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November 2017

Resourcing a Good Advent

Wed 1 November, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Enjoy a cup of tea and a chance to look at what resources are available to help us through Advent, with liturgical and spiritual reflections as well as lots of practical ideas. Sarum College Bookshop will be joined by James Woodward, Principal of Sarum College, and authors Tessa Wilkinson and Jan Brind, who write for the popular Church House Publishing Creative Ideas  series. Come and be inspired for Advent. Free and open to all. To book your place telephone 01722 326899 or email… Read more

On Waiting: An Evening of Advent Poetry and Reflection

Mon 20 November, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Join Sarum College Bookshop for what should be a wonderful evening with two of our favourite authors. Malcolm Guite, poet, theologian and musician will enthral us with his poetry, and Theologian Paul Gooder will provide a reflection. This is an evening not to be missed! Tickets are £5 to include a glass of wine. Telephone 01722 326899 or email bookshop@sarum.ac.uk. Read more
December 2017

Book Launch: Leading by Story – Rethinking Church Leadership

Thu 7 December, 6:30 pm to 7:15 pm
Join Sarum College Bookshop for the launch a new book by David Sims and Vaughan Roberts, Leading by Story: Rethinking Church Leadership. This book launch forms part of the MODEM Conference 2017: What is the Church For? taking place at Sarum College. “Leadership is not much of a New Testament word whereas discipleship, or followership, is. Churches are keen on ‘servant leadership’. So, too, is business. To say what it means we tell stories. Leading by Story provides excellent thought… Read more

An Evening of Fun and Stockingfillers

Mon 11 December, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Meet authors Gary Alderson and Rich Wyld and cartoonist Dave Walker for an introduction to their idiosyncratic take on life as we explore Writes of the Church and The World according to Theologygrams. The former is a collection of letters for the church magazine, where the locals write what they actually think. The writers are odd and aggressive and bicker and complain, the vicar is overworked, but the depth of their love for the church comes through the threats to… Read more
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