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Updated Listing NEW: Sunday 14 October, 3pm: WW1
War Memorial Dedication Ceremony at All Saints Chicklade, SP3 5SU
Until now, Chicklade has had no war memorial. As the centenary commemorations of the war draw to a close, we are proud to install in the church a wall plaque listing the names of those who fell, and a box made from oak from Great Ridge Wood felled in 1914 containing four ceramic poppies from the Tower.
The ceremony will be followed by tea.
Do come and join us for this very special occasion.
All Saints Chicklade lies on the north side of the A303, behind the Old Rectory bed and breakfast.
Inquiries to Felicity Trotman via .

Updated Listing Sunday 14 October, from 10am
Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrations at Pilsdon
10am: Tea & Coffee
11am: Service with Bishop Nicholas
12.45pm: Lunch
1.45pm: Warden's Address
2pm: Drama
3.30pm: Tea/ Coffee and Cake
Exhibition, gardens and farm animals for the children to see.
Page here
Please indicate, if possible, who is coming to lunch, for catering purposes.
Email .

Updated Listing Sunday 14 October, 3-5pm: Charity Events
World Homeless Day Afternoon Tea at South Canonry, Salisbury SP1 2ER
You are warmly invited to South Canonry in Salisbury Cathedral Close for afternoon tea, with speeches from both charities and stalls to find out more about Alabaré's different projects.
Feel free to bring friends and family. Donations (in aid of Alabaré & Friends of the Connection at St Martins-in-the-Fields) are most welcome.
Flyer and contact details

Updated Listing Wednesday 24 October, 7.30pm: Wholeness and Healing
Gateway Christian Healing Centre Meeting at St Katharine's Holt, BA14 6PZ
The Ven Stephen Robbins from the Ministry of Deliverance department of the Diocese of Salisbury.
Flyer here
Queries to Dawn Farmer via 01225 782717 or .
gatewaychristianhealing.co.uk

Updated Listing Thursday 25 October, 6.30pm
Pioneers of Modern Spirituality at Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Talk and book launch with Jane Shaw of the book of the 2017 Sarum Lectures, Pioneers of Modern Spirituality: the Neglected Anglican Innovators of a ‘Spiritual but not Religious’ Age. The ‘pioneers’ featured are Evelyn Underhill; Reginald Somerset Ward; Percy Dearmer and Rose Macaulay.
Free entry, refreshments, but booking essential.
Inquiries to Jenny Monds via 01722 424821 or .

Updated Listing Wednesday 31 October, 6.30pm
A Shaking Reality: Bishop Peter Price at Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury SP1 2EE
Peter Price, former Bishop of Bath and Wells will be in conversation with Christine Roberts about his new book A Shaking Reality. Christine formerly directed a retreat house in North Wales, and works in counselling and spirituality. The book is a series of reflections and prayers for Advent.
Inquiries to Jenny Monds via 01722 424821 or .

Updated Listing Friday 2 to Sunday 4 November: Environment
Wimborne Green Festival in Wimborne Minster
Celebrate Wimborne’s greening; networking opportunities; share environmental understanding; find new directions.
Fri, 7.30pm: ‘The True Cost’ film at the Allendale
Sat, 10am-3pm: ‘Green Bites’ talks and music at the Minster
Sat, 6.30pm: ‘Towards a Greener Wimborne’ talk and LOAF supper at the Church Hall
Sun, details TBC: Creation and the Environment focus in Worship
Flyer and Programme here
Any further details required, please contact Alison Francis on 01202 886938.

Updated Listing Saturday 3 November
Lest We Forget at St Mark’s Church, West Parley BH22 8EW
Music, readings, poetry to remember those who gave their lives and for the 100 years of peace since.
https://www.stmarks-allsaints-westparley.org.uk

Updated Listing Saturday 3 November, from 6.30pm: Charity Events, WW1
“To End All Wars” at the Minster Church of St Denys, Warminster BA12 8PQ
A talk given by Anthony Coutts-Britton, Fellow of the Guild of Battlefield Guides, to mark the centenary of the Armistice of 1918.
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Poster here
Entrance (£5 cash) to include refreshments. In aid of the church fabric fund.
All very welcome. Inquiries via 01985 215460.

