Saturday 23 January 2021
News from the diocese of Leicester. The diocese covers the county of Leicestershire.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Leicester
THE next Bishop of Chelmsford is to be Dr Guli Francis-Dehqani, at present the Bishop of Loughborough in the diocese of Leicester, Downing Street announced on Thursday
17 Dec 2020
BISHOPS have praised the resilience of students and “unstinting work” of school leaders, after a week of anxiety and anger surrounding A-Level and GCSE results
20 Aug 2020
It is wrong to suggest that the city’s problems are a result of its diversity, says David Monteith
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Suffolk has some of the most remarkable historic church buildings in the country.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to create and drive initiatives to meet the spiritual needs of older folk, including those whose independence and/or social engagement are limited. You will offer them spiritual support, promote their spiritual welfare and recruit, organise, train and encourage a cohort of volunteers, the Anna Friends, to assist you. You will work with churches ecumenically, with existing groups and in the wider community.
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. During this vacancy we have committed to working ever more closely together.
St Paul’s is an evangelical and gently charismatic church situated in the commuter town of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills with a
Do you have a pioneering spirit, creative flair and a longing to see what the Spirit might do in this time of change and transition? Do you have a
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Simon Buckley reflects on the death of Betty, his companion in ministry
New work patterns and changing economic realities could provide opportunities for mission, says Mike Booker
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