Sunday 16 June 2019
THREE new suffragan bishops were announced in the past week, for the sees of Stepney, Huntingdon, and Shrewsbury
10 May 2019
AN ATTEMPT to bar traditionalists from ordination in the Church in Wales has been heavily defeated at a meeting of the Church’s Governing Body in Cardiff
THE Archbishop of Wales has insisted his Church’s current settlement on women’s ordination was working, after a failed attempt at the Governing Body to remove some of the conscience provisions established for traditionalists
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We are a busy, urban and inclusive parish, in a terrific location in SW London. The number of children and families worshipping and playing at St Luke’s is increasing noticeably and we are wishing to develop our outreach in this area through both secular and church activities and to nurture these relationships
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Music Director-Worship Leader to serve, under the direction of the Associate Vicar, at Rotherham Minster and St Paul’s, Masbrough. You would be joining at the beginning of an exciting new chapter in our ministry in the town where we are benefiting from increased resourcing for the fulfilling of a new vision, under God, to become a Resourcing Church to the borough.
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We are vibrant, friendly parishes wanting to speak and live the good news. With a Mission Priest, Reader and Administrator already in place we can offer real support. The Rectory has glorious views enough to inspire any artist or painter.
Acorn is seeking an ordained Anglican priest, with a calling and passion for the Christian Healing Ministry. You will be a part of a dynamic team, comprising both volunteers and paid staff in providing ministry and training in the healing ministry of Jesus.
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