CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAUNCHES SCHEME FOR WOULD-BE VICARS

The ministry division of the Church of England is offering young people a taste of life in the clergy by launching the Church of England Ministry Experience Scheme (CEMES). After being run as a pilot programme in four dioceses, CEMES is launching in 2014 with up to 20 dioceses. 

Rt Revd Steven Croft, Bishop of Sheffield and chair of the ministry division said: ‘The Church of England has a fresh vision and commitment to see people...

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