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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Letting Be

Reflection This is a picture of the first poppy of the year. Look at its unique colour and how it stands in the patch of garden. Proud. It has space to thrive. In relationships, we can, sometimes be very sure … Read more

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Cognitive Dissonance

by The Very Revd Hugh Dickinson In The Spirit  Although I have been dabbling in the shallows of prayer for eighty years I know that I am still only a beginner. I feel a bit of a fraud when people … Read more

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Still Standing: Angela Tilby pays tribute to Salisbury Cathedral

If you missed BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the day on Monday 4 May, head to BBC Sounds to hear Canon Angela Tilby remind us of the collective effort, sacrifice and vision that gave us this remarkable 800-year-old building. Angela … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: The Cross

Reflection All of us in different ways admire the creativity of the artist’s life. The picture here is of a small cross which is carved so that it can be held in the hand. Look at it carefully and imagine … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Beloved

While the physical buildings of Sarum College have been closed for some few weeks our life and work goes on. We are continuing to teach and support ministry students in their formation. The work of our postgraduate theological Study through … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Prayer and Acceptance

Reflection I am certain that almost everybody else in Salisbury must be better at coping with interruptions than I am! All of us get stuck in our ways and in coping with strange and complex times getting into a routine … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Standing

Reflection This picture was sent to me by friend taken on a walk in Windsor Great Park. A noble tree, fair and green standing, waiting, holding. I was reminded by the words of advice from a spiritual mentor, who reminded … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: The Unexpected

While the physical buildings of Sarum College have been closed for some few weeks our life and work goes on. We are continuing to teach and support ministry students in their formation. The work of our postgraduate theological Study through … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Laughter

| Reflection I wonder how you go about resolving difficult situations? I remember an amazing friend who when caught up in a crisis would more often than not resolve it with the therapy of laughter. Laughter lifts and shifts our … Read more

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‘It’s Not About Me’ : Reading Cottrell on Priesthood over a lockdown weekend.

 by The Revd Canon Professor James Woodward, 19 April 2020 I wonder what you are finding absorbs your time and attention during these strange hours and days? My table at home is gathering some small (and neatly organised) piles of … Read more

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