Tuesday 22 September 2020
News from the diocese of Liverpool.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Liverpool
THE Bishop of Dover, the Rt Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, has described the drowning of a teenage boy in the English Channel on Wednesday as a wake-up call to action
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MORE than £2000 has been donated to pay for the funeral of a man killed in the grounds of Wigan Parish Church, in Greater Manchester, last week
14 Aug 2020
THE sudden imposition of lockdowns in areas of northern England reporting big increases in coronavirus cases drew sharp criticism this week
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