Sunday 26 September 2021
THREE new suffragan bishops were announced in the past week, for the sees of Stepney, Huntingdon, and Shrewsbury
10 May 2019
TWO retired bishops, both Evangelicals, have criticised a letter from 11 serving bishops that hinted at a schism in the Anglican Communion should the Church of England change its teaching on marriage
18 Oct 2018
ELEVEN bishops have warned that a future pronouncement on sexuality may have “practical consequences” relating to the structure of the Anglican Communion and the C of E
15 Oct 2018
23 Mar 2018
We seek an experienced priest, rooted in prayerful spirituality, gifted with vision and energy to lead our congregation, strengthen our community ties, define and refine our vision, fulfil our significant potential and create real change in the world.
We are looking for someone with a passion for and experience of mission and outreach to young people and families in a diverse rural context. With six primary schools there are lots of opportunities.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a welcoming, lively and outward focused benefice on the northern outskirts of the city of Gloucester. Made up of rural villages and new housing estates, this is a varied context for ministry, with a strong emphasis on lay and ordained collaboration.
This is an exciting role based half time at St Michael’s, Old Rossington in a newly established Mission Area of five parishes, and half time with South Yorkshire Police, both serving a diverse socio-economic context. The successful candidate will be a person in priestly orders in the Church of England, who has completed IME2 and will be able to combine both roles with passion and care.
We are looking for a Chaplain with aptitude and skills for pioneer ministry to develop the Anchorage Student Congregation begun by the previous UCL Chaplain and her colleague at the LSE.
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