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'Giving hope and love'

'Giving hope and love'

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

How do you transform lives and communities during a pandemic? Well, some have joined the volunteer vaccination programme.

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Launching out

Launching out

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

Many of our parishes have developed ever-stronger links and partnerships as they to make a difference in their communities. For some, hard work over years is paying highly visible dividends.

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'Truly, it's a miracle'

'Truly, it's a miracle'

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

Throughout the pandemic, there have been some special moments in this Diocese when the love of God shines through in the darkest of times through acts of love and kindness.

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The Big Lent Read 2021

The Big Lent Read 2021

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

As part of Lent in the Church of England, the Archbishop of Canterbury encourages us to read a particular book and use resources provided by the National Church, and this year's theme is very much about sharing our Christian life and hope with others.

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'Love Your Neighbour' for Lent

'Love Your Neighbour' for Lent

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

As we approach a Lockdown Lent, the Send a Cow charity is asking church and youth groups to embrace technology to support work with refugees, including South Sudanese, in Uganda.

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"Let us work to repair and restore"

"Let us work to repair and restore"

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

The Revd Canon Joseph Bilal has witnessed the horrors of violence in his own country, South Sudan, and has spoken on BBC Radio 4's Sunday worship.

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Guernsey churches resume lockdown

Guernsey churches resume lockdown

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

The Guernsey church leaders met by Zoom on Saturday afternoon (23rd January), following the briefing by the States of Guernsey on the discovery of possible community seeding of Covid-19.

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Enjoying the jab

Enjoying the jab

by Michael Ford 29 January 2021

Francis Barter of Lyme Regis has shared a heartwarming story of friendship and resilience, as she took an older friend, a former actress and mink-farmer, for her Covid vaccination.

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Funding a better future

Funding a better future

by Michael Ford 22 January 2021

Hilfield Friary, Dorset's Franciscan Community has been offered a Countryside Stewardship agreement that will guide and fund lots of exciting conservation work around the Friary over the next 10 years.

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'An opportunity to grow'

'An opportunity to grow'

by Michael Ford 22 January 2021

Many parishes have turned to online worship during this run of lockdowns, gaining new skills and confidence, and even new audiences, in the process.

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