith in action through an applied theology of ministry and an enriching capacity to make the gospel intelligible.
Our parish wishes to support its stipendiary ministry with the contribution of an experienced retired priest-pastor who wishes to continue in active ministry on a limited, House for Duty basis.
The person appointed will be lead minister with oversight of and responsibility for our established youth work across the benefice as a whole, as well as having a broad parochial ministry.
Church Army is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which works predominantly with those on the margins; across UK and Ireland there are Church Army Evangelists in post, including in its Centres of Mission, hostels, and in projects such as those that work with young people struggling with issues resulting in self-harm. We are a strong and vibrant community dedicated to serve and we have always sought to show the love of Christ unconditionally to all those who need us.
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