Diocesan News

by gord last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Lighting up our diocese with Prayer

Lighting up our diocese with Prayer

by Michael Ford 8 May 2019

Local parishes and communities throughout the Diocese are being encouraged to join with churches nationally to 'Light Up the World' for the Thy Kingdom Come initiative.

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Green Health 2

Green Health 2

by Michael Ford 8 May 2019

A Green Health event is being held at Lambeth Palace again this year.

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New Canon Precentor arrives

New Canon Precentor arrives

by Michael Ford 8 May 2019

Salisbury Cathedral’s new Canon Precentor, the Revd Anna Macham, was installed during 4.30pm Evensong on Sunday (5 May).

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Apppointing Parish Safeguarding Officers: new guidelines

Apppointing Parish Safeguarding Officers: new guidelines

by Michael Ford 8 May 2019

The Diocesan Safeguarding Management Group has approved new documents setting out the role of Parish Safeguarding Officers and setting out the process for appointing a PSO.

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Coming Back Fighting

Coming Back Fighting

by Michael Ford 26 April 2019

Award-winning British singer-songwriter Philippa Hanna played to an enthusiastic audience of over 150 people at St Mark’s Church Salisbury, celebrating St Mark’s Day on Thursday (25 April).

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Archbishops ask cathedrals and churches to toll bells for Notre Dame

Archbishops ask cathedrals and churches to toll bells for Notre Dame

by Michael Ford 17 April 2019

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are encouraging, where possible, all cathedrals and churches across England to toll a bell for 7 minutes at 7pm this Thursday (18 April), as a mark of solidarity following the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral.

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Salisbury is the best

Salisbury is the best

by Michael Ford 17 April 2019

Salisbury has been named the best place to live in the UK by an expert panel.

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Four Royal Maundy Money recipients are from Dorset and Wiltshire

Four Royal Maundy Money recipients are from Dorset and Wiltshire

by Michael Ford 16 April 2019

A Swyre sheep farmer and an 80 year old who has attended her Shillingstone Parish Church since birth, along with an 85 year old resident of Cathedral Close and a pensioner charity worker from Holt, have been nominated to receive Maundy Money from the Queen this Easter.

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Expert Rural Panellist announced

Expert Rural Panellist announced

by Michael Ford 16 April 2019

The first expert panellist for the Rural Hope Ministry and Mission Day has been announced and it is the Director for the 'Growing in God in the Countryside' project.

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Ride and Stride in Wiltshire

Ride and Stride in Wiltshire

by Michael Ford 16 April 2019

The popular Wiltshire Ride and Stride will be taking place this year on Saturday 14 September.

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