Diocesan News

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Remembering in Dorset

Remembering in Dorset

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

The first public service to remember those who have been killed or injured on its roads and those who serve them was greeted with praise by victims' families.

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Only 13 weeks till Christmas!

Only 13 weeks till Christmas!

by Michael Ford 3 October 2019

It's never to early to start advertising your Christmas events, especially when they are as big and as popular as the St Thomas’s Decorated Tree Festival.

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Bishop thanks climate strikers for their care

Bishop thanks climate strikers for their care

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

Bishop Nicholas has thanked students for preparing with care for last Friday's Climate Strike and suggested Churches might invite schools to come and pray about the care of God's creation.

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Archdeacon "Swims the Channel"

Archdeacon "Swims the Channel"

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

After undergoing a hip replacement early this year, the Archdeacon of Wilts is now undertaking a massive swimming challenge to help gain independence for people paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury.

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Kitting out Prayer Spaces

Kitting out Prayer Spaces

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

The first loan of our Rural Hope Prayer Station Kit is happening this week.

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Retreat with your feet

Retreat with your feet

by Michael Ford 26 September 2019

Early this month the Revd Helen Dawes joined a walking retreat led by the Archdeacon of Sarum.

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Becoming a confident Christian

Becoming a confident Christian

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

Do you find the thought of talking about Jesus to friends, neighbours, classmates or colleagues daunting?

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Deaf Awareness

Deaf Awareness

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

Have you ever considered what it would be like for a deaf person to enter your church for the first time?

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Be our "eyes and ears" for lead thefts, say police

Be our "eyes and ears" for lead thefts, say police

by Michael Ford 2 October 2019

The public are being asked to be the "eyes and ears of the police" and be on the look out for suspicious activity that might mean lead thieves are in their area.

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New arrivals

New arrivals

by Michael Ford 25 September 2019

Tony Edmonds, who has been interim Vocations co-ordinator for the Diocese has been appointed as our new LLM Training Officer.

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