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by Michael Ford last modified 13 Nov, 2017 05:31 PM

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November 2017 | December 2017 | January 2018 | February 2018March 2018April 2018May 2018 

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Updated Listing Wednesday 15 November, 7.30 pm: Inter-religious Events
Interfaith Week Event at Bournemouth Reform Synagogue, 53 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3PA. Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and Jewish, Humanist speakers will talk about an idea, thought, reading, philosophy or liturgical passage that expresses the core of their faith.

Updated Listing Friday 17 November, from 6.30 pm for 7.30 pm: Music Events
Inaugural Organ Recital at Holy Trinity Church, Bradford on Avon BA15 1LW
Given by Peter King - Organist Emeritus, Bath Abbey. 6.30pm Meet the organist and organ builders, Harrison and Harrison of Durham. Licensed bar. 7.30pm Recital Programme will include works by Bach, Handel and Saint-Saens
Tickets: £12 Available from Ex Libris, Bradford on Avon and on the door

Inquiries to Joanna Abecassis on 01225 864444

Updated ListingSunday 3 December, 4 pm: Advent and Christmas
Christingle Service at Canford Magna Parish Church, Canford Magna, Wimborne BH21 3AF
Join us for a Christingle service in support of the Children's Society's work with vulnerable children and young people where taking the time to listen to what children and young people say is at the heart of what the society do, and drives them to tackle the issues which prevent children and young people from fulfilling their potential.
Contact Carrie on 01202 882270 or .

Updated ListingSaturday 16 December, 11 am: Music Events
Informal Concert at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The renowned Bristol-based tenor, Niall Hoskin, makes an eagerly-anticipated return to Devizes for a concert of seasonal entertainment. This will be followed by the official launch of the choir's fundraising appeal for their tour to Latvia next summer, with a buffet lunch and then carol singing in Devizes Town Centre following the concert.
Admission free, retiring collection.

Contact Christ Totney on or 07811 629062.

Updated ListingSunday 17 December, 6.30 pm: Advent and Christmas
Carols by Candlelight at Canford Magna Parish Church, Canford Magna, Wimborne BH21 3AF
Join us as we celebrate the message of Christmas through carols, readings from God's word and meditation in our beautiful Parish Church which will be lit by many, many candles.
Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Updated ListingSaturday 27 January, 11 am: Music Events
The Choristers Entertain at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The children of St John's Choir warm up your winter with some light-hearted entertainment as part of their fundraising efforts towards the Latvia Tour. A buffet lunch follows, before Chris Totney gives an organ recital of favourites chosen by members of the church community.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Updated ListingFriday 20 April, 7.30 pm: Music Events
Grand Tour Concert at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The 40-strong forces of St John's Choir give a 'grand concert' ahead of their upcoming trip to Latvia, with favourites from the past year's repertoire and a preview of music for the tour. This concert is given in memory of Stephen Brazier and Michael Oliver.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact the Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

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November 2017

 

Tuesday 14 November, 7.30 pm: Heritage Events, Community
Sturminster Newtown 1801 at St Mary's Church Hall, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1DG
Life and work in Sturminster Newton at the end of the 18th Century.
A talk on this period by Pat Moody, retired schoolmaster and Head of History at Sturminster Newton Secondary School from 1960-1971. This follows his excellent and well-received talk, 'Four Vicars & a War'.
Inquiries to Isabel Wyatt on 01258 477264 or .

Updated Listing Wednesday 15 November, 7.30 pm: Inter-religious Events
Interfaith Week Event at Bournemouth Reform Synagogue, 53 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3PA. Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and Jewish, Humanist speakers will talk about an idea, thought, reading, philosophy or liturgical passage that expresses the core of their faith.

Friday 17 November, 7pm
'Escape or Die' at Dinton Village Hall, SP3 5EB
King Charles II's escape and exile after the Battle of Worcester in 1651: an illustrated talk by Paul Cordle with images of & insights into this fascinating yet overlooked story. He came through Mere, the Nadder Valley, Hindon, Chilmark, Teffont, Wilton, and on to Heale House at Middle Woodford. He visited Salisbury in 1665 to escape the Plague.
Flyer here 
Entry by ticket: £15 glass of wine & canapés.
Inquiries to Gray Gilbert via 01722 714254, or email .

