Monday 09 December 2019
CAMPAIGNERS against knife crime have called on the Government to ban the sale of pointed domestic knives
27 Sep 2019
THE use of violent language is a “danger to our democracy” and “corrupts the nature of our common life”, the Bishop of Leeds, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, has said
17 May 2019
Bishop of Rochester home after cancer surgery; Faith leaders to be offered community training; Lay biblical scholar to be Chancellor of St Paul’s; Chaplains’ LGBTI pastoral care to be studied; ACO’s communications director moves on; Ecclesiastical extends Trust 130 Campaign; Leader appointed for Missional Youth Church Network; On the Origin of Species a closed book to many
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King’s College has a rich tradition and future focus that supports students and the King’s community to realise the best all round education there is. An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become the Senior Chaplain for the College commencing in 2020.
This newly established Benefice of four thriving rural parishes is situated close to the Cathedral city of Lichfield in beautiful Staffordshire countryside yet having excellent links to the East and West Midlands conurbations.
The Archdeacon will be joining a focused and forward looking staff team, seeking to mobilise the whole people of God for the whole mission of God, by enabling all the baptised to shine as lights for Christ in the world in the power of the Spirit.
The Benefice is situated in the idyllic, rolling West Suffolk countryside close to Sudbury and historic Lavenham with a four-bedroom family home in Monks Eleigh at the centre of the Benefice.
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