Diocesan News

by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
‘Knit for a Change’ this Christmas!

‘Knit for a Change’ this Christmas!

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

A creative way to support homeless and vulnerable people this Christmas has been launched by Salisbury-based Christian charity Alabaré with their ‘Knitting for a Change’ knitting kits.

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A space in the calendar

A space in the calendar

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

Have you got a story for our 2019 Advent Calendar? There is still room...

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Evenings to help with loss and relationships

Evenings to help with loss and relationships

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

A Dorset church is starting the New Year offering their community evening courses on bereavement and relationships.

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Salisbury's Hustings

Salisbury's Hustings

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

Bishop Nicholas said it was a "privilege" to chair the General Election Hustings organised by Churches Together in Salisbury.

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Joining the College of Evangelists

Joining the College of Evangelists

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

A Dorset priest has been commissioned to serve this Diocese as a member of the Archbishop’s College of Evangelists.

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Open the Book gets on the float

Open the Book gets on the float

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

In the year that Open the Book celebrates 20 years of sharing Bible stories with primary school assemblies, our Diocese has been celebrating with them.

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Anniversary Songs of Praise

Anniversary Songs of Praise

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

A west Dorset Vicar and his wife have celebrated their 50th anniversary with parishioners at a special Songs of Praise.

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Bringing light from darkness

Bringing light from darkness

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

A Weymouth Parish has used the theme of darkness to light to explore how they might bring light to the dark areas of Brexit and the climate crisis.

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Church support after animal attacks

Church support after animal attacks

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

Satanic symbols daubed on a New Forest church have been removed and the church is offering support to parishioners who lost their animals in series of apparently occult-inspired attacks.

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Improvised Music is both "a provocation and a blessing"

Improvised Music is both "a provocation and a blessing"

by Michael Ford 27 November 2019

As part of their long-established concert series, one of our smaller Wiltshire Churches has hosted an evening of improvised music that profoundly challenged and connected "faith and love and God and truth" in a way that both provoked and blessed those attending.

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