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by ben last modified 02 Dec, 2010 05:13 PM
The latest news from the Diocese of Salisbury
Meet our new Priests for 2020 by Michael Ford — last modified 22 Sep, 2020 10:27 AM
On Saturday 26th September, Bishop Karen and Bishop Andrew will ordain 7 Deacons from our Diocese as Priests, in 3 separate locations.
Meet our new Deacons for 2020 by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:14 PM
On Saturday 26th September, 14 new deacons will be ordained by Bishop Nicholas in 2 groups of 7 in our Cathedral during services at 9.00am and 11.00am.
Harvest of a Quiet Eye by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:14 PM
One of the great strengths of the Diocese of Salisbury is our treasure trove of priests, lay ministers, parish officers, staff and others who produce resources and write books. This is a key part of our commitment to discipleship in this part of the world.
Pause for Thought by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:14 PM
Since March, many things have changed across our Diocese, across the Church and across the world. As change continues, and Covid-19 practices develop, it can be helpful to take stock.
'It felt like going home' by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:14 PM
Ahead of the 'Rule of 6' measures introduced on Monday 14th September, some churches are starting to host services again, partly restoring face-to-face contact, with Covid-19 measures in place.
Decluttering for charity by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:13 PM
Many of our parishes have supported charities for decades, and Christian Aid has always been a key charity partner for us. In these changing times, fundraising has become ever more creative.
Homelessness in the Bible and Today by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:13 PM
Christian charity Alabaré has launched a new 5-session Bible study course this week, ‘Homelessness in the Bible and Today’, to provide insight into and understanding of the causes of homelessness and the complex issues faced by those living in crisis.
Huw Edwards announces church funding boost by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:13 PM
Maintaining the fabric of our listed buildings, for practical reasons and as a witness to the work of God in transforming communities, is ongoing across our Diocese. Securing external funding is achieved in a number of ways.
Vocations Enquiry Morning by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:12 PM
A foundational strand of life and work in this Diocese is that God calls each of us by name, and the heart of responding to our vocation is to be the unique person God calls us to be.
Reflecting on Creation by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:12 PM
In this Eco Diocese, a number of parishes are joining in wholeheartedly with the Season of Creation that runs from 1st September to St Francis Day (4th October) each year.
Serving a Holy Saviour by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Sep, 2020 10:12 PM
In a number of our parishes, many people seek to do more than attend services - they humbly offer their time and gifts, and hear the call of God as they do so.
Grateful thanks from the Sudans by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:54 PM
Canon Dr Joseph Bilal of the Episcopal University in Juba sends us this message:
The 'rule of 6' by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:49 PM
New ‘rule of 6’ restrictions to help limit the spread of coronavirus have been announced.
An "Impressionist" Wedding by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:48 PM
Our ministry teams are busy catching up with weddings that were cancelled during lockdown, and even with just 30 people attending, they have proved memorable events.
Hospitality, friendship, and Creation by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:48 PM
As an Eco Diocese, we treasure those who pioneer a gentler way of life - even if that means them holding their ground.
A Final Push by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:47 PM
Our Aquadeacon is on the final stretch of her epic swim to raise money for a spinal injuries charity.
Local Learning by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:47 PM
Study is a key part of discipleship in this Diocese, whether at home, in a church study group, or on an accredited course from our ministry partners at Sarum College. For many people, this can be a crucial step on the road to licensed or ordained ministry.
Prayerwalking Three Valleys by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:47 PM
Pilgrimage is embedded in the rich history of Dorset and Wiltshire, with a number of routes criss-crossing our diocesan area, and new routes are being devised all the time.
Keeping Vigil for the Earth by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:46 PM
The Church season of Creationtide runs from from 1st September to 4th October, with a theme this year of 'Jubilee for the Earth'. There have been a number of parish initiatives in this Diocese, including services for Climate Sunday, and some are joining in with wider initiatives.
New Rhythms, New Hope by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Sep, 2020 09:46 PM
Our Diocesan Environment Group has been busy for this year's Season of Creation, which runs from 1st September till 4th October. This year's theme is 'Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope.'

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