The e-Bulletin is a weekly update from around the Diocese on Tuesdays. The items below are from its 'Announcements' section.
A call for assistance in reviewing the Wiltshire section of 'The Buildings of England'
The county series of The Buildings of England was originally written by Sir Nicholas Pevsner and published by Penguin Books. The current revision concentrates on correcting errors; removing buildings which have been seriously damaged or demolished; adding buildings of special interest which may either have been overlooked, or have subsequently been listed, or have been built over the last forty or fifty years; and noting interior features of special interest which ought to be noted, but which, so far, have not yet been seen.
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Seeking a Young People’s Chaplain!
“We are looking for someone, lay or ordained, to increase the number of young people who are able to explore their faith as part of their life-long journey of discipleship.”
Click here for a clergy ad, or here for the non-ordained equivalent.
Will you be involved in organising or chairing a hustings event for the General Election? We have a session on 12 November at Bemerton Heath in Salisbury with Rob Key, former MP of Salisbury, to help you think through the pitfalls and possibilities.
Email Colin Brady: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources for parish musicians
The Diocese of Dublin has produced a series of training videos for musicians and organists in parish churches, available online.
Essential Hymn Playing: www.churchmusicdublin.org/Essential-Hymn-Playing
Music, Eucharist and You: www.churchmusicdublin.org/Music-Eucharist-You-0
Click here for the October deals!
Opportunity for Holocaust Memorial Week 2015
Thomas Hardye School has invited internationally-renowned speaker Dr Carl Wilkens to the UK. Dr Wilkens seeks a venue to screen a 40min documentary on his experiences in Rwanda based on his book ‘I’m Not Leaving’, followed by a Q&A to stimulate discussion. Proposed date: the evening of Sunday 1 March 2015. Email Kevin Matthews (KMatthews@thomas-hardye.net) for details.
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