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Churchwardens, Making Jesus Known and our relationships - a day at synod

Diocesan Synod met to discuss the new Making Jesus Known vision, the introduction of a new system of Share, the work of our cshools and the shortage of churchwardens.

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Pathways for Mission day

Last Thursday over 40 church and school leaders attended the Missional Pathway Induction Day at Emmaus House. Missional Pathways sit within the Creative Partnerships in Local Mission strand of the Diocesan vision to Make Jesus Known.

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Update on conflict in the Sudans

Canon Ian Woodward, Chairman of our Salisbury Sudans Partnership Link gives us an update on the situation in the Sudans

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'Come and Play' at Cerne Abbas St Mary’s Church

Every Monday morning, Cerne Abbas St Mary’s Church host 'Come and Play'. This is targeted at young families, timed to start after drop off at the School. The church is transformed, by an amazing group of dedicated volunteers, into toddler paradise and the parents have opportunity for conversation and mutual support.


25 years of Janice and Jean's Ministry in Christ Church, Creekmoor

On Sunday 28 January, over 180 people, filled Christ Church, Creekmoor with love and best wishes, as we celebrated 25 amazing years of Janice and Jean’s ministry.


Worshippers flock to Salisbury Cathedral over Christmas

In the first lockdown, Salisbury Cathedral had to turn worshippers away, due to being closed because of government rules, at Christmas services last month, the Cathedral had to turn a hundred away as pews were packed to full capacity.

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Salisbury Cathedral unveils two new altars created by sculptor William Pye

On Sunday 14 January after more than 10 years of planning, selecting and commissioning designs, Salisbury Cathedral formally unveiled two new altars, which were consecrated by Bishop Stephen during the 10.30 Eucharist.

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Plough Sunday, Church of St Peter and St Paul Caundle Marsh

Following the very successful tractor run in October, last Sunday, St Peter and St Paul Caundle Marsh hosted a modern Plough Sunday Service.


The 'Beehive' at St Peter's, Stourton Caundle

St Peter Stourton Caundle applied for a grant from the Aldhelm Mission Fund to develop a new community outreach cafe in the village, called The Beehive which meets in the village hall every Thursday. This project has been led and managed by Rachel Page, Lay Pastoral Assistant, with the support of her husband, Rob and a small team.


Origami helping HMP Erlestoke inmates rehabilitate

Helen Holtam MBE began Origami classes in HMP Erlestoke in 2017, as part of 'Friends of Erlestoke prison' group. Helen from there created 'Origami inside', her website to sell the items the prisoners make. All profits earned from the sale of the cards and sculptures go towards the rehabilitation of prisoners. The Origami allows prisoners to be creative and engage in an activity which is seen as therapeutic. One maker said, ‘I’ve been in prison for 14 years and never until today have I forgotten where I am for a whole morning’.

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