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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Hospitality, friendship, and Creation

Hospitality, friendship, and Creation

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

As an Eco Diocese, we treasure those who pioneer a gentler way of life - even if that means them holding their ground.

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A Final Push

A Final Push

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

Our Aquadeacon is on the final stretch of her epic swim to raise money for a spinal injuries charity.

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Prayerwalking Three Valleys

Prayerwalking Three Valleys

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

Pilgrimage is embedded in the rich history of Dorset and Wiltshire, with a number of routes criss-crossing our diocesan area, and new routes are being devised all the time.

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The 'rule of 6'

The 'rule of 6'

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

New ‘rule of 6’ restrictions to help limit the spread of coronavirus have been announced.

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Local Learning

Local Learning

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

Study is a key part of discipleship in this Diocese, whether at home, in a church study group, or on an accredited course from our ministry partners at Sarum College. For many people, this can be a crucial step on the road to licensed or ordained ministry.

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Keeping Vigil for the Earth

Keeping Vigil for the Earth

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

The Church season of Creationtide runs from from 1st September to 4th October, with a theme this year of 'Jubilee for the Earth'. There have been a number of parish initiatives in this Diocese, including services for Climate Sunday, and some are joining in with wider initiatives.

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New Rhythms, New Hope

New Rhythms, New Hope

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

Our Diocesan Environment Group has been busy for this year's Season of Creation, which runs from 1st September till 4th October. This year's theme is 'Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope.'

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"A Harmful and Hidden Crime"

"A Harmful and Hidden Crime"

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

Sunday 18th October is St Luke’s Day. It is also the date on which Anti Modern Day Slavery is marked.

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Remembering Keith Muston

Remembering Keith Muston

by Michael Ford 12 September 2020

From 'Through the Open Doors', the weekly newsletter for the Churches of the Cley Hill Villages, dated 28 August 2020:

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Bishop announces new fund for the Sudans

Bishop announces new fund for the Sudans

by Michael Ford 11 September 2020

The Bishop of Salisbury has announced a generous donation to establish a new fund aiming to provide both Sudan and South Sudan with education, training in hygiene, specialist toilet construction and photovoltaic electricity.

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