Sunday 16 June 2019
In a difficult agricultural year, the Church has a clear calling, says John Thomson
28 Sep 2018
Mission matters in the countryside — and the Church’s efforts can have a greater impact there than in the city, argues John Thomson
13 Apr 2018
THE physical and mental well-being of the clergy in the Church of England is to be addressed by a new working group set up in response to a General Synod debate in which the Archbishop of Canterbury said that being a parish priest was the “most stressful” work he had ever done
24 Nov 2017
We are a busy, urban and inclusive parish, in a terrific location in SW London. The number of children and families worshipping and playing at St Luke’s is increasing noticeably and we are wishing to develop our outreach in this area through both secular and church activities and to nurture these relationships
We are a well-established church with an ER of 145 and a Sunday worshipping community of 100 or so; a congregation that focuses on worship, fellowship and community, in a style that is “neither high nor low but with a degree of formality”. We’re open-minded and inclusive, celebrating the ministry of all God’s people.
St Martin-in-the-Fields is a community of hope, reimagining church and society through culture, commerce, compassion and congregational life. Together we meet God in the truth of Jesus, the beauty of holiness and the gift of humble encounter.
St Mary’s Cathedral seeks an experienced priest to work as a Canon of the Cathedral alongside the Provost.
Joel Community Services (JCS) is a registered charity providing a 17-bed night shelter for people experiencing homelessness. Based in the former church hall, the shelter is staffed by volunteers and led by a skilled, employed management team. Driven by our Christian faith and through loving care, we strive to meet the spiritual as well as physical needs of our guests.
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Sarah Meyrick looks at the diary entries of a D-Day chaplain
University chaplains are a lifeline to students in distress — but their remit extends well beyond pastoral care, says Garry Neave
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