Bookshop Events

Book Launch with Martyn Whittock – Christ: The First 2000 Years

How has Christ been seen for the last two millenia? How was Jesus seen in the New Testament, and how did that view develop and change? Author Martyn Whittock gave a spirited talk recently on his new book Christ: The First 2000 Years … Read more

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Shakespeare Day at Sarum College Bookshop

Visit Sarum College Bookshop on Saturday 23 April for a day celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare. There will be a good collection of books about Shakespeare, special offers, and a prize quiz – can you tell which sayings come from Shakespeare, and which from … Read more

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Murder in the Cloisters: A Talk with Author Kate Charles

Join Sarum College Bookshop for a talk with author Kate Charles on why crime novels with church backgrounds are so enduringly popular. Tuesday 5 July at 6.30pm Kate has a special interest and expertise in clerical mysteries, and lectures on crime novels … Read more

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Gratitude and Grace: Reflections on the Writings of Michael Mayne

Join Sarum College Bookshop for a talk with Father Joel Huffstetler on the writings of Michael Mayne. Thursday 5 May at 4pm The Very Reverend Michael Mayne was Dean of Westminster and earlier Head of Religious Programmes at the BBC. He … Read more

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An Evening of Lenten Reflection with Meg Warner

Sarum College Bookshop had a very successful evening of Lenten reflection on Wednesday March 16th with Dr. Meg Warner, author of Abraham. Dr. Warner of King’s College, London, gave a 45 minute talk on Abraham, before taking questions from the floor. … Read more

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A (Very) Public School Murder: Book launch with Simon Parke

Your company is requested at Sarum College Bookshop on Wednesday May 18th at 3pm to launch the latest Abbot Peter murder mystery, ‘A (Very) Public School Murder’. Read more

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Unfurling: Poems of Life, Love and Faith with Ian Adams

Ian Adams was in Sarum College Bookshop for an evening of poetry. Ian entertained and engaged a crowd with his poetry readings. We all dream of a better world – more peaceful, more harmonious, more caring and more celebratory. Such … Read more

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From Venice to Istanbul: An Evening with Harry Bucknall

Sarum College Bookshop was proud to host an evening with Harry Bucknall. Harry delighted a crowd with his adventures, based on his book, In the Dolphin’s Wake. Which tells the tale of his incredible 5,500 mile journey from Venice in the west to Istanbul in … Read more

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Re-launch of Colin Greene’s Christology in Cultural Perspective

Join Sarum College Bookshop for the re-launch of Colin Greene’s Christology in Cultural Perspective. Thursday 10 December at 12.30pm Colin Greene is Programme Leader for Sarum College’s MA in Theology, Imagination and Culture. His background, teaching experience and research interests cover … Read more

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Book Launch with Patrick Woodhouse

Join Sarum College Bookshop for the launch of Canon Patrick Woodhouse’s latest book, Life in the Psalms: Contemporary Meaning in Ancient Texts, the Mowbray Lent Book for 2016. Thursday 7 January 2016 at 4pm Patrick is a writer and Anglican priest … Read more

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