Friday 20 September 2019
In the final part of our series on Anglican women novelists, Peter S. Hawkins explores Iris Murdoch’s use of religious themes
19 Jul 2019
In the second part of our series on Anglican women novelists, Clemence Shultze considers family life as explored by Noel Streatfeild
12 Jul 2019
The number of British people who identify themselves as Anglicans is lower than ever before, the latest figures from the British Social Attitudes survey suggest.
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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.
Rector for The United Benefice of Astbury St Mary and Smallwood St John the Baptist on the Cheshire, Peak District border
We are looking for a vicar who is excited by the joys and challenges of rural ministry, who will inspire and sustain us in prayer and teaching, and help us engage with our local communities.
On the retirement of The Venerable Jonathan Smith, the Bishop of St Albans wishes to appoint an Archdeacon of St Albans
Set on South Devon’s beautiful coastline and with one of England’s premier fishing ports at its heart, the Brixham Team Ministry serves communities across a wide socioeconomic spectrum who share a strong commitment to the special place in which they live.
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Integrated schooling was introduced in Northern Ireland in the 1980s as a way to help break down the religious divide. Tim Wyatt asks how it has worked
Impugning the integrity and understanding of people who voted for Brexit will not aid reconciliation, says Sam Norton
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