Saturday 26 September 2020
News and stories concerning past and present Bishops of London.
Sarah Mullally is the 133rd Bishop of London.
Listen to our interview with Bishop Mullally after the announcement of her nomination: Podcast: interview with Bishop Sarah Mullally
JUSTIN WELBY had a rather mysterious piece in the Telegraph just after last week’s column went to press
25 Sep 2020
CHURCHES in Britain have declined official comment on the Government’s UK Internal Market Bill, which passed its first parliamentary reading on Monday
18 Sep 2020
A SIGN beside the road is noticed by road users then usually ignored
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The Diocese of Coventry is seeking to appoint a full time Director of New Worshipping Communities to help the Diocese deliver its ambitions for a culture change in making and growing new Disciples, and in developing a more mission focussed approach to the planning and deployment of Resources. This post reports to the Archdeacon
Missioner and is based in Coventry.
A growing church in beautiful Royal Deeside with about 70 members, organist, choir, junior choir (est. Jan 2019), active schools programme, lay ministry team & realistic plans to build a church hall.
St. Marc’s Anglican Church seeks someone to lead and serve a vibrant, multicultural community in the exciting city of Grenoble on the edge of the French Alps
Friern Barnet is a wonderful, diverse and regenerating part of North London. As the parish church, based at St John’s, we serve the local community with enthusiasm, love and grace, rooted in our eucharistic identity. We work closely with St John’s School and are eager to embrace our next chapter of discerning where God is leading.
For one year from September
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What will this year’s students advise the young people who follow them, Dennis Richards wonders
Anglican leaders should move beyond Brexit and pay more attention to issues on the Continent, argues Alexander Faludy
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