News and Media

Is your church's loop system working?

Why would you go to church if you can't hear what's being said? Learn about Deaf Church, how to welcome people and much more on the Deaf Chaplaincy Service part of our website. 

Champing in St Thomas's Church, Salisbury

Cyclists from the Diocese of Bristol stopped off at two churches in the diocese, along their 90-mile pilgrimage route to Winchester Cathedral this week!

Update on the ongoing crisis in Sudan

The conflict has killed at least 863 civilians, including at least 190 children, and wounded more than 3,530 others, according to the most recent numbers from the Sudanese Doctors’ Syndicate. Read Canon Ian Woodward's update here.

Information on this week's events for CMD, from Sarum College, and vacancies

Read more for information on this week's latest events from the diocese and Sarum College. Plus lay and clergy vacancies

All of Bride Valley PCCs together under one roof!

The Bride Valley Benefice Council held their AGM on Monday, nothing unusual about that, but for the first time they conducted a really successful experiment bringing all the Bride Valley PCCs together under one roof, for a presentation about where they all were as churches in view of 'Your kingdom come, here and now'.  

Sudan Fete 2023

The fete, in aid of the Diocese of Salisbury Medical Link, will be held on the 25 June in the grounds of the Bishop's garden, in the Cathedral Close, from 2pm to 5pm. 

Archbishop Justin's mission: A run-down of events all are welcome to attend

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is coming to encourage and support people across the Diocese of Salisbury from 9 – 11 June. Here is everything you need to know - including a Celebratory service in the Cathedral Close, SP1 2EJ on Sunday 11 June, 3.30 - 5 that all are welcome to attend.

Celebrating St Aldhelm

On 20 May, Sherborne Abbey was buzzing with celebrations as many gathered to celebrate St Aldhelm, the first Bishop of Sherborne, ahead of his feast day on 25 May. 

Hundreds gather in Sherborne to celebrate St Aldhelm

Hundreds of people from  around the UK, including school children, are to gather this weekend to celebrate St Aldhelm, who became the first bishop of Dorset more than 1300 years ago.

Ukrainian refugee to run first Alpha course in Ukrainian in Dorset

A Ukrainian refugee who came to the Dorset after the outbreak of war in Ukraine last year is to run her Church’s first Alpha course in Ukrainian.

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