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Posted by Ros Clarke, 25 Sep 2017

This episode includes encouraging reports from the recent ReNew conference and an excerpt from Lee Gatiss's talk at JAEC 2017.

This week’s episode of the podcast comes from this year’s wonderfully encouraging ReNew conference. Ros talks to a number of delegates about their experience of the conference and they share some of the many highlights. The episode also includes an excerpt from Lee Gatiss’s recent talk from JAEC 2017 on the subject of avoiding false teachers and charlatans in the church.

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Posted by Ros Clarke, 23 Sep 2017

Andy Byfield celebrates the end of a church building project at Moulton Parish Church with a sermon from Nehemiah 12.

The true church is marked by praise and thanksgiving in music and song. Singing connects us with previous generations of the church, as we celebrate what God has done for us. Singing connects us with our own scattered church, as we gather together for worship and celebration. Singing is a way to jog our memories about specific things God has done. Singing is a word ministry, a way to teach and admonish each other as we sing the gospel to one another.

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Posted by Lee Gatiss, 22 Sep 2017

Wanted: Finance Assistant for Church Society. Could you be the person we're looking for to fill this part-time post helping us manage our finances?

Church Society is seeking to recruit a new staff member, as Jemima our current Finance Assistant is moving on.

We need someone to help us manage our finances, including maintaining the cash book spreadsheets, processing invoices, payroll, and gift aid, as well as monitoring our various trusts and accounts.

This is a part-time position, paid between £8-10,000 per annum depending on experience. Training can be given as necessary.

For more information, please contact us at the address below or via email on admin (at) churchsociety.org.

Click here for fuller job description. Feel free to share this with any suitable contacts!

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