Monthly Archives: January 2020

Veganism isn’t just for January anymore

Today is the last day of January, and for more than a quarter million people, it is the official end of Veganuary, though more than half of those who pledged say they will continue to eat vegan. Veganism, a way … Read more

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Top Marks for Sarum Ministry Formation Programmes

The Ministry Council has awarded its highest accolade of ‘Confidence’ to the Sarum Formation in Ministry following its recent review of the College’s ministry training programmes. Inspectors commended the Centre for Formation in Ministry for the ‘impressive quality of the … Read more

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Ikon by Robyn Golden-Hann Now on Display

Ikon, an engraving by Robyn Golden-Hann carved from Portland stone with gold leaf, is the newest addition to Sarum College’s collection of art on long-term loan. The carving is inspired by the tradition of icon painting (or ‘writing’) in the … Read more

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On Not Seeing Bruegel (Epiphany) by Deborah Lewer

Writing in the US publication The Other Journal, Deborah Lewer, a Visiting Scholar at Sarum, reflects on her decision not to visit the Bruegel exhibition in Vienna over the festive period. Find her Article on the The Other Journal website … Read more

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Book of the Month: January 2020

The Tell it Together Gospel – Mark By Paula Gooder and Bob Hartman The little girl looked across at my husband, and nudged her mother, before saying loudly “Look, there’s God”  The sheer delight in her small face sprang from … Read more

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