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Church ban on hijab upheld by court

A KENYAN court has upheld the right of a church school to ban the wearing of the hijab by Muslim students. On 6 March Justice Harun Makau of…

Churches unite to tackle witchcraft-related killings

EVANGELISATION and education are needed to halt the witchcraft-related killings plaguing Tanzania, church leaders said last week. The lead item on the agenda of the six-day meeting of…

New Zealand bishop suspended

THE BISHOP of the Diocese of Te Waipounamu on the South Island of New Zealand, has been suspended by the Archbishops of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New…

Latest UK news

Survey reveals the impact of chaplaincy today

THERE ARE more than 15,000 chaplains in the UK, new research from the Religion and…

Investigation into Muslim prayer service launched

THE BISHOP of Southwark has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding a Muslim prayer…

Bishop of Lichfield to retire

The Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Rev Jonathan Gledhill, announced his retirement at the College…

Banks ‘should change the way they operate’

SPEAKING at the Worshipful Company of International Bankers’ banquet last week, the Archbishop of Canterbury,…

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  • PORT CHAPLAIN - SINGAPORE 24/03/2015
    Port Chaplain - Singapore: Inspirational leader required to direct port ministry in Singapore. The Mission to Seafarers provides help and support to the 1.5 million men and women who face danger every day to keep our global economy afloat. As a wo
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    The Bishop of Oxford, the Provost and Fellows of Worcester College, the Provost and Fellows of Oriel College, the Principal and Fellows of Jesus College, Oxford and the Diocesan Board of Patronage wish to appoint: RECTOR The Benefice of Cherbu
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    Vacancy in the See of Leicester. Following the announcement of the retirement of the Rt Revd Tim Stevens, Bishop of Leicester, the See will fall vacant on 11 July 2015. The Main meeting of the Vacancy in See Committee will be held on 20 May 201
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    Diocese in Europe. ICS seeks an experienced, adventurous, evangelical priest to lead this diverse and renewal-influenced international Anglican Church and daughter congregation (currently led by a non-stipendiary priest) situation to the south-wes
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    CANON PRINCIPAL Full time role, lay and ordained applicants welcomed The Canon Principal will lead the new School of Mission, developing Christian discipleship, resourcing lay and ordained ministerial training and building an effective partnershi
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    The Bishop seeks to appoint an ordained Anglican Minister for the English-speaking congregations of All Saints' Cathedral, serving multi-denominational congregations. This is a senior role and will involve working closely with the Bishop of others
  • Organist 06/03/2015
    Organist required from August 2015 St Margaret’s Parish Church, Warnham, near Horsham, West Sussex Our young talented organist is going up to Cambridge to be organ scholar at Emmanuel. We need someone to take over playing for our services, with t
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Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

For most ‘everyday’ Christians, theologians are not a topic of conversation at the water-cooler, or even over church coffee in green cups. They lurk in the shadows…

Leader

Chaos in enforcing ‘British values’

Chaos in enforcing ‘British values’

Home Secretary Theresa May has recently lamented the sense of fear now being felt and voiced by the Jewish community in the UK. She expressed shock and…

Opinion

The most overlooked season in the Church?

The most overlooked season in the Church?

A pity that the Epiphany season gets so overlooked. It’s as if we’ve had enough rejoicing once we’re into the New Year. But Epiphany is one of…

Columnists

The problem of ISIL

The problem of ISIL

How do you solve the problem of ISIL? This must surely be one of the most pressing questions facing us in 2015. The rapid expansion of the…

Book Reviews

A book that was certainly worth the wait!

A book that was certainly worth the wait!

A Kind of Sleepwalking Judy Hirst Darton, Longman and Todd, pb, £9.99 This little book took Judy Hirst six years to complete.   It was worth the…

Anglican Life

Reform calls for boycott of shared conversations

THE CONSERVATIVE evangelical group Reform this week called on its members to boycott the shared conversations on human sexuality, claiming that traditionalists have been sidelined. The group…

Parliamentary News

Political parties urged to include internet safety plans in manifestoes

Political parties urged to include internet safety plans in manifestoes

A CHRISTIAN charity is calling on the political parties to include plans to tackle internet abuse in the manifestoes ahead of the May General Election. The call…

Music, Movies & TV

CD Choice: The Hilliard Ensemble – Transeamus (ECM)

On paper, there might not be a huge market for music from the Middle Ages, especially when much of it is by anonymous composers and some of…

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Jesus said to her, I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this? - John 11:25-26 ESV

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