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Important Listing = Important/ diocesan

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The very latest updates are:

Updated ListingNEW: Sunday 19 April, 4.30pm
Farewell to Bishop Graham

The Bishop of Salisbury invites you to Choral Evensong at Salisbury Cathedral with farewell to the Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, followed by refreshments in the Chapter House.
RSVP by email to: robert.shuler@salisbury.anglican.org.

Updated ListingEarth Hour, Saturday 28 March
Why not get involved and help the planet?
Here's how 

Updated ListingSaturday 28 March, 7.30pm
A Spring Celebration
at St John's Church, Devizes SN10 1NP
Including Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria and other choral music by Ešenvalds, Nielsen and Sibelius. Conductor - Liz Adams;   Accompanist - Hannah Edmonds. With St John’s Church Children’s Choir. Conductor - Christopher Totney. Tickets, (over 18’s), £10.00, including refreshments available from Devizes Books, members of the choir and on the door.
www.devizeschamberchoir.org.uk.
Inquiries to Carole Jones: ce.jones1@btinternet.com, 01380 840338.

Updated ListingSunday 29 March, 3-4pm
Canzonetta Sing Beautiful Music for Holy Week
at Bere Regis Parish Church, BH20 7HQ
Followed by tea and cake. Poster here. Retiring collection for church funds.
Inquries: Sarah Welton (sarahwelton@oceans.f9.co.uk).

Updated ListingSaturday 11 April, 10am-2pm
Fairtrade & Local Produce Fair
at the Corn Exchange, Devizes
Stalls selling food & crafts; Fairtrade cookery demonstrations; Devizes town band; African drumming; craft activities for children; Fairtrade refreshments; ‘Fairtrade matters’ film; free entry. To book a stall contact 01380 720571. www.devizesfairtrade.org.uk.

Updated ListingWednesday 15 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at St John's School, Marlborough
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingThursday 16 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at Bouverie Hall, Pewsey
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingSaturday 18 April, 7.30pm
Beaminster Singers
at St Hubert’s Church, Corfe Mullen
£10 (to include light refreshments).
Inquiries to Hannah Burbidge: hana.1408@hotmail.co.uk.

Updated ListingTuesday 21 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at Lower School Hall, Devizes School
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingThursday 23 April, 7pm
Environment Hustings for the General Election
at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey
Poster here.
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

2015.04 Child Sexual Exploitation, Slavery and Human Trafficking Conference Brochure
Updated ListingImportant ListingUPDATED: Tuesday 28 April, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Child Sexual Exploitation, Slavery and Human Trafficking Conference at Sarum Academy, Salisbury
With the Bishop of Salisbury and speakers from Tearfund. 
Click here for a letter from the Bishop.
Updated ListingSAVE THE DATE-
POSTER HERE 
Updated ListingMAIN FLYER- CLICK HERE 

Updated ListingSaturday 2 May, 7.30pm
The Purbeck Singers
at St James Church, Kingston BH20 5LH
Choir combining local singers with the visiting City Consort of Voices from London, conducted by Tim Crosley. A programme of much-loved church music by Purcell, Elgar, Holst, Vaughan Williams and others. Free entry. Retiring collecting to help preserve the church. Interval refreshments.
Inquiries to Robin Stringer: robin.stringer@ntlworld.com.

Updated ListingSunday 17 May, 6pm
Deanery Evening Summer Service
at All Saints' Church, West Lavington
Please note the change of date!
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingTuesday 19 May, 7pm
Watoto- Ugandan Children’s Choir: ‘Oh What Love’ Live Tour
St Nicholas Church, Corfe Mullen BH21 3LE
FREE concert: Donations to Watoto appreciated
Ring 01202 602948 to book your seat.
Inquiries to Hannah Burbidge: hana.1408@hotmail.co.uk.

