Friday 07 August 2020
THE Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has used his Christmas message to highlight the plight of persecuted Christians around the world. He promised to defend the right to freedom of religion
24 Dec 2019
AS MANY as 280,000 people will be homeless, or or living in temporary housing and hostels in England on Christmas Day, the charity Shelter has said
20 Dec 2019
CHRISTMAS celebrations have been cancelled in Iraq, out of respect for the more than 450 people killed in the ongoing protests against the government
The Chaplain will lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members of the College community, including support staff and students of all faiths and beliefs, and those with none. S/he will be involved in a wide range of activities aimed at furthering the College and University strategy, especially in relation to the personal development of students and the future development of the College.
The Chaplain will work closely with the College student support team and in partnership with the University Student Support and Wellbeing Directorate.
USPG is the Anglican mission agency that partners churches and communities worldwide in God’s mission to enliven faith, strengthen relationships, unlock potential and champion justice.
Our benefice of four parishes is centred on the popular small town of Bruton in beautiful Somerset. Bruton is a lively, rejuvenated town with a growing reputation for food, the arts and creativity, as well as exceptional schooling. Surrounded by thriving rural communities and churches which offer different styles of worship, the Rector will enjoy a modern rectory in Bruton and an office with some administrative support.
St. Luke’s and St. Chad’s parishes in Skerton, Lancaster are seeking an incumbent to take them forward as they work together to support
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