Sarum College News

Lock-Down Poetry: On the Fifth Sunday of Lock Down by Andy Delmage

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Andy Delmage | | At St Bede’s we have gathered on Sunday mornings with people using a mixture of Zoom and phones and developed a simple and participative … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Be the best

Reflection No-one tells bees to make a bee-line for a thistle.  They just ‘know’ where to go.  With most volunteers barred (why?) from working in the countryside, there are plenty of thistles around this summer.  A few thistles in a … Read more

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Lock-Down Poetry: Poems in a Time of Covid-19

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Rachel Mann | | Poetry has a discipline, intensity and – this is not to be dismissed! – a brevity which meets our restless hearts with balm. As … Read more

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Keith Elford Appointed Leadership Programme Leader

Keith Elford, a leadership expert with 20 years experience supporting leaders to make sustainable and transformative changes in their organisation, has been appointed* programme leader for leadership learning at Sarum College, starting 1 October. The current programme leader, Tim Harle, … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Love is…

Reflection God is so not like us! yet there is affinity – a likeness between us. Jesus is brother, buddy, soul-mate, as well as being the boss. That strange closeness, that wonderful bond between each of us and the Spirit … Read more

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Lock-Down Poetry: The Time was Foreshortened by Richard Harries

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Richard Harries | | The combination of  silence and  light created a kind of paradise, enhanced of course by the fact that we could hear the birds as … Read more

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Congratulations to Augustine – 2020 Theology Slam winner

Well done to Augustine Tanner-Ihm, winner of this year’s Theology Slam. Augustine was a delightful member of the Ventures in Faith programme, created to support and encourage theological learning for young people interested in ministry. The programme was designed by … Read more

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Lock-Down Poetry: From David’s Crown

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Malcolm Guite | | XXX Exaltabo te, Domine | He gives us too, a voice to sing his praises,So much the more because we were brought lowThat we … Read more

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Congratulations Sarum College grads, one step closer today

Special congratulations to 18 soon-to-be curates who trained at Sarum College and were licensed online as lay workers today. Lockdown and the present government restrictions have meant that the ordinations to the diaconate that would normally take place at Petertide … Read more

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No Ordinary Ordination: June 2020

This is an important weekend for ministry in the life of the Church of England. In normal circumstances this is the time when Women and Men would have been ordained by the Bishop as the beginning of this is new … Read more

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