Updated Listing Saturday 3 to Sunday 11 November, 10am to 4pm: Charity Events, WW1
Men of Eype and the Great War at St Peter's Church, Eype DT6 6AP
WW1 Commemoration Exhibition, Displays, Photos, Education Area, WW1 food. Biographies and family histories of Eype men who served their country, alongside artefacts and background, including screened loop of 100 original WW1 photographs.
Free entry; refreshments. Supported by West Dorset District Council. Donations for St. Peter's Church and Royal British Legion.
Inquiries to Janet Allen via .

Updated Listing Sunday 4 November, 3pm: Charity Events, WW1
We Will Remember Them: the RBL Poppy Appeal Remembrance Concert at Salisbury Guildhall, SP1 1JH
The concert ends with a Service of Remembrance led by the Revd Kelvin Inglis of Sarum St Thomas.
Poster here
Inquiries to Brian Easterbrook via brian.j.easterbrook@gmail.com.

Updated Listing Sunday 4 November, 3pm
Service of Light at St Mary’s Church, Winterborne Stickland DT11 0NT
Offering everyone time to come together to remember our loved ones.
This service consists of prayers, readings, music, and silence. Names of those who have died are read out, and candles are lit.
Poster here
For more details, contact the Revd Sue Litchfield via 01258 880054.

Updated Listing Friday 9 November, 7pm: Charity Events, WW1
St Michael and All Angel's Graffiti Update at Figheldean Village Hall, SP4 8 8JR
As the church in Wiltshire with the most graffiti from WW1 soldiers based here from New Zealand, Australia and Canada, Tony Hack from Wiltshire Medieval Graffiti Survey and Dan Miles, Resources Officer for Historic England will show a PowerPoint presentation of the remarkable facts and insights resulting from their work tracing relatives and families.
No charge, but donations welcome towards the restoration of our tower roof.
Inquiries to Trevor Woodbridge via .

Updated Listing Sunday 25 November, from 4pm
Introducing Taizé at the Minster Church of St Denys, Warminster BA12 8PQ
4pm: short 'Introducing the Taizé Community' film, questions to young people, discussion.
5pm: Taizé worship using words, chants and silence in the pattern of Taizé.
Refreshments after, with Christ the King cake and drinks!
Poster here
All very welcome. Inquiries via 01985 215460.

Updated Listing Wednesday 28 November, 7.30pm: Wholeness and Healing
Gateway Christian Healing Centre Meeting at St Katharine's Holt, BA14 6PZ
The Revd Helen Begley will speak on “Christian Healing and the New Age Movement”.
Flyer here
Queries to Dawn Farmer via 01225 782717 or .
gatewaychristianhealing.co.uk

Updated Listing Saturday 1 December, 7.30pm
Malcolm Guite: Songs and Sonnets for Advent at Yetminster Methodist Chapel, DT9 6LJ
The Reverend Dr Malcolm Guite, Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge and world- renowned poet and songwriter returns to the Benefice to explore the mystery, music and poetry of Advent.
Poster here
Sarum College Bookshop will have a stall on the night.
Tickets are £10, available in advance from John Summers (01935 872 414 or ).

Updated Listing Saturday 2 February, 10am-4pm: Wholeness and Healing
Gateway Christian Healing Centre Meeting at St Katharine's Holt, BA14 6PZ
The Revd Mike Endicott, from The Order of Jacob’s Well, will be running a day of teaching for us - book this in your diary!
Flyer here
Queries to Dawn Farmer via 01225 782717 or .
gatewaychristianhealing.co.uk

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October 2018

Important Listing 4 August to 11 November: WW1
Remembrance 100
100 Days of Peace and Hope. Prayers, Bible readings, reflections and peace-making activities are available as free downloads, here.

