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Readers are lay people, called by God, trained and licensed by the Church to preach, teach, lead worship and assist in pastoral, evangelistic and liturgical work.
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Congratulations to our new Lincoln Reader colleagues
Licensed by Bishop Christopher, in Lincoln Cathedral on the 27th October 2018
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The arrival of Doctor Who in the trade mark ‘Reader blue’ telephone box was not a complete surprise!
Reader ministry is evolving? Where’s it going, but more importantly, where is it now? The results of the Bath and Wells annual survey of Reader ministry for 2017 makes some very interesting reading.
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Central Readers' Council AGM
London
Saturday 13 April 2019

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The Reader - Autumn 2018 (26/11/18)

Reader Prayer (26/11/18)

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

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