Saturday 24 October 2020
TWO exact replicas of the elaborate 12th-century “Gloucester Candlestick” have been created using modern scanning and 3D printing technologies so that one can be displayed in its original home in Gloucester Cathedral
14 Aug 2020
FREELANCE church musicians are set to lose thousands of pounds in income during Holy Week and Easter, owing to the coronavirus lockdown
06 Apr 2020
New Reverend Mother for Sisters of Bethany; Foodbank use rose last December, says Trussell Trust; New survey marks Christingle season; Scholarship offered to Gloucester girl choristers
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Do you have a passion and energy for mission and church growth within an Anglican context?
Do you have experience of growing new worshipping communities through church planting or fresh expressions?
Musselburgh is a seaside town 8 miles east of Edinburgh, within easy reach of all that the capital of Scotland has to offer. It is in East Lothian which extends from rolling hills in the south through rich fertile farmland before reaching the many attractive villages and beaches along the coast of the Firth of Forth, Scotland’s golf coast.
We are a group of 5 conservative evangelical churches based around St David’s church, Moreton in Marsh, in the Heart of the Cotswolds. With a combined ER of 300 adults plus 40 children and a team of 7 full time and part time staff, the Benefice has an important role to play both locally and further afield.
This two-parish benefice, embracing both rural and urban communities in South Somerset, is situated in a pleasant location with good road and rail links. We long to reach out with the love of God more widely into our communities and to see God’s kingdom grow.
We’re looking for an experienced, creative and strategic lead for ministry and discipleship across the Diocese.
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