Important Listing 7-14 October
World Homeless Week 2018
A chance to celebrate everything that churches and communities do to help homeless people. It is an opportunity to support and encourage one another. It is also a time to consider what more we can do to help.
Info and resources here

Friday 12 October, from 7pm: Charity Events, South Sudan
Fun Quiz – plus hot supper! Sutton Veny Village Hall, BA12 7AP
Doors open 7pm; Quiz starts at 7.30pm.
£10 per head in aid of Chaima Christian Institute in Maridi, South Sudan.
Please bring your own drinks.
Admission by ticket only from Eva (01985 216238), Jane (01985 850141), Gay (01373 832490), or Meg (01747 860111).

Important Listing Saturday 13 October
‘More Than Belonging’: the Germinate Conference 2018 at The Welcome Centre, Coventry CV1 2HG
Keynote speakers Rt Revd David Walker, Bishop of Manchester, Revd Claire Maxim, CEO, Germinate. Early Bird rate £50 including lunch and refreshments.
Info and booking

Saturday 13 October: Social Justice, Wealth Inequality
WEYPAW (Weymouth and Portland Action on Wages) Open Day Conference in Radipole, Weymouth.
Weymouth and Portland have the lowest wage levels in the UK, compounded by high housing costs. Danny Dorling, author of the recently published ‘The Equality Effect’, is one of the speakers. Donations are invited towards expenses.
Further details can be obtained by emailing .

Saturday 13 October, 10am-12noon: Charity Events
Ye Olde Jumble Sale at Holy Trinity Dilton Marsh, BA13 3BT
Fill thy sacks (provided) in Clothing section, for £1.
Bric-a-brac, books, and toys as priced. Raffle and Refreshments.
Jumble donations to the church, please, on Friday 12 October (10am-6pm).
Info and bookings: Sue (01373 229618) or Liz (01373 827178).

Saturday 13 October, 7pm
Russian Choir from St Petersburg at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
(The basso profundo reputedly descends to the G below bottom C with ease!) 
The programme will be half sacred and half traditional Russian folk music. Tickets are already selling well for this!
www.edingtonarts.org

Saturday 13 October, 7pm: Charity Events
Three Valleys Benefice Concert at Sherborne Abbey
Following their immensely successful and enjoyable concert in 2016, the National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Inglis and accompanied by the Locrian Singers, returns.
As before, the concert will be in aid of all 16 parishes in the Three Valleys Benefice.
The main work of the concert will be Mozart's Mass in C major, ‘The Coronation’, along with Parry’s ‘I was glad’, Faure’s ‘Cantique de Racine’, and Elgar’s ‘Lux Eternae’.
Tickets, programme included, priced £20 to £30 can be obtained from the Sherborne Tourist Information Centre via 01935 815341.

Saturday 13 October, from 7pm: Charity Events
Harvest Supper at Portesham Village Hall, DT3 4NS
2 course supper (vegetarian & gluten free diets catered for.
7pm for 7.30. Licensed bar and raffle.
Supporting St Peter's Church, Portesham and the Farming Community Network charity.
Inquiries to Liz Draper via 01305 871316.

Saturday 13 October, 7pm
Mexican Night in the Old School Room, Winterborne Whitechurch
£10 for a three-course meal – with tequila!
Wine available by donation, or bring your own.
Tickets and info from Liz (01258 881650) or Pam (01258 880179).

Saturday 13 October, 7.30pm: Charity Events
Last Night of the Proms at All Saints Church, Wyke Regis DT4 9ES
With Weymouth Concert Brass.
Back by popular demand, our great family night out with some proms favourites, such as Fantasia on British Sea Songs, Pomp and Circumstance & Jerusalem (plus lots more fun music). And not forgetting – all the usual last night of the proms antics such as: flag waving, whistle blowing and horn honking and a little bit of singing too.
A great night out for all the family – not to be missed!
Advance tickets: £9 Adults and £4.50 children 
On the door: £10 Adults and £5 children 
Tickets are limited and sold on a first come first served basis.
All profits go to support the work and upkeep of 560 year old All Saints Church, Wyke Regis, Weymouth.
Contact and book here

