Saturday 24 October 2020
EIGHTEEN cathedrals are due to take part in the Big Picnic for Hope, an event to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) day
01 May 2020
Cathedral team beats Chelmsford Hindu Society at cricket; Ashers cake case referred to European Court of Human Rights; Five new bishop’s champions appointed by charity
23 Aug 2019
THE Westminster Abbey service to mark 50 years of constant patrol by the UK’s nuclear deterrent was taking place to recognise the “truly remarkable” work of the people who served on submarines
03 May 2019
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Do you have a passion and energy for mission and church growth within an Anglican context?
Do you have experience of growing new worshipping communities through church planting or fresh expressions?
All Saints’ Milford-on-Sea and St Mary’s Everton seek a Christ-centred, Spirit-led, Bible-based and mission-focussed leader who can listen, discern and compassionately inspire change for the next stage of our journey. We are looking for an empathetic and socially confident leader.
This is a post for a Priest-in-charge to serve two energised rural/coastal parishes set in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside and close to Scarborough.
We are a group of three parishes set on the banks of the River Severn and the edge of the Forest of Dean, and close to the city of Gloucester.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to create and drive initiatives to meet the spiritual needs of older folk, including those whose independence and/or social engagement are limited. You will offer them spiritual support, promote their spiritual welfare and recruit, organise, train and encourage a cohort of volunteers, the Anna Friends, to assist you. You will work with churches ecumenically, with existing groups and in the wider community.
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