Saturday 24 October 2020
THE discovery of a 14th-century stone head and a rosary bead at Shaftesbury Abbey “raises a lot more questions than it answers”, an archaeologist has said
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MARRIAGES up and down the land will have been pushed closer to the brink by the screening of the first episode of BBC1’s latest Sunday-night drama, David Nicholls’s Us
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A CHALICE made of lead, dating from the sixth century, is being hailed as one of the most important finds of Christian artefacts in Western Europe
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Do you have a passion and energy for mission and church growth within an Anglican context?
Do you have experience of growing new worshipping communities through church planting or fresh expressions?
A growing church in beautiful Royal Deeside with about 70 members, organist, choir, junior choir (est. Jan 2019), active schools programme, lay ministry team & realistic plans to build a church hall.
We seek an enthusiastic and energetic Rector to minister in our seven parishes in beautiful north Buckinghamshire.
The benefice is centred on the lively and thriving community of Brill, with an excellent primary school, and includes six smaller parishes in the surrounding villages.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to create and drive initiatives to meet the spiritual needs of older folk, including those whose independence and/or social engagement are limited. You will offer them spiritual support, promote their spiritual welfare and recruit, organise, train and encourage a cohort of volunteers, the Anna Friends, to assist you. You will work with churches ecumenically, with existing groups and in the wider community.
Dean Close School and Tewkesbury Abbey are seeking to appoint a young musician for the academic year 2021-22.
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