Saturday 16 January 2021
Gerald Butt reports on a tough year for Palestinian Christians
18 Dec 2020
A POTENTIAL threat to long-term water security and food supply in Egypt remains, after the breakdown of talks involving Egyptian, Ethiopian, and Sudanese ministers
13 Nov 2020
‘The BBC’s unwritten dictum is “Better be right than first.” It fears stirring things up’
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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.
We are looking for a Team Rector for this very significant benefice within the diocese, which contains a range of rural and urban parishes and worship traditions. Lay ministry is taken seriously. The successful candidate will lead the process of appointing a Team Vicar with whom they will share leadership of a staff team comprising: one house for duty team vicar, one associate priest, two self supporting ministers, one reader and several retired clergy with permission to officiate.
The Bishop of Edmonton is seeking to appoint a priest for this outward focussed, vibrant, drama, music, and community loving church. The priest will also oversee the Area discernment processes for potential new clergy, alongside a team of assistants.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to create and drive initiatives to meet the spiritual needs of older folk, including those whose independence and/or social engagement are limited. You will offer them spiritual support, promote their spiritual welfare and recruit, organise, train and encourage a cohort of volunteers, the Anna Friends, to assist you. You will work with churches ecumenically, with existing groups and in the wider community.
The successful applicant will have experience of choral conducting at a high level, and ideally be an experienced organist
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It has never been more urgent to support democracy — and religion has an important part to play, says Alan Smith
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