Wednesday 08 April 2020
News from the diocese of Chichester. The diocese of Chichester covers most of West Sussex and East Sussex.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the Diocese of Chichester
MUCH more needs to be done to protect children during the coronavirus crisis, a group of children’s charities has warned
27 Mar 2020
A PRIEST who is a former policeman accused of involvement in the death of a prisoner has blamed a flawed investigation-process for serious delays in his desire to pursue his vocation
06 Mar 2020
THE Revd Meirion Griffiths, a former Rector of St Pancras’s, Chichester, has been convicted of sexually assaulting two women in the 1970s and ’80s
14 Jan 2020
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03 May 2019
Applications are invited for the position of Bampton Lecturer for 2021.
The Church has a vision of becoming a ‘community of communities’, with worship at the heart of each of those communities in some form. You will be responsible for developing a coherent strategy and a set of costed proposals which will equip the church to serve communities whose needs are not being met, and who may be marginalised. This will involve scoping the most urgent community needs; helping respond to, and shape, the vision of the congregation; identifying and developing partnerships with other city-centre churches and third sector providers with whom we might wish to work.
Azalea is Christian charity committed to helping all involved in commercial sexual exploitation to find freedom.
This post offers the opportunity to combine responsibility for helping the diocese in its strategic commitment to growing and developing vocations to lay and ordained ministry with part-time parochial ministry in a lovely village setting.
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The coronavirus pandemic is deeply traumatic, writes Joanna Collicutt, but also deeply transformative
Society has been shaken to its foundations, and the impact is likely to be lasting, says Christopher Steed
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