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John WesleyWe give thanks for the gift of the Holy Spirit and the fruits of the Spirit in the lives of John, died 1791 and Charles, died 1788 Wesley, founders of Methodism, preachers and hymn writers: We give thanks for the Methodist tradition and all that it has meant and shared with the Christian Churches for over two hundred years.

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Ratlinhope churchDISCOVER SHROPSHIRE CHURCHES. New brocvhure now available. This is Ratlinghope church. Small, attractive church in a peaceful valley, nestling between the Long Mynd and Ratlinghope Hill. Established in 1209 as a priory church linked to the Augustinian abbey at Wigmore. Restoration works in 1905, when Arts and Crafts windows by James Powell & Sons were installed. In the churchyard, you will find the grave of the last known Sin-Eater in the region

Bishop Herbert CroftThis week we mark the death of Bishop Herbert Croft in 1691 and because we have a tradition of a portrait of all our Bishops we have a picture of Bishop Herbert, one of the ones that hangs in the Great Hall. This particular man was also Dean of Hereford Cathedral before becoming Bishop, so devoted most of his lfe to this Diocese. He was known as a man with a generous heart for friendship. So our 'latest picture' is of a man who died 324 years ago! Long may the protrait tradition continue.

Laura Johnson, Young Vocations Champion, & Rev Neil Patterson look at the applications from young people keen to explore a possible vocation to Christian ministry. For the first time ever Hereford Diocese is offering 4 year long internships, based in Hereford, but in local parishes. 4 have been selected and a waiting list has been set up. www.discoverherefordministry.org.uk

DISCOVER is part of the Church of England Ministry Experience Scheme [CEMES]


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