Diocesan News

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A Church Unleashed: Spring Harvest 2020

A Church Unleashed: Spring Harvest 2020

by Michael Ford 22 January 2020

The organisers of this year's Spring Harvest have issued an open invitation for Christians to attend.

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Help for emergency roof repairs

Help for emergency roof repairs

by Michael Ford 16 January 2020

The Diocese has stepped in to help after a Wiltshire church found itself in a desperate situation with its roof close to collapse.

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Replacement organ strikes the right note

Replacement organ strikes the right note

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

With the generous support of a number of grant giving bodies and a local benefactor, one of our Dorset churches has been able to install a replacement organ.

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A News Year Resolution

A News Year Resolution

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

Have you made and broken any New Year's Resolutions yet? Well, how about making a News Year Resolution?

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Community Hubs bring outreach and a listening voice

Community Hubs bring outreach and a listening voice

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

Diocesan advisers have launched 3 Community Hubs as part of an outreach programme they hope to expand across the Diocese.

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A Challenging Walk

A Challenging Walk

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

Fancy the challenge of walking part of the historic Camino in Spain whilst supporting Poole Hospital?

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Inclusive Cathedral Evensong service praised

Inclusive Cathedral Evensong service praised

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

Praise has been given for an innovative Evensong service at our Cathedral.

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Welcome!

Welcome!

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

The Blackmore Vale has welcomed 6 new commissioned lay leaders.

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Cosmic work

Cosmic work

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

A Dorset church has launched a youth group that builds on the success of their Sunday School.

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Easier through the eye of a needle?

Easier through the eye of a needle?

by Michael Ford 15 January 2020

It might be easier for a camel to get through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to get into heaven - but how about through a church porch?

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