Monday 09 December 2019
Housing not to be a ‘commodity for profit’; Ecclesiastical launches photography competition; Commissioners investments go to pot
14 Jun 2019
EVERYONE has a part to play in building communities that help to stop the rise in violent crime, the Area Bishop of Edmonton, the Rt Revd Rob Wickham, has said
05 Apr 2019
Robert Wickham reflects on the zeal for mission among those who live in poverty, and the need for their stories to be told
02 Feb 2018
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21 Nov 2017
King’s College has a rich tradition and future focus that supports students and the King’s community to realise the best all round education there is. An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become the Senior Chaplain for the College commencing in 2020.
We are a newly formed benefice set in South Staffordshire and neighbouring the Cathedral city of Lichfield. We are praying for a Rector who will provide leadership and imagination as we seek God’s vision for the future together.
Our Benefice is just west of Stafford and the four churches cover several rural villages. Farming is the main local activity but there are also significant numbers of commuters who work in the surrounding towns and cities. All our churches are within a 3 mile radius from the rectory, which is in Haughton, the largest village.
Our large, suburban parish on the borders between Greater London and Surrey, is seeking a priest who will enable us to build a new and exciting vision for our churches, bringing about change and engaging in mission to the people we serve.
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge was founded in 1352 by the local Guilds of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary. The college invites applications for the position of Chaplain, to start in August or September 2020.
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