Tuesday 25 February 2020
A GEORGIAN organ, said to be a favourite of Sir Edward Elgar, has been severely damaged by vandals at a church in the Malvern Hills where the composer spent much of his life
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MEMBERS of the public are being offered a rare opportunity to own part of a cathedral organ that was once hailed as the largest in the world
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Dr Smith condemns gambling in video games; Bethany survivors lobby for state and Church apologies; North Yorkshire church seeks partners; Methodist Insurance launches Church Volunteer Awards; Young organist launches The Organ Manual
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In the Church of England, Birmingham, we seek to shape ministry for a changing church and world. We’re creating six new deaneries, each with a full -time stipendiary Area Dean. The Area Dean for our new Deanery of Yardley & Solihull will work
collaboratively to support a great variety of parishes and worshipping communities in local mission.
Rector of Markfield, Thornton, Bagworth and Stanton under Bardon and Copt Oak in the Diocese of Leicester
Port Talbot is a coastal town, straddling both the M4 and the main South Wales railway line, with a strong industrial heritage. It is surrounded by coastland and hill country, and is just a short drive from areas of outstanding natural beauty such as Gower and the Brecon Beacons.
We are a rapidly expanding parish, presently 18,000, situated in Spalding, a vibrant market town in South Lincolnshire, with a recently re-ordered church. Already established in both traditional and less formal worship, we are looking for a priest who will lead us to the fulfilment of our vision to grow Christ’s Kingdom in our community.
Would you like to lead a church in a dynamic inner-city parish where someone new walks through the door every day?
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