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New Dates for Safeguarding Training

New Dates for Safeguarding Training

New dates for Safeguarding traing for the remainder of 2017 have been announced. The first of these is C1 level and is arranged for Friday 15 September commencing at 10.00am and finishing at 1.00pm at 'Mallmore', The Promenade, Port St Mary. The dates for the other scheduled events are: C1… Read more


CPAS Courses Offered

CPAS Courses Offered

New Chapters (for clergy starting a new post) When: 6-9 November 2017 Where: Elim Conference Centre, Malvern Who: Clergy moving to a new incumbency or area of ministry. Suitable for anyone who is already appointed to a post but hasn't yet moved, and anyone within the first 9 months of… Read more


Tynwald and the Bishop of Sodor and Man

Tynwald and the Bishop of Sodor and Man

Law & Religion UK is a website/blog that provides reularly updated information on matters pertaining to the law and ecclesiastical matters. In a recent post the role of the Bishop in Tynwald was explored. The full article can be found HERE… Read more


The Next Bishop of Sodor and Man Consecrated in York Minster

The Next Bishop of Sodor and Man Consecrated in York Minster

On the morning of Thursday 22nd June, Peter Andrew Eagles, formerly Deputy Chaplain General HM Land Forces and Archdeacon for the Army, was consecrated to serve as the Bishop of Sodor and Man by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu. The Archbishop opened the service… Read more


Manx Museum Library and Archives: Revised Opening Times

Manx Museum Library and Archives: Revised Opening Times

From 1 August 2017 the Library and Archives Reading Room at the Manx Museum will be open between Wednesday and Saturday, 10am to 5pm.  The hours differ from those of the Manx Museum and so researchers and enquirers are advised and encouraged to plan their research visits accordingly.… Read more


Sharp increase in numbers training to be priests

Sharp increase in numbers training to be priests

A 14% increase in numbers training for the priesthood has been welcomed by the Church of England. An anticipated total of 543 men and women will begin studies this Autumn at colleges across England. Welcoming the increase the Bishop of Guildford, Andrew Watson, said: "I am delighted at… Read more