Monthly Archives: July 2020

Farewell and thank you to Canon Ann Philp

Canon Ann Philp, who has served a number of roles at Sarum since the College opened in 1995, has stepped down from her role as Chaplain to the Sarum Centre for Formation in Ministry. Ann has been a member of … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: In This Life and Beyond

Reflection “It’s only just sinking in that I haven’t been inside a church since March,” remarked the chap next to me in the pew – on the occasion of attending a service in person. The stained glass, though artistically not … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: First Fisher on Station

Reflection ‘Where are all the anglers?’ I had wondered earlier in the year. | Angling was one of the first sports to have restrictions lifted after the great Cov19 shut-down, but the banks of the Thames remained bare.  What had … Read more

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Ready to recharge your ministry?

Sarum College offer a range of courses to suit your lifestyle, aims and interests. Short courses can stimulate ideas and new ways of working without earning academic credit. But for those already in ministry roles – perhaps with an undergraduate … Read more

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Training for ministers experiencing trauma due to coronavirus

Ministers struggling with trauma caused by coronavirus will get special training to help them cope with the challenges of the pandemic thanks to a project led by Sarum College Visiting Scholar Professor Christopher Southgate, which has re The new training, … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Which way to Turn

Reflection At first sight, it seems that one of these cows is patently facing the wrong way. All the other animals, having gathered by the gate where their grazier would shortly arrive bearing nice extra tidbits (feed supplements), are lined … Read more

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Sarum College Safety Measures for 1 August 2020 Re-opening

Dear Friends We haven’t lost hope of this being a reality in the summer months and I am delighted to announce that our opening date is now 1 August 2020. We realise that there will be concerns about visiting and … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Re-Imaging

Reflection “Look! someone’s changed one of the stars on the war memorial,” my walking-companion pointed out to me: “they’ve painted it blue, and added continents to make it Planet Earth – and spikes to turn it into a SARS-CoV-2 virion.” The … Read more

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End of an Era

It is with a heavy heart that we say a fond farewell to our dear friend and colleague Linda Cooper who joined the small staff of Sarum College on 18 September 1995 as PA to the Principal following her end … Read more

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Azariah France-Williams: Book Launch- Ghost Ship

We are excited about the release of his new book, Ghostship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England, which is available via SCM Press from 10 July 2020, and at a discounted price of £15.99 until 30 July 2020.  So that … Read more

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