Monthly Archives: March 2018

What Does it Mean to Be Easter People in Salisbury?

In ViaMedia.News (25.03.2018), The Revd Canon Prof James Woodward, Principal of Sarum College, Salisbury writes: In the gospel accounts of the resurrection, there is both fear and joy. Following Jesus is not a protection from the difficulties and challenges that … Read more

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Bookshop Easter Opening Hours

Sarum College Bookshop is closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. We are open Saturday 31st March 10am to 4pm and open from 9am on Tuesday 3rd April. Happy Easter from everyone at Sarum College Bookshop. bookshop@sarum.ac.uk  |  01722 326899 Read more

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Library Easter Opening Times

Sarum College Library will be closed over Easter from Friday 30 March to Monday 2 April 2018. The library will be open from Tuesday 3 April to Saturday 7 April, however there will be no library staff on hand. In … Read more

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Top tips from Preaching and Personality

We thought we’d share a few nuggets of wisdom from the Preaching and Personality course last week (9 March 2018), led by Paul Burden, Coordinator, Centre for Formation in Ministry. We are not invisible carriers of God’s message. Our personality … Read more

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Three Challenges Before the Tomb: Prof Liz Stuart’s Address to Sarum Graduates

Sometimes when I look in a mirror I wonder if I am looking at a dinosaur, not only because from a certain angle I bear a startling resemblance to an elderly stegosaurus, but because I wonder if my profession is … Read more

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Ecumenism at Work: Methodists and Baptist Leaders Begin Talks at Sarum

An international delegation of Baptist and Methodist pastors and academics begin a week of talks today at Sarum College representing the culmination of five years’ work. The denominations’ common history and heritage, theological issues, baptism and Christian initiation will be … Read more

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Immerse Yourself in Poetry this Spring

Sarum College will host a poetry festival on the theme of Believing in Poetry, May 5 and 6. With talks on the value of poetry, poetry and prayer, and the war poets in 2018, as well as poetry readings from the early morning to late night in the Victorian Chapel, the festival is wonderful chance to immerse yourself in poetry. Read more

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Bookshop Bestsellers: February 2018

Dust That Dreams of Glory by Michael Mayne (edited by Joel Huffstetler), Canterbury Press £10.99 On the Third Day York Course Booklet by John Pritchard, York Courses £3.99 Lentwise by Paula Gooder, Church House Publishing £6.99 Dirty Glory by Pete … Read more

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Is the Church of England Ageist?

“In some organisations, but particularly the churches, there can be a tendency to stereotype older people as being resistant to change, lacking creativity, overcautious, slow in judgement making, uninterested in change and difficult to motivate into different ways of looking … Read more

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Book of the Month: March 2018

Things That Make for Peace by Bishop Peter Price Bishop Peter Price’s book, “The things that make for peace – a Christian peacemaker in a world of war” was launched on the same day as the Winter Olympics, marked by … Read more

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