Sunday 14 October
Christian Blind Mission Sunday
Launched last year to tie in with World Sight Day, inspiring churches to restore sight to children living with preventable blindness in the world’s poorest places.
Stories, facts and worship resources here

Sunday 14 October, 11am
Harvest Thanksgiving Service at St Andrew’s Church, Rockbourne SP6 3NN
The Service will be followed by wine and nibbles. Contributions of nibbles gratefully received.
Inquiries to the Revd Leslie Player via .

Sunday 14 October, 3pm
Pet Service at St Mary's Church, Sturminster Newton DT10 1DB
A service to celebrate all our pets large and small. 
Please bring all your pets for a blessing – large or small 
Please ensure all pets are appropriately restrained either on lead or in cage/carrier. 
Join us after the service for refreshments.
Inquiries to Kirsty Wells via .

Sunday 14 October, 4.30pm
A Service of Remembrance for a Baby Lost at St James’ Devizes, SN10 3AA
An opportunity to remember your child. A simple, short service for those who have lost a child before, during or after birth.
Flyer here
All are welcome.
Inquiries: 01380 723891 or .

Important Listing Sunday 14 to Sunday 21 October
Thank Your Vicar Week
Would you like to support your vicar and thank them for their hard work? St Luke’s Healthcare for the Clergy invites you to join hundreds of Church of England parishes and primary schools in celebrating Thank Your Vicar Week.
Info and resources

Important Listing Thursday 18 October
Anti-slavery Day
…with a week of actions. 
Info from the Clewer Initiative

Thursday 18 October, from 6.30pm: Food Production, Energy, Finance, Democracy and Education
‘Demain’: a Transition Towns film screening at Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne BH21 4DT
The film begins at 7pm.
This screening, and those at St Edward’s and Herbert Carter schools, follow a successful screening at Poole Civic Centre last November. 
There is no specific charge: donations on the night will be welcomed.
Inquiries to Vikki Slade (), Jeremy Jenkins (), or Rob Pearce ().

Thursday 18 October, 7.30pm
Service of Wholeness & Healing at St Mary's Church, Sturminster Newton DT10 1DB
A Eucharistic service celebrating the ministry of Wholeness and Healing for St Luke's Day. All Welcome.
Inquiries to Kirsty Wells via .

Saturday 20 October, 10am-4pm
Workshop on Sexuality, Gender identity and Spirituality at St Mary's School Room, Gillingham SP8 4LW
For those engaged in the Ministry of Spiritual Accompaniment.
This workshop aims to develop understanding about the place of sexuality and gender identity in the spiritual journey, and to enable Spiritual Accompaniers to respond positively, and walk with integrity, with those whose gender identity or sexual orientation is outside their experience.
FREE entry.
Book here

Saturday 20 October, 10am-4pm: Vocations
Young Adults: Your Call at Trinity College, Bristol BS9 1JP
Have you ever wondered if God is calling you to explore ordination? To be a vicar, a pioneer, a chaplain or something else? 
This is an opportunity to explore the what, why and how of ordination in the Church of England. Aimed at 18-30 year olds, this day will include prayer, worship, stories, workshops and opportunities to ask loads of questions. 
This day will run from 10am until 4pm, with lunch and refreshments provided.
Course fee: £5.
More info here
Book here

Saturday 20 October, from 7.15pm
'An Evening of Ukuleles and Song' at St. Michael & All Angels Church, Figheldean
(A Fundraising evening in aid of the Tower Roof)
The Woodford Ukulele Group and the Pewsey Male Voice Choir will be entertaining us with what promises to be a superb night to remember for all age groups, including some sing-a-long!
Poster here
Suggested Donation on the door £10 Adult/ £2.50 Child to 14
Seating Price includes a wide range of ‘nibbles’, but please bring your own tipple and glasses.
Contact Trevor on 01980 670153 or  to reserve your seat(s).

