Monthly Archives: August 2014

When Ground Becomes Holy by Keith Lamdin

What does it mean to be grounded? As a school boy it meant being punished by not being allowed beyond the school grounds but as a performer it means being connected with the ground (feet on the ground) so that … Read more

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Sarum College’s Meals on Wheels

Refurbishment of Sarum College Kitchen Underway. Sarum College guests – including visiting choirs singing in Salisbury Cathedral this summer – continue to enjoy freshly cooked meals thanks to the early-morning arrival of a five-tonne temporary kitchen on July 29th. Read more

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Bookshop Bestsellers July 2014

George Herbert’s life and works were celebrated in July with the George Herbert Festival, much of which took place at Sarum College. His popularity is evident with last months bestsellers. Festival goers were treated to a talk by John Drury … Read more

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Book of the Month: August 2014

Being Christian by Rowan Williams To recommend a book by Rowan Williams is generally to provoke a look of caution and the expectation of immensely scholarly thought expressed in sentences so complex that even after a second reading their meaning … Read more

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Take this Bread by Sara Miles

This book, first read several years ago has influenced me and moved me more profoundly than perhaps any other. It has certainly helped develop & shape my thinking on ministry and the sacraments and how our faith is lived, in … Read more

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