Updated Listing24-31 May
The Big Listen
Encouragement for churches across the country to listen to their children and young people during the week of Pentecost/Shavuot. Details 

Updated Listing8-16 August
Hilfield Friary Youth Camp

Hilfield Youth Camp takes place every August at Hilfield Anglican Franciscan Friary in Dorset. It is organised by experienced volunteers and offers young people aged 13 to 17 years the chance of a fun holiday in stunning surroundings, while exploring a Christian theme. The camp is built on friendship, community and faith.
If booked before the 1st June, the cost is £120 after £150. Young people can come as individuals or as part of a group. Poster here; booking form here.
For further information, visit www.hilfieldyouthcamp.org or contact Lizzie Whitbread (07500 828184).

 

Current events

Until 25 March
Salisbury Cathedral Lent Programme
Click here for a preview

Until 27 March, 12:15-12.50pm
Lent Friday Lunchtime Concerts
at St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury
Click here for the poster

Fridays during Lent (until 27 March), between 12.30 & 1.45pm
Lent Lunches
at Loders, The Close, Salisbury
Homemade soup and sandwiches served in aid of the Salisbury-Sudan Medical Fund. Come and enjoy a warm welcome whilst contributing to a very good cause. Re-newed greetings cards also on sale during most lunches. No booking necessary.
Inquiries to Madeleine Tarrant via 01722 340058 or 07773 740789.

Until 28 March
‘Embracing Life’
at Sherborne Abbey
Lithuanian artist Birute Nomeda Stankuniene displays Biblical and life-affirming art, inspired by childhood faith under Soviet occupation. Opening hours Monday – Sunday: 8am - 4pm. Entrance to the Abbey and the exhibition is free. Story here 

Until Thursday 18 June
Magna Carta Lecture Series
at Salisbury Cathedral with Sarum College
Join us for a series of lectures exploring the importance of Magna Carta then and now. All lectures take place in the Cathedral, with optional seminars the following Saturday morning at Sarum College. Tickets via 01722 424800, courses@sarum.ac.uk or on the door. More details 

 

March 2015

Wednesday 25 March, 11am-12noon
Launch of Church Trail
at Cranborne Church
A Church Trail is prepared and verified by NADFAS, with help from the local Church. It is a questionnaire with an answer sheet for children and adults, both fun and informative, to enable children to discover so much about their local Church, and to feel comfortable there.
Inquiries to Rosemary Jarvis: rosemaryjarvis123@gmail.com.

Updated ListingEarth Hour, Saturday 28 March
Why not get involved and help the planet?
Here's how 

Saturday 28 March, 7.30pm
Choral Classics at Easter: The Briantspuddle Singers
at St Christopher’s Church,
Winfrith Newburgh DT2 8JR
Mozart Sparrow Mass; Schubert Mass in Bb; Haydn Te Deum. Conductor: Robert Dishington. Organ: Sam Hanson. Tickets: £10 on the door or telephone 01929 554055.
Inquiries: 01929 554055, mail@briantspuddlesingers.co.uk.

Updated ListingSaturday 28 March, 7.30pm
A Spring Celebration
at St John's Church, Devizes SN10 1NP
Including Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria and other choral music by Ešenvalds, Nielsen and Sibelius. Conductor - Liz Adams;   Accompanist - Hannah Edmonds. With St John’s Church Children’s Choir. Conductor - Christopher Totney. Tickets, (over 18’s), £10.00, including refreshments available from Devizes Books, members of the choir and on the door.
www.devizeschamberchoir.org.uk.
Inquiries to Carole Jones: ce.jones1@btinternet.com, 01380 840338.

Updated ListingSunday 29 March, 3-4pm
Canzonetta Sing Beautiful Music for Holy Week
at Bere Regis Parish Church, BH20 7HQ
Followed by tea and cake. Poster here. Retiring collection for church funds.
Inquries: Sarah Welton (sarahwelton@oceans.f9.co.uk).

