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Pilgrimage to the Holy Land 2019 - Booking Form

Posted on the 24th July 2018 in the category Events

Richborough Family Festival at S Albans 2019

Posted on the 24th July 2018 in the category Events



The annual Richborough Family Festival at S Albans Cathedral will take place at 12 noon on Saturday 10th August 2019.

Following the Mass in the Cathedral, Bishop Norman opens his garden at Parkside House where drinks will be served. Please bring your own picnic. (There is limited seating, plenty of shaded areas, but no wet weather provision).

Everyone is welcome to attend Choral Evensong in the Cathedral at 4.00pm.

If bringing a group of people, please inform the Richborough Office of numbers. (secretary@richborough.org.uk)



Vacant Parishes

Posted on the 14th July 2018 in the category Vacancies


Vacant Parishes in the Richborough Area.

 

See Diocesan Website for further details.

S Luke, Prittlewell. Chelmsford Diocese. Full time

Ss Peter & Paul, King's Sutton. Peterborough Diocese. Full time

S Andrew Deal. Canterbury Diocese. Half time

S Peter Folkestone. Canterbury Diocese. Full time

Holy Trinity Ramsgate. Canterbury Diocese. Full time

 

Kings Sutton

The SMF and Mr John Townsend are joint patrons of this rural two-parish benefice in south-west Northamptonshire. The nearest town, Banbury, is five miles way, and direct trains to Birmingham, Oxford and London leave from Kings Sutton station.

 

King's Sutton has a population of around 3,000. The church of St Peter and St Paul was completed in the 14th century and has one of the finest spires in the country. Worship is in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, supported by a choir. Episcopal ministry in the parish is received from the Bishop of Richborough.

 

St James's Church Newbottle also serves the neighbouring village of Charlton, with a population of about 500. Sunday services alternate between Matins and Sung Eucharit, and the parish has a thriving church school.

 

The benefice profile can be downloaded via the link below. A welcome letter to clergy from the Bishop of Peterborough can be found here.

 

The post will be advertised formally in January, and interviews are expected to take place in the third week of February.


Please contact the General Secretary to express an interest.

 

 

S Peter Folkestone 

Mission Priest (Priest-in-Charge)

(under the episcopal care of the Bishop of Richborough)


The Bishop of Dover and the Patron wish to appoint a mission-minded priest in the Catholic tradition to be Mission Priest (Priest-in-Charge) for S. Peter’s. This is an innovative role, jointly funded by the Diocese and the Forward in Folkestone Foundation, for a full-time priest to lead the parish as it continues to grow in numbers and confidence after a time of rebuilding, both physically and spiritually.

Our new priest will be a man who

  • wants to care for all in our parish and those who visit;

  • will engage with the entire community to witness to the faith;

  • has the Christian courage, confidence and charisma to lead, renew and inspire;

  • understands liturgy and Catholic tradition and how it can speak to all people today;

  • is a priest of the Society, or in sympathy with its aims.

    What we can offer:

  • a church filled with real presence, where the Holy Spirit is at work, ripe for teaching and

    growth;

  • a strong team of laity and retired clergy who await your leadership but will care for you, too;

  • a challenge! Our parish is one with much potential but also has much hidden deprivation

    and complex needs;

  • A famous Anglo-Catholic mission church, newly restored, which serves as a beacon of faith

    across Folkestone and southeast Kent.

    The parish has passed the Resolution under the House of Bishops’ Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests.

    Closing date: 03/03/2019 Interviews: 18/03/2019

    Any queries to the Archdeacon of Ashford’s PA, Louise Mills: louise.mills@archdeacashford.org

    Full details and profile: pathways.churchofengland.org, canterburydiocese.org/vacancies, via the Richborough website or stpetersfolk.church


S Andrew Deal

The Bishop of Dover wishes to appoint an experienced Parish Priest for this church, which has a long history in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, to continue its growth and mission and to be a beacon of Catholic teaching and practice as well as a resource for the wider deanery and diocese.

 

We are looking for a priest who is:

  • a leader who will inspire and facilitate others to use their gifts and skills to enable the church to continue to grow;
  • a visible presence and able to reach out to the wider town community and young families;
  • a member of The Society or is sympathetic to its aims;
  • above all, a holy priest who loves Jesus and will love us, too.

 

We offer:

  • a supportive congregation that is willing to play its part in mission;
  • a beautiful and bustling town with many opportunities;
  • above all, people who love Jesus and will love you, too.

 

The parish has passed the Resolution under the House of Bishops’ Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests.

 

Closing date: 03/03/2019

Interviews: 21/03/2019

 

Any queries to the Archdeacon of Ashford’s PA, Louise Mills: louise.mills@archdeacashford.org

 

Full details and profile: https://pathways.churchofengland.org or www.canterburydiocese.org/vacancies


 

In Vacancy

Heveningham and Cookley. St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese

Covehithe. St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese

S Hugh, Eyres Monsell, Leicester Diocese

Temple Ewell & Lydden. House for Duty and .2 stipend. Canterbury Diocese

S James Huncote. Diocese of Leicester.

S John Timberhill. Norwich Diocese.

S Nicholas Skirbeck Lincoln Diocese. Full time

S Augustine and S Andrew Grimsby Lincoln Diocese. Full time

S Michael and All Angels Walthamstow. Chelmsford Diocese. 

Holy Trinity Millbrook. Winchester Diocese. House for Duty.



2019 Chrism Mass

Posted on the 1st July 2018 in the category Events



Bishop Norman will Preside and Preach at the following Chrism Masses in 2019

Wednesday 10th April at S Hugh, Eyres Monsell, Leicester LE2 9BU at 19.30 hrs

Saturday 13th April at Portsmouth Cathedral, GU2 7UP at 11.00am

Monday 15th April at Chelmsford Cathedral, CM1 1TY at 12 noon

Tuesday 16th April at Canterbury Cathedral, CT1 2EH at 12 noon

Wednesday 17th April in the Shrine Church at Walsingham, NR22 6BP at 12 noon. Please contact The Shrine Hospitality office (01328 820 239) to book lunch in the Refectory.

There are two options: A cooked lunch plus a glass of wine for £12.00, and also in the Refectory - a Soup and Sandwich lunch for £5.00. Please contact Hospitality to book. Thank you.



 

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