Important Listing Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October
Pilgrimage2Paris Reunion Weekend in the Woodford Valley
Saturday 20 October, 9.30am: Pilgrim Walk from the Vicarage in Middle Woodford to the Cathedral with the Bishop of Salisbury, Nicholas Holtam
Sunday 21 October, 10am: Service with the Revd Kevin Durrant (All Saints Middle Woodford, Pilgrim, & Baptist Minister of Keynsham)
In 2015, the Church of England, Christian Aid, CAFOD and Tearfund came together to organise a Pilgrimage2Paris ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. More than 190 nations discussed a new global agreement.
Pilgrims from across the UK, including Elizabeth Perry from the Woodford Valley, walked from London to Paris over two weeks, calling on world leaders to agree a fair, ambitious and binding climate change deal.
Briefing here
Inquiries to the Revd Mike Perry: 01722 782310, 07794 328515 or .

Sunday 21 October
Freedom Sunday
A global day of worship and action against human trafficking and modern slavery.
Save the date! Info and resources here

Saturday 27 October 10am-4pm
‘Greater Love’ at St Mark’s Salisbury, SP1 3JD
A workshop and exhibition celebrating the end of World War 1 – all welcome.
Inquiries to Jo King via .

Saturday 27 October, from 10.30am: Iona, Church Action on Poverty
'Poverty – What can we do?' at South Street Baptist Church, Exeter EX1 1EB
A day conference is for anyone who is concerned about poverty and wants ideas and encouragement in working to overcome it.
11am till 4pm: arrivals from 10.30am.
The day will include worship in the Iona Community style, music, a bring-and-share lunch, a bookstall, information, discussion, and Iona Community news from the South West and beyond.
Poster here
There is no charge, but contributions are invited towards the cost: suggestion £7. Please bring something to share for lunch.
If you are interested in coming or would like to know more, please contact David Osborne at  or phone 01963 351275.

Important Listing Sunday 28 October
Bible Sunday
Resources here

Sunday 28 October, 2-5pm: Council of Christians and Jews
Parkes Institute Study Afternoon Session 3 of 3: The Book of Daniel Chapter 12 at Dorchester House, Bournemouth BH8 8AS
Led by Dr Helen Spurling, Associate Professor in History at the Parkes Institute, University of Southampton. 
We will study the Book of Daniel Chapter 12 and will examine the Biblical text together, along with its diverse Jewish interpretations. There will be time devoted to examining sources as well as opportunities to discuss the material with Dr Spurling and the other attendees.
More info here
Refreshments will be available and a contribution of £3 is requested to cover costs.
Future Study dates with Helen Spurling in 2019: 13 January, 24 March and 2 June. 
For further information please email .

Sunday 28 October, from 3pm: Charity Events
Come & Sing Fauré's Requiem at St John the Baptist, Buckhorn Weston, SP8 5HS
Fauré Requiem in Mass liturgy. Director: David Duvall. Celebrant: Revd Richard Priest. 
Accompanist: David Grierson. Loan copies of Requiem on request.
3pm start, service at 6.30pm.
£10 (£8 RSCM affiliates, £5 under 18s) for church bell restoration & RSCM Wessex.
Please book by 14 October!
Inquiries to David Duvall via 07855 947 104 or .

Sunday 28 October, 4.30pm
Explore Together at Blandford Parish Church, DT11 7AD
Enabling people of all ages to explore together who God is, how we live life as Christians and what it means to be Church. Choose to explore through a variety of zones including Reflective, Creative, Active, Chat, Make, Drama and more. Followed by tea at 5.15pm.
Ongoing Facebook event page here
Future dates:
Sunday 25 November, 4.30pm

