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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Help for South Sudan

Help for South Sudan

by Gerry Lynch 6 March 2017

Bishop’s appeal to save lives after UN declares famine

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Coffee for all

Coffee for all

by Gerry Lynch 2 March 2017

Church-run café serves all on Salisbury's Bishopdown Farm estate

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A Moving Lenten Message

A Moving Lenten Message

by Gerry Lynch 2 March 2017

Bishop Michael Perham preaches final Ash Wednesday sermon at Salisbury Cathedral

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Now Hear This!

Now Hear This!

by Michael Ford 22 February 2017

After 12 years of marriage, our Chaplain with Deaf and Hard of Hearing People and his wife have heard each other’s voices for the first time.

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Trees for Sacred Spaces

Trees for Sacred Spaces

by Michael Ford 21 February 2017

As the Church of England's lead bishop on the environment, the Bishop of Salisbury has added his support to a scheme which enables Greater London churches to plant trees that support bees and other pollinators.

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Striding Through the Rain

Striding Through the Rain

by Gerry Lynch 16 February 2017

Despite torrential rain, Ride+Stride raises over £100k across Dorset and Wilts

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Celebrating A Millennium

Celebrating A Millennium

by Gerry Lynch 15 February 2017

New book reveals history of storied Wiltshire church

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Pealing for Peace- A Correction

Pealing for Peace- A Correction

by Michael Ford 13 February 2017

Westwood bells rang out- but not a full peal, and not just for Syria. Letter printed below, with apologies for the original errors.

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Do I Know You?

Do I Know You?

by Gerry Lynch 10 February 2017

Cathedral installation offers new perspective on homelessness

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£5,000 for Faith, Technology and Tomorrow

£5,000 for Faith, Technology and Tomorrow

by Michael Ford 10 February 2017

A project at St Mary’s Church Longfleet is to receive over £5,000 funding as part of the Scientists in Congregations grant scheme to foster better understanding between science and faith.

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