Thursday 20 June 2019
A NEW resource guide for PCCs and congregations who wish to become more welcoming to disabled people has been published by the Christian disability charity Through the Roof
07 Jun 2019
For some, the answer is ‘yes’ — the Church should not assume that everyone wants to be healed, says Tanya Marlow
31 May 2019
CURRENT definitions of vulnerability are “too simplistic” to properly support people living in poverty whose needs are multiple and complex, Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has warned in its latest report
05 Apr 2019
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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
Team Rector - opportunity in the Benefice of Egremont (9000 pop) which bounds the Western side of Lake District National Park.
St Paul’s Cathedral is appointing a Chaplain to join its community in this task.
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.
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University chaplains are a lifeline to students in distress — but their remit extends well beyond pastoral care, says Garry Neave
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