Tuesday 30 October, 9.30am-3.30pm: Workshops
More Than Welcome - Disability and Participation at St Nicholas Corfe Mullen, BH21 3LE
Is your church a place of welcome, inclusion and participation for people living with disability? Do you feel equipped and inspired to take the next step in becoming a place of community for all?
Together we will explore what it means to become a church where everyone can belong – one that doesn’t just welcome disabled people, but includes them within church life, and encourages them to grow and participate
The cost for the day is £20 per person (discounts for multiple bookings) and includes a light lunch and refreshments.
Please book online

Wednesday 31 October, 4.30-6pm
'Tricks and Laughs' at St Paul's Salisbury SP2 7QW
Part of Steve Legg's 30th Anniversary Tour.
Poster here
It is a family friendly event which we are running as an alternative to going out trick or treating.
Tickets are available at www.stpaulssalisbury.org/boxoffice.

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November 2018

Friday 2 and Saturday 3 November, from 6.15pm: Charity Events, WW1
‘They Went To War’ at Dinton Village Hall, SP3 5EB
An evening of music, song, readings and poetry of the Great War, with the Wilton Royal British Legion Band and Fovant ‘Valley Choir’.
Celebrating the service of the men and women of the Nadder Valley who went to war in 1914, and commemorating the lives of those who did not return.
Join our homespun tribute to local men and women and sing still familiar songs from 100 years ago!
Flyer here
Media Release here
Doors open 6.15pm: programme ends 9pm.
Tickets £12.50 to include a glass of wine or soft drink during the interval.
Supporting Fovant & Sutton Mandeville Regimental Badges and Team Rubicon UK, Chilmark (www.teamrubicon.org.uk).
Tickets available from Wednesday 1 August, from Paul Rae via , 01722 714947 or 07803 165448.

Friday 2 to Sunday 4 November: Vocations
It’s Your Call Weekend (for 18-30 year olds) at BMS International Mission Centre, Birmingham B29 6QX
Who: Those aged 18-30 who want the opportunity to explore God’s call for their life in leadership
What: This weekend offers the opportunity to connect with God, connect with others, and connect with God's call in your life, exploring different aspects of leadership in church, the community, the workplace and overseas.
Cost: £95 (discounted rates available)
Find out more at www.cpas.org.uk/itsyourcall

Important Listing Saturday 3 November
Blended- the National Fresh Expressions Conference 2018 at Ely Cathedral, CB7 4DL
The Diocese of Ely are delighted to be hosting the fourth National Anglican Fresh Expressions Conference, which this year will feel more like a festival. 
Based in Ely Cathedral and surrounding buildings, ‘Blended’ will have an immersive, interactive and experiential feel. It will explore how Inherited Church and New Christian Communities can partner together. Booking will open later in the year. 
Save the date! Look out for more details at www.elydiocese.org and www.freshexpressions.org.uk.

Monday 5 November, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Resurrection Revisited at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
Professor David Catchpole – Sarum College, Salisbury; Emeritus Professor of Theological Studies, Exeter University
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

Wednesday 7 November, 7-9pm: Charity Events
Handbell Concert at St Mary's Church, Lytchett Matravers BH16 6BS
You are in for a treat before the bustle of Christmas, so sit back and listen to the beautiful sound of handbells in in our medieval church.
‘Clapper Chaos’ will be performing well-known pieces, including ‘Pie Jesu’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber and ‘Beauty & the Beast - Main Theme’. The evening includes refreshments and a raffle. All funds will go towards the new ladders to be installed in the Bell Tower.
Tickets £5 from Debbie Phipps on 01202 632858 or .

Saturday 10 November, 9.15am-3.30pm
Open Day at Trinity College Bristol, BS9 1JP
Prospective students, spouses, and families are invited to join us on 10 November to chat with our faculty, meet current students, and consider whether God may be calling you to study at Trinity. You can book a one-on-one meeting while you are here so we can learn more about you, and provide options and information tailored to your situation.
For more information, contact Alison Branston via 0117 968 0254 or .

