Sunday 26 September 2021
THE Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a free telephone line, Daily Hope, to give more people access to worship, prayer, and reflections while churches are closed
27 Apr 2020
THE General Synod debated the timetable and impact of the Living in Love and Faith (LLF) discussion, on Tuesday afternoon
21 Feb 2020
Cathedral organist jailed for sex offences; Chester Cathedral seeks to install solar panels; CBC overhauls trustees for 21st century; Bishops pledge to fight climate change in seven ways; Modern Church launches affiliate scheme
16 Aug 2019
08 Dec 2017
We seek an experienced priest, rooted in prayerful spirituality, gifted with vision and energy to lead our congregation, strengthen our community ties, define and refine our vision, fulfil our significant potential and create real change in the world.
Two Colleges of Durham University are seeking to appoint a joint Chaplain to lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members, of all faiths and beliefs. Hatfield College, where the Chaplain will be based, has a Chapel Licensed for Divine Service. Hence, the successful applicant will be required to be licenced by the Bishop of Durham. St Cuthbert’s Society does not have its own chapel, but has had both lay and ordained chaplains in the past.
If you long to see the church revived and God’s kingdom come in rural communities God might be calling you to join us for adventure and fun.
We are two churches out of seven in the Parish of Great Chesham looking for someone to develop our mission and ministry in our particular local contexts and help increase our community engagement across the parish. We’d love you to think about taking this opportunity to join us here in the beautiful Chilterns and within easy reach of London
We are seeking an enthusiastic and gifted organist and choir director to make a significant contribution to our worshipping life. Responsibilities
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