Saturday 20 July 2019
SEVEN million people in South Sudan are facing starvation in what is a famine in all but name, the United Nations has warned
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CHURCH leaders have responded with dismay and a call for action after the release of a report from the United Nations which says that nature is now under rates of decline unprecedented in human history
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We are looking for a new lay or ordained colleague to enhance our capacity for mission at every level of Diocesan life by: Overseeing and coordinating diocesan engagement with parishes and leading mission planning support.
Church Army is a fast-growing, dynamic organisation which works predominantly with those on the margins; across UK and Ireland there are Church Army Evangelists in post, including in its Centres of Mission, hostels, and in projects such as those that work with young people struggling with issues resulting in self-harm. We are a strong and vibrant community dedicated to serve and we have always sought to show the love of Christ unconditionally to all those who need us.
An interim House for Duty Priest is required in the picturesque coastal Cornish benefice of St Goran and St Michael Caerhays for a 2 year term.
Willenhall is between Wolverhampton and Walsall in the heart of the Black Country.
St Stephen’s is one of 3 parishes in distinct styles of the Anglican Catholic tradition. Working alongside the recently appointed Priest in Charge at St Giles’ and St Anne’s, this is an exciting opportunity to lead us creatively in ministry and mission to the whole town of Willenhall.
A well-resourced multi-parish ministry, great schools work and creatively reordered buildings.
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