Saturday 28 May 2022
News from the diocese of Lichfield. The diocese of Lichfield covers Staffordshire, as well as northern Shropshire, and parts of the West Midlands.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Lichfield
THE revival of the suffragan see of Oswestry in the diocese of Lichfield is being considered by the Archbishop of Canterbury to provide episcopal ministry under the House of Bishops’ Declaration in the Province of Canterbury
16 May 2022
THE General Synod has asked the dioceses to “offer support to link dioceses where the Church is facing persecution” as well as pray for them, and has asked that the Lambeth Conference address the issue
18 Feb 2022
THE Dean of Canterbury, the Very Revd Dr Robert Willis, is to retire on 16 May — the eve of his 75th birthday — after more than two decades in post, it was announced on Wednesday
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St. Ninian’s is a 19th century Grade B listed building, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and our worship is within the liberal catholic Anglican tradition.
St James is a single church parish a short distance from the award-winning beaches of Bournemouth and the beautiful south coast.
The Diocese of Lichfield is seeking to appoint a full time Officer to take our development programs to the next level.
As Director of the Central Secretariat and Clerk to the Synod, you will act as the equivalent of “Company Secretary” for the Archbishop’s Council charity; overseeing policy work on how the Church organises and governs itself. You will also support the Chief Executive, the Secretary General, across the range of his responsibilities, including deputising where necessary on issues within the Church and with key stakeholders outside the Church.
September 2022 – August 2023
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