Tuesday 23 October 2018
Isaiah 53.4-end; Psalm 91.9-end; Hebrews 5.1-10; Mark 10.35-45
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Proper 23: Amos 5.6-7, 10-15; Psalm 90.12-end; Hebrews 4.12-end; Mark 10.17-31
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We are looking for a new Archdeacon of Birmingham to help equip and enable the priests and people of the archdeaconry to grow church at the heart of each community, releasing the potential of our Transforming Church strategy and our plan for reimagining ministry.
(Under the alternative episcopal sacramental and pastoral care of The Bishop of Ebbsfleet)
We are looking for a Vicar who has spiritual depth and vision and who can help us develop our future strategy and outreach across the local area.
We seek an enthusiastic and committed leader to support and inspire us to move forward in faith. As Rector you’ll be supported by an experienced team of OLMs and Readers who, together with the congregations, help serve the people in this beautiful part of South Norfolk.
In line with the Diocesan vision the Diocesan Director of Ordinands (DDO) will be responsible for the process of fostering,
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