Saturday 07 December 2019
ABOUT one million people — including up to 200,000 children — are suffering a food crisis in Mozambique, six months after Cyclone Idai struck the region causing widespread devastation
20 Sep 2019
PUPILS and students striking on Friday for greater action on climate change are expected to be joined by more than one million people around the world
16 Sep 2019
THOUSANDS of Rohingya children in refugee camps in Bangladesh are “desperate” for an education, aid agencies have 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 praying for a leader who will work with us collaboratively as we reach out to others to share the love of God in our parishes. We have developed a very clear vision for growth in numbers, in our discipleship, and in the loving service we offer through strong community engagement (especially the award-winning ‘Shildon Alive’ project)
We invite you to apply for this delightful part time (15% stipend – 2 days plus Sunday) post.
Westham (population 5,000) is an attractive and expanding village, set in beautiful Sussex countryside, near to the sea, on the rail network, and within easy reach of central Eastbourne.
The Archdeacon will be joining a focused and forward looking staff team, seeking to mobilise the whole people of God for the whole mission of God, by enabling all the baptised to shine as lights for Christ in the world in the power of the Spirit.
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