Sunday 26 September 2021
The Rt Revd Professor N.T. Wright is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, and a former Bishop of Durham.
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22 May 2020
THE Archbishop of Canterbury has urged the Government to tackle mental illness caused or exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic
18 May 2020
Does this study reset the terms of the debate, wonders John Saxbee
03 Jan 2020
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We seek an experienced priest, rooted in prayerful spirituality, gifted with vision and energy to lead our congregation, strengthen our community ties, define and refine our vision, fulfil our significant potential and create real change in the world.
Blackburn Cathedral wishes to appoint an outstanding and innovative Communications & Digital Media Officer with the drive, experience, skills and flair to contribute to the transformation of the Cathedral’s income generation as we deliver on our Strategic Plan.
Do you have a strong vocation to live in a healing, ecumenical community, to lead and manage a committed team of staff and volunteers, and be alongside our guests as they respond to loss, sorrow, and pain by finding new hope?
We are two churches out of seven in the Parish of Great Chesham looking for someone to develop our mission and ministry in our particular local contexts and help increase our community engagement across the parish. We’d love you to think about taking this opportunity to join us here in the beautiful Chilterns and within easy reach of London
Will you come and join us as a pioneer of creative outreach in this exciting and challenging Team?
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