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 November: WW1
Battle’s Over in Wimborne
11 November 2018 commemorates 100 years since the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War I. The national initiative is under the heading Battle’s Over: a Nation’s Tribute.
Saturday 10 November: there will be a performance in the Minster of ‘The Gathering’, a play based on documentary evidence of the lives of Wimborne men killed in action in WWI.
Sunday 11 November, 11am: the traditional silence and bugle-call at the Wimborne war memorial on the Minster Green at the end of the Parish Eucharist.
Sunday 11 November, 3pm: Royal British Legion service of Remembrance in the Minster, to which the High Sheriff and Lord Lieutenant of Dorset will be invited as well as local civic leaders and uniformed organisations, with a wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial on the Green.
Sunday 11 November, 5pm: a peal of bells by the Minster Bell-ringers, to last until after 7pm. Sunday 11 November, 7pm: beacon lit at the top of the grounds of Wimborne Cemetery. All local churches will be invited to send representatives, although the ceremony will not be faith-based. Wimborne Town Crier Chris Brown will give the Cry for Peace.
Local schools will exhibit artworks and poetry on the theme of peace in the Minster in the days leading up to 11th November.
Initial inquiries to Karen St Clair via .

Important Listing Sunday 11 November, 12.30pm: WW1 Centenary
Centenary of the Armistice
As part of commemorations for the centenary of the Armistice which signalled the end of the First World War, HM Government invites communities across the UK to ring bells on 11 November at 12.30pm. This will be a symbolic way to give thanks and replicate the national outpouring of relief. It will also coincide with 10,000 members of the public processing past the Cenotaph.
More here.
All ringing Tower teams have already been circulated – if you have chiming bells, please make arrangements locally.

Important Listing Sunday 11 November, 7pm: WW1 Centenary
'Ringing Out for Peace'
is part of the 'Battle’s Over' day-long, commemoration of the end of the First World War taking place throughout the UK.
WW1 Beacons of Light will be lit at 7pm, signifying the light of peace that emerged from the dreadful darkness of war. Then at 7.05pm we are asked to join in with ringing church bells.
Bellringing inquiries via .

Friday 16 November, 9:30am-5pm
Conflict, Authority and Difference in Churches: A Training Day for Clergy and Church Leaders at the Institute of Group Analysis, London NW3 5BY
Trainers: the Revd Dr Brian Shand and the Revd Dr Nicky von Fraunhofer.
This one day training addresses some of the challenges that arise in congregations and church groups concerning conflict, authority and difference. The day provides tools for developing fruitful, collaborative partnerships using insights from Group Analytic Psychotherapy. Both trainers are clergy and group analysts.
The training is tailored to the circumstances and needs of clergy and those in leadership positions in the Church. It combines practical exercises and theoretical learning.
Flyer here
Letter to Archdeacons here
Ticket prices (Early Bird / Full Fee):
IGA Students £110
IGA Members: £110/£130
Public: £130/£150
Please note that the Early Bird deadline is 16 September 2018.
Inquiries via www.groupanalysis.org or 020 7431 2693.

Saturday 17 November, 7.30pm: Anniversaries, WW1
A Diamond Centenary - The Farrant Singers at St. Martin's Church, Salisbury SP1 2HY
A concert to celebrate our 60th anniversary and the centenary of the ending of the First World War.
The programme includes Duruflé's Requiem as well as two works written especially for the occasion - 'The Elixir' by Alec Roth and 'A Foreign Field' by Alison Cameron.
Inquiries to Jane Waddington via .

Sunday 25 November, 4.30pm
Explore Together at Blandford Parish Church, DT11 7AD
Enabling people of all ages to explore together who God is, how we live life as Christians and what it means to be Church. Choose to explore through a variety of zones including Reflective, Creative, Active, Chat, Make, Drama and more. Followed by tea at 5.15pm.
Ongoing Facebook event page here

Important Listing Monday 26 November, from 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
The Joys and Pitfalls of Biblical Ministry in the 21st Century at St Francis’ Church, Salisbury SP1 3PN 
Speaker: the Revd Dr Paul Gardner. 
This is the final meeting organised by the SDEF for this year, running 9.45am-12.45pm. There will be time to chat over a packed lunch from 1-2pm.
Inquiries to the Revd Peter Breckwoldt via  or 01202 886551.

