Saturday 24 October 2020
A DIOCESE in New Zealand has invested one million dollars in a Christian investment fund as part of an effort to make its capital work towards its mission
18 Sep 2020
THE arguments about Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust seem interminable. But last week brought some real news from the magazine The Atlantic
04 Sep 2020
WORK to stabilise Christ Church Cathedral New Zealand has been given the green light by planners, eight years after the structure was partially destroyed in an earthquake
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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?
Wychert Vale Benefice is a network of 6 churches serving a group of vibrant and growing Buckinghamshire villages between Thame and Aylesbury. We are looking for a Rector to inspire lay and ordained people to grow the fellowship, in an expanding community. The benefice has been running as a united Ministry Area, with the clergy serving across the benefice collaboratively with a strong lay team.
We are looking for an open-hearted and collaborative vicar to lead us as we start our journey as a united benefice in this lovely corner of rural Essex. You would be living in the historic small town of Coggeshall, with a flock spread across several surrounding villages.
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.
The Bishop of Buckingham and St Leonards Church Trust seek to appoint a vicar for the joint Benefices of The Lee and the Chiltern Hilltop parishes of St Leonards, Cholesbury and Hawridge.
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