Tuesday 14 July 2020
News from the diocese of Salisbury. The diocese of Salisbury extends from the south coast up into Dorset and most of Wiltshire, plus parts of Devon and Hampshire.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of Salisbury
A COALITION of churches and charities has launched a campaign, Climate Sunday, as part of a call for action on climate change
12 Jun 2020
A DEACON who voiced her sadness at the new immigration rules that would have left her unable to “make the cut” to come into the UK has been overwhelmed by support from her community and online
28 Feb 2020
THE Draft Channel Islands Measure, expedited through the General Synod in one group of sessions, was given final approval on Thursday of last week
21 Feb 2020
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YMCA Worcestershire is a local independent Christian predominately focussing on the needs of young people with the aim to serve all members of the community regardless of faith, age, or gender.
A growing church in beautiful Royal Deeside with about 70 members, organist, choir, junior choir (est. Jan 2019), active schools programme, lay ministry team & realistic plans to build a church hall.
A fantastic opportunity to further develop our two benefices centred on the ancient and thriving market town of Halesworth in beautiful rural NE Suffolk. Lay and ordained ministries are flourishing, and our churches engage creatively with our communities. We stand in the gently liberal catholic tradition, are inclusive and welcoming of all, hopeful and excited about the future God is leading us into.
Is this the role you are being called to? We are a community of 10 churches in 8 beautiful rural Staffordshire parishes operating as 1 in our aim to grow the numbers of people touched by the Gospel through our church services and by outreach into our communities.
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Asked to produce a clerical diary for publication, Fergus Butler-Gallie researched the efforts of Woodforde, Kilvert, and other predecessors
There is too much control from the centre, and power should be returned to parishes, says Stephen Trott
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