Updated Listing Friday 17 November, from 6.30 pm for 7.30 pm: Music Events
Inaugural Organ Recital at Holy Trinity Church, Bradford on Avon BA15 1LW
Given by Peter King - Organist Emeritus, Bath Abbey. 6.30pm Meet the organist and organ builders, Harrison and Harrison of Durham. Licensed bar. 7.30pm Recital Programme will include works by Bach, Handel and Saint-Saens
Tickets: £12 Available from Ex Libris, Bradford on Avon and on the door

Inquiries to Joanna Abecassis on 01225 864444

Saturday 18 November: Bellringing
Mod 1 Association of Ringing Teachers course at Charminster - how to teach bellhandling safely and make good progress - has a few places left. Highly recommended.
Mod 1 normally costs £20 but we are offering this one for FREE.
Apply ASAP to Jane Pridmore, administrator, via 

Saturday 18 November, from 10am: Milton Abbey, RSCM Events
The Big Sing/ 'Fill the Abbey with Praise' with Noel Tredinnick at Milton Abbey, DT11 0BZ
Cost: £10. Music provided, + tea/coffee.
Poster here; low-ink version here.
The Big Sing is followed by 'Fill the Abbey with Praise' at 4pm.
Poster here.
Noel is Organist and Director of Music at All Souls Church, Langham Place, where he formed the now world-renowned All Souls Orchestra. As well as leading Prom Praise events around the UK and overseas, Noël makes regular visits to the USA to lecture and conduct, which have included leading music for missions organised by The Billy Graham Organisation. He has contributed to many hymn and songbook publications, is Chairman of the Jubilate Group and has also been involved in the Music in Worship Foundation and the Archbishops’ Commission on Church Music. Over many years, Noël has worked with the BBC, becoming a familiar face on ‘Songs of Praise’, specialising in getting the most from choirs around the country in the shortest possible time! In 2002 he received an honorary Lambeth Doctorate of Music and in 2009 a Fellowship of the Royal School of Church Music.
Suitable for anyone aged 9 to 99 who enjoys singing! All welcome.
Inquiries to Heather Waldsax via .

Saturday 18 November, 7pm: Bellringing
Not-the-DCA-Dinner 2017: Bellringers’ Supper at the Sun Inn, Lower Burton DT2 7RZ
We anticipate a carvery and veggie option - details & bookings with Robin Mears.

Saturday 18 November, 7.30pm: Deverills Performing Arts
'Themes & Variations' at Kingston Deverill Church
Guy Johnston, one of the most exciting and versatile British cellists of his generation and Tom Poster, internationally recognised as a pianist of outstanding artistry and great versatility, present an exciting programme of music for cello and piano. Guy and Tom perform together frequently and they will be making stunning music in this final fixture of this year's Deverills Performing Arts series. The programme will include an eclectic mix of Chopin, Rachmaninov, Schumann, Fauré, Beethoven, MacMillan and Mendelssohn.
Tickets £15.
For more details go to deverillsfestival.com | guy-johnston.com | tomposter.co.uk
For tickets call 844385 or email .

Important Listing Sunday 19 November
International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
Video, info and resources here

Sunday 19 November, 3pm: Charity Events
The Gravellers in concert with Rose, Mary and Thyme at St Mary’s Motcombe, SP7 9NT
Come and enjoy this men’s a cappella group back by popular demand with women’s voices, enjoy our tea and cakes whilst supporting the Friends of North Dorset Women’s Refuge.
Poster here
Tickets are £10.
Inquiries to Sara Jacson via .

Sunday 19 November, 4 pm: Worship Events
Transgender Day of Remembrance: Honouring Lives Lost Through Intolerance at Salisbury URC, 30 Fisherton Street, SP2 7RG.
Candlelight vigil.
Inquiries to Robyn Golden-Hann at .

Sunday 19 November, 4.30 pm: Music Events
Three Counties Choir Concert at St Michael the Archangel, Mere, BA12 6DS
Faure Requiem & Other Music for Remembrance.
Tickets £10 inc. refreshments

Inquiries to Sherry Dixon at ,

Monday 20 November, 7pm
Licensing Service for the Revd Sarah Wood-Roe at St Lawrence Church, Stratford-sub-Castle SP1 3LL
The service will be led by the Bishop of Ramsbury.
Inquiries to Jeff Long via .

Monday 20 November, 6.30pm: Advent and Christmas, Poetry, Theology
On Waiting: An Evening of Advent Poetry and Reflection at Sarum College, SP1 2EE
Join Sarum College Bookshop for what should be a wonderful evening with two of our favourite authors.
Malcolm Guite, poet, theologian and musician will enthral us with his poetry, and Theologian Paula Gooder will provide a reflection.
This is an evening not to be missed!
Tickets are £5 to include a glass of wine. 
Info and booking

Saturday 25 November, 10 am-2.30 pm: Advent and Christmas
Christmas Fair at St Thomas' Church, Western Avenue, Ensbury Park, Bournemouth BH10 5BN
St' Thomas' Christmas Fair, has a variety of contents, Father Christmas, various stalls, knitted toys, Grand Raffle, Refreshments.
Contact Barbara Clarke on 01202 772640, 07977734563, .