Palm Sunday 29 March, 6.30pm
JS Bach’s St Matthew Passion
at Romsey Abbey, Hampshire
A complete performance on period instruments given by The Bishop’s Consort, led by Theresa Caudle and Fran Turner with Hugo Hymas (Evangelist), Bruce Saunders (Christus) and singers and players directed by David Stancliffe.
Admission is free, and Programmes will have a complete text and translation.
There will be a retiring collection to defray the expenses of this performance, and for the
Abbey’s link with community development projects in the Province of Burundi.
Poster here 

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April 2015

Friday 3 April, 11am
Good Friday Procession
from the West Front of Salisbury Cathedral
A ‘Churches Together in Salisbury’ Event.
Holy Week marks the climax of our preparation for Easter. On Good Friday, we remember the day of Jesus’ death on the Cross. In many Christian traditions, this is a solemn day, but we should remember that we are not ‘re-enacting’, but remembering something that has already been accomplished. This is picked up by other Christian traditions as they celebrate that accomplishment and look forward to resurrection. In our shared observance, we are respectful of and generous towards one another as we enter into our shared, but multicoloured responses to Jesus’ most wonderful gift of himself! Poster here.
Inquiries: davidlinaker65@gmail.com.

Good Friday 3 April, 7pm
St Matthew Passion
at the Lighthouse, Poole
Bournemouth Symphony Chorus and Youth Chorus; Southern Sinfonia Baroque; Ticket prices £36, £30, £25, £20, £15. Poster here.
Inquiries and bookings: 0844 406 8666, www.lighthousepoole.co.uk.

Friday 10 April, 7.30pm
The Gentlemen of St John’s
at The Priory Church, Edington BA13 4PG
This award-winning choral ensemble from St John’s College Cambridge present a programme of anthems and motets from 16th century onwards, and a selection of folksongs and close-harmony arrangements. Tickets booked in advance £20/15/10; tickets on the door add £2. Those aged 18 and under get in FREE. 
Inquiries to Christine Allanson-Bailey: 01380 831256, www.edingtonarts.org, music@edingtonarts.org.

Updated ListingSaturday 11 April, 10am-2pm
Fairtrade & Local Produce Fair
at the Corn Exchange, Devizes
Stalls selling food & crafts; Fairtrade cookery demonstrations; Devizes town band; African drumming; craft activities for children; Fairtrade refreshments; ‘Fairtrade matters’ film; free entry. To book a stall contact 01380 720571. www.devizesfairtrade.org.uk.

Saturday 11 April, 7pm
'Life in Parliament: two eminent Parliamentarians in conversation'
at Dinton Village Hall, SP3 5EB
The Rt Hon Sir George Young Bt CH MP, former Cabinet Minister, Chief Whip and Leader of the House with Sir Peter Jennings CVO, Serjeant at Arms, 1995-1999. Chaired by Bruce Parker, former BBC News and Current Affairs presenter.
Please join us for what will be a fascinating insight into the workings of Parliament and what goes on behind the scenes. Tickets £12, to include wine, light refreshments and canapés. Limited spaces: book early! In support of St Margaret of Antioch’s Church, Chilmark and St George’s Church, Fovant. Poster here 
Inquiries to Patrick Middleton: 01722 716231, mimanora@aol.com.

Monday 13 April: Bournemouth William Temple Association
‘Towards an integrated ecology - the wisdom of Francis of Assisi for today's world’
with Brother Samuel SSF of Hilfield Friary.
A two-course members’ dinner (£14.50) is served at 7pm; coffee at 8pm; lecture at 8.10pm.
Attendance at lecture only: Hotel charge of £2.50 plus WTA charge of £2.00 for non-members includes coffee at 8pm. Annual subscription: £14.00 (£26.00 for married couples).
Further information from John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Updated ListingWednesday 15 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at St John's School, Marlborough
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingThursday 16 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at Bouverie Hall, Pewsey
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Important ListingSaturday 18 April, 10am-12.45pm
‘Partnership through Prayer’: the Sudan Link Deanery Partnership Day
at the DEC, Wilton
There will be presentations from linked deanery group members followed by an open forum. Tea and coffee are available on arrival, mid-morning and lunchtime. There is no admission fee, but a donation on the day towards the running costs would be welcome. If you would like to attend, please contact Graham Melling by telephone or email. The staff at the DEC need to know the approximate number of attendees so that the room and refreshments can be organised. If attendees bring a packed lunch then extra time can be spent sharing information with other Deaneries until 1.30pm. Poster here.
Graham Melling’s contact details are 01935 83463 or email ghmelling@gmail.com.

