Bishop of Beverley's Office Moving

Posted on the 2nd Jul 2013 in the Category - News



After a long and frustrating period of waiting we’re delighted to announce that from Wednesday 10th July, Bishop Glyn Webster's office will be based at:

 

Holy Trinity Rectory

Micklegate

York

YO1 6LE

 

Telephone: 01904 628155

Email: office@seeofbeverley.org

Website: seeofbeverley.org.uk



The Bishop of Beverley joins the National Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Posted on the 5th Jun 2013 in the Category - News



On Monday 27 May, Bishop Glyn together with clergy and laypeople from all over the See of Beverley, and many others, took part in the National Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.  Together they shared lively worship and joyful fellowship.  Bishop Glyn was encouraged by the age profile of the pilgrims (both clergy and laypeople) and was inspired by the sermon given by Archbishop John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York. 

 

Since then we have learned that the Archbishop has undergone surgery for prostate cancer.  We assure him and his family of our prayers. 

 

Photos of the Pilgrimage can be seen here and here.

 

 

We thank Graham Howard, the Honorary Shrine Photographer for use of the image above.



Important Information

Posted on the 26th May 2013 in the Category - News



Due to holiday leave, the Bishop of Beverley’s Office will be unattended until 4 June 2013.  If you need to contact Bishop Glyn urgently please phone Fr John Livesley on 01388 814817.

 

Shortly, we hope to announce the new contact details following the relocation of the Bishop of Beverley’s Office.  However, Bishop Glyn apologies that he still has not got a landline or internet access at home.  He is as frustrated as everyone else!!!



Commissioning of Dr Colin Podmore as the Director of Forward in Faith

Posted on the 16th Apr 2013 in the Category - News



Yesterday, Bishop Glyn was delighted to take part, together with crowds of other bishops, priests and lay people in celebration of Mass together with the Commissioning of Dr Colin Podmore as the new Director of Forward in Faith. The church of S Alban the Martyr, Holborn was full to bursting with members of Forward in Faith as well as many of Dr Podmore's friends and former colleagues from his 25 year of service to the Church of England though his work at Church House, Westminster, his latest post being Clerk to the General Synod.  On his leaving Dr Rowan Williams, who was Archbishop of Canterbury at the time, commented: "Church House really will not be the same without you, and as you take up your new responsibilities [...] you can be assured that you will go with great affection and gratitude not only from your colleagues in the National Church Institutions but from the House of Bishops, the Synod and the Church of England as a whole."

 

The Chairman of Forward in Faith, The Right Revd Jonathan Baker, preached an excellent sermon setting the pursuit of unity at the heart of the work of Forward in Faith:  "..., under our new Director, [we] will continue to speak the truth in love about those issues which exercise us, because of their impact, as we see it, on the unity and apostolicity of the Church: we ask to be heard with an equal love; we further ask that, difficult as our message is for some  - including some whose presence we are so delighted by here this evening - we are judged by the best motives and intentions which can be construed from our understanding of the common faith which unites us all in Christ and which we are all called together to proclaim."  Bishop Jonathan, who has recently been appointed Bishop of Fulham, concluded with an appeal to officers and members of Forward in Faith, which he said was now beginning a new phase in its young life: "Let us never give anyone the excuse to suggest that we are simply another churchy pressure group. If that is how we present ourselves, then the world will take no notice of us and our brothers and sisters in Christ will not listen. At every turn, we must abide in love."

 

After the joy filled celebration Bishop Glyn said, "It's been a particular pleasure for me to have worked closely with Colin for a number of years now.  It is true to say that he has served the Church of England with great distinction.  I look forward to the continuing pleasure and privilege of working closely with dear Colin.  Along with everyone else I am sure that he will serve us with the same distinction he has served hitherto.  I look forward to many more years of being supported and helped by Colin."

 

The Bishop of Fulham's sermon can be found here.

 

A further report of the celebration can be found here.

 

Some photos of the Mass can be found here.



Bishop Glyn Completes his First Round of Chrism Masses

Posted on the 27th Mar 2013 in the Category - News



 

Today, Bishop Glyn Webster concluded a series of three Chrism Masses which were celebrated across the See of Beverley, in Hartlepool, Manchester and Goldthorpe.  At each a good number of priests and laypeople gathered for the annual blessing and consecration of those oils which will be used for the sacramental ministry of the church throughout the coming year.  Priests and Deacons also reaffirmed those vows which they made at their ordinations.

 

In his homily, Bishop Glyn expressed his great sense of thanksgiving for the hugely impressive and effective ministry exercised by his brother Priests, by the Deacons and the whole People of God.  He went on to remind the congregation that in spite of the present difficulties that face us a Church, we exercise our ministry by the mercy of God.  Therefore, we do not need to lose heart.  Finally Bishop Glyn encouraged all present to pay close attention to their own spiritual and corporate life, in order that our lives may increasingly be conformed to the likeness of Christ.

 

At the conclusion of his first round of Chrism Masses, Bishop Glyn spoke about the deep sense of privilege he feels at having been called to serve the clergy and people in See of Beverley.



 

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