Friday 15 February 2019
Sarah Mullally is the 133rd Bishop of London.
Listen to our interview with Bishop Mullally after the announcement of her nomination: Podcast: interview with Bishop Sarah Mullally
TEACHERS should not underestimate their impact on “the young people of today who will shape our future”, the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Sarah Mullally, said last week
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CHURCH, community, and mental-health leaders have come together in a bid to save an internationally recognised therapeutic retreat centre
A HEART-SHAPED piece of glass from the stained-glass window of a London church destroyed during the Blitz has come home this week
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Goffs Oak St James has a small highly committed but older congregation, while the monthly Family Praise has attracted many new families. The parish seek a priest (part-time post) to work with them to develop the involvement of these families in worship, growth of faith and church life through the development of a new pattern of worship.
St Luke’s is a warm and welcoming, evangelical, gently charismatic church, in the heart of the New Forest.
We are seeking to appoint an Archdeacon of Cornwall who will work with colleagues to equip and enable the priests and people of the archdeaconry to grow the church at the heart of each community.
The Benefice of Brize Norton and Carterton comprises two parishes, located in both a village and town setting, in West Oxfordshire on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
This is an exciting new post in the expanding benefice of Pastrow, one of the pilot ‘Benefice of the Future’ projects in the Winchester Diocese 3 year Common Tenure Interim Post.
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Two gay priests of different generations talk about the challenges that they have faced in their ministry
A task force would enable better working between the Church and other agencies, says Andrew Gray
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