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The Border Mail
‘Lost soul’ finds way homeBallarat for the rest of forever. He deserved to be with his family,” Mr Getsom
The Border Mail / Posted 24 minutes ago
Ballarat for the rest of forever. He deserved to be with his family,” Mr Getsom said. “...He had a funeral and wake at the Church of England in Skipton so this will be another farewell. I can’t explain it – I’m just making sure he gets to where he... Read more
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The Courier
‘Lost soul’ finds way homeBallarat for the rest of forever. He deserved to be with his family,” Mr Getsom
The Courier / Posted 31 minutes ago
Ballarat for the rest of forever. He deserved to be with his family,” Mr Getsom said. “...He had a funeral and wake at the Church of England in Skipton so this will be another farewell. I can’t explain it – I’m just making sure he gets to where he... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
New vision for Nelson church that dwindled awayon sale with what was described as a ‘useful undeveloped area on the east side’
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
on sale with what was described as a ‘useful undeveloped area on the east side’. The Rightmove listing adds: “A closed Church of England church is sold under a special legal provision known as a pastoral (church buildings) scheme, which allows... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Pupils across Surrey to walk home barefoot for amazing reasontheir footwear will be used by friends in Africa." Chevaun Greenhill, a mother
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 15 hours ago
their footwear will be used by friends in Africa." Chevaun Greenhill, a mother who helped organise the donations from Send Church of England Primary School, said: "When I heard about the charity and in particular the Toe to Toe initiative I thought... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Mourners asked to bring a single rose to funeral of Saffie Roussosthose wishing to bring flowers to bring a single rose, after their daughter’s m
Manchester Evening News / Posted 16 hours ago
those wishing to bring flowers to bring a single rose, after their daughter’s middle name. The funeral at the city’s Church of England cathedral is due to take place at 1.45pm and a speaker system will be set up so the service can be heard... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Isle of Wight primary school goes from special measures to good rating from Ofstedin June, described the academy as 'friendly happy and safe'. P&WDAT also took
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 18 hours ago
in June, described the academy as 'friendly happy and safe'. P&WDAT also took over the running of St Francis Catholic and Church of England Primary Academy in Ventnor on July 1. Mr Wood said: "After undoubted challenges in recent years this is a... Read more
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The Welwyn & Hatfield Times
Welwyn Hatfield Times Community Awards finalists announcedall sorts of hours. His neighbours are very grateful to him. •Selina Evans ha
The Welwyn & Hatfield Times / Posted 19 hours ago
all sorts of hours. His neighbours are very grateful to him. •Selina Evans has been a Reader [assistant minister] in the Church of England for many years now. For the last 2.5 years, she has worked in Digswell and WGC. Mother-of-five Selina... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Future champion? Karting kid, 8, follows in family footstepsthought we would just see how he would get on with karting and he loved it inst
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
thought we would just see how he would get on with karting and he loved it instantly." Aston, a pupils at Dr Radcliffe's Church of England School in Steeple Aston, started the sport just one year ago at age seven and has since taken to the track... Read more
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Canberra Times
Column 8travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Las
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Lastly, Andrew Thompson, of Dulwich Hill, says the renowned Dr Spooner was once a beadle in the Church of England. "He was often commended for minding his keys an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Column 8travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Las
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Lastly, Andrew Thompson, of Dulwich Hill, says the renowned Dr Spooner was once a beadle in the Church of England. "He was often commended for minding his keys an... Read more
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The Age
Column 8travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Las
The Age / Posted yesterday
travelling halfway around the world. In his answer, he replied, 'He did.'" Lastly, Andrew Thompson, of Dulwich Hill, says the renowned Dr Spooner was once a beadle in the Church of England. "He was often commended for minding his keys an... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Vicar flees with dogs and trombome after lightning strike blew a hole in roofluckily we did a good job, otherwise the house might not been standing there no
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
luckily we did a good job, otherwise the house might not been standing there now if it had taken longer to put out." The Church of England Diocese of Guildford, which owns the vicarage, has already sent someone to start making repairs. Rev... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Prime Minister: The Church should 'reflect' on allowing gay couples to marryThe Church of England should "reflect" on allowing same-sex couples to marry in
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The Church of England should "reflect" on allowing same-sex couples to marry in church, the Prime Minister has said. Theresa May also said her father, the Reverend Hubert Brasier, would have supported church blessings for gay couples. In an... Read more
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The Welwyn & Hatfield Times
