Diocesan News

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Welcome back in!

Welcome back in!

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

This week saw many of our churches unlocking for worship for the first time in over 100 days.

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One step closer to Net Zero

One step closer to Net Zero

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

Bishop Nicholas has been able to get a birds-eye view of the newly installed solar panels at our Cathedral.

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A Close Shave

A Close Shave

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

Raising money for the Sudans Emergency Appeal and Dorset Historic Churches Trust has been a hair-raising experience for one of our Archdeacons.

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Thank you for the Music

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

From July 11th, small groups of professional singers may be able to sing outdoors as part of worship.

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The Lockdown Lowdown

The Lockdown Lowdown

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

One of our Wiltshire parishes has been learning new ways of doing and being church during lockdown, and has developed a new way of publicising them.

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Using the Great Outdoors

Using the Great Outdoors

by Michael Ford 11 July 2020

The temporary closure of our churches for worship, and the necessity for people to stay at home or isolate, has been very difficult for everyone. As the restrictions are gradually being lifted, many church congregations and local communities may be looking for opportunities to safely resume some activities.

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Saving for a rainy day that's arrived

Saving for a rainy day that's arrived

by Michael Ford 10 July 2020

Social Justice Manager Colin Brady says, "We know who you are.

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Worship behind bars

Worship behind bars

by Michael Ford 10 July 2020

Prisoners and their families were able to worship together during the first-ever online prison church service broadcast by the Church of England last Sunday.

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A better future is possible

A better future is possible

by Michael Ford 10 July 2020

One of our priests has been posting Sunday eco-updates on Facebook and Twitter for the last few weeks.

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Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July

by Michael Ford 10 July 2020

This month, you are being challenged to go plastic free and give up as much single-use plastic as you can.

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