Saturday 07 December 2019
Lord Williams of Oystermouth is the Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and a former Archbishop of Canterbury.
LEVELS of child poverty in the UK raise questions about whether we are still living in “Dickensian Britain”, the Bishop of St Albans, Dr Alan Smith, has said
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Rowan Williams celebrates 50 years of the Keston Institute and its defence of religious liberty for all
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RELIGIOUS liberty is not just about the well-being of minorities, but a “necessary aspect of healthy, functioning society”, the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams has said
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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.
We are rural parishes near Ipswich offering a blend of traditional worship and Fresh Expressions, established work in schools and youth, and good community relationships to build on. A modern four-bedroomed house will be provided.
We are seeking a Priest in Charge for our Benefice, set in a beautiful area of the Cotswolds. This is a great opportunity for someone with energy, enthusiasm, an outgoing nature and love of the countryside.
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.
Are you the person to encourage, coordinate, develop and expand our ministry among children, young people and their families at our church?
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