Sunday 08 December 2019
In his new history of the Cowley Fathers, Serenhedd James tells the story of how a conflict in India led them to a public and spirited stand over eucharistic doctrine
01 Nov 2019
We fail to engage with the sacred drama of the eucharist because our eyes are glued to sheets, says Allan Sheath
05 Jul 2019
Christopher Hill weighs an argument about eucharistic agreement
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King’s College has a rich tradition and future focus that supports students and the King’s community to realise the best all round education there is. An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become the Senior Chaplain for the College commencing in 2020.
The successful candidate would enhance the worshipping life and outreach of a community accustomed to a high standard of traditional music. But we have a wide spectrum of worship needs so the director would also be willing to explore informal/contemporary music styles.
We are a newly formed benefice set in South Staffordshire and neighbouring the Cathedral city of Lichfield. We are praying for a Rector who will provide leadership and imagination as we seek God’s vision for the future together.
Our large, suburban parish on the borders between Greater London and Surrey, is seeking a priest who will enable us to build a new and exciting vision for our churches, bringing about change and engaging in mission to the people we serve.
Do you have the experience and creativity to lead a dynamic, diverse, creative and deeply missional church with a number of worshipping communities, a range of buildings, and a large team of lay and ordained, paid and unpaid leaders?
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