Monday 19 April 2021
Justin Welby is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury. Read the Church Times interview: Archbishop Justin Welby in conversation
THE Duke of Edinburgh was laid to rest in the royal vault in St George’s Chapel, Windsor, on Saturday afternoon
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LAMBETH PALACE has agreed to return to Nigeria two bronze busts which were gifted to a former Archbishop of Canterbury, the late Lord Runcie, 40 years ago
16 Apr 2021
THE interview that the Archbishop of Canterbury gave to Henry Mance of the FT was quite the most illuminating — and favourable — picture of his personality which any journalist has produced
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Langley House Trust has an exciting opportunity for a Head of Chaplaincy to develop the Christian identity and impact of the Group internally and externally.
We are looking for a first Rector of our new benefice to introduce younger families and a wider community to the life of our churches in four villages in rural West Kent. We are forming a joint council for the benefice so that we can grow God’s church with a strong leader, supported by an assistant priest as well as paid and volunteer help. We offer a modern rectory, a range of state and independent schools, plus excellent road and rail links from nearby Sevenoaks or Tonbridge.
End of life is an incredibly challenging time for patients and those important to them, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
The vibrant church of Holy Trinity Combe Down is in an historic village suburb on the beautiful southern edge of Bath. Its second congregation, St Andrew’s Community Church is on Foxhill, a post war housing estate with considerable deprivation, and between the two is a new mixed housing estate Mulberry Park. The wider benefice includes the churches of St James’ and St Michael’s, both in scenic villages.
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