Saturday 31 October 2020
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The horrifying and avoidable deaths of the migrant family who tried to cross the Channel should move Christians to action, says Sophie Cartwright
30 Oct 2020
OUTDOOR services, a field of crosses, prayer walks, and light displays are among the ways in which churches in England plan to mark All Souls’ Day under the current coronavirus restrictions
LAY staff at cathedrals across the country face an uncertain future as their employers take stock of the financial impact of the pandemic
Port Talbot is a coastal town with a strong industrial heritage and a population approaching 40,000.
We are a group of 5 conservative evangelical churches based around St David’s church, Moreton in Marsh, in the Heart of the Cotswolds. With a combined ER of 300 adults plus 40 children and a team of 7 full time and part time staff, the Benefice has an important role to play both locally and further afield.
This two-parish benefice, embracing both rural and urban communities in South Somerset, is situated in a pleasant location with good road and rail links. We long to reach out with the love of God more widely into our communities and to see God’s kingdom grow.
We are a group of three parishes set on the banks of the River Severn and the edge of the Forest of Dean, and close to the city of Gloucester.
This is an unusual part-time post (Sundays plus two full days, or the equivalent spread over the week) located in rural north Oxfordshire. Our benefice is made up of 3 parishes, 4 churches and 3 congregations.
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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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