Friday 10 April 2020
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THERE is no question that the present situation regarding the coronavirus is grave. To appreciate this, one need look no further than the less than reassuring message being given by the NHS to cancer patients
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The Governing Body of the Charterhouse wishes to appoint to the post of Preacher within this historic institution in Charterhouse Square, Islington. The Preacher’s role has been integral to the life of the Charterhouse since its foundation as an almshouse in 1611.
We seek a devout, energetic and experienced ordained male priest (the Province of Chile does not ordain women) of evangelical conviction for these English-speaking churches, St. Peter’s and St. Paul’s, a national monument having recently been accredited Cathedral status within the Anglican Province of Chile.
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 seeking a VICAR with energy and passion for a group of 5 churches near the market town of Thirsk. With a range of worship styles, we understand the need to embrace imaginative new ways of outreach. We are looking for someone with vision and insight who will work alongside our enthusiastic lay leadership team and assistant priest as an encourager and guide and who will help us build on our current work especially in prayer, discipleship and service to others.
Whaley Bridge is on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District, in close proximity to Manchester and Sheffield. The post has an excellent Vicarage in the heart of a vibrant small community.
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