Wednesday 19 January 2022
AN international consultation has begun to ask whether Anglicans from around the world should have a greater say in the choice of the next Archbishop of Canterbury
17 Jan 2022
Appointments Secretary appointed; Position of the Ghanaian Bishops is unchanged; C of E should adopt professional duty of candour; Vicar-General’s lecture commended to Synod; Possibilities that lie in the festival church; More lay testimony to problems in Llandaff; Astronomical accuracy; C of E strategy: responses to Canon Hackwood
14 Jan 2022
THE next Archbishops’ Secretary for Appointments will be Stephen Knott, currently deputy chief of staff to the Archbishop of Canterbury, it was announced on Thursday
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We are looking for an energetic, prayerful priest with a mature spirituality to assist the Rector, wardens and PCC in exploring the meaning of Christ’s gospel in this complex environment as we make our way through the pandemic.
Our group of six country churches is situated in the triangle between Winchester, Salisbury and Andover. We are looking for someone to lead us on our spiritual journeys, to reach out to our rural communities and to bring people to Christ.
The well established Ferncumbe Benefice comprises three distinctive parishes, united and strengthened through the breadth of our communities. We’re searching for an inspired leader who can help us to become even more collaborative.
Living within a cluster of your six very small rural parishes, this is an exciting opportunity to build relationships, integrate in village life, to get involved with a local primary school and to share the love of Jesus with all those you meet.
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