Saturday 24 October 2020
THESE are strange times when the Anglican Primates in the UK and Ireland combine to challenge the Government over trade legislation
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Boris Johnson has shown brazen contempt for the law, says Paul Vallely
London-centric politicians have prioritised the south, says Paul Vallely
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Do you have a passion and energy for mission and church growth within an Anglican context?
Do you have experience of growing new worshipping communities through church planting or fresh expressions?
We are an evangelical, charismatic, multigenerational church seeking a Vicar who will help us lead the ministry for a changing church. God is inspiring us to begin to reimagine mission in the centre of Derby - a high quality of living city at the heart of Peaks and Dales and with a rich industrial heritage.
We are a group of 5 conservative evangelical churches based around St David’s church, Moreton in Marsh, in the Heart of the Cotswolds. With a combined ER of 300 adults plus 40 children and a team of 7 full time and part time staff, the Benefice has an important role to play both locally and further afield.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to create and drive initiatives to meet the spiritual needs of older folk, including those whose independence and/or social engagement are limited. You will offer them spiritual support, promote their spiritual welfare and recruit, organise, train and encourage a cohort of volunteers, the Anna Friends, to assist you. You will work with churches ecumenically, with existing groups and in the wider community.
Modern Catholic parish in urban Southall/Greenford. We are excited about our calling to be the parish church and serve our community. Our church reflects the ethnic diversity of the parish.
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