Tuesday 17 September 2019
It seems as if very little is politically impossible, says Paul Vallely
13 Sep 2019
THE Second Estates Commissioner, Dame Caroline Spelman MP, says that death threats were a factor in her decision to step down as an MP
12 Sep 2019
THE Government’s approach to the status of EU citizens in the run-up to Brexit is “fundamentally misguided”, the Bishop of Durham, the Rt Revd Paul Butler, has said
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The Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham is forward-looking and innovative with a clear strategic vision, Growing Disciples: reaching wider, younger
A warm welcome awaits from a group of parishes with a great spirit of hospitality and fellowship.
St John’s has a very high number of occasional offices, especially baptisms and funerals. Many people in the town continue to see the church as a focal point for these occasions, yet do not engage with the church at any other time.
On the retirement of The Venerable Jonathan Smith, the Bishop of St Albans wishes to appoint an Archdeacon of St Albans
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As Soul Survivor draws to a close, 26 years after its first festival, Tim Wyatt considers the Charismatic youth movement’s influence on the Church of England
The promises demanded in Common Worship are too didactic, argues Philip Welsh. A small act of rebellion is required
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