Monthly Archives: December 2019

Rave Reviews for Exploring Theology

Dr Jayme Reaves is leading the new Exploring Theology course, successor to Theology, Quest and Questions, which began with in September 2019, on the Hebrew Bible. Student feedback has been glowing – here’s a sample. What have you most enjoyed … Read more

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Bookshop Christmas Opening Hours

The bookshop will be closed from 3pm on Monday 23rd December 2019 and will reopen at 9am on Thursday 2nd January 2020. Our online shop will remain open, but orders received during this time won’t be sent out until early January. From everyone … Read more

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Sarum College celebrates the coming of Christmas

Yesterday’s carol service (12 December 2019), with The Royal School of Church Music. Tim Ruffer conducts The Lord at first did Adam make by Peter Nardone ( © 2005, with kind permission of The Royal School of Church Music) And … Read more

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A Properly Disruptive Book

Dr Karen O’Donnell, Coordinator of the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality, has been praised for her exploration of trauma and theology in a Church Times review of her book, Broken Bodies: The Eucharist, Mary and the Body in Trauma Theology. In … Read more

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Marketing Officer

Sarum College has a great opportunity for a Marketing Officer to help deliver the College’s marketing plan to develop business across all areas of Sarum College, including its learning programmes and commercial hospitality services. To find out more about the … Read more

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Book of the Month: December 2019

In the Bleak Midwinter by Rachel Mann If asked to name a poem by Christina Rossetti, many of us would manage ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’; a favourite carol. If pressed, we might also manage ‘Goblin Market’.  In fact, Christina Rossetti … Read more

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