The priest who is in charge of church life in a particular benefice. Depending on the parish his/her title may be Vicar, Rector or Priest-in-Charge
(In a service) a time of prayer asking for God's assistance.
A list of all objects owned by the cathedral chapter that is thought to be of architectural, archaeological, artistic or historic interest.
One of the key elements of the teachings of Jesus in the New Testament.
All people in the church, often used for those who are not ordained.
A season (from Ash Wednesday until Easter Eve) of self-examination, penitence, self-denial, study, and preparation for Easter. Its duration (forty days plus Sundays) recalls the temptation of Christ in the wilderness.
The public worship of the Church.
A person with responsibility for the work of the church in worship, mission and pastoral care.
A general term for the work of the church in worship, mission and pastoral care.
An honorific title given to large or important churches in the country. Examples include York Minster, Westminster and Southwell Minster.