Youngster scoops top prize for school near Potters Bar Timmy Konieczny, 7, from Northaw Church of England Primary School, collecting
The Welwyn & Hatfield Times / Posted yesterday
Timmy Konieczny, 7, from Northaw Church of England Primary School, collecting the cheque on the school's behalf. Picture credit: Richard Eaton. A seven-year-old’s drawing promoting healthy... Read more
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metro
Cathedral becomes first to offer same sex weddings in the UKbooking from a couple who are going to travel to Glasgow from England because t
metro / Posted yesterday
booking from a couple who are going to travel to Glasgow from England because they’re ‘unable to get married in their local Church of England parish’.‘St Mary’s is a church working to be open, inclusive and welcoming’ (Picture: Getty) The Provost... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Glasgow cathedral becomes first in UK to offer same-sex weddingsProvost added: “We already have one booking from a couple coming up from Englan
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
Provost added: “We already have one booking from a couple coming up from England who can’t get married in their local Church of England parish. We are glad to be able to welcome them and expect there will be many others who will follow... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Student returns as teachersaid. “Because of that we did build lifelong friendships with other students w
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
said. “Because of that we did build lifelong friendships with other students who were like family.” Mrs Lanphier said the Church of England Sisters served the school for 62 years with no payment and managed the school successfully considering it... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Vicar flees vicarage with dogs and trombone after lightning striketo cover it. "Otherwise, the house might not been standing there now if it had
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
to cover it. "Otherwise, the house might not been standing there now if it had taken longer to put out."Read More The Church of England Diocese of Guildford, which owns the vicarage, has already sent someone to start making repairs. Rev... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
St. John's Episcopal in Kingsville celebrates its 325th anniversaryIn 1692, with the formation of its first Vestry by the Maryland General Assembl
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
In 1692, with the formation of its first Vestry by the Maryland General Assembly, St. John's began as a parish of the Church of England. The parish probably had its beginnings as a "church of logs" built in a clearing at Elk Neck along the... Read more
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International Business Times
The Church of England will damn itself by obsessing over sexual morality and largely moral people of our generation who will have nothing to do with any
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
and largely moral people of our generation who will have nothing to do with any of the major churches, let alone the Church of England. He made the interesting point that, from their perspective, the only substance of the Christian faith is... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Calls for Church of England school in Burnley after future of Hameldon Community College thrown into doubtCALLS have been made to consider opening a Church of England school on the site
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
CALLS have been made to consider opening a Church of England school on the site of Hameldon Community College in Burnley after doubts were raised about its future. Lancashire County Council is proposing holding a consultation into the future of the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
ECHO Awards: Drowning children owe their lives to heroic Aimee Smith - that's why we honoured her last year!readers to make their nominations for this year’s awards. Guests at the 2016 c
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
readers to make their nominations for this year’s awards. Guests at the 2016 ceremony heard how the pupil at St Michael’s Church of England High School in Crosby came to the aid of two youngsters. The seven-year-olds – a boy and a girl – got into... Read more
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International Business Times
The Church tried to cure me of being gay - conversion therapy must be stopped Many will wonder why a motion for the Church of England to condemn conversion t
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
Many will wonder why a motion for the Church of England to condemn conversion therapy is needed in the twenty-first century. Surely this archaic practice must be a thing of the past? Aren't there more important things that should be being debated?... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Final route of Manchester section of HS2 announced - with plans to halve journey times to Londonroute was revealed in 2013. Rising through a tunnel, 250mph trains would have p
Manchester Evening News / Posted 3 days ago
route was revealed in 2013. Rising through a tunnel, 250mph trains would have ploughed through the grounds of Armitage Church of England Primary School and required the demolition of more than 40 homes on a close-knit estate. But in November... Read more
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KERA North Texas
A Year After Vote, Brexit Supporters In A British Town Wonder If It'll Ever Happenjobs like his own that he says native-born Britons don't want to do. He works a
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
jobs like his own that he says native-born Britons don't want to do. He works a night shift at the airport. Coming out of Church of England services at the town's St. John the Baptist Church, some parishioners — even those who support Brexit — say... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