Updated ListingSaturday 18 April, 7.30pm
Beaminster Singers
at St Hubert’s Church, Corfe Mullen
£10 (to include light refreshments).
Inquiries to Hannah Burbidge: hana.1408@hotmail.co.uk.

Updated ListingSunday 19 April, 4.30pm
Farewell to Bishop Graham

The Bishop of Salisbury invites you to Choral Evensong at Salisbury Cathedral with farewell to the Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, followed by refreshments in the Chapter House.
RSVP by email to: robert.shuler@salisbury.anglican.org.

20-23 April
‘Crossing Boundaries’: The On Fire Mission Annual Conference 2015
at High Leigh Conference Centre
Christ-Centred Ministry for a People on the Edge; Renewal in the Spirit through Word & Sacrament. Speakers: the Revd Dave Tomlinson and Margaret Sentamu. Guest speaker: the Rt Revd Nick Baines, Bishop of Leeds.
More details from Rosemary Bassett 01305 262615 or www.onfiremission.org.uk.

Saturday 21 April, 7pm
St George's Day Concert
at St John's Church, Tisbury SP3 6NH
Tisbury Community Choir, soloists and St John's Chamber Players come together to perform vocal and orchestral music to celebrate St George's Day and mark the start of the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915. Songs to join in with include ‘Rule Britannia’ and ‘Land of Hope and Glory’. Collection for church development fund. Free entry.
Inquiries to Sam Wiggs: www.tisburymusic.org.uk, jsamwiggs@aol.com.

Updated ListingTuesday 21 April, 7pm
Hustings for the General Election
at Lower School Hall, Devizes School
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingThursday 23 April, 7pm
Environment Hustings for the General Election
at the Bouverie Hall, Pewsey
Poster here.
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Important ListingSaturday 25 April, 9.45am - 3pm
Fit For Life: A Conference on Health, Fitness & Sport
at Shaftesbury School, Dorset
Do you ... Run, cycle, swim, go to the gym, do Zumba, play football or play in a team or just love fitness, sport & all it brings?  This is a day of talks, discussion & seminars, with top level speakers, for anyone in your church who wants to engage with what sport is & how it is a vital part of our mission as a church in our communities & nation. Cost – Free (bring your own lunch but free use of school hall & fitness suite - please bring your kit!)
Main speakers: Graham Daniels is General Director of Christians in Sport and a Director of Cambridge Utd FC. Bob Mayo currently leads two churches in London, has written a number of books and is Co-Chaplain to Queens Park Rangers FC.
In addition to the above we will have seminars on ‘Health, Fitness & Outreach, Chaplaincy in sport & ‘Sunday Sport’ - an athlete & parents perspective. Poster here.
To book, contact: tina.draycott@salisbury.anglican.org or (01722) 411944.

2015.04 Child Sexual Exploitation, Slavery and Human Trafficking Conference Brochure
Updated ListingImportant ListingUPDATED: Tuesday 28 April, 9.30am - 4.30pm
Child Sexual Exploitation, Slavery and Human Trafficking Conference at Sarum Academy, Salisbury
With the Bishop of Salisbury and speakers from Tearfund. 
Click here for a letter from the Bishop.
Updated ListingSAVE THE DATE-
POSTER HERE 
Updated ListingMAIN FLYER- CLICK HERE 

Thursday 30 April
‘Gallipoli: the Road to Jerusalem’
with Kelvin Crombie (Author and Historian)
A Council of Christians and Jews event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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May 2015

Saturday 2 May, 7.30pm
Fonthill Five Concert
at St John the Baptist Church, Tisbury SP3 6NH
Quintets for flute, oboe, violin, viola & cello by JS Bach, A Scarlatti (arr C Appleton) & Pleyel; soprano solos with piano accompaniment by, among others, Schumann; organ pieces by Couperin, S Wesley, Moore. Free admission; retiring collection in aid of Church Redevelopment Fund. Interval drinks for sale.
Inquiries to Norman Savage: normansavage0511@yahoo.co.uk.

