Wednesday 18 May 2022
Fund-raiser exceeds target for vandalised Welsh church; Bishop of Leicester apologises for priest’s sex crimes; Police: Worcestershire church vandalism a hate crime; Sixth-form teacher banned indefinitely; Bishop of Connor waits again; New Master of the Charterhouse
07 Jan 2022
Loosen poverty’s grip, urges Archbishop of York; Leicester synod approves minster communities; Mediators appointed in Aberdeen & Orkney; Governance award for Church Commissioners; Welsh cleric deposed after admitting to indecent images; LGBT+ Christians surveyed on safety; New director for Theos; Lord Carey: Return treasures to Ethiopia; Retired archdeacon completes ten-hour preach-athon; New qualifications for teachers and leaders; Work continues on C of E’s website accessibility
15 Oct 2021
Ministry plan in Leicester diocese; Justice, safeguarding, and abuse cases; Ghanaian Church and anti-LGBTQI measures; University research into the experience of worship during the pandemic; Orthodox marriage rite
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The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to appoint a Rector to the Benefice of Anstey and Thurcaston with Cropston.
USPG is looking for an outstanding individual to join our developing and dynamic team to provide key organizational support working closely with the CEO
St Peter’s Brockley and Holy Trinity Sydenham are working in partnership to see south east London transformed.
The Diocese of Lichfield is seeking to appoint a full time Officer to take our development programs to the next level.
We are seeking a Ministry Area Finance Adviser to provide support to our 29 Ministry Areas within the diocese to develop and implement our shared vision. This is a key area within our Vision, together with new diocesan structures to make our central decision-making more streamlined, dynamic and strategic.
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