Important Listing Saturday 25 November, 10am-4pm: Fresh Expressions, Mission
On the Road: the 2017 National Anglican Conference at the Belfrey, York
Full details and booking on Eventbrite

Saturday 25 November, 10am-4pm: Prayer
Devizes Deanery Day of Prayer at St John’s Devizes, SN10 1NP
With the Bishop of Sherborne, Karen Gorham
Following the wonderful Day of Prayer we all enjoyed as a Diocese with Michael Perham and Brother Sam, our Rural Dean, the Revd Canon Paul Richardson, would like to invite you all to join in a Deanery day of prayer with the Bishop of Sherborne, the Rt Revd Karen Gorham.
A lunchtime Eucharist will be followed by a Bring & Share lunch.
During the afternoon session there will be time for discussions, prayer and meditation. The day will end with prayer in the presence of the Reserved Sacrament and Benediction.
Poster here 
If you would like to join us, please contact any of the following by email or phone:
Revd Jacqui Clark (01225 769940, )
Revd Ben Rundell-Evans (01380 730384, )
Chris Cox ()

Saturday 25 November, 11am-2pm: Salisbury-Sudan Medical Link, Advent and Christmas
The Chase Benefice 20th Anniversary Christmas Fair at Tarrant Keynston Hall, DT11 9JE
Raffle; Tombola; Plants, Bulbs and Decorations; Homemade Cakes, Bread, Sweets, Marmalades, Jams & Chutneys; Books; Christmas Gifts; Crafts; Santa’s Surprises; Games Including Marbles and Hunt the Treasure; Toys; and more!
Poster here 
Delicious lunches prepared from local produce. Homemade Soup and Sizzling Bacon Rolls! Bar with Mulled Wine. Meet Mike Maclachlan at the Sudan Display! All offers of help or donations are very welcome, and your presence most of all! In aid of the Salisbury-Sudan Medical Link.
Please contact Caroline Tory on 01258 452452.

Saturday 25 November, 7.30 pm: Music Events
Autumn Concert at St Mary of the Annunciation : Church Street, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3BA
Directed by Hilary Kenway: Hummel, Bach, Stanford.
Tickets £12 from the Church Office or online.
For further information, email singers@alfx.com.

Sunday 26 November, 3 pm: Worship Events
Taizé Service at Wimborne Baptist Church, Grove Rd, BH21 1BW
Singers welcome from 2 pm.
An Ecumenical Service of Taizé Chants, Readings and Prayers, for Christ the King Sunday, followed by refreshments in the Church Hall. Additional Parking at St Catherine's Church car park.
Contact John Spatchet at .

Monday 27 November, 7.30-9pm: Sherborne Insight
'Made in the Image' at the Digby Church Hall, Sherborne DT9 3NL
With Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).
Dorothy L Sayers is best known as the creator of suave sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey, but she was also one of the finest Anglican theologians of the 20th century. Sayers challenged the patriarchal church of her day to broaden its understanding of what it means to be human, male and female and in her book 'Mind of the Maker' used the creative process in the arts and literature to illuminate theology and vice versa.
Info and booking
Inquiries to Jon Riding via 01935 816779 or .

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December 2017

 

Friday 1-Sunday 3 and Friday 8-Saturday 9 December, 10 am-4.30 pm (except Sunday morning): Advent and Christmas
Festival of Angels
at St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers, BH16 6BS
St' Thomas' Christmas Fair, has a variety of contents, Father Christmas, various stalls, knitted toys, Grand Raffle, Refreshments.
Come and see our lovely historic church, decorated by local talented artists and organisations following the imaginative theme of angels. See how local children have joined in the fun! Can you count how many angels are in the church? You may win a prize. ‘Goodies’ and decorations from our stall.
Website here.

Friday 1 December, 7pm: Edington Arts, Advent and Christmas
Choir of New College Oxford: Advent Concert at Edington Priory Church BA13 4QN
The acclaimed choir of New College, Oxford, will be giving Edington Arts' very popular Advent Concert. This 30-strong choir, including trebles, is one of the most celebrated in the UK, with a timbre and style which are instantly recognisable.
Directed by Deputy Organist Tim Wakerell, while Robert Quinney is on sabbatical.
Further details to follow – but tickets are already selling!
Inquiries to Chrissy Allanson-Bailey (01380 831256) or www.edingtonarts.org

Sunday 3 December, 10.30am: Advent and Christmas
Christingle & Posada Service at Longbridge Deverill church, BA12 7DL
Come and join this traditional service, celebrating Jesus Christ the Light of the World and to bless the holy family's journey.
Inquiries to the Revd Pauline Reid, via 01985 841290.