Updated ListingSaturday 2 May, 7.30pm
The Purbeck Singers
at St James Church, Kingston BH20 5LH
Choir combining local singers with the visiting City Consort of Voices from London, conducted by Tim Crosley. A programme of much-loved church music by Purcell, Elgar, Holst, Vaughan Williams and others. Free entry. Retiring collecting to help preserve the church. Interval refreshments.
Inquiries to Robin Stringer: robin.stringer@ntlworld.com.

Monday 4 May, 1pm-4pm
Bellringing demonstration
at Stourton Church BA12 6QE
Opportunities for members of the public to chime bells as well as see the bells moving via a video link to the bell chamber in the tower, whilst watching the ringers in action on the ground floor below.
Inquiries to Michael Williams: williamsburnside@fsmail.net.

Monday 11 May: Bournemouth William Temple Association
The Bishop of Basingstoke
will represent the Bishop of Winchester.
A two-course members’ dinner (£14.50) is served at 7pm; coffee at 8pm; lecture at 8.10pm.
Attendance at lecture only: Hotel charge of £2.50 plus WTA charge of £2.00 for non-members includes coffee at 8pm. Annual subscription: £14.00 (£26.00 for married couples).
Further information from John Newbold: 01202 761749, jjnewbold@btinternet.com.

Saturday 16 May 2015
Chorister Award Examinations:
venue TBC
Examination session for Choristers entering for the Dean's and Bishop's Award to Choristers. Main page here. Please confirm by 13 April 2015.
Contact David King: awards.sdcfg@salisbury.anglican.org.

Updated ListingSunday 17 May, 6pm
Deanery Evening Summer Service
at All Saints' Church, West Lavington
Please note the change of date!
Inquiries to Julia Taylor: juliaptaylor@gmail.com.

Updated ListingTuesday 19 May, 7pm
Watoto- Ugandan Children’s Choir: ‘Oh What Love’ Live Tour
St Nicholas Church, Corfe Mullen BH21 3LE
FREE concert: Donations to Watoto appreciated
Ring 01202 602948 to book your seat.
Inquiries to Hannah Burbidge: hana.1408@hotmail.co.uk.

Thursday 21 May
Sacred Space Conference
at the DEC, Wilton
Faith-sharing with and in families.
Click here for details

22-25 May
‘Wheels of Time’ Flower Festival
at The Minster Church of St Cuthburga, Wimborne Minster BH211EB
The first major Flower Festival for 5 years will take place in Wimborne Minster over the Spring Bank Holiday in May 2015. It will include a Floral Carpet, a number of large tableaux and numerous arrangements prepared by local Flower Clubs and the Minster's own arrangers. www.wimborneminster.org.uk
Contact Mrs Christine Oliver: 01202 888703, olivers.wimborne@tiscali.co.uk.

Sunday 24 May, 12noon
Country Fair
at Shapwick, DT11 9LA
Village fair to raise funds for amenities for St Bartholomew's Church as part of the Voice of Shapwick and St Bartholomew's Community Project. Venue: the village Green. Entry: £2 adult, children free. Attractions include the Black Sheep band, skittles, stalls, dog show, children's games, tea tent, Pimms and beer tents. All welcome.
Inquiries to Anne Tillin: annetillin@aol.com.

Updated Listing24-31 May
The Big Listen
Encouragement for churches across the country to listen to their children and young people during the week of Pentecost/Shavuot. Details 

