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Clear communication is crucial in order to be heard and informed. The Communications Team helps the whole diocese to communicate clearly and positively.

The Communications Team

Deanery Information Officers & Deanery Music Contacts
Click here for the Deaneries page

The Bishop of Sherborne 
Dr Graham Kings is the member of Bishop’s staff responsible for Communications.

Our work includes:

The Diocesan Website, www.salisbury.anglican.org - the online face of our diocese

  • Our website is constantly updated with resources for reference, training and immediate use. Why not make it a browser favourite or homepage?
  • The RSS feed on the front page has our latest media releases and stories
  • Contact the Web Editor, Michael Ford:
    01722 438651, comms@salisbury.anglican.org 

What is this Sharing - networking news and information

The e-Bulletin The e-Bulletin – weekly email

Grapevine Grapevine – ten times a year

  • Diocesan news and stimulating articles delivered directly to local parishes. Details from this page 
  • Articles may be emailed to the Editor for consideration. More here 
  • Jpeg photographs of at least 250KB can be emailed, or originals may be sent in for scanning. We require written parental permission for individual photographs of children. More here 
  • Contact the Editor, Gerry Lynch:
    01722 438652, grapevine@salisbury.anglican.org 

Front Page News RSS Media – diocesan news promoted locally and nationally

  • We send Media Releases to local and national newspapers, TV and radio. These releases include support for diocesan initiatives, key events and other items of interest to the wider world. Latest News here - Schools News here 

Deanery Information Officers 

  • Part of our wider network, these volunteers are a key link between parishes and Communications, gathering news and passing it on. More here 


  • We offer Communications support to the whole diocese. More here 
  • The Church of England website offers a wide range of resources, including website design, guidance for magazine editors and national training courses. Click here for CofE communications and resources
  • For more advice on how to make your church stand out from the crowd and how to publicise your events, visit www.getyourchurchnoticed.com. This website has helpful advice on everything from church noticeboards to parish magazines, from  logos to leaflets.
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