Our four week course by Bishops Stephen, Andrew and Karen and the Dean of Salisbury, Nick Papadopulos, explores Making Jesus Known in the season of Advent. Copies of the course for use in parishes, schools, churches and at home are available to download.
Making Jesus known
Making Jesus Known is the new vision for the Diocese of Salisbury. It was affirmed by diocesan synod in June 2023.
Diocesan Annual Review 2022
The Diocesan Annual Review 2022 is out now and available to read as a FlipBook here. As we look forward to the rest of this year, we pray we may all continue sharing the life of Christ locally through mission work, chaplaincy, work in our schools and with children and young people, and with the same hospitality and generosity to stranger and neighbour as witnessed throughout last year.
Welcome to the Diocese of Salisbury
We are a Christian community of churches, schools and chaplaincies serving one million people, stretching over 2000 square miles, from North Wiltshire to the Jurassic Coast and Channel Islands.
From the Shaftesbury and Sherborne hub work with our youth, the culmination of the Rural Hope Programme, and the strengthening of our diocese’s safeguarding; we’d like to give a huge thank you to everyone who ministered to others in their community in 2022, sharing the light and love of Christ.
In an event part funded by the Aldhelm Mission Fund, last month international children’s worship song writer Doug Horley visited Hampreston First School, Ferndown First School and St Mary’s Church, Ferndown, using science, bubbles, songs and interaction to explore the greatness of creation and God’s love for everyone....