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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Light at the end of the tunnel

Light at the end of the tunnel

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

Talbot Village Trust, the grant giving charity, has provided Wimborne Minster with £50,000 to fund vital lighting and electrical repairs throughout the building.

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Summoning the Faithful

Summoning the Faithful

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

Our strong Diocesan tradition of bellringing received a boost recently, with the return of a set of 5 ancient bells to their tower.

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Rebuilding Hope and Confidence

Rebuilding Hope and Confidence

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

A New Year's greeting from our Diocesan Mothers’ Union has launched the Mothers’ Union theme for 2021 – 'Rebuilding Hope and Confidence'.

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From our Diocesan Secretary

From our Diocesan Secretary

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

David Pain writes on the concept of 'ubuntu'.

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Fond farewells and new adventures

Fond farewells and new adventures

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

In these times of change, a number of diocesan staff are moving on to new challenges.

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Thank you for keeping us Safe

Thank you for keeping us Safe

by Michael Ford 8 January 2021

Heather Bland has been our Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser for nearly 7 years, and has overseen a sea change in the way we approach Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults in this Diocese.

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The Channel Islands join our Cycle of Prayer

The Channel Islands join our Cycle of Prayer

by Michael Ford 15 December 2020

As we move forward in the discernment process that we hope will see the Channel Islands becoming attached to the Diocese of Salisbury, we have begun to pray together and for each other.

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The Spirit of Christmas, 2020

The Spirit of Christmas, 2020

by Michael Ford 18 December 2020

In this year of unprecedented change, we badly need good news, and our parishes and schools have made every effort to deliver special, heartfelt messages to their communities and loved ones, as well as those in need.

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Patience and goodwill: meeting for Christmas as Covid-safe churches

Patience and goodwill: meeting for Christmas as Covid-safe churches

by Michael Ford 18 December 2020

The Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, who leads the Church of England’s Recovery Group, is encouraging churches to prepare carefully for Christmas services, so that as many people as possible can share in the comfort and joy of Christmas worship.

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Advent in Reverse

Advent in Reverse

by Michael Ford 18 December 2020

It's been said many times, "It's better to give than to receive." Many of our parishes and schools reflect this philosophy as a matter of course, serving their local communities in many ways.

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