The College of the Resurrection is Recruiting!


Dean of Pastoral Studies We are looking to appoint the right person to join our staff team Location: Mirfield Hours: Full Time Contract Type: Permanent The person appointed will: Have successfully completed doctoral studies Be a priest of the Church of England Have experience of teaching to M-Level Understand and value the specific ethos of […]


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News from the College


Holy Week 2018 Watch this space for more details about Holy Week 2018.  The Holy Week lectures will be given by the Revd Canon Professor John Rodwell on the theme of ‘the Tissue of his Kingdom’.  John Rodwell has worked as an Anglican priest and scientist for over 40 years, was Professor of Ecology at […]


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Inaugural St Hild Lecture


St Hild College welcomed Professor Richard Bauckham to Mirfield for the Inaugural St Hild Lecture on 13th January. Around 90 St Hild students and staff were joined by 40 guests for Professor Bauckham’s lecture, What Makes John’s Gospel Unique. Richard spoke of John as ‘the gospel of love’, making explicit what is only implicit in […]


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Pre-Profession pondering…


‘Who has known the mind of the Lord…?’ is one of the apostle Paul’s searching questions addressed to the church in Rome. It is an entirely mysterious postulation, not least to one contemplating the next three years of his life as a member of CR! Lord, what is going on?  Religious life is still a […]


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Auction Update!


Since the last newsletter there has been a large number of significant donations to the auction. Here is a small selection that will give a flavour of the many good things that will be on sale on June 23rd 2018: Georgian waistcoat – this beautiful family heirloom was worn by a 14 year old who […]


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New High Altar


Good progress is being made on the new High Altar – the major outstanding piece of work to the Community Church. Thanks to generous support from our friends, we have been able to buy the stone (Mandale fossil limestone, quarried in the Peak District), and James Elliott, the chosen craftsman, is poised to begin work. […]


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