Monday 26 August 2019
Rebecca Paveley speaks to women who have experienced pregnancy loss and asks how the Church can better support them
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Highlights of this year’s arts reviews
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A PULPIT exchange was held between a church in London, and one in Berlin, to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War last Sunday
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A vibrant charismatic evangelical church, we are a community of all-ages (c600), known for contemporary worship, biblical teaching and dynamic children & youth ministry. We are hungry to know Jesus better, to live like Him and lead others to Him.
Congleton is a wonderful community into which to minister.
We are looking for someone with a passionate missional faith.
St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church in Louisville, KY is seeking a new rector to pastor and lead our congregation (ASA 350)
St. Francis in the Fields is the largest Episcopal Parish in the State of Kentucky, established in 1946. We are a low-church Episcopal Parish. We follow Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and believe the Holy Scriptures to be the revealed word of God. We uphold the Creeds and traditions of the Church. All are welcome here to find a spiritual home and to be ministered to with love and grace.
We are a single parish, single church benefice in the pretty market town of Ellesmere with its natural meres, wildlife & nearby canal network. We are seeking a priest who will take inspiration & spiritual strength from this idyllic setting to provide us with positive & enthusiastic leadership to enable us to grow our congregation and engage with our community.
A Priest with passion for helping others to grow is sought for
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