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CRC Appointment
The Bishop of Leicester, as Chair of the Central Readers’ Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Ruth Haldane as Reader Training Project Manager.
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Making Friends with St Paul
The United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester SO23 8RZ
Saturday 10th November 2018
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Living Well in the End Times
Licensed Lay Ministers learn about Living Well in the End Times
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CRC Appointment

2018-07-03

The Bishop of Leicester, as Chair of the Central Readers’ Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Ruth Haldane as Reader Training Project Manager.

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The Bishop of Bristol and Gloucester admitted the first modern Reader on 10 May 1866.

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