Friday 24 September 2021
No cultural segregation in this vision of church, says John Perumbalath
27 Aug 2021
Some who use the language of biology are, in fact, proposing a model driven by economics, argues Anderson Jeremiah
23 Jul 2021
A mixed-ecology Church is not instrumentalised in the service of a declining institution, says Paul Bradbury
18 Jun 2021
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13 Mar 2020
We seek an experienced priest, rooted in prayerful spirituality, gifted with vision and energy to lead our congregation, strengthen our community ties, define and refine our vision, fulfil our significant potential and create real change in the world.
St Antony’s Priory seeks an experienced person to join in the life of its new residential community and to share in the responsibility for its oversight.
Two Colleges of Durham University are seeking to appoint a joint Chaplain to lead in the provision of pastoral, spiritual and religious support to all members, of all faiths and beliefs. Hatfield College, where the Chaplain will be based, has a Chapel Licensed for Divine Service. Hence, the successful applicant will be required to be licenced by the Bishop of Durham. St Cuthbert’s Society does not have its own chapel, but has had both lay and ordained chaplains in the past.
Long Itchington and Marton, a beautiful Benefice in a lovely part of Warwickshire - which is now expanding due to new housing - seek a new Priest-in-Charge to lead us in growing our mission.
This is an exciting role based half time at St Michael’s, Old Rossington in a newly established Mission Area of five parishes, and half time with South Yorkshire Police, both serving a diverse socio-economic context. The successful candidate will be a person in priestly orders in the Church of England, who has completed IME2 and will be able to combine both roles with passion and care.
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