Thursday 20 June 2019
News from the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich. The diocese covers most of Suffolk, as well as one parish in Essex.
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A PAINTING by a contemporary of Canaletto, which was once dismissed as valueless, could raise up to £500,000 to fund urgent repairs to a historic Suffolk church
08 Mar 2019
THE Church Commissioners have announced their biggest grants to date in their drive to reverse numerical decline through investment in “major change projects”
23 Jan 2019
THE first Archdeacon for Rural Mission, Canon Sally Gaze, has said that she will “take risks” in her mission to tackle isolation and loneliness in remote communities in the UK
18 Jan 2019
14 Dec 2018
27 Jul 2018
23 Mar 2018
16 Mar 2018
11 Aug 2017
19 May 2017
05 May 2017
We are a busy, urban and inclusive parish, in a terrific location in SW London. The number of children and families worshipping and playing at St Luke’s is increasing noticeably and we are wishing to develop our outreach in this area through both secular and church activities and to nurture these relationships
We are an inclusive liberal Anglo-Catholic church. Due to the relocation of our current organist/choir director, we are seeking a replacement to lead our small committed choir
We are seeking a Voluntary Assistant to act as Children’s Minister at both churches and take on some agreed administrative roles for each church, working with their Priest-in-Charge and with their church members who form our Pastoral Assistant Support Group.
We are looking for an outstanding Chapter Clerk and Chief Operating Officer at an exciting time for the Cathedral, with a new Dean, as we develop a shared strategy and vision.
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