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Drawing clergy together

The annual clergy day invited clergy from across the diocese to come together


Salisbury diocese part of pilot to launch new worshipping communities

40 pilot projects have been chosen to create new worshipping communities through partnerships between schools and churches


Eleven deacons and eleven priests ordained this Petertide

Eleven new priests and eleven deacons were ordained in services over the weekend, with one priest who has waited 14 years after her diocese voted against ordination of women to be ordained in Jersey this evening


Praying for New Deacons and Priests

With ordinations happening this weekend, we encourage the Diocese as a whole to pray together for those being ordained, as they start their new ministry

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Engaging the Next Generation

Rob Sallis, Youth Pastor at SML Poole, shares some of the amazing things going on with young people in Dorset as well as opportunities in July for church leaders and young people to get involved.

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Humanitarian crisis in Sudan

Rev Canon Ian Woodward shares an update from the terrible continuing crisis in Sudan, to which the Diocese of Salisbury is linked

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Celebration service for 30 years of women priests

Celebration service led by Bishop Karen and Bishop June Osborne, to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the ordination of women as priests in this diocese

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'Let us recommit ourselves to the path of peace as we commemorate D Day'

"On this day we hold before our heavenly Father those whose memory we cherish and those whose names we will never know. We ask for our Father’s strength to help lift our eyes above the torment of this broken world and that he may give us the grace to pray for those who wish us harm", writes the Archdeacon the Army, Stephen Dunwoody, who is based in Wiltshire and is a Canon of Salisbury Cathedral

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Pray your part this General Election 2024

A briefing with prayer points has been produced in this diocese to aid reflections, in support of the Church of England's pray your part campaign, to encourage prayer and participation this election season.


Four new canons join Salisbury Cathedral’s College of Canons

During Evensong on last Thursday, three non-residentiary canons and a lay canon will be installed into the College of Canons at Salisbury Cathedral, by invitation of the Right Reverend Stephen Lake, Bishop of Salisbury.

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