Sunday 31 May, 1-6pm
Last of the darling buds: Steeple Ashton Open Gardens

Every other year, the pretty Wiltshire village of Steeple Ashton opens up its many lovely gardens to all and sundry in aid of its church preservation trust.  Built with money from the 15th century cloth trade, the classical late Perpendicular church is much larger than might be expected for the size of the village and needs every penny of the £30,000 that has been raised in this way since the first event in 1999. The village is an attractive mix of architectural styles, including more than its fair share of listed properties, around a village green with a market cross and ancient overnight lock-up for miscreants on their way to the local assizes.  It also boasts a community owned and operated village shop.
Up to 15 gardens will take part this year, varying in size from several acres to more modest plots. A draw to join a conducted climb to the top of the 93ft tower of St Mary’s Church will be repeated this year. Three lucky winners and their partners will be rewarded with a glass of champagne and a spectacular view of the village and the surrounding countryside stretching out to the Salisbury plain. There will also be well stocked plant stalls and cream teas on the village green, a children’s competition and Open Gardens Pimms at the village pub, the Longs Arms. The 2013 event attracted over 800 people. Tickets cost £5 and all children will, as usual, be free.
Inquiries to John Aeberhard: aeberhard@btinternet.com, 01380 870602.

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June 2015

Important ListingSAVE THE DATE: Sunday 14 June 2015
Join the Bishop in a pilgrimage from Old Sarum to the Cathedral to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta – a document that changed the world.

Thursday 18 June
Rabbi Joseph Dweck,
Senior Rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregations, UK
A Council of Christians and Jews event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

Saturday 20 June 9.30am-7pm
Bob Chilcott Choral Workshop
at the Priory Church, Edington BA13 4PG
World-renowned composer and choral conductor Bob Chilcott will be taking a day's workshop on his own St John Passion, composed in 2013. This is a beautiful work, and Bob is an inspirational workshop leader.  Cost is £20, £10 students. Public run-through performance at 6pm. Forms from website. Please book by June 13th!
Inquiries to Anne Curtis: 01380 831454, anne@edingtonarts.org, www.edingtonarts.org.

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July 2015

July (date TBA)
A day trip to visit the Portsmouth synagogue
and other local attractions.
A Council of Christians and Jews event.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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August 2015

August (date TBA)
A Council of Christians and Jews Summer Event
in Brockenhurst.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

Updated Listing8-16 August
Hilfield Friary Youth Camp

Hilfield Youth Camp takes place every August at Hilfield Anglican Franciscan Friary in Dorset. It is organised by experienced volunteers and offers young people aged 13 to 17 years the chance of a fun holiday in stunning surroundings, while exploring a Christian theme. The camp is built on friendship, community and faith.
If booked before the 1st June, the cost is £120 after £150. Young people can come as individuals or as part of a group. Poster here; booking form here.
For further information, visit www.hilfieldyouthcamp.org or contact Lizzie Whitbread (07500 828184).

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September 2015

Saturday 19 September 2015
Chorister Award Examinations:
venue TBC
Examination session for Choristers entering for the Dean's and Bishop's Award to Choristers. Main page here. Please confirm by 15 August 2015.
Contact David King: awards.sdcfg@salisbury.anglican.org.

Important ListingSAVE THE DATE: Wednesday 23 September
SDBE Headteacher & Senior Leaders Conference
at the Bibury Suite, Salisbury Racecourse, SP2 8PN
An all-day conference from 09:30 - 16:00 hrs.
For further details, please contact Anna Tucker: anna.tucker@salisbury.anglican.org.

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October 2015

Important ListingSunday 11 October 2015
'Church, State, Freedom': the Diocesan Choral Festival 2015 at Salisbury Cathedral
A celebration of Magna Carta with music by Stanford, Ley and Llewellyn, conducted by David Halls. Choirs rehearse at 3pm (arrive 2.30).
Festival Service (all are welcome) starts at 6pm.
Briefing here
Page here

Thursday 22 October
‘Replacement Theology – its effects on  Christian/Jewish Relations’
with David Noakes, European Coalition for Israel.
A Council of Christians and Jews event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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December 2015

Thursday 10 December
Chanukah/Advent Social Event
A Council of Christians and Jews event in Bournemouth.
Download a poster here
Download A5 flyers here
Email: ccjbaw@gmail.com.

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Charity concerts in aid of Iraqi Christians
There are currently some 80,000 displaced Christians, and there is significant need in the freezing winter months. Carl Bahoshy offers organ concerts in aid of Iraqi Christians In Need (ICIN). Sample repertoire here.
For more information, visit www.icin.org.uk,
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