Sunday 3 December, 4 pm: Advent and Christmas
Let There Be Light at St Mark's Church, West Parley, BH22 8EW
On Advent Sunday, a service of prayer for peace in our troubled world. Music and readings.
Contact the Rector on 01202 873561.

Updated ListingSunday 3 December, 4 pm: Advent and Christmas
Christingle Service at Canford Magna Parish Church, Canford Magna, Wimborne BH21 3AF
Join us for a Christingle service in support of the Children's Society's work with vulnerable children and young people where taking the time to listen to what children and young people say is at the heart of what the society do, and drives them to tackle the issues which prevent children and young people from fulfilling their potential.
Contact Carrie on 01202 882270 or .

Monday 4 December, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Advent and Christmas
'Son of Joseph, Son of God' at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Dr David Catchpole, Emeritus Professor of Theological Studies at the University of Exeter and Scholar in Residence at Sarum College, Salisbury.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Wednesday 6 December, from 6pm: Advent and Christmas, Charity Events
A Carol Concert at St Mary’s Church, Dorchester DT1 2HJ
With the Archdeacon of Sherborne, Paul Taylor; Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers; His Honour Judge Peter Johnson; the Cantamus Choir; and Joanna David.
The Trustees and Events Committee of Footprints request the pleasure of your company. Invitation here 
Chief Executive Jane Barkes says, "I hope that you will be able to come and support us at our Carol Concert and bring friends and family. It is always a wonderful and very enjoyable event and we have the Archdeacon of Sherborne and The Cantamus Choir entertaining us, along with live personal stories of those who have experienced the work of Footprints and Life works."
6pm: Drinks and Canapés
7pm: Concert
Seats £15 each, or £20 after 1 December and on the door.
RSVP to  and/ or using the reply slip.

Important Listing Saturday 9-Sunday 17 December, 10am-5pm: Heritage Events, Community
BBC Wiltshire is bringing The Listening Project to Salisbury Cathedral.
The purpose-built booth will be parked in front of the Bell Tower Tearooms
Producer Emma Colman and her team from BBC Wiltshire will be recording conversations and anyone participating can use the Bell Tower Tearooms as a waiting space. Conversations can be about anything and everything. As Emma explains: "If this was your last chance to have a conversation with someone, who would it be and what would you talk about?"
It’s a wonderful opportunity for anyone living locally to the Cathedral, or just visiting, to take part in this ground-breaking BBC project, which is a partnership between BBC Radio 4, BBC local and national radio stations, and the British Library. All recorded conversations are archived by the British Library, preserving them for future generations.
Encourage as many people to get involved as you can: we want our region to make its mark in the archives!
Inquiries to Marie Thomas via  or 01722 555148.

Updated ListingSaturday 16 December, 11 am: Advent and Christmas
Informal Concert at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The renowned Bristol-based tenor, Niall Hoskin, makes an eagerly-anticipated return to Devizes for a concert of seasonal entertainment. This will be followed by the official launch of the choir's fundraising appeal for their tour to Latvia next summer, with a buffet lunch and then carol singing in Devizes Town Centre following the concert.
Admission free, retiring collection.

Contact Christ Totney on or 07811 629062.

Saturday 16 December, 3.30-5pm (five 20 minute tableaux): Advent and Christmas
Follow the Star - A Living Nativity beginning with the 1st Scene in Aldbourne Memorial Hall, Oxford Street, Aldbourne, SN8 2DQ
Walk with the Angel Gabriel on a journey through the tableaux of live events each telling         different parts of the story of the birth of Jesus Christ.  Ask questions of the characters in each scene, discover the story behind the scenes, visit our petting zoo and enjoy refreshments along the way.
Free admission (time slot tickets). Programme with map available on the day: £1. Contact the Revd Candice Marcus,  or 01672 540311.

Saturday 16 December, 7-9pm: Bellringing
6-bell practice at Martinstown.
Special Methods will be Plain and Little, St Clements, Kent TB and Double Oxford - in that order. Also your choice of Doubles; from Plain Hunt, Slow Course methods, Grandsire, etc.
Inquiries via dcacbr@gmail.com.

