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Christian Aid Week 2021

Christian Aid Week 2021

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

This year's Christian Aid Week started on Monday (10th May), and focusses on Kenya and the climate crisis.

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Meeting again at the Village Pump

Meeting again at the Village Pump

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

A new informal monthly meeting is an opportunity for rural clergy and laity to meet to share ideas and concerns about rural life, the church and its outreach, hosted by the Rural Field Officer for Dorset, Canon Richard Hancock.

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Bishop tweets for Christian Aid Week

Bishop tweets for Christian Aid Week

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

Our Bishop Nicholas has commended those involved in supporting Christian Aid Week, traditionally the largest door-to-door charity collection week in the UK, and spoken out against climate change, a major theme of this year's campaign.

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BH15 Grow Together

BH15 Grow Together

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

Many communities experienced a blossoming in community spirit during lockdown, particularly in the first wave of the pandemic, and pioneers are finding ways to build it into the new normal that is emerging.

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"Thanks be to God for our partners"

"Thanks be to God for our partners"

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

The latest newsletter from the Episcopal Church of Sudan gives fresh insights into the current situation in that northeast African country.

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Contesting heritage

Contesting heritage

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

The Church of England has published guidance for parishes and cathedrals addressing concerns over memorials with links to slavery and other contested heritage.

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A farewell and a return

A farewell and a return

by Michael Ford 14 May 2021

Last weekend was a big weekend for our Cathedral, as the NHS vaccination team, who have played a big part in Cathedral life over the past few months, said goodbye on Saturday 1st May, and ‘in person’ choral worship resumed on Sunday 2nd May.

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Canons are finally installed

Canons are finally installed

by Michael Ford 7 May 2021

After 18 months' delay due to the pandemic and the 2019 organ restoration work, five Canons who were welcomed into Salisbury Cathedral’s College of Canons over 18 months ago were finally able to claim their personal stalls in Salisbury Cathedral Quire on Tuesday.

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"Loyalty, commitment and friendship"

"Loyalty, commitment and friendship"

by Michael Ford 9 May 2021

The Most Revd Ezekiel Kondo, Primate of the Episcopal Church of Sudan and Archbishop of Khartoum, has paid tribute to Bishop Nicholas' 10 years of support for the Salisbury-Sudans Link and the Episcopal Church of Sudan.

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30 Years, 30 Voices

30 Years, 30 Voices

by Michael Ford 7 May 2021

This April, leading Christian homeless charity Alabaré has been celebrating 30 years of transforming the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our communities.

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