A Year After Vote, Brexit Supporters In A British Town Wonder If It'll Ever Happenjobs like his own that he says native-born Britons don't want to do. He works a
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
jobs like his own that he says native-born Britons don't want to do. He works a night shift at the airport. Coming out of Church of England services at the town's St. John the Baptist Church, some parishioners — even those who support Brexit — say... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Snapshot of today locked in South Lakes time capsuleSNAPSHOT of our time has been frozen for a century. The Hydro Hotel, Windermer
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
SNAPSHOT of our time has been frozen for a century. The Hydro Hotel, Windermere, and youngsters from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School have buried a time capsule. The event took place to mark the reopening of the hotel, 136... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Snapshot of today locked in Lakes time capsuleSNAPSHOT of our time has been frozen for a century. The Hydro Hotel, Windermer
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
SNAPSHOT of our time has been frozen for a century. The Hydro Hotel, Windermere, and youngsters from St Martin and St Mary Church of England Primary School have buried a time capsule. The event has taken place to mark the reopening of the hotel,... Read more
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International Business Times
How the Church of England made a historic move to accept transgender Christians The General Synod, Church of England's governing body, made a historic move to
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
The General Synod, Church of England's governing body, made a historic move to welcome transgender people last week. Not only will the Church now welcome trans Christians, it will affirm them too. This sends out a clear and unprecedented message of... Read more
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chroniclelive
How Holy Islanders live without supermarkets, police and takeawayshighly popular with tourists and has great panoramic sea views.How do the schoo
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
highly popular with tourists and has great panoramic sea views.How do the schools compare? There is only the Holy Island Church of England School, which is rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. It has links with Lowick Church Of England First School in... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Village marks its Methodist church anniversary with celebratory serviceWedmore and it was eventually decided to raise money to build a new chapel in S
Weston Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
Wedmore and it was eventually decided to raise money to build a new chapel in Sand Road. “The old chapel was sold to the Church of England and became the free school. This was knocked down in the 1870s and the building is now the village... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
School librarian dramatically increases number of books being borrowedyears ago after the implementation of a revolutionary new scheme. 'Those who r
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
years ago after the implementation of a revolutionary new scheme. 'Those who read succeed' is the motto of St Wilfrid’s Church of England Academy library, where, in the last three years, the number of people checking out books has increased... Read more
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express
Schools are brainwashing pupils to believe Tories are 'evil' claims teacherto have a left wing” ideology by lefty teachers. Mr Robinson is head of comput
express / Posted 5 days ago
to have a left wing” ideology by lefty teachers. Mr Robinson is head of computer Sciences at St Mary’s and St John’s Church of England School in Hendon, north west London – he rose to prominence after taking part in a video to promote the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Why foodies will love the Isle of SkyeNorman military architecture. For nearly five hundred years, Canterbury has be
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Norman military architecture. For nearly five hundred years, Canterbury has been home to the spiritual head of the Church of England Stretching a mind-boggling 118km, Hadrian's Walls was commissioned by the Emperor Hadrian in around AD 122... Read more
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express
Teacher poster boy chosen by Dept of Education says children are taught 'Tories are evil’are “subjected to left-wing brainwashing” at school. The teacher, the head of
express / Posted 6 days ago
are “subjected to left-wing brainwashing” at school. The teacher, the head of computer science at St Mary’s and St John’s Church of England School in Hendon, north west London, said pupils were being “indoctrinated to a left wing... Read more
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The Christian Post
The Church of England Goes LGBT The General Synod of the Church of England has officially passed a motion wel
The Christian Post / Posted 6 days ago
The General Synod of the Church of England has officially passed a motion welcoming and affirming transgender people to the church. A top bishop also declared that being LGBT is "not a sin." "That this Synod,... Read more
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This is West Country
From the law to the Lord - Exmoor Christian ordainedA FORMER solicitor and sheep farmer was ordained into the Church of England ear
This is West Country / Posted 7 days ago
A FORMER solicitor and sheep farmer was ordained into the Church of England earlier this month. The Rev Nicola Butt, who is based in the benefice of Exmoor, will continue to train for the priesthood as a curate following the service at Wells... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Bishop of Liverpool announced as patron of city's Pride festivalof Liverpool, is the newest patron of Liverpool Pride “Now, we all know that t
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
