Saturday 24 October 2020
I DON’T suppose many readers spend time on Turkish or Azeri YouTube
02 Oct 2020
QUAKERS and other peace campaigners have voiced opposition to a government Bill that would introduce a “presumption against prosecution” for alleged offences committed by British military personnel during overseas operations
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UNITED NATIONS investigators have issued their third report alleging war crimes by both sides in the conflict in Yemen, and calling for atrocities to be referred to the International Criminal Court
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Do you have a passion and energy for mission and church growth within an Anglican context?
Do you have experience of growing new worshipping communities through church planting or fresh expressions?
Wychert Vale Benefice is a network of 6 churches serving a group of vibrant and growing Buckinghamshire villages between Thame and Aylesbury. We are looking for a Rector to inspire lay and ordained people to grow the fellowship, in an expanding community. The benefice has been running as a united Ministry Area, with the clergy serving across the benefice collaboratively with a strong lay team.
This is an exciting opportunity for an interim minister to explore the best way of resourcing ministry and mission within the Benefice of the Hambleden Valley. We are open to fresh ways of working across parishes and within the Deanery. Our hope is for someone who is not just friendly and compassionate but also has the ambition and energy to set in motion a period of change leading to sustained growth. This is a unique opportunity for someone to act as a catalyst in creating a new, outward looking way forward for our Benefice.
Christ Church, an Anglican/Episcopal parish in Mexico City, is seeking a rector for its open, welcoming, bilingual community.
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