Friday 20 September 2019
THE author P. G. Wodehouse is to be honoured with a memorial stone in Westminster Abbey, despite his controversial past
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THE next Dean of Westminster will be the Dean of Bristol, the Very Revd Dr David Hoyle, it was announced on Wednesday
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Abbey accused of spurning Ethiopian priests; Charity joins campaign against Universal Credit; St Asaph and Helsinki dioceses form new link; Bell-tower drop-in to receive Queen’s Award; Eco gold for Methodist church
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Lead our team working across 8 secondary and 65 primary schools (28 academies in 5 MATs) to deliver, in collaboration with other Diocesan leaders, the Diocesan vision of Growing Disciples: Wider, Younger, Deeper within the framework of the Church of England’s vision for education.
We are seeking to appoint a new vicar for Holy Trinity Jesmond. This is an exciting appointment based in the heart of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Holy Trinity Jesmond is a warm, welcoming, lively evangelical Anglican church. We are looking for someone who is creative, energetic and compassionate and who has experience in a growing church.
St Peter’s is situated in Newington, an attractive diverse neighbourhood in Edinburgh’s Southside. We enjoy a rich variety of liturgical traditions and music, but are keen to develop more flexible patterns of worship. We work actively in our community, individually and in partnership with others, and recognise that there are real opportunities to build pathways into faith and membership of St Peter’s.
Are you passionate about mission and community?
Are you excited by the challenge of a new team ministry, seeking to build church and community and to see lives transformed by Jesus?
Can you think creatively and bring fresh perspectives to mission?
Are you ready to take risks for God?
We are six village churches with a single PCC, situated in the beautiful Marlborough Downs, with excellent local amenities, transport links and schools. We have strong foundations on which to build and explore new opportunities. Changing our structure has freed up resources for growth; there is room and encouragement for fresh
ideas and experience.
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