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by ben last modified 02 Dec, 2010 05:13 PM
The latest news from the Diocese of Salisbury
200K for Community Advisors by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:03 PM
The Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education is delighted to announce they have been awarded a £200,000 grant, across three years, from Allchurches Trust.
Harvest 2021 by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:03 PM
As our parishes become more internet-savvy, the line between 'in person' and 'online' is becoming blurred - but in a good way. Face-to-face services are often broadcast to those at home, and quality photography brings home the care taken in displays, activities and services.
In the footsteps of Columba by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:03 PM
Next week, Bishop Karen and the Revd Louise Ellis, Vicar of Lilliput, will be leading a long-awaited Diocesan pilgrimage to the Isle of Iona.
This church is going Wild! by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:02 PM
During lockdown, many of us took the opportunity to explore our local area during daily exercise and this, along with awareness of climate and sustainability issues, has inspired fresh thinking.
Stop modern slavery, starting now by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:02 PM
The #1Life1Voice Stop Modern Slavery project gets under way this week.
#OrdinaryActivists, part 3 by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:02 PM
One of our School Improvement Advisers, Debbie Heritage, has featured in the Clewer Initiative's national campaign against modern slavery, ahead of Anti-Slavery day on 18th October.
A taste of pioneer ministry by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:02 PM
The Diocese is partnering with the Diocese of Bath & Wells and Church Mission Society to run the CMS certificate - a new course for the formation and training of lay pioneers. Two taster events are taking place in November.
Does the parish need saving? by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:02 PM
Bishop Andrew is taking part in a lively online debate on Wednesday that will be discussing this question, and checking whether claims that the parish system is being dismantled are really accurate.
Pray for COP26 by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:01 PM
Many young people are mobilising ahead of the COP26 climate change talks in Glasgow next month. Some are arranging protests, some are wondering what to do - but some are asking their peers to pray.
The Sudans Day 2021 by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:01 PM
An annual fixture, the Sudans Day is usually held in October in a venue in our Diocese, and features celebration and challenge in equal measure.
Call of the sea by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:01 PM
Our Diocesan Director of Communications and co-editor of Grapevine is leaving us after three busy years that included overseeing our communications during the pandemic.
Take part in Songs of Praise in Salisbury Cathedral! by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:00 PM
The BBC will be filming and recording the Young Chorister of the Year competition for BBC TV and Radio 2, and congregational singing for an Advent episode of Songs of Praise.
Sudans Day 2021 by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:28 AM
This year's main update on the current social and political situation in Sudan and South Sudan, and on the work of the Deaneries and the Sudan Committee, takes place at St Francis' Church, Salisbury next month.
Being social at the Village Pump by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:26 AM
The informal 'Village Pump' monthly meeting continues to go from strength to strength, as those involved in rural life at grass roots gather for discussion and encouragement.
Soirée for Sudan by Michael Ford — last modified 15 Oct, 2021 10:24 AM
Lord Cranborne is hosting an evening of wine, canapés and music on 8th September to support the Sudan Medical Link.
Our Response by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Oct, 2021 09:37 PM
Our Diocesan Generous Giving campaign is in its final stages and, after focusing on Thanksgiving, Week Four - starting on Sunday 3rd October - sees us focus on Our Response as we give thanks for all we have received ourselves and for all the generosity that has come before which has made our churches what they are today.
Transforming our Giving by Michael Ford — last modified 08 Oct, 2021 11:00 AM
As our Generous Giving Campaign draws to a close, we are asked to consider how we respond to God's own generosity to us, thankful for what we have, and our parishes are prayerfully considering stepping up to fund our mission and ministry in Wiltshire, Dorset and other places. An extra £2 a week could make all the difference, and some may be able to afford more.
Ride and Stride 2021 by Michael Ford — last modified 07 Oct, 2021 10:05 PM
In our parishes, as we gear up to be generous in our giving, an annual classic is Ride and Stride, as parishioners enjoy the blessings of the countryside and characterful churches as they fundraise for the upkeep of their historic buildings.
The fête of the local church by Michael Ford — last modified 07 Oct, 2021 10:05 PM
There’s a growing buzz about the monthly Village Pump sessions run by Rural Field Officer Richard Hancock, and one small church has more than doubled its revenue from the annual fête.
The Women's Shed by Michael Ford — last modified 07 Oct, 2021 10:05 PM
Ever-resourceful, our parishes keep in touch with their local communities, and outreach continues to develop fresh forms as a result. You may have heard of the Men's Shed movement - this has been joined by a new venture from the north of our Diocese.

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