Diocesan News

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New relief fund to rebuild after Hurricane Dorian

New relief fund to rebuild after Hurricane Dorian

by Michael Ford 10 September 2019

The Anglican Diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands has launched a gofundme relief fund in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

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Prayer 2020

Prayer 2020

by Michael Ford 10 September 2019

HOPE Together is inviting Christians of all denominations to pray once a month, at 2020, for 20 minutes, on the 20th of every month throughout 2020.

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Online Faculties and an Apology for the DAC delays

Online Faculties and an Apology for the DAC delays

by Michael Ford 10 September 2019

A new online Faculty System designed with simplification in mind has been launched.

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A Service of Remembrance for those who have been killed or injured on Dorset roads and those who serve them

A Service of Remembrance for those who have been killed or injured on Dorset roads and those who serve them

by Michael Ford 10 September 2019

Dorset is holding its first public service this month to remember those who have been killed or injured on its roads and those who serve them.

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Tasting Ministry down on the Farm

Tasting Ministry down on the Farm

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

An annual scheme to give Curates a "taste" of rural ministry took place this Summer. And it began down on the farm.

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The Show must go on

The Show must go on

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

The Rural Hope tent has been out and about at this summer's Agricultural Shows.

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Calendar Competition Continues

Calendar Competition Continues

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

There is still time to enter our Rural Hope Photography Competition.

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A Pioneering Day

A Pioneering Day

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

Salisbury Diocese has hosted its second annual In:Formation Day.

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Baptism in a Pond Liner!

Baptism in a Pond Liner!

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

When it came to a father and daughter double baptism request, the lack of a baptistry due to building work, didn't deter the Breakfast@9 team from Christ Church, Creekmoor from saying "Yes!"

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Good news after bad

Good news after bad

by Michael Ford 3 September 2019

Local military charity Alabaré is delighted to announce a grant of £1,000 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community scheme. This good news comes after the charity was devastated when thieves struck its charity shop in Wilton.

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