Monday 20 January 2020
News from the diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich. The diocese covers most of Suffolk, as well as one parish in Essex.
For current vacancies in the diocese visit: Jobs in the diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich
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
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A new charity has been established to provide long-term fund raising to support the work, music and fabric of this historically important
We seek an enthusiastic, flexible and experienced organist for our parish church which is situated overlooking Weymouth Marina.
The ancient Devon town of Totnes and its surrounding rural parishes offer a unique context for ministry, spanning the spectrum from the firmly traditional to the decidedly unconventional. Faithful churches with a commitment to excellent worship and pastoral care work alongside a wide range of local organisations including Dartington Hall, Schumacher College, and the Sharpham Estate in an exceptionally rich and varied cultural environment. There are areas of severe deprivation and considerable wealth.
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Unbelief has long been a matter of feeling as much as thinking, suggests Alec Ryrie
The market is now saturated: action must be taken to ensure that institutions are not forced to close argues Daniel Inman
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