Saturday 24 October 2020
News from the diocese of Canterbury. The diocese of Canterbury covers eastern Kent.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Canterbury
THE next Lambeth Conference has been scheduled for 27 July to 8 August 2022, the Archbishop of Canterbury announced this week
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THE Church of England has joined a coalition of more than 200 UK charities calling on the Government to temporarily increase the level of Gift Aid that can be claimed
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THE Lambeth Conference has been further delayed — to 2022 — owing to the coronavirus, the Archbishop of Canterbury announced on Wednesday
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The Diocese of Chester seeks a part time (50% stipend 3.5 days + Sunday) Priest.
We are keen to appoint a priest with a heart for urban ministry in this richly diverse context of the West Midlands. This exciting new position has been created by the merging of 2 parishes to produce the Parish of West Bromwich All Saints with St Mary Magdalene and St Philip. The Resident Minister will lead the two churches of St Mary Magdalene and St Philip’s on a 0.5 + 0.5 basis and collaborate with the Vicar/PCC in the mission of the 3 churches to the benefice.
The Chapter of Peterborough Cathedral is seeking to appoint to the following positions from September 2021: Organ Scholar & Choral Scholars (Alto, Tenor & Bass)
The Diocese of Oxford seeks an inspirational teacher with a passion for formation to help shape a large cohort of 80–100 curates in nimble and agile ways
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Catriona Gray writes about the enduring appeal of a children’s classic, filmed again
So how do people cope? Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell write that resilience can be found through faith and a bit of self-care
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