Saturday 18 January 2020
FOR Ronnie Bowlby, the privileges of his background and education were an impetus — not just to be aware of the needs of those for whom those advantages were not available, but even more significantly to learn from those facing very different life challenges, and to allow their experience to challenge his own
17 Jan 2020
Dean of Argyll & The Isles THE next Dean of Argyll & The Isles is to be the Very Revd Margaret Campbell, Provost of St John’s Cathedral, Oban, and Rector of St James’s, Ardbrecknish, in the same diocese, since 2018
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THE Ven. Jonathan Smith, Archdeacon of St Albans, since 2008, retired on 1 September
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These three parishes are working together for the first time to bring the Gospel to each of their communities, to guide and encourage their congregations through the provision of a variety of services and to inspire their young people through contact with the local schools.
This group of parishes in is an exciting opportunity for a prayerful priest called to rural ministry to work with a well–developed, supportive parish sharing a common vision and work. The parish boasts a wealth of opportunities for ministry, including a number of church schools where there is a long standing and valued partnership.
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Following the resignation of its current Director, Matthew Martin, Keble College wishes to appoint an outstanding choral conductor (part-time) to sustain and develop its strong tradition of organ and choral music in the context of Chapel services.
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