Tuesday 17 May 2022
News from the diocese of London. The diocese covers the City of London and most of Greater London north of the Thames.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of London
A CHURCH has been refused permission to fell a tree, which, it says, is threatening its boundary wall, after neighbours complained that cutting it down would spoil their view
29 Apr 2022
A CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL strategy with formal government structures and the “active commitment of the Prime Minister” is needed to address rising levels of child poverty in the UK, a new report from the Church of England concludes
28 Apr 2022
THE General Synod heard a powerful presentation on racial justice from Lord Boateng, who chairs the Archbishops’ Commission on Racism
18 Feb 2022
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08 Oct 2021
The Bishop of Leicester is seeking to appoint a Rector to the Benefice of Anstey and Thurcaston with Cropston.
USPG is looking for an outstanding individual to join our developing and dynamic team to provide key organizational support working closely with the CEO
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.
We are seeking a Ministry Area Finance Adviser to provide support to our 29 Ministry Areas within the diocese to develop and implement our shared vision. This is a key area within our Vision, together with new diocesan structures to make our central decision-making more streamlined, dynamic and strategic.
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Every moment of social tension needs a peacemaker, and monastics offer an example, writes Joan Chittister
Election results this month show its divisive legacy, says Paul Vallely
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