Saturday 23 January 2021
THE Church of England’s chief education officer has joined leaders of teaching unions and associations in an angry letter of protest to the Government over plans for the mass testing of secondary school pupils that it described as “chaotic” and “inoperable”
21 Dec 2020
THIS Christmas will now be “different and difficult” for many, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said, after plans to ease restrictions over Christmas in England were cancelled by the Prime Minister on Saturday afternoon
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CHILD poverty is the “most pernicious thing” in the world because its effects last a lifetime, the Bishop of Newcastle, the Rt Revd Christine Hardman, has said
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Suffolk has some of the most remarkable historic church buildings in the country.
Bristol Cathedral is entering a new season following the arrival of a new Dean in October 2020. Building on strong financial foundations and local partnerships, particularly with Bristol Cathedral Choir School – a thriving academy - there is potential to grow, to grow younger and to make a bigger impact in the city and diocese.
This United Benefice on the edge of Gloucester serves a suburban housing estate and a smaller adjacent rural community. There is a single PCC and effective lay ministry with a strong emphasis on pastoral care all sustained by imaginative and Eucharistic worship.
This is a wonderful opportunity for an experienced priest to immerse themselves into the church, community and civic life of this thriving, historic market town and its neighbouring villages, and to lead the team into its next stage of mission and ministry.
This is a significant role. Our new incumbent will oversee the ministry at Sherborne Abbey and work with supportive clergy and laity to serve a variety of settings and communities across the team.
We seek a priest with experience and energy, to lead and develop a ministry team, serving the whole of Barry, one of Wales’s largest and
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