Sunday 16 June 2019
Youth ministry book reviews, comment and news featured in the Church Times. See also: Children’s ministry
A NEW grant scheme is offering up to £25,000 to churches to help them to connect with children and young people in their communities
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Madeleine Davies visits a church on an estate in Newcastle which is enlarging the place of its tent
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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
We are an inclusive liberal Anglo-Catholic church. Due to the relocation of our current organist/choir director, we are seeking a replacement to lead our small committed choir
An exciting opportunity to serve in a unique church in the heart of a vibrant and multi-cultural parish in East Reading. A place where faith, culture, art and theology are explored deeply, where those wounded by life and church can find a home.
Joel Community Services (JCS) is a registered charity providing a 17-bed night shelter for people experiencing homelessness. Based in the former church hall, the shelter is staffed by volunteers and led by a skilled, employed management team. Driven by our Christian faith and through loving care, we strive to meet the spiritual as well as physical needs of our guests.
Applications are invited for this combined post, which will be approximately 70% Director of Vocations and 30% Residentiary Canon playing a key role in helping to relate the Cathedral to the wider Diocese.
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Sarah Meyrick looks at the diary entries of a D-Day chaplain
University chaplains are a lifeline to students in distress — but their remit extends well beyond pastoral care, says Garry Neave
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