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by ben last modified 02 Dec, 2010 05:13 PM
The latest news from the Diocese of Salisbury
Racial Justice Sunday by Michael Ford — last modified 09 Feb, 2022 04:29 PM
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...
Introducing Lorna Johnson by Michael Ford — last modified 09 Feb, 2022 04:29 PM
Lorna Johnson, the second of two new Community Hub Advisors, has begun her role with the diocese.
Wimborne Minster marks Accession Day by Michael Ford — last modified 09 Feb, 2022 04:29 PM
Special readings and prayers were said at the Parish Eucharist in Wimborne Minster to mark the 70th Accession Day, the anniversary of the accession to the Throne of Her Majesty, The Queen.
A church goes wild by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2022 10:53 AM
Last year, we spoke to The Revd Matt Smith, Curate at St Nicholas Church in Corfe Mullen about Wild Church, a new gathering that they had just launched. It has been a great success, and we've caught up with him to hear more, and why people keep coming back.
#LiveLent: Embracing Justice by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2022 10:53 AM
Last week, National Church launched this year's #LiveLent campaign, for which the theme is 'Embracing Justice'. To mark the launch, Isabelle Hamley (author of this year's Lent Book commissioned by Archbishop Justin Welby), hosted a conversation about justice. Isabelle also introduced us to the resources that we can use over lent as church communities and at home.
Reclaiming and repurposing an old vicarage by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2022 10:52 AM
After driving past an old vicarage being used as a language school during his holidays in the 80s, Joe Hobday, Youthwork Pioneer, has shared his excitement as Radipole and Melcombe Regis Parish has re-acquired the building. It is now to serve the community and the church in countless ways as Hope House, and Joe has come full circle to lead the project.
Hallelujah! Hundreds of Hymns by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2022 10:51 AM
Martin Cooke, the ever energetic and enthusiastic Director of Music at Holy Trinity Bradford on Avon, is never short of ideas! So from 10am-6.30pm (pretty much non-stop) on Saturday 29 January, he was seated at the organ console achieving his 628 hymn challenge, which was every hymn in the hymnbook.
Lyme Bay Deanery Synod by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2022 10:49 AM
Two week's ago, Lyme Bay deanery synod gathered to discuss and better understand the Mission and Pastoral Plan. Rural Field Officer, The Revd Margaret Preuss-Higham has shared what she learned, and even got a bonus glimpse of God's glory, through creation, on her journey home.
A year of discipleship at St Mary's Longfleet Poole by Michael Ford — last modified 02 Feb, 2022 05:16 PM
St Mary's Longfleet, Poole, have opened applications for anyone aged 18-24 to join them for a year of discipleship, learning, and service, as part of the New Wine Discipleship Year. Previous intern, Will Triffit has shared why it's so special.
Tweet your way through the day: David Pain by Michael Ford — last modified 26 Jan, 2022 08:55 PM
Every Tuesday, we are handing over the reins of social media to a different individual, to showcase their daily life within the Diocese. This week Diocesan Secretary, David Pain, took us with him for a day in his shoes. Here's a roundup:
Sharing the joy of Gin Church by Michael Ford — last modified 26 Jan, 2022 08:55 PM
The Revd Jo Neary has spoken with BBC Radio Solent about some exciting projects in the Beaminster Area team, and has expressed her joy at being able to share them with others. Read on for more and to listen to the interview.
A retired vicar set to lead a cycle pilgrimage by Michael Ford — last modified 26 Jan, 2022 08:54 PM
Retired vicar living in Pewsey, Robert de Berry, who will be eighty in June, is organising a bike pilgrimage to raise money for persecuted Christians. He is encouraging members of Salisbury Diocese to join or pray.
Soon to be Arts Centre hosts Bishop Andrew by Michael Ford — last modified 26 Jan, 2022 08:54 PM
Last Saturday St Mary’s, Devizes had a full house. Bishop Andrew had come to launch his latest project, his book “English Grounds” and to share his love of landscape, local history and our very human interaction with land, locality and each other.
A Bible based challenge to build a community by Michael Ford — last modified 26 Jan, 2022 08:54 PM
The past two years have not been easy on anybody. The Revd Caroline Husband of Holy Trinity Dilton Marsh found herself wondering how best to rebuild her community. Struggling to find inspirational material to guide her, she is holding a series of conversations based and listened to her congregation instead. This led to the priorities: Being energised by faith, and seeking God's will and carrying it out.
Keeping it green by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 09:07 AM
Westbury Leigh Primary School are celebrating being a green Eco School .
From Forest Church to Farm Church by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 09:07 AM
The Upper Wylye Valley Team recently held their annual Plough Sunday Service. This year it was held in Manor Farm in Codford, where the local farmer, also a worship leader, organised and led the service.
Meet Hannah, Community Hub Development Adviser by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 09:05 AM
The diocesan staff welcome one of two new advisors, Hannah Tarring, who will be supporting the growth of Community Hubs across Salisbury Diocese.
Introducing Nina by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 09:04 AM
The Diocese has commissioned an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor to work alongside victims and survivors.
Avon Valley Churches' Girl Bishop delivers final address by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 08:59 AM
Avon Valley Churches’ Emily Albury gave her final address as Girl Bishop at St Mary’s Church in Fordingbridge this week. During a heartfelt sermon, in which she focused on her passion for nature and the environment, Emily encouraged and challenged us all to try and help preserve the wonderful natural world God gave us with a list of achievable aims for the year.
The genesis of Routes to Roots by Michael Ford — last modified 20 Jan, 2022 08:56 AM
Last week, on a tour of the diocese, Dean Stephen returned to his hometown of Poole to meet some of the people who are making a difference in their communities because of the love they have for God. One such group was Routes to Roots, a charity helping the homeless and vulnerably housed, and about to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

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