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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Setting Easter Alight

Setting Easter Alight

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

Bishop Nicholas will start his last Easter Sunday service as the Bishop of Salisbury lighting the 2021 Easter Candle in the grounds of the Cathedral.

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Field of heartbreak and hope

Field of heartbreak and hope

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

St James, the church behind the Devizes Thankful Wall last Christmas, is providing a new public interactive space called The Field over the Easter weekend, enabling everyone to acknowledge and share the losses experienced during the pandemic.

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Chrism Eucharist 2021

Chrism Eucharist 2021

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

With many Covid restrictions still in place, this year the traditional Diocesan Maundy Thursday Chrism Eucharist took place online, but was still a truly inclusive event that saw many of our clergy and lay ministers, reaffirming their commitment to ministry.

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Palm Sunday and Holy Week, 2021

Palm Sunday and Holy Week, 2021

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

As Easter 2021 approaches, our churches and schools continue to broadcast and meet outdoors across our Diocese with increasing confidence, creativity and commitment.

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Maundy Money: it's in the post

Maundy Money: it's in the post

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

Covid-19 restrictions have again prevented our Maundy Money honourees from receiving their gift in person from Her Majesty The Queen.

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Earth Hour 2021

Earth Hour 2021

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

The annual #EarthHour switch-off of electricity has garnered celebrity support and reached millions of people across the world.

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An education offer for everyone

An education offer for everyone

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

The Church of England is among 9 partner providers for the reformed National Professional Qualifications (NPQ) for aspiring education leaders, or those who want to develop in specialist areas, which launches in the autumn.

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Broadcasting behind bars

Broadcasting behind bars

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

Bear Grylls and a former inmate at Winchester Prison will speak of how the Christian faith changed their lives in an Easter Day service streamed into prison cells across the country this weekend.

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Long live the churchyard

Long live the churchyard

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

St Giles Churchyard, Chideock has been participating in The Living Churchyard Project.

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Spotlight on Acorn Education Trust: Dilton Marsh

Spotlight on Acorn Education Trust: Dilton Marsh

by Michael Ford 2 April 2021

While in lockdown, the children of Dilton Marsh Church of England Primary School, part of Acorn Education Trust, were set a task: to go for a walk in Nature and take time to stop and think about what they could see, hear, and smell.

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