Sunday 26 September 2021
Helter-skelter to come to Norwich Cathedral; Stay quiet on politics, Archbishop Welby told; Compensation plan for resettled children
04 Jan 2019
THE Archdeacon of Nottingham, the Ven Sarah Clark, is to be the next Bishop of Jarrow, a suffragan in Durham diocese, it was announced on Thursday morning
20 Dec 2018
College principal to be Bishop of Penrith; New Dean of Chester announced; Bishop of Jarrow to retire in October; Dream fulfilled as Coventry drops fees; Ecumenical request for Pope to cross NI border; BBC accepts that Jesuit was not 1605 conspirator
11 May 2018
07 Jul 2017
09 Oct 2015
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.
Blackburn Cathedral wishes to appoint an outstanding and innovative Communications & Digital Media Officer with the drive, experience, skills and flair to contribute to the transformation of the Cathedral’s income generation as we deliver on our Strategic Plan.
Are you being called to step out in faith to assist in pioneering an innovative model of ministry? Are you passionate about mission, the kingdom of God and enabling the gifts of others? Are you a team player and someone who wants to make a difference? Do you have a vision for flourishing churches and communities? If so, could this be an exciting new stipendiary role for you? Come and join us in the historic market town of Thorne.
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
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