Diocesan News

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New mental health support on offer from local Christian charity

New mental health support on offer from local Christian charity

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

A new support service for those struggling with their emotional or mental wellbeing has been launched in Salisbury by local charity Alabaré.

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Putting a little bit away

Putting a little bit away

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

Lent traditionally has been a time where churches have held lunches with the proceeds going to charity, particularly Christian Aid.

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Shining Star

Shining Star

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

Blandford Church is using a shining star as a message of Renewing Hope during the coronavirus.

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Lifting the spirits again with poems and prose

Lifting the spirits again with poems and prose

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

We are still receiving some wonderful poems and prose to lift our spirits.

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Palm Sunday inventive and popular

Palm Sunday inventive and popular

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

With coronavirus restrictions in place, Palm Sunday was still celebrated across our Diocese in the most inventive ways.

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South West Prays

South West Prays

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

Churches across the South West are being asked to unite in prayer on Easter Sunday evening at 8pm to pray for our region.

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Easter Egg Trees

Easter Egg Trees

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

With the church closed, our Rural Field Officer for Dorset has devised a plan to bring the communities together while in lockdown this Easter.

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Spring Harvest comes Home

Spring Harvest comes Home

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

Spring Harvest is a national teaching and worship event held every year during the Easter holidays. It’s for everybody and is an inspiring mix of holiday, festival, conference and encounter with God.

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Virus case sparks fears and prayers

Virus case sparks fears and prayers

by Michael Ford 9 April 2020

South Sudan has announced its first case of coronavirus.

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A Quiet Day at Home

A Quiet Day at Home

by Michael Ford 8 April 2020

When a Benefice Quiet Day at the Langford Lakes had to be cancelled, one Wiltshire priest invited his parishioners to set up their own 'Quiet Day at Home'.

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