Saturday 08 May 2021
REDUCING Britain’s international-aid budget will be a false economy, the Bishop of Rochester, the Rt Revd James Langstaff, said in the House of Lords last week
07 May 2021
Ecumenical initiative from the East; Responsibility for housing crisis and its remedy; Church-opening and pressures put on the clergy; Regulations governing children’s memorials; Carbon-footprint calculation and green tariffs; Listening to Dr Farrer; Rural churches without a lavatory; Put clergy at the heart of parsonage decisions
26 Feb 2021
BISHOPS have joined an NHS-backed campaign urging black and minority-ethnic (BAME) communities in the UK to disregard misinformation about the safety of the Covid-19 vaccine and to accept it when it is offered
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Bordon is one of the fastest growing towns in the South East. Following the departure of the Army, 4,350 homes are being built as part of a massive development which will include 100,000sqm of new commercial, retail and leisure floor space.
We are looking for a Rector whom God is calling to bring leadership, wisdom and energy to our three churches located in beautiful rural settings near Cambridge. We are interested in exploring varied and innovative styles of worship to attract new and younger parishioners.
Do you have a passion for Mission
and a pastoral heart?
Would you like to join a collaborative and creative team?
The Bishop of Birmingham wishes to appoint a
Priest in Charge (House for Duty)
St Agatha, Sparkbrook with St Barnabas, Balsall Heath
At the heart of Wiltshire’s wonderful landscape, Devizes is a thriving market town with a strong civic and social life. We are looking for a Rector to lead us to a new level of engagement with God and neighbourhood, to ensure an authentic Christian witness for the 21st century.
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EVEN as I reluctantly cast my vote for Labour in the last General Election, a large part of me was expecting that Boris Johnson would win
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