Wednesday 21 August 2019
QUESTIONS about the response of the Church to transgender people make up a quarter of all of those due to be answered at this week’s meeting of the General Synod
22 Feb 2019
Bishop of Hereford to retire later this year; Church leaders castigate immigration proposals; Children’s Society offers cautious welcome to NHS plan
11 Jan 2019
Hereford choristers sing for papal mass; Taxi drivers support Safe Car Wash app; Lambeth Palace interfaith adviser named; Kettering verger dies in bus crash; Clitheroe Reader to co-ordinate training project
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We are seeking a courageous and resilient person who will be a prophetic voice in
this urban village setting. We are looking for someone who will work collaboratively
within the innovative team ministry and who will be excited and energised about
this challenging post.
A lovely single parish just north of the historic Sussex town of Lewes is
looking for an interim priest for a period of up to two years. The parish has committed lay leadership, two beautiful churches and a good parsonage house located in Offham.
This is a very interesting opportunity for someone seeking diversity in ministry by combining a parochial role, in a lovely village context with a well supported parish church, and by joining an exciting and dynamic University chaplaincy team.
We are a brand new benefice of three churches set in beautiful East Staffordshire countryside and look forward to working with a priest who will:
Teach the Bible clearly and encourage us in prayer;
Be flexible about worship styles and help us to develop new approaches;
Get involved with our local communities, especially young people.
We are a single parish, single church benefice in the pretty market town of Ellesmere with its natural meres, wildlife & nearby canal network. We are seeking a priest who will take inspiration & spiritual strength from this idyllic setting to provide us with positive & enthusiastic leadership to enable us to grow our congregation and engage with our community.
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