Thursday 18 July 2019
The Diocese of Chelmsford stretches from the east coast to the Thames. It comprises the county of Essex, the unitary authorities of Southend and Thurrock, and the east London boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge and Waltham Forest.
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Founded in 1891, Mary Andrews College is uniquely poised to champion theological formation for women, inspiring faith in action through an applied theology of ministry and an enriching capacity to make the gospel intelligible.
The successful candidate would enhance the worshipping life and outreach of a community accustomed to a high standard of traditional music. But we have a wide spectrum of worship needs so the director would also be willing to explore informal/contemporary music styles.
This is an exciting new post in the expanding benefice of Pastrow, one of the pilot ‘Benefice of the Future’ projects in the Winchester Diocese 3 year Common Tenure Interim Post.
St Mary’s is located on the outskirts of Harlow in West Essex. We are committed to being Word-fed and Spirit-led and are excited at the opportunities for making Jesus known in our expanding parish.
We are seeking an energetic and mission-focused priest to lead these two parishes of a central tradition in a beautiful part of rural Cheshire.
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Ben Lindsay tells Madeleine Davies why a conversation about race in the Church is long overdue
They have it harder than previous generations, says Simon Cuff. Bold policies are needed to make amends
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