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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Trying a Christmas Nativity Trail

Trying a Christmas Nativity Trail

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

In this festive season, current restrictions are no barrier to ingenuity and community spirit. Many churches are working together across denominations to make the most of their collective resources and share the 'reason for the season'.

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Have a Safe Christmas

Have a Safe Christmas

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Wiltshire and Dorset Police have issued their top tips for the Advent and Christmas season.

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A Christmas warm-up

A Christmas warm-up

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

As many are finding it tough after years of austerity, with pandemic restrictions in tiers and many needing support, charities linked with our Bishops and parishes are appealing for funds for the vulnerable.

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Virtual Blue Light Carol Service

Virtual Blue Light Carol Service

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Our Emergency Services work round the clock to keep us safe and healthy, and many have strong links with parishes, not least in referrals or chaplaincy work.

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Lap of honour

Lap of honour

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Epitomising the determination we need in these changing times, our parishioners are fundraising whatever the weather.

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Counting on Eco Church

Counting on Eco Church

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

As we aim for the Gold standard as an Eco Diocese and as Eco Churches, our parishes continue to forge ahead - and data plays a key role in choosing what to tackle first.

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Vocations Enquiry Morning

Vocations Enquiry Morning

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Our next diocesan Vocations event is on Saturday 23rd January, via Zoom.

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Letting the Light in

Letting the Light in

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

In this Eco Diocese, we encourage forward-thinking ideas to address the Climate Emergency, save emissions and make the best of our resources. So why not use free sunlight?

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From Mothers’ Union, with love

From Mothers’ Union, with love

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Diocesan President Rosie Stiven gives us some December highlights on determined campaigning, prisons work, and facing challenges with renewed hope.

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Enriching Rural Teaching

Enriching Rural Teaching

by Michael Ford 11 December 2020

Today the Church of England, Teach First and Chartered College of Teaching have launched an exciting project that will enrich teaching in rural areas. The Diocese of Salisbury is not only proud to be among 10 dioceses working within ‘The Rural Teaching Partnership’, but because of our strong ‘match’ to the project objectives, one of our Board of Education Team has been asked to lead on it nationally.

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