Monday 21 June 2021
Chaplaincy book reviews, news, and resources from Church Times. For chaplain vacancies visit our church jobs board.
A POEM about a hospital chaplain anointing a patient dying from Covid was among the top 100 poems selected in a new national competition, Poetry for Good, which celebrates key workers
10 Jun 2021
Steve Radley is a priest and a photographer, and served as a military chaplain in Afghanistan. He describes experiences that have influenced his work
04 Jun 2021
Limitations on freedom of speech; Jews, Israel, and the treatment of the Palestinians; Conversion therapy and the ‘coercion’ loophole; C of E guidelines for monuments review; For this (light) relief . . .
21 May 2021
14 May 2021
29 Apr 2021
09 Apr 2021
19 Mar 2021
19 Feb 2021
We are looking for a full-time Associate Vicar who will catalyse Anglican catholic mission within the City of Brighton and Hove, working collaboratively with the diocesan department for Apostolic Life in the establishment of a Missional Training Hub for the diocese and sending out apostolic teams to resource other parishes.
Is God calling you to our growing commuter-belt market town in South Essex?
Based in and around Tadcaster, famous for its breweries and a sizeable market town, this newly formed Benefice would be a great opportunity for a priest with vision and a heart for both town-based and rural mission and ministry in this attractive area of North Yorkshire.
The Anglican Church Twente in Markelo, in the East Netherlands, has a vacancy as from January 2021 for a Part-time Chaplain, who will have a strong liturgical sense, a pastoral heart and a passion for rural ministry. We hope to engage someone with enthusiasm to lead us forward, who is a good communicator and willing to learn some Dutch.
Are you passionate about mission and growth? Are you a team player and leader who wants to make a difference? Can you help us engage with our communities? Do you have a vision for a flourishing church?
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When the lockdown ends (eventually), parents are best placed to help their children, says Katharine Hill
A mixed-ecology Church is not instrumentalised in the service of a declining institution, says Paul Bradbury
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