Sermon to the London Jellicoe Community
11 October 2011
Bishop Stephen gave a sermon to the London Jellicoe Community, part of the Contextual Theology Centre on 11 October 2011.
The CTC’s interns for the year 2011-2012 were blessed by the Bishop as they prepare to fulfil placements in community organising in local parishes and communities.
To find out more about the internship programme, visit www.jellicoe.org
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