Friday 20 September 2019
New Bishop of Derry & Raphoe elected; Pensions Board issues lobbying challenge to mining giant; Online bullying highlighted by UN poll; Commission calls for improvements in Birmingham
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THE Church of England Pensions Board has reported a bad year for its investments, with a total loss of 2.6 per cent on its £2.5 billion-strong portfolio
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ALMOST half of the worst-offending companies for carbon emissions are failing to integrate climate change into their business decisions, new Church-led research suggests
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Lead our team working across 8 secondary and 65 primary schools (28 academies in 5 MATs) to deliver, in collaboration with other Diocesan leaders, the Diocesan vision of Growing Disciples: Wider, Younger, Deeper within the framework of the Church of England’s vision for education.
St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church in Louisville, KY is seeking a new rector to pastor and lead our congregation (ASA 350)
St. Francis in the Fields is the largest Episcopal Parish in the State of Kentucky, established in 1946. We are a low-church Episcopal Parish. We follow Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and believe the Holy Scriptures to be the revealed word of God. We uphold the Creeds and traditions of the Church. All are welcome here to find a spiritual home and to be ministered to with love and grace.
We hope to welcome an energetic and enthusiastic Rector to lead and inspire us in our vision to proclaim the Gospel and to play our part in the growth of the Living Christian presence in the Community at large
Available for the academic year 2020-21 with possibility of an additional year.
Suitable for GAP year, undergraduates or post-graduates.
You are joining a team of 3 that work with Churches and charities to help promote their evangelism online.
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