Saturday 22 January 2022
Pentecostal bishop to take up CTE post; Successful tribunal claim against St Stephen’s House; Cumbrian county ecumenism reaffirmed; Korean church to recruit overseas workers; Crowdfunding effort launched to stop Wiveton closure;
12 Nov 2021
TWO new presidents of Churches Together in England (CTE) assumed office this week. They are Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira & Great Britain, in the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s Holy
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RACISM is a “blight” affecting all churches in the UK, the presidents of Churches Together in England (CTE) said this week
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22 Nov 2019
The Diocese of Derby now seeks applications from outstanding candidates for two Archdeacon posts, to join us in living out that vision in three newly created Archdeaconries (the current Archdeacon of Chesterfield will become Archdeacon of Derbyshire Peak and Dales).
Do you have a strong vocation to lead and manage a committed team of staff and volunteers, live as part of a healing, ecumenical community and be alongside our guests as they respond to loss, sorrow, and pain by finding new hope? People turn to us at times of trauma and transition to find their own strength, and we offer a holistic and sacramental approach based on justice, peace and ecology.
Our vision is that all may encounter and know the love of God.
The Team Leader will have an overview of all ministry training in the diocese, including IME phase 2 and the broad spectrum of lay ministry. They will lead an enthusiastic team of colleagues, including both staff and volunteers. The training team sits within a wider diocesan team which is rich in experience and gifts, offering great opportunities for collaboration.
Do you have a passion for lay leadership? Could you bring your skills to support the laity of our diocese identify and nurture their callings?
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