Sunday 17 January 2021
DOMESTIC-ABUSE law needs to protect survivors who are “driven to offend”, the Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, has said
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OVER the years, there have been many ambitious claims made on behalf of The Archers and its influence on the national psyche
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Bristol Cathedral is entering a new season following the arrival of a new Dean in October 2020. Building on strong financial foundations and local partnerships, particularly with Bristol Cathedral Choir School – a thriving academy - there is potential to grow, to grow younger and to make a bigger impact in the city and diocese.
St Paul’s is an evangelical and gently charismatic church situated in the commuter town of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills with a
We are five parishes with six churches in the beautiful area of South Shropshire, an area of outstanding natural beauty, but this is no backwater. We seek a prayerful, energetic person to walk with us, leading our church community in setting and holding its vision for mission and growth.
Am yow the one God is calling to lead St Matthew’s, a lively charismatic evangelical church in the heart of the black country, with a vision to know Jesus and make Jesus known in this large, urban, multi-cultural parish. The church is affiliated to the New Wine movement and is committed to serving its community and to growing new disciples of all ages.
Unique and exciting opportunity to establish a new congregation with a passion for environmental issues that will have an impact locally, across the capital, and nationally.
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