Wednesday 20 January 2021
THE first consecrations in the Northern Province since the recent announcement from Lambeth Palace about the Archbishops as consecrators have been announced
07 Aug 2020
New Dean of St Mellitus College; Three Choirs Festival week moves online; New support group for Christians working with the bereaved; CRC launches online learning platform; Correction
24 Jul 2020
Bishop of Clogher elected Primate of All Ireland; Tottenham poverty champion dies; Dean of Mellitus to be next Bishop of Sherwood; Medieval font discovered in Chippenham; Children’s Society highlights school-uniform cost
13 Mar 2020
07 Sep 2018
18 Nov 2016
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 is a marvellous opportunity for a man or woman to immerse themselves deeply into the church, community, and civic life of this thriving, quirky and historic county town. The three churches of the benefice can offer their new rector a strong supporting team of clergy and lay people, committed worshipping communities, well-maintained historic church buildings and a history of local engagement.
A Parish with a population of 20,000 located in the Walsall Deanery at the northern end of the Black Country. Very much an urban community with a long Christian tradition; the Church has been and very much remains a core part of people’s lives at the most significant points in family life.
The Patrons are seeking to appoint an Priest in Charge for the Parish of St John, Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
Am yow the one God is calling to lead St Matthew’s, a lively charismatic evangelical church in the heart of the black country, with a vision to know Jesus and make Jesus known in this large, urban, multi-cultural parish. The church is affiliated to the New Wine movement and is committed to serving its community and to growing new disciples of all ages.
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