Learning to Nourish the Human Spirit

A blog space for reflections, essays and reviews from Sarum College staff.

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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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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Hymn for Covid by Lisle Ryder

Hymn for Covid by Sarum Theological College alumnus Lisle Ryder Read more

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Review of Accompaniment, Community and Nature by Jonathan Herbert

Providing a counter-argument to a consumerist, fast-paced and individualistic life, this book by the Revd Canon Jonathan Herbert represents the power of community and spending time with people in an unpressured and open way. Herbert knows a thing or two … Read more

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Sarum thanks Bishop Nicholas for wisdom and encouragment

The Bishop of Salisbury, the Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, will be greatly missed when he retires this summer. As a Foundation Trustee, Bishop Nicholas has congratulated hundreds of graduates on Presentation day, welcomed guests to College celebrations and encouraged Sarum … Read more

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A Lent Course for Awareness and Activism

Many people have long moved past the notion that Lent is about giving up chocolate, or alcohol or swearing, but this week the Clewer Initiative is going a step further by launching a course that focuses on awareness and activism. … Read more

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Theology, Ageing and the Life of the Church

An online conference organised by Nazarene Theological College January 29 to 30, 2021, will explore the promises and possibilities of human ageing in the context of faith and the life of the Church. Sarum College Principal James Woodward joins contributing … Read more

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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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