Friday 30 October 2020
News from the Church of Ireland, which includes the dioceses of Armagh; Clogher; Connor; Cork, Cloyne and Ross; Derry and Raphoe; Down and Dromore; Dublin and Glendalough; Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh; Limerick and Killaloe; Meath and Kildare; and Tuam, Killala and Achonry.
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ALL five Anglican Primates of the UK and Ireland have warned the Government that its UK Internal Market Bill will set a “disastrous precedent” and “further undermine trust and goodwill” between the home nations if it is passed unamended
19 Oct 2020
THE Church of Ireland has launched a mental-health promotion programme to mark World Mental Health Day
10 Oct 2020
CHURCHES in Britain have declined official comment on the Government’s UK Internal Market Bill, which passed its first parliamentary reading on Monday
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Our churches may be ancient, but we have a vision for future growth and progress, so we are looking for a Vicar to help us fulfil our hope for the future.
We seek an enthusiastic and energetic Rector to minister in our seven parishes in beautiful north Buckinghamshire.
The benefice is centred on the lively and thriving community of Brill, with an excellent primary school, and includes six smaller parishes in the surrounding villages.
The Duke of Marlborough, The Rector and Fellows of Lincoln College Oxford and the Bishop of Oxford wish to appoint a Rector.
The Patrons are seeking to appoint an Incumbent for the Parish of St John, Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
We are looking for like-minded ordained and non-ordained people to serve the Traveller Communities in England and Wales through our Sessional Chaplaincy and Family Support work.
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Online or in person, churches are embracing new ways of ministering to children, says Margaret Pritchard Houston
It is about much more than filling the gaps left by stipendiary clergy, argues Martyn Snow. A whole new vision is needed
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