Saturday 25 May 2019
Cathedral news, comment and analysis from the Church Times.
FOUR cathedrals — Leicester, Lichfield, Newcastle, and Worcester — are to receive more than £8 million in grants from the National Lottery Heritage Fund
17 May 2019
Voices from cathedral life are heard here, says David Wilbourne
10 May 2019
How do you walk the pilgrim trail to Santiago when you’re housebound? Ruth Lampard describes her journey on a Virtual Camino
03 May 2019
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23 Nov 2018
We are a newly formed benefice set in South Staffordshire and neighbouring the Cathedral city of Lichfield. We are praying for a Rector who will provide leadership and imagination as we seek God’s vision for the future together. This is an exciting opportunity to take forward the mission of these parishes in their communities. A house for duty colleague will be appointed to work alongside the Rector.
The PENHILL BENEFICE is a family of four parishes covering 64 square miles of central Wensleydale. The scenery is stunning, the people are famously friendly and the local food is second to none. We also have the challenges of hidden poverty, unaffordable homes, low wages, and a lack of local public services.
Our diverse and vibrant parish, to the west of Hull, offers a varied context where the church is ideally placed to be at the heart of our
Situated in the beautiful county of Worcestershire, the parish of Kidderminster East offers a rare and exciting opportunity to lead a team of ordained and lay people.
The United Benefice of Leadon Vale seeks an imaginative and prayerful Priest-in-Charge to walk with them on the next stage of their journey together. This group of nine parishes sits in beautiful countryside encompassing both Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
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