of Liverpool, is the newest patron of Liverpool Pride “Now, we all know that the Christian church in general and the Church of England as part of that, can get itself into a twist over inclusion and equality issues.Read More “I myself have... Read more
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express
‘People can’t alter their desire’ Church bosses call for ban on gay conversion therapy CHURCH of England bishops have called for a ban on gay conversion therapy con
express / Posted 7 days ago
CHURCH of England bishops have called for a ban on gay conversion therapy condemning the “unethical” practice as critics accuse the church of being a secular... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Head teacher seeks legacy in new roleto build on the strong foundations of Blue Coat School. He has been appointed
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
to build on the strong foundations of Blue Coat School. He has been appointed as the next head teacher of the successful Church of England secondary, taking over from Julie Hollis in September. Mr Higgins (38) is currently deputy head in charge... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Primary school outstanding again as 'inspirational' headteacher praisedinspection. Church, St Nicholas' CE Primary School was visited last month by i
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
inspection. Church, St Nicholas' CE Primary School was visited last month by inspectors carrying out a SIAMS report for Church of England schools. The 'inspirational leadership' of headteacher Vicky Axon was one of a number of factors praised... Read more
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Daily Mail
Meghan Markle's uncle is a bishop with his own church like the QueenMeghan Markle's uncle is a bishop leading his OWN church - just like Prince's g
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Meghan Markle's uncle is a bishop leading his OWN church - just like Prince's grandmother the Queen who is head of the Church of England (but she's got better buildings) Meghan Markle's uncle, Frederick Markle, 75, is the leader of the Eastern... Read more
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dna
origin boy with dairy allergy dies in UK after schoolmate forces cheese into his mouthlife but he died on Sunday. His parents, who were by his bedside, are now dema
dna / Posted 8 days ago
life but he died on Sunday. His parents, who were by his bedside, are now demanding answers from the William Perkin High Church of England High School in Greenford and questioning exactly what caused their son's sudden death. "I want answers, I... Read more
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Pendle Today
Colne pupils take part in huge worship event at Ewood Parkworship event at Ewood Park for St James’ Lower Darwen’s South African Cross Cu
Pendle Today / Posted 8 days ago
worship event at Ewood Park for St James’ Lower Darwen’s South African Cross Culture Event. Pupils from Christ Church Church of England Primary School in Colne joined thousands of other children from across Lancashire to be linked via a live... Read more
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Pendle Today
Beauty and the Beast: Perfect Padiham performers bring the house downwowed with their impressive hour-long production performance based on Walt Disn
Pendle Today / Posted 8 days ago
wowed with their impressive hour-long production performance based on Walt Disney's version, the St Leonards Church of England Primary School students certainly put on the complete show. Produced by Mr Luke Smith, leader of Year 6,... Read more
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The Christian Post
Should Churches Celebrate Sex-Change Surgery?and hosts the nationally syndicated, daily talk radio show, the Line of Fire.
The Christian Post / Posted 8 days ago
and hosts the nationally syndicated, daily talk radio show, the Line of Fire. I am not the least bit surprised that the Church Of England is "Considering Special Services To Celebrate Gender Reassignment." I'm saddened and disappointed, but... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Ewood Park soccer stadium is home to major Christian event featuring Bishop of Burnleyfor a major worship event across two continents. The primary pupils were at th
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
for a major worship event across two continents. The primary pupils were at the home of Blackburn Rovers for a major Church of England event and were joined by two-way video link to a similar number of their counterparts in South Africa. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
God or godless? It probably depends on your age and where you livein Queensland are Anglicans. The Anglican Mitchell River Mission was establish
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
in Queensland are Anglicans. The Anglican Mitchell River Mission was established there in 1905 and was run by the Church of England until 1967. Similarly, 91 per cent of the 1,500 people who live in Wurrumiyanga in the Tiwi Islands are... Read more
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The Christian Post
5 Christian Reactions to Church of England's Controversial Transgender Affirming Vote 1 / 6 (Photo: REUTERS/Hannah McKay)A priest wears a rainbow ribbon during a v
The Christian Post / Posted 9 days ago
1 / 6 (Photo: REUTERS/Hannah McKay)A priest wears a rainbow ribbon during a vigil against Anglican Homophobia, outside the General Synod of the Church of England... Read more
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KERA North Texas
This apocalyptic Korean Christian group goes by different names. Critics say it's just a cult.Korean religious leaders who have spoken out about the group’s use of deception
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 days ago
Korean religious leaders who have spoken out about the group’s use of deception. In December last year, leaders from the Church of England sent out warnings to parishes in London, telling them to beware of a non-profit group called Parachristo.... Read more
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