Sunday 22 September 2019
THE Archbishop of Canterbury has thanked young people for taking part in climate strikes around the globe on Friday
20 Sep 2019
THOUSANDS of people flooded the streets across the country, and across the world, to raise awareness of climate change
CLERICS should be talking about safeguarding, including how to prevent abuse, from the pulpit, the National Safeguarding Team (NST) of the Church of England has been advised
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21-22 February 2020Church Times Festival of Faith and LiteratureFor 2020 the Bloxham festival celebrates ‘The Power of Love’. Tickets available next month. More details
26 March 2020Theology Slam Live FinalCompetition opens in November - more details coming soon. Read about the 2019 final
Lead our team working across 8 secondary and 65 primary schools (28 academies in 5 MATs) to deliver, in collaboration with other Diocesan leaders, the Diocesan vision of Growing Disciples: Wider, Younger, Deeper within the framework of the Church of England’s vision for education.
St John’s has a very high number of occasional offices, especially baptisms and funerals. Many people in the town continue to see the church as a focal point for these occasions, yet do not engage with the church at any other time.
The Benefice is set in beautiful rural countryside adjacent to the coast and on the edge of the Somerset Levels with excellent road and rail links. We are a recently formed Benefice of the three villages of East Huntspill, Mark and West Huntspill who have vibrant, community minded populations that are eager to grow and mature into something really special.
We are praying for a leader who will work with us collaboratively as we reach out to others to share the love of God in our parishes. We have
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