Archived Posts for Christine Nielsen-Craig

Easter Week Reflections: Reviews on books to read now

Find out more about what Sarum College Principal James Woodward has been reading over the Easter break, and why you might like to read these books too. Does Faith Help Us Age Well? A review of Finishing Well – A … Read more

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Sarum College receives prestigious grant to promote science-engaged theology

Sarum College will embark on a major programme to enhance teaching on ethics by exploring the interface of science and theology, thereby equipping those training for ministry to engage with science and new scientific developments as part of their future … Read more

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Sarum College to re-open to public during final stage of plan to ease lockdown restrictions

Following the government announcement of a staged plan to reopen society, everyone at Sarum College is greatly anticipating the prospect welcoming visitors back from June 21, subject to the public safety conditions nearer the time. We will be returning to … Read more

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What leadership looks like in theological formation

A 12 March 2021 Church Times piece on how theological colleges teach leadership concluded that there is considerable consensus among theological college principals that leadership is largely founded on principles of enablement and self-knowledge. Sarum College’s unique collaborative leadership approach … Read more

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Local curate offers top tips for ministry during lockdown

Using his own experience to help others save time, The Revd Oliver Blease has pulled together the lessons he learned in the Ministry Compendium — a concise, no-nonsense resource for busy church people looking to solve problems. Read more

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Hospitality Coordinator

While Sarum College buildings have been closed over the past months, staff have been working behind the scenes to improve our administration systems, the building and our operation processes in anticipation of re-opening this spring. Hospitality staff are key to … Read more

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Update on Sarum College re-opening

24 February 2021 Following the Prime Minister’s 22 February 2021 announcement of the plan to ease lockdown restrictions we will further extend our temporary closure. In Stage 3 of the proposal, indoor hospitality is scheduled to resume from 17 May … Read more

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The Shroud Over The Nations

by The Very Revd Hugh Dickinson  On this mountain the Lord will make for all peoples a feast of rich food and well- matured wines, and on this mountain will destroy the shroud that is cast over  all peoples, the … Read more

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(very) Local landscape series by artist Joy Hillyer

Two more images in the (very) local landscape – a series of photographs by artist Joy Hillyer. Visit her website here Read more

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Free 12 March lecture by Dr Eleanor McLaughlin on Disability, Technology and Human Flourishing

Dr Eleanor McLaughlin, Programme Leader in Theology, Imagination and Culture at Sarum College, will contribute to a online public lecture series on Human Flourishing in a Technological Age presented by Regent College, Vancouver. Read more

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