Monday 23 May 2022
The Cabinet Office supports the Prime Minister and ensures the smooth running of government; from developing policy, to modernising public services
St Barnabas is a large, evangelical charismatic, family of churches in North London, which reflects the diverse, vibrant, multicultural area in which God has placed us.
St. Ninian’s is a 19th century Grade B listed building, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and our worship is within the liberal catholic Anglican tradition.
An attractively modernised three-bedroomed cottage stands in the midst of the rolling Somerset countryside – homeland of a vibrant band of Christians who embrace the title of the Six Pilgrims, steadfastly travelling each Sunday to whichever of the six churches they share that are holding witness.
St Matthew’s church is a diverse, down-to-earth community of people who gather and are mainly fed by the presence of Christ in the word and sacrament of the Eucharist.
Find more jobs
Churches are toying with virtual-reality worship. Fergus Butler-Gallie tries it
Paul Vallely finds flaws in the Government’s strategy paper on development
To explore the Church Times website fully, please sign in or subscribe.
Non-subscribers can read four articles for free each month. (You will need to register.)