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THE Archbishop of Canterbury has condemned the “unacceptable” language that the Archbishop of Nigeria, the Most Revd Henry Ndukuba, used to describe gay people
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This is an exciting role based half time at St Michael’s, Old Rossington in a newly established Mission Area of five parishes, and half time with South Yorkshire Police, both serving a diverse socio-economic context. The successful candidate will be a person in priestly orders in the Church of England, who has completed IME2 and will be able to combine both roles with passion and care.
Due to the retiral of our present minister, a vacancy has arisen at Gilfillan Memorial Congregational Church for a full time minister, part time would be considered.
Are you passionate about mission and growth? Are you a team player and leader who wants to make a difference? Can you help us engage with our communities? Do you have a vision for a flourishing church?
Are you being called to step out in faith to assist in pioneering an innovative model of ministry? Are you passionate about mission, the kingdom of God and enabling the gifts of others? Are you a team player and someone who wants to make a difference? Do you have a vision for flourishing churches and communities? If so, could this be an exciting new stipendiary role for you? Come and join us in the historic market town of Thorne.
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