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Rod Garner celebrates the life and thought of Gertrude Himmelfarb
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THE arguments about Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust seem interminable. But last week brought some real news from the magazine The Atlantic
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The Diocese of Coventry is seeking to appoint a full time Director of New Worshipping Communities to help the Diocese deliver its ambitions for a culture change in making and growing new Disciples, and in developing a more mission focussed approach to the planning and deployment of Resources. This post reports to the Archdeacon
Missioner and is based in Coventry.
This is a post for a Priest-in-charge to serve two energised rural/coastal parishes set in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside and close to Scarborough.
St Margaret’s Church, Barking is a large and flourishing parish church drawing upon the broad traditions of our catholic and openly evangelical style of worship with a warm and welcoming congregation representing all ages and different ethnic backgrounds. St. Margaret’s has a deep history in Christianity dating back to 666AD, and is a Grade 1 listed building, situated in what remains of Barking Abbey
St John’s is an active parish church on the southern outskirts of Croydon. Selsdon is a pleasant suburban community with excellent transport links to London and with the Surrey countryside on its doorstep.
We are seeking an experienced individual to lead the finance function of the Diocese of Chelmsford. This is the second largest diocese in the Church of England and we are currently undergoing significant change. The role requires substantial financial expertise, a strategic mind, and the ability to lead change.We are seeking an experienced individual to lead the finance function of the Diocese of Chelmsford. This is the second largest diocese
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