Thursday 21 March 2019
It is wrong to use St Paul’s teachings to deny LGBT people the sacrament of communion, says David Ison
08 Mar 2019
EU survey of 16,300 Jews in Europe finds fears for safety
14 Dec 2018
THE Near Neighbours scheme — a partnership between the Church Urban Fund, and the Archbishops’ Council — has opened its 250th “Place of Welcome” in a church in Staffordshire
12 Oct 2018
20 Apr 2018
The successful candidate would enhance the worshipping life and outreach of a community accustomed to a high standard of traditional music. But we have a wide spectrum of worship needs so the director would also be willing to explore informal/contemporary music styles.
A pair of parishes invites a new Rector to join our welcoming communities in fellowship.
An exciting and diverse missional opportunity in a supportive Team near Oxford. Your ministry will be focused in a cluster of parishes committed to putting the church at the heart of each of their communities. The ‘BBD’ Cluster embraces a broad spectrum of communities, including an urban priority village, where the churches are united in their passion for growing Christians.
Join us at an exciting time as a new 5-year Diocesan Vision is launched. In leading the Communications and Engagement department you will be seeking new and innovative ways of connecting and inspiring our communities and ensuring that we share messages with wider audiences both locally and nationally. The Diocesan Board of Finance is looking for a talented and creative individual who has experience in managing communications effectively and who can help us develop our communications strategy, enabling us to tell our joyful story.
Based in Salisbury, this is an exciting opportunity to support the work of the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC) whose role is to advise on parish proposals for the care and use of over 500 churches across the diocese in Dorset and Wiltshire.
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As Primates assume more authority, the Anglican Consultative Council is being marginalised, says Jesse Zink
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