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Sarum College

An ecumenical centre for Christian study and research, located in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close. Our passion is learning that nourishes the human spirit.

The College attracts visitors from throughout the UK and enjoys an international reputation for excellence in theological education and spiritual reflection.


Red asteriskFriday 10 May, 12 noon–1pm
Launch of Ancient & Modern: Hymns and Songs for Refreshing worship
Members of the editorial team, including Tim Ruffer from the Royal School of Church Music, will be talking about this major new edition of the well- loved hymn book. Come and hear some of the newly included music sung by members of the Royal School of Church Music as you enjoy a glass of wine. If you have been thinking of changing your hymn book, this is an ideal chance to find out more about the new Ancient & Modern.  Bring a group from your church.  Free entry.
RSVP if going 01722 326899

From The Stacks Series Uncovers Gems on Ecclesiastical and Local History
Click here for the press release

Until 28 April
Abrahams' iPad Exhibition
(see a sample picture top-right on this page).
Click here for details

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We provide a wide range of courses for all types of learners in our key speciality areas:

Sarum College offers a range of clergy break options, including self-directed reflection, mentored reflection and guided study leave – all of which allow you to unwind, be quiet and pray, sleep or walk, enjoy the Cathedral and its Close, browse our library and enjoy lovely food.

Alongside our education programme, Sarum College is an ideal place for celebrations, private stays, meetings and conferences. Follow the links below to find out more.

For further details please see the website or contact us on 01722 424800 or For course information, email or phone 01722 424800. 

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Sarum College
19 The Close

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An image from the Abrahams' iPad Exhibition
Abrahams' iPad - Autumn 5
An image from the Abrahams' iPad Exhibition