deanery


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deanery

1. the office or residence of dean
2. the group of parishes presided over by a rural dean
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There were also special thanksgivings by the various parishes and religious communities within the North deanery.
Like other parts of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Muskoka deanery is a mixture of financially and demographically healthy parishes and ones that are struggling.
The walk was the 22nd to be held by the deanery to raise money for the Leeds Diocesan mission near Lima, Peru.
In another innovative twist, not only do medical students get to shadow their postgraduate colleagues for two months, but the Wales Deanery and the universities have organised the Harmonisation Programme so that those students with a job offer in Wales get to spend their final placement - called their Senior Student Assistantship (SSA) - in the hospital where they will be working as junior doctors after graduation.
Bishop Paul opened the day's proceedings, offering prayers of dedication and a blessing at the start of day two of his prayer walks in the Stockton Deanery area.
Referring to the statement that roughly two years ago PS89,000 was spent on the deanery, it is true that the church instigated essential remedial work on the building and as this was carried out some remodelling of the interior was also undertaken to provide much improved and appropriate accommodation and working environment within the building.
For me this is why doing these Prayer Walks is such a joy and is so valuable in getting to know the people and the communities of the Diocese, I am very much looking forward to the new things we will see and the people we will meet on this Prayer Walk through Durham Deanery.
He asked each deanery to make a pilgrimage to a place associated with the faith and the Coventry Deanery suggested a mass with the Archbishop of Birmingham, Bernard Langley, in Coventry Cathedral.
The Old Deanery was one of 400 properties hit when torrential rain caused the River Elwy in St Asaph to burst its banks early on November 27 last year.
WALSALL (Catholic) Deanery hosted a workshop on evangelisation at St Mary's the Mount RC Church, Walsall.
It is jointly run by the Welsh Government, Welsh NHS Confederation and the Wales Deanery.
David Mahon, a surgeon working in Musgrove Park NHS hospital in Taunton, told BMJ Careers that the South West deanery was facing a 14 per cent reduction in the budget for trainees.