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by Michael Ford last modified 25 Jul, 2017 01:02 PM

The e-Bulletin is a weekly update from around the Diocese on Tuesdays. The items below are from its 'Announcements' section.

The Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust is looking for a new Ride+Stride Administrator for the Sarum and Wilts Archdeaconries to take over next year from Charles Graham. The role includes organising the printing and distribution to parishes of sponsorship forms and publicity materials, and dealing with the sponsorship money.  For more information please email Charles Graham or Nigel Jackson, Trust Secretary.

Grants to Groups
Funding from Wiltshire Community Foundation. Deadline: 27 July. Click here to see if you can apply.

Bible Society Resources
‘The Super Cool Story of Jesus’ tells the amazing story of how Jesus lived and loved. Booklets, video and activities available here.

Church Mission Society has launched a card game, ‘Mission Is…’, to get people thinking about mission. No, really

Applications are open for Roughshod 2018
Riding Lights Roughshod is a young, dynamic theatre company creating and touring dynamic, challenging, spiritually centred performance to the places that need it most, performing everywhere from churches to care homes, primary schools to prisons. Interested? Click here and have a look 

The latest offers from Parish Buying include fire extinguishers, fans, cold drinks machines and insurance. Click here to browse.

Have you used Parish Buying? They seek feedback!
Click here to fill in a survey and possibly win a picnic hamper. Deadline: Thursday 10 August.

Back to School: opportunities to connect with families in September
New resources from Church Support Hub include lots of activities and prayers, as well as ideas for collective worship. Details here.


 Email the web editor for previous announcements.

Harvest appeals: 

Life Giving Bottles: the Water Aid Harvest Appeal 2017
Climate change is devastating some of the world’s poorest communities. In 2016, the worst drought in 35 years struck southern Africa and around half a million people were left malnourished and hungry. WaterAid has over 35 years’ experience of providing long term sustainable access to water. Please help if you can. Resources and info here.

Celebrate Harvest with Self Help Africa and you can help African farmers to break the cycle of hunger and poverty and create a brighter future for their families. Free resource pack includes stories from some of the African families we’re working with, suggested prayers and hymns, children’s activities and fundraising ideas. Info here.

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