Monthly Archives: January 2015

Important Thinking in the Church of England

You may have already heard about the recently published reports from the Archbishop’s Task Groups. They are worth looking at to see the direction of travel proposed for the Church of England, especially in training and discipleship, and some other … Read more

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Sarum College to Host Social Travel Conference this April

Sarum College is the venue for a new conference – Social Travel Britain 2015 – for travel and tourism businesses and their communications teams. The conference takes place between Friday 17 and Sunday 19 April and will also feature the first-ever … Read more

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Library Refurbishment This February

Sarum College Library will be closed from Monday 2 February to Friday 20 February whilst we carry out an extensive refurbishment. Those of you who know our well-loved library will know that it is looking a little tired these days. All … Read more

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Book of the Month: January 2015

Cry of Wonder by Gerard Hughes This is the final book by Gerard Hughes, as sadly he died soon after its publication. His previous books include the popular God of Surprises, God in all Things and In Search of a … Read more

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Bookshop Bestsellers: December 2014

1. Life and Times of Hengest by Bryan Evans, Anglo-Saxon Books £14.95 2. Santa is Coming to Salisbury by Steve Smallman, Hometown World £4.99 3. Walking Backwards to Christmas by Stephen Cottrell, SPCK £7.99 4. Meeting God in Mark by … Read more

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