Saturday 16 December, 7.30 pm: Advent and Christmas
The Farrant Signers Christmas Concert at St Martin's Church, St Martin's Church St, Salisbury, SP1 2HY
Conducted by Andrew Mackay and joined by Farrant Brass. Includes a performance of John Rutter's 'Gloria' and two pieces by Gabrieli, 'In ecclesiis' and 'Omnes gentes plaudite manibus’. Enjoy joining in the singing of carols and Handel's Hallelujah chorus.
Tickets £13 in advance from Casa Fina (High Street), Salisbury, online at www.farrantsingers.org or 01722 324731. £15 on the door. (students/u16 £5)

Updated ListingSunday 17 December, 6.30 pm: Advent and Christmas
Carols by Candlelight at Canford Magna Parish Church, Canford Magna, Wimborne BH21 3AF
Join us as we celebrate the message of Christmas through carols, readings from God's word and meditation in our beautiful Parish Church which will be lit by many, many candles.
Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Friday 22 December, 6pm: Advent and Christmas
Carols in the Cornmarket, Wimborne Minster
Singing of the Carols will be accompanied by members of the Broadstone Community Concert Band. A collection will be taken for the Mayor of Wimborne’s Charities.
All are warmly invited to attend and warm drinks will be available afterwards in the Salvation Army Hall.
Inquiries to Anthony Oliver via  or 01202 888703.

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January 2018

Monday 8 January, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Politics
‘Brexit, Trump & Popularism - What do they tell us about the Human Condition?’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With the Ven Antony MacRow-Wood, Archdeacon of Dorset.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Thursday 18 January 2018, 7.30-9.30 pm: Theology Events
West Wiltshire Theology Group: Inaugural Meeting at St Boniface Hall, Warminster School, Church Street, Warminster BA12 8PJ
Address with questions and discussion by the Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Rev Nick Holtham, "Renewing and Reforming our Understanding of Marriage". A challenging, thought-provoking and very timely chance for those following the Church's developments in relation to marriage.
Admission free, no bookings needed. Contact Canon Harold Stephens on .

Important Listing 18-25 January 2018
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
https://ctbi.org.uk/week-of-prayer-for-christian-unity-2018

Updated ListingSaturday 27 January, 11 am: Music Events
The Choristers Entertain at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The children of St John's Choir warm up your winter with some light-hearted entertainment as part of their fundraising efforts towards the Latvia Tour. A buffet lunch follows, before Chris Totney gives an organ recital of favourites chosen by members of the church community.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

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February 2018

Monday 5 February, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Apologetics
‘Contemporary Apologetic - In Defence of God’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With the Revd Angela Tilby, Canon Emeritus of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

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March 2018

Monday 5 March, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Charity Work
‘We believe in Life before Death’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr David Pain, Director of Supporter and Community Partnerships at Christian Aid.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

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April 2018

Monday 9 April, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Restorative Justice
‘Restorative Justice - a Biblical Solution?’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr John Newbold, Licensed Lay Minister and Retired Solicitor.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

Updated ListingFriday 20 April, 7.30 pm: Music Events
Grand Tour Concert at St John's Church, Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NP
The 40-strong forces of St John's Choir give a 'grand concert' ahead of their upcoming trip to Latvia, with favourites from the past year's repertoire and a preview of music for the tour. This concert is given in memory of Stephen Brazier and Michael Oliver.
Admission free, retiring collection.
Contact the Contact Chris Totney on or 07811 629062.

Important Listing Saturday 21 April
Day of Celebration For Lay Ministry – put the date in your diary!
There are hundreds of people across the Diocese engaged in authorised lay ministry, and we are celebrating this with a special service in the Cathedral in the morning, followed by workshops in the afternoon. The service will include the Commissioning of those currently in training for and Lay Worship Leader and Lay Pastoral Assistant ministry, the Recommissioning of current LPAs and LWLs, and the Recommitment to ministry by LLMs, Church Army Evangelists and Licensed Lay Pioneers. After a packed lunch there will be a broad choice of workshops for those in lay ministry. The timetable is as follows:
9am onwards: Registration and coffee
10.30am Celebration Service 
12.30pm: Lunch (packed lunch or local eateries)
1.45-2.45pm: Workshop 1 Bishop Wordsworth School, Sarum College, Church House
3-4pm: Workshop 2 Bishop Wordsworth School, Sarum College, Church House
5pm: Depart
Inquiries to Debbie Orriss via 01722 411944 or .

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May 2018

Monday 14 May, from 7pm: Bournemouth William Temple Association, Environment
‘God’s World - Who Cares?’ at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
With Mr David Morgan, Chair of the Diocesan Environmental Groups for both Salisbury and Winchester Dioceses.
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Season Programme here 
Further information from John Newbold.
Tel: 01202 761749 
E-mail:  
Website: www.williamtemple.org.uk

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