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by gord — last modified 26 Mar, 2019 01:17 PM
Café Bienvenue welcomes the community

Café Bienvenue welcomes the community

by Michael Ford 16 February 2022

St James' Church, Ludgershall and Faberstown, are determined to bring their community together, and as part of this have started successful men's and women's breakfasts.

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Cheerful Chirton Primary School embrace their spirituality

Cheerful Chirton Primary School embrace their spirituality

by Michael Ford 16 February 2022

Chirton Primary School made a special video in response to Children's Mental Health Week, which took place last week.

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Your Vocations Team – here to support you

Your Vocations Team – here to support you

by Michael Ford 16 February 2022

As you seek ways to encourage gifting and build team in your communities, the Vocations Team are here to help.

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Diocesan Synod discusses 'mixed-ecology' church

Diocesan Synod discusses 'mixed-ecology' church

by Michael Ford 21 February 2022

Mixed ecology Church is a hot topic among Christians at the moment, especially as we look to the future, and are still emerging from the effects of a global pandemic on individual parishes.

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Diocesan Synod February 2022: A 'can-do' people

Diocesan Synod February 2022: A 'can-do' people

by Michael Ford 16 February 2022

Diocesan Synod gathered over Zoom on Saturday 12 February. The Revd Chris Tebbutt began the session by leading Morning Prayer, following which, Bishop Karen gave her Presidential address.

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Study the Bible with Home for Good

Study the Bible with Home for Good

by Michael Ford 9 February 2022

Home for Good, a movement that speaks up and steps up for the needs of vulnerable children, have released a new four-week Bible study which covers topics of justice, radical hospitality, family and church. This comprehensive resource is available for free.

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Hope for breakfast

Hope for breakfast

by Michael Ford 9 February 2022

A new Rural Hope Initiative, St Nick's Café at Durweston, has kicked off after months of planning and hurdles – the pandemic being an obvious one.

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Retirement of Church Newsletter Editor after 45 years

Retirement of Church Newsletter Editor after 45 years

by Michael Ford 9 February 2022

A Parish Newsletter commenced in the newly formed United Benefice of All Cannings. Bishop’s Cannings and Etchilhampton in 1977. Since that time, Mrs Sue Cowdry has been responsible for its’ editing, publication and distribution.

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Creation care: chat about it

Creation care: chat about it

by Michael Ford 9 February 2022

The Revd Trudy Hobson, Team Rector, Upper Wylye Valley Team, has written the first in a series from the Diocesan Environment Group about what to do to care for God’s wonderful creation. First up, how do we talk about climate change?

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Racial Justice Sunday

Racial Justice Sunday

by Michael Ford 9 February 2022

Racial Justice Sunday is taking place 13 February, and we are all invited to take part. Justice is for everybody, and where there is injustice, it is our responsibility to fight for it – as it reflects God's heart for his people. Find out how be involved...

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