Friday 25 September 2020
JUSTIN WELBY had a rather mysterious piece in the Telegraph just after last week’s column went to press
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PLANNING permission has been given for a new national landmark which aims to profile a million answered prayers
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The digital revolution is unstoppable — but that does not mean that it has to be unregulated, argues Mark Ireland
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The Diocese of Coventry is seeking to appoint a full time Director of New Worshipping Communities to help the Diocese deliver its ambitions for a culture change in making and growing new Disciples, and in developing a more mission focussed approach to the planning and deployment of Resources. This post reports to the Archdeacon
Missioner and is based in Coventry.
We are active, outward-looking worshipping communities, set within a benefice comprising the busy growing market town of Saxmundham and the small and lively village community of Kelsale cum Carlton. We seek a Priest-in-Charge who will be with us and lead us as we continue to grow and share the gospel.
We look forward to appointing the 50th Rector of St Peter’s.
Co-Mission is a growing network of diverse reformed evangelical churches in London co-operating in gospel ministry. We are seeking an experienced full-time Church planter with fluency in Spanish to launch and grow a Spanish-speaking church plant in London for the Co-Mission Network of churches in London. We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated team player experienced in pastoral and pioneering church-planting ministry in an urban context.
The Queen’s Foundation seeks a full-time tutor to join its team of Centre Directors. The new appointee would take on a leading role and responsibility in the recruitment, teaching and support of the growing number of students studying independently at Queen’s, namely those who are not sponsored for ordination/ ministerial training and not on Black Theology-focused programmes in the Centre for Black Theology. You would make a major contribution in helping the institution move into the next phase of its life as a vibrant location for creative, stretching, contemporary, mission-focused theological learning and exploration.
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