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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Derek's Meadow

Derek's Meadow

by Michael Ford 23 October 2020

Almost 4 years have passed since a much-loved character and life-long resident of Studland died unexpectedly, but his legacy lives on.

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Making Community through the long haul

Making Community through the long haul

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

Bishop Nicholas has written to our clergy telling them that while "we need to be preparing for the long haul", our churches "make community like nothing else in our society."

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Sudans Day 2020

Sudans Day 2020

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

For over 40 years, the Diocese has forged ever-stronger links with the Episcopal Church of Sudan and South Sudan, and this well-regarded international link has brought mutual benefit and encouragement, as well as providing resources to face challenges.

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High Sheriff inspired by 'Place for Change'

High Sheriff inspired by 'Place for Change'

by Michael Ford 21 October 2020

Thanks to our Bishop of Sherborne, the High Sheriff of Dorset George Streatfeild has paid an "awe-inspiring and quite humbling" visit to Routes to Roots’ future permanent support facility for Poole’s homeless, which is undergoing renovation.

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Revolutionary Eco Action

Revolutionary Eco Action

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

Bishop Nicholas has spoken about the action the Church is taking on the climate and the ecological crises we face.

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2020 Vision

2020 Vision

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

Changing times require fresh vision and a sense of hope for what can be achieved, and a number of our parishes, benefices and deaneries are updating their plans for transforming communities and making a real difference.

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Picture this: support your foodbank

Picture this: support your foodbank

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

Many of our parishes have been involved with foodbanks for years, and some have even hosted them in their buildings, or supplied collection points. Fundraising takes many forms, and some of these are 'outside the box'.

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Charity Chief named in Queen’s Honours

Charity Chief named in Queen’s Honours

by Michael Ford 17 October 2020

Alabaré Chief Executive Andrew Lord has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s honours, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the support of homeless and vulnerable adults and young people over the last 20 years.

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PrayOctober

PrayOctober

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

As our parishes continue to innovate in these changing times, prayer, while continuing, is taking fresh forms.

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Fundraising from Zelston to Zoom

Fundraising from Zelston to Zoom

by Michael Ford 16 October 2020

One part of building thriving Christian communities is finding fresh ways to engage people where they are, and to ensure that not everything is run on computers and the internet.

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