Ryan Finnegan
 Operations Manager - St Martin in the Bull Ring

St Martin in the Bull Ring Church is looking for an enthusiastic person to fulfil the role of Operations Manager. The church is a busy city centre location. The role is based at the church leading and managing operational staff and commercial activities consistently with and to enable delivery of the St Martin’s Church mission and vision.

The salary is £21,000 and requires 3 days work per week. A full JD, person specification plus supporting information can be found on their website by using the link below. For an informal discussion please contact Paul Capelin 0n 0121 600 6024 or email him using the link below.

  Website:  www.bullring.org
  Email:      Paul@bullring.org

Anna Laycock
 Christmas Alone Campaign

For the fifth year running, Premier Christian Radio are running their Christmas Alone campaign. The aim of the campaign is to list on an interactive map all the venues which are open on Christmas day that are running something beyond a Christmas morning service - a lunch, a gathering, entertainment - for those people who might be on their own.

If your church is going to be open on Christmas day, please click the link below and fill in the form so your church can be added to the interactive map.

  Website:  www.premier.org.uk/christmasalone

Anna Laycock
 Festival of Faith & Literature, Bloxham - 16 -18 February

Tickets are now on sale for The Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature which is taking place in Bloxham, Oxfordshire from the 16th - 18th February 2018.

The theme for the 2018 festival is 'Building a New Jerusalem' and confirmed speakers include Francis Spufford, Katharine Welby-Roberts, Rachel Mann and James Rundie.

For more information click the link below to view the Festival's website.

  Website:  bloxhamfaithandliterature.hymnsam.co.uk/

Anna Laycock

 LGBT+ Christian Fellowship at St George's Rugby

A new LGBT+ Christian Fellowship has started in Rugby based at St George's Church.

The group meet on the last Saturday of each month at 3.30pm in The Bungalow at St George's Church. This is a chance to worship together, have tea and cake, and socialise.

Everyone is welcome, whether you identify as LGBT+ or not.

For more information see the attached poster.

Anna Laycock
 News Story - Coventry Remembrance Sunday Service 2017

On the 12th November 2017, Bishop Christopher addressed the people of Coventry during the Remembrance Sunday Service at the city's War Memorial.

To read the Bishop's address, click the link below.

  Website:  Diocesan Website