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December 2018

Saturday 1 December, 7pm
Belle Voci at All Saints Church, Netheravon SP4 9RT
Emily and Sophie were finalists in The Voice 2018. Not to be missed as they sing arias from operas and many other beautiful musical pieces.
Save the date! Details to follow.
Facebook event listing here

Saturday 1 December, 7.30pm
Advent Concert at Edington Priory Church, BA13 4QN
By the choir of Keble College Oxford, 
Director: Edington Festival’s own Matthew Martin.
Ring Chrissy Allanson-Bailey on 01380 831256 or email Sue Lowery at  to secure your tickets for these concerts.
As always, full programme details are on the website, www.edingtonarts.org.

Monday 3 December, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Tools with a Mission at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
Mr Rod Hill – Registered Collector of Tools for TWAM
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

Important Listing Tuesday 4 December, 12noon: Mothers’ Union, 16 Days
16 Days Service
 at Salisbury Cathedral
Our next Service to highlight the 16 Days of Activism Campaign Against Gender Based Violence. All are welcome to join us.
Save the date!
More here

Important Listing St Nicholas’ Day, Thursday 6 December, 2.30pm
Celebrate 50 years of Christingle with the Children’s Society at Salisbury Cathedral (and 33 other cathedrals)
Children especially welcome. 
Save the date! More info soon.
What is Christingle? More here

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January 2019

Monday 7 January, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Can a Scientist be a Christian? at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
Professor George Smith FRS – Emeritus Professor, Department of Materials, Oxford University
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

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February 2019

Important Listing Monday 11 February, from 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
‘How far can we stretch in a diverse church?’ at St Mary’s Church, Ferndown BH22 9EU
With the Reverend Charlie Skrine. Associate Minister at St Helen’s Church, London.
Inquiries to the Revd Peter Breckwoldt via  or 01202 886551.

Monday 11 February, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
God and the Gas Board - Theology, Society and Everyday Economics at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
The Revd Helen Dawes – Team Rector of Shaftesbury; Dean of Women’s Ministry, Diocese of Salisbury
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

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March 2019

Monday 4 March, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Copts at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
Father Botros El Moharaky – St. Peter and St. Paul Coptic Orthodox Church, Bournemouth
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

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April 2019

Monday 1 April, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Homelessness Matters at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
Dr Maggie Kirk – GP with special interest in Addiction and Homelessness, Providence Surgery, Boscombe
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

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May 2019

Important Listing Monday 13 May, from 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
‘Exploring Transgender and the Christian Worldview’ at St John’s Church, Wimborne BH21 1AE
With David Shaw, Tutor in New Testament and Greek at Oak Hill Theological College.
Inquiries to the Revd Peter Breckwoldt via  or 01202 886551.

Monday 13 May, from 7pm: The Bournemouth William Temple Association
Anglican Social Theology Today at the Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth BH1 3AB
The Rt Revd Tim Dakin – Bishop of Winchester
The Association welcomes Christian men and women of all denominations who want to learn more about our faith and its application to contemporary issues.
Programme here
Dinner for members and their guests (optional) is served at 7pm, and this is followed at 8.10pm by a talk and question time.
Annual subscription: £14 (£26 for couples). Monthly non-member charge: £2.
Charge for 2-course dinner (including coffee): £16. Hotel charge for attendance at lecture only: £2.50 (to include coffee at 8pm). 
Further information from John Newbold. Tel: 01202 761749. E-mail: .
www.williamtemple.org.uk

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November 2019

Important Listing Monday 4 November 2019, from 9.45am: Salisbury Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship
'The Challenge of Teaching Heaven and Hell in the 21st Century' at St Francis Church, Salisbury SP1 3PN
With the Reverend Johnny Jukes, President of Oak Hill Theological College.
Inquiries to the Revd Peter Breckwoldt via  or 01202 886551.

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