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5-6 May 2018 Church Times Festival of PoetryWith Sarum College, Salisbury. Speakers include: Rachel Mann, Mark Oakley and Michael Symmons Roberts, among others.Find out more and book tickets
Transform North West has a vision to revalitalise mission across the Region. We have a plan to create one resource church with three locations in St Helens, Warrington and Widnes and will plant six more congregations in the next five years.
Could you be the leader we are looking for to guide us as we go forward together?
An exciting and significant opportunity to develop mission and ministry in these four churches and communities
The Diocese of Carlisle is seeking applicants for the post of incumbent of the new united benefice of Upper Eden, incorporating the benefices of Kirkby Stephen with Mallerstang and Crosby Garrett with Soulby and Brough with Stainmore.
A charismatic evangelical Priest is sought for a church with a thriving young adult and children’s ministry and a widely respected commitment to social action
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Loretta Minghella tells Paul Handley how the Church Commissioners are flexing their financial muscle
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