Monday 25 March 2019
FEELING overwhelmed by the task of reconciliation after Brexit is “right and normal”, a tutor and lecturer in political theology at St Mellitus College, Selina Stone, has said.
Speaking at the
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BREXIT has prompted a German-born priest, the Revd Heike Prentice, an Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Hammersmith, in London, to become a British citizen
CHRISTIANS from across Europe pledged to continue co-operating despite Brexit, at a conference in Scotland which brought together Christian groups campaigning for social justice
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This is an exciting time for us, as the North Wiltshire Mission Area (NWMA) comes into being. As Mission Enabler for NWMA, you will have an opportunity to work with the Vicar of Malmesbury and Upper Avon, and with the other incumbents in the Area, to set the direction of travel and help bring some of the ideas that the Holy Spirit is already sowing among us to fruition. We hope that you may be the person who God has in mind to come and partner with us in growing our evangelism and discipleship.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and visionary Team Vicar who is excited about helping to shape an emerging Mission Community and able to work across a diversity of worship styles (traditional to modern). We are committed to working with all ages and making new disciples, as we share the gospel with our communities.
We are three parishes in distinct styles of the Anglican Catholic tradition, seeking two priests to lead us creatively in ministry and mission to
Applications are invited for the post of Director of Music and Organist at our busy suburban and daughter church in South Staffordshire.
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