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The contingent was then led to the Teachers Colony, where the Teachers Colony Renovation Project was inaugurated by Bishop Humphrey Sarfaraz Peters and Revd. Richard Anguyo.
to house Thi"We hope the interactive displays, fascinating artefacts and amazing spaces will draw visitors Very Revd Andrew Tremlett
Two stories of two good shepherds, said Revd Hardman, seemed "appropriate" for Easter with "themes of love, death and new life".
The Revd Simon's quirky Christmas message, to be published in the Birmingham Mail's sister Solihull News title, is packed with popular punch.
Revd Franck found an image of Flat Jesus online and printed a few copies for children to colour in, stick on card and cut out.
The following day, the security forces went to Revd. Michael's home where they took some of his clothes and personal belongings and informed his wife that he was being held in relation to an ongoing investigation.
Revd Michael Lewis expressed deep thanks to HM the King for keen interest and care.
This REVD project has been put together to develop a new way for flexo to compete in the market.
The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres commented that 'the response to this competition has been extraordinary.
Special thanks to Revd. Bob Griffiths for all his support and to Chris Lord-Brown and all staff at Tom Owen and Son for their care and professionalism.
MATCH FIT: God Squad line-up, left to right: Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Revd Jonathan Gledhill, the Bishop of Shrewsbury, the Rt Revd Alan Smith, Bishop of Stafford, the Rt Revd Gordon Mursell and the Rt Revd Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton.
The Rt Revd Robert Laddsmade a public apology for the crimes committed by Trevor Ward during a special service at his former church in Easterside, Middlesbrough.
(One small criticism: clergymen in the Church of England are properly referred to as the Revd Joseph Mark Hall, not Revd Joseph Mark Hall.) (A.C.)
The Rt Revd Jonathan Gledhill, 56, told him "thou shalt not steal" and gave him the choice of calling his parents or the police.