Monday 21 October 2019
Canterbury Cathedral news from Church Times. Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Ted Harrison follows his nose through the Bible
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CHURCHES and cathedrals will be eligible to bid for a share of a £100-million pot of National Lottery funding for large-scale heritage projects over the next three years
21 Jun 2019
CANTERBURY Cathedral is to hold its first “bioblitz”, recording the wildlife in its gardens and precincts with the help of “citizen scientists”
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to share Ministry Area Leadership for the whole area and each to be incumbent of a group of parishes within it. One incumbency has a more urban base.
Our new Team Vicar will live in a spacious house in the village of Long Wittenham near the River Thames. Our three village parishes, with two new Messy Church congregations are ready to grow! Our congregations are ready to support and work alongside:
We seek a rector to help us:
be a more effective transforming presence in the community, and
develop as confident disciples of Christ, who help others come to, and grow in, faith.
As the Diocese of London seeks prayerfully to discern God’s emerging will for the next stage for the vision and strategy for the Church in London north of the Thames, the Bishop of London is looking to appoint two people in priest’s orders to these key positions in her Senior Staff Team. They will join in with, catch and help develop that vision and be ready to work purposefully for the ministry and mission of the Church and the Kingdom of God.
This is an exciting opportunity to exercise a varied ministry in Gloucester.
St Barnabas is set in a predominantly urban area a mile from the city centre.
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