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by ben last modified 02 Dec, 2010 05:13 PM
The latest news from the Diocese of Salisbury
Open the Book is back! by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Feb, 2021 07:16 PM
Julie Walker in Ludgershall says: "After nearly a year and unable to visit our schools, Open the Book is back. We still can’t visit our schools in person, so we keep in touch by videoing the ‘Open the Book’ stories.
Making the most of Easter by Michael Ford — last modified 18 Feb, 2021 07:16 PM
Canon Richard Hancock (Rural Field Officer for Dorset) and Canon Janet Smith (Energising Local Ministry Officer for the Diocese) are hosting an Easter webinar on 6th March.
Tributes pour in for Bishop Nicholas by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:47 PM
Bishop Nicholas has announced he will retire on 3rd July 2021, a month short of his 67th birthday. He will have been Bishop of Salisbury for 10 years.
Ash Wednesday 2021 by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:47 PM
Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, a Christian holy day of prayer and fasting. It is preceded by Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) and falls on the first day of Lent, which marks 6 weeks of penitence before Easter.
Testing to protect, testing to find by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:47 PM
Public Health Dorset is setting up a Dorset Community Rapid Testing Service.
A Big Sleep at Home to help the homeless by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:46 PM
Christian charity Alabaré is calling on people across the UK to take part in the Big Sleep at Home event on 5th March, in a necessary change from the annual group sleepout at Salisbury Cathedral and other places.
Hearts of Love are spreading by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:46 PM
We’re partnering with the Diocese of Gloucester to spread some love with a colour-in hearts pack which you can put up in your window and share with family, friends and neighbours, and pictures are starting to come in ahead of Valentine's Day on Sunday.
Light in the Darkness by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:46 PM
As our parishes seek to bring hope and transformation to their communities, many new approaches come directly from thinking about the local area, responding to needs, and literally shining out the hope of the Christian gospel.
Tolling a bell 100 times by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:45 PM
A number of parishes have responded to a last-minute informal invitation to mark 100,000 tragic Covid-19 deaths by tolling their church bells.
Lost Words, snowdrops and bluebells by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:45 PM
Wiltshire's Longford CE VC Primary School has been spreading Christian cheer through art and poetry.
Lockdown 1: Impact on Wiltshire Youth by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:45 PM
In these times of pandemic, many children and young people are forced to stay at home, with work set remotely by their teachers and lecturers, and some are struggling to access learning due to a lack of technology, at a time when socialising is not just frowned upon but is potentially dangerous.
Supporting Bereaved Children and Young People by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:44 PM
As the news about coronavirus remains high profile in the news, bereavement, grief and death are issues that many children and young people will be experiencing or concerned about, and our parishes and schools are very much involved in offering support.
Generous Giving by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:44 PM
Clergy from around the Diocese attended a Zoom ‘Archdeaconry Day’ on 9th February to hear about our Diocesan Giving Campaign, due to start in September.
"Keep your fork" by Michael Ford — last modified 12 Feb, 2021 08:43 PM
Why would a terminally-ill woman ask to be buried with a fork in her hand?
Remembering Mrs Jan Taylor, the wife of former Archdeacon of Sherborne Paul Taylor by Michael Ford — last modified 04 Feb, 2021 01:54 PM
Jan died on Friday 29th January.
Archbishops invite nation to join them in daily prayer by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2021 08:06 PM
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting the nation to join them in prayer every evening, as Covid deaths have passed the 100,000 mark.
Women in the Shadows by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2021 08:06 PM
The Clewer Initiative has provided a strong resource to highlight the plight of women and girls caught up in modern slavery, raising awareness of the issues people face in our communities and across the world today.
'We give thanks for his wise support' by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2021 08:06 PM
More tributes and praise have been coming in for Bishop Nicholas as the announcement of his retirement in July sinks in.
Light a Candle: a chance to share your thanks, hopes and memories by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2021 08:05 PM
Marking just over a year since the first person in the UK died of Covid-19, Salisbury Cathedral has launched Light a Candle, a virtual community of prayer and light where people can reflect on a year that has challenged us all, and express their hopes and prayers for the year ahead.
Pancakes are back! by Michael Ford — last modified 03 Feb, 2021 08:05 PM
The Wimborne Minster Pancake Race is back on - a local community group stepped in and made it virtual.

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