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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 16:00

What's next for students?

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A Level results are out! We are thinking of those across the country who have now received their results. For many, these results will determine 'what's next'. Let's be praying for students who are coming to study here in Chichester this year, and for those returning in the coming weeks.

If you are coming to Chichester university this term, we'd love to hear from you. Keep an eye on our student Facebook page to stay up-to-date with freshers and autumn term events: www.facebook.com/revelationfamilystudents/

Monday, 10 July 2017 08:38

DWELL, the new album from Prayerscapes

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Dwell - Neil & Julie's new album!

 

 

If you were at church on Sunday 2nd July you'll know that we were interviewed about our prayer resource - Prayerscapes. We’re super-excited to announce the release of our new album “Dwell”, now available via iTunes, Amazon and on our site at prayerscapes.com.

Some of the material on “Dwell” is taken from the videos that you may already have seen in some of our church meetings. The album weaves inspirational poetry, foundational scripture and song ministry together with filmatic soundtracks.

Dwell - the new album from Prayerscapes

"If you are looking for a recording all about Biblical meditation and reflection you won't find anything better than the prayerscapes albums. We've used them for years at our creative prayer workshops. What makes Dwell even more a winner for us is that a lot of our talented friends are involved on it. Yet again Neil & Julie prove that they have a God given talent by producing this unique new album."

Ishmael & Irene Smale

(Ishmael - singer/songwriter - writer of "Father God, I wonder" and numerous children's albums.)

Much of the material on the new album has been born out of some of our life experiences over the last few years. "May the Road Rise Up to Meet You" came out of praying for Julie, soon after our second child was born. I stumbled over this ancient Celtic blessing and found myself praying/singing it for her. It became a gentle reminder that whatever stresses we face (and these were plentiful with a small baby & a six year old child!) God holds us in the palm of His hand, and His faithfulness and love will never let us go:-

May the Road Rise Up to Meet You

Other tracks have emerged from flashes of inspiration and creativity. The words to the track "Prayer Connects" came to Julie as one continuous stream of ideas - she scribbled the words down with the aid of a torch during the middle of the night! The poem is read by the wonderful Ant Stewart and is about God's amazing gift of prayer, charting the many different ways in which we encounter this gift in our lives:-

Prayer Connects

There are also tracks on the album which take the form of ministry songs, such as "Take my Hand". This song seeks to carry the love, grace, healing and hope that we have in Christ for those who are suffering. We played this track a couple of weeks ago in our morning meeting together:-

Take My Hand

Dwelling is about finding a home, about connection with our Eternal Creator, pushing our roots deep into God’s Kingdom. To find “home“ we need to settle, unpack, relax and feel welcome. ”Dwell” is an open door leading us to moments that crystallize our beliefs, shelter our troubled hearts and inspire us to connect, to rest and to seek after the love of Christ.

It's possible to explore the album further by visiting this page and clicking on the samples from the tracks on "Dwell". Clicking on the track titles will take you to the lyrics, scriptures and poems that are on the album. Here you can also buy the album, either as mp3s or as a good old physical CD!

With love,

Neil & Julie

 

 

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 10:39

City Angels FIVE Year Report

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City Angels is FIVE years old!

 

We're thrilled at the success and transformation we have seen through this project and are excited about the future developments and ongoing partnerships across the city.

 

 

Please click here to see our Five Year City Angels Report.

Thursday, 01 June 2017 08:55

Lifecentre Newsletter

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017 08:42

Job Opportunity at Foodbank, Chichester

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Deputy Project Manager (Part time / Permanent Contract)

Chichester District Foodbank is a vibrant and ever-evolving community project which provides emergency food to over 2000 local people every year. We are looking to employ a Deputy Project Manager for 16 hours per week at £20,000 (£8000 pro rata). Occasional evening and weekend work.

The role of the Deputy Project Manager is to co-ordinate the “Kids Holiday Lunch Pack Scheme” and support the work of the Project Manager in leading the charity.   This includes  overseeing the day to day delivery of the project,  maintain positive relationships with supporters, partner agencies and agencies, be confident in delivering written and oral presentations to all age groups, including preaching in local churches and be able to prioritise and adapt in often changing circumstances.  As a Trust with a Christian foundation, the appointee will be required to work in a way that is actively sympathetic, respectful of and supportive towards the Christian values and work of the Charity.

If you would like to chat about the role or apply, please get in touch for a full job description and an application form.

Tel: 01243 773687

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Deadline for applying is: 5th May 2017. 

Sunday, 02 April 2017 19:00

Our Next Family Event Coming Soon!

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Tuesday, 21 March 2017 11:44

Part-Time Job Opportunity

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Chichester Anna Chaplain to Older People

 

CHICHESTER

 

Part-time, 14 hours a week £7,200 - £9,200 pa dependent on experience

 

The Anna Chaplaincy is a post promoting the spiritual wellbeing of older people. It is a pioneering role offering spiritual support to older people living in care homes, sheltered housing and within the community. It includes supporting relatives, friends, and care staff. The Anna Chaplain will recruit, support and sustain volunteers in this work.

 

The Anna Chaplain also has a wider role within the community as an advocate and champion of the contribution older people make to society. This is an opportunity to draw alongside people of all faiths and none, as well as encourage the wider church to celebrate and cherish older members of their congregations.

 

The applicant would be part of a growing ecumenical network of such chaplains, developing links with our national partners, the Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF), through the Gift of Years – “resourcing the spiritual journey of older people.”

 

It is an occupational requirement for the person appointed to be a professing and practising Christian (Equality Act 2010).

 

The role is a part-time one of 14 hours a week, times to be agreed though some flexibility will be required, increasing to 21 hours following a review of the service. Enhanced DBS and references will be required.

 

Chichester Anna Chaplaincy is registered 1172058 with the Charity Commission.

 

For more details and how to apply, please visit Chichester Cathedral’s website at: www.chichestercathedral.org.uk (go to the About Us tab then to Job Vacancies).

 

The closing date for applications is Monday 15th May by 17.00hrs.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 6th June 2017.

 

It is highly desirable that the appointee be available to attend the formal launch of the Chaplaincy in Chichester on 7th July 

Thursday, 12 January 2017 16:47

New Testament in Sixty Days

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Please click on the link below to download the NT60 Reading Guide

Monday, 12 December 2016 11:01

December magazine

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Thursday, 08 December 2016 13:06

Coming up this Christmas...

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