Archived Posts for Christine Nielsen-Craig

Wiltshire Residents Week (30 March to 7 April)

Book now for your special B&B offer at Sarum College, the perfect base to discover the great depth of history and heritage, activities and excellent food and drink on the doorstep. Wiltshire Residents Week is about gathering with family and friends … Read more

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New Sarum College Bookshop Hours

From 1 March, the Sarum College Bookshop will open on selected Saturdays, 10am to 4pm  and during the week, 9am to 4.45pm. ‘Shopping patterns are changing,’ says Emily Button, who manages the Sarum College Bookshop. ‘We want to be in … Read more

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Works in Clay for Contemplation: Exhibition by Mary Flitcroft

Mary’s Flitcroft’s exhibition, Works in Clay for Contemplation, runs until Thursday 18 April 2019 at Sarum College. The exhibition is a series of The Stations of the Cross: Stopping Places and a series exploring our inner pilgrimage, Journey. Mary uses … Read more

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What is a Good Life? Discuss.

What does it mean to live a good life? That is the question for the second of three ‘Salisbury Conversations’ on March 13 facilitated by The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward, Principal of Sarum College. With James around the table in … Read more

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Launch of Broken Bodies by Karen O’Donnell

Trauma, says Dr Karen O’Donnell, Coordinator of the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality at Sarum College, ‘is like an earthquake that rips through a person’s identity, uprooting previously secure beliefs and shifting the landscape of faith in unrecognisable ways. ‘For some … Read more

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The Gift of Years: Human Flourishing and Ageing

Eley McAinsh, editor of the Bible Reading Fellowship’s Reflections for Older People interviewed Sarum College’s Principal, James Woodward, earlier this year. The BRF’s Gift of Years programme aims to inspire, equip and enable church across the UK to meet the spiritual needs of older … Read more

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Anniversary Tribute to Muslim Institute Winter Gathering

Last weekend, more than 60 delegates celebrated the 10th anniversary of the gathering, this year entitled ‘Muslim Futures: Lost and Found in 2050’. The group explored the challenge and potential set to impact Muslim communities, with sessions on topics such as … Read more

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Dr Karen O’Donnell To Head Sarum College’s Centre for Contemporary Spirituality

Sarum College is pleased to announce the appointment* of Dr Karen O’Donnell as Coordinator of the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality at Sarum College. Dr O’Donnell is a feminist, ecumenical, practical theologian whose interdisciplinary research interests span theology, spirituality, and pedagogy. … Read more

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Exploring Truth from Sweden to Salisbury

By Dr Deborah Lewer I recently spent three memorable days in the delightful Swedish town of Uppsala with more than a hundred scholars from both sides of the Atlantic gathered to explore ‘The Place of Truth’ at the biennial conference … Read more

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Rowan Hisayo Buchanan Joins Sarum Symposium Panel

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan joins the prestigious line-up of authors on the panel of the Sarum Symposium, 22 October, from 6.30 to 8pm at Salisbury Guildhall. In an interview about her debut novel Harmless Like You, Buchanan says: ‘A lot of … Read more

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