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College Closed for Christmas and New Year

College Closed for Christmas and New Year

Sat 22 December 2018 to Tue 1 January 2019

Sarum College will be closed during Christmas and New Year from 5pm on Friday 21 December 2018 and will reopen at 9am on Wednesday 2 January 2019. From everyone at Sarum College we wish you a very happy Christmas and …

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College Closed for Christmas and New Year

College Closed for Christmas and New Year

Sat 22 December 2018 to Tue 1 January 2019

Sarum College will be closed during Christmas and New Year from 5pm on Friday 21 December 2018 and will reopen at 9am on Wednesday 2 January 2019. From everyone at Sarum College we wish you a very happy Christmas and …

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TQQ: The Human Christ

TQQ: The Human Christ

Tue 8 January, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Is Jesus a real flesh and blood person with whom we can identify and follow as his contemporary disciples? Is this the only Jesus we need? Or is such a view of Jesus insufficient to both the task of Christian …

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Resourcing a Good Lent

Resourcing a Good Lent

Tue 15 January, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

An enjoyable and informative afternoon to prepare you for Lent! Bring a group from your Church for some Lent course inspiration. James Woodward, Principal of Sarum College, will review the best of the new books and lent courses this year. Author …

TQQ: The Cosmic Christ

TQQ: The Cosmic Christ

Tue 15 January, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The true significance of Jesus began to be explored by the early Christian church by identifying the earthly Jesus with the divine Logos spoken about in the prologue to John’s gospel. Here Jesus is understood as the pre-existent Second Person …

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Book Launch: Three Men on a Diet by George Courtauld

Book Launch: Three Men on a Diet by George Courtauld

Thu 17 January, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Three Men on a Diet – the antidote to dieting for those who struggle with their waists but rarely the finer things in life – is the story of George, Reggie and Sebastian, three middle-aged friends who love food and …

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Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

A methodological and hermeneutical study of how reflective practice can underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership. This module introduces students to contemporary models of reflective practice in the educational, theological, and business worlds. It encourages reflection on how these …

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

An introduction to the nature of Spirituality in the Christian tradition from the nineteenth century to the present day. Students will investigate the proliferation of Christian spiritualities in this period and consider the impact of modernism, postmodernity, feminism and political …

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Book Launch: Broken Bodies by Karen O’Donnell

Book Launch: Broken Bodies by Karen O’Donnell

Tue 22 January, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Book launch with the new Coordinator of the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality at Sarum College, Karen O’Donnell, who will be discussing her new book Broken Bodies. Constructing new ways of thinking about the narratives at the heart of the Christian …

TQQ: The Languages of Salvation: Metaphor and Diversity

TQQ: The Languages of Salvation: Metaphor and Diversity

Tue 22 January, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Christians have drawn upon a variety of images to describe the continuing impact of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection upon human lives. We explore the reasons behind the plurality of metaphors used in understanding the nature of God’s salvation through …

Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

A methodological and hermeneutical study of how reflective practice can underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership. This module introduces students to contemporary models of reflective practice in the educational, theological, and business worlds. It encourages reflection on how these …

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

An introduction to the nature of Spirituality in the Christian tradition from the nineteenth century to the present day. Students will investigate the proliferation of Christian spiritualities in this period and consider the impact of modernism, postmodernity, feminism and political …

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Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

A methodological and hermeneutical study of how reflective practice can underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership. This module introduces students to contemporary models of reflective practice in the educational, theological, and business worlds. It encourages reflection on how these …

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

An introduction to the nature of Spirituality in the Christian tradition from the nineteenth century to the present day. Students will investigate the proliferation of Christian spiritualities in this period and consider the impact of modernism, postmodernity, feminism and political …

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Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

A methodological and hermeneutical study of how reflective practice can underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership. This module introduces students to contemporary models of reflective practice in the educational, theological, and business worlds. It encourages reflection on how these …

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality

Mon 21 January, 2:00 pm to Thu 24 January, 2:00 pm

An introduction to the nature of Spirituality in the Christian tradition from the nineteenth century to the present day. Students will investigate the proliferation of Christian spiritualities in this period and consider the impact of modernism, postmodernity, feminism and political …

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Postponed: Lunchtime Concert: Serena Kay & Lucy Colquhoun

Postponed: Lunchtime Concert: Serena Kay & Lucy Colquhoun

Fri 25 January, 12:45 pm to 1:30 pm

Lunchtime concert with Serena Kay and Lucy Colquhoun. In the key of love: Dvorak, Britten, Rossini and Faure. Lunchtime Concerts are held in the College’s Butterfield chapel and are followed by a light buffet lunch (included in the ticket price). Each …

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Nevertheless She Persisted: Theology, Faith and Feminism

Nevertheless She Persisted: Theology, Faith and Feminism

Sat 26 January, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

As women increasingly break new ground in the Church, what are the joys and challenges, and what of the future? Weaving together performance poetry, art, story-sharing and feminist theology, this day offers space for conversation and reflection on contemporary issues in a creative and accessible way. Contact …

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Wisdom for Mission from the Church Fathers

Wisdom for Mission from the Church Fathers

Tue 29 January, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

In this day, we will be distilling some of the teaching from the Church Fathers on Mission. We will especially be drawing from the Cappadocian Fathers of the 4th Century: Basil of Caesarea, Gregory Nazianzen and Gregory Nyssen. During the …

TQQ: Christ’s Death as Victorious and Vicarious: Eastern and Western Church Views of Salvation

TQQ: Christ’s Death as Victorious and Vicarious: Eastern and Western Church Views of Salvation

Tue 29 January, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The two main historic families of Christian thought and belief, the Orthodox and the Catholic, have characteristic emphases in their understanding of salvation. We consider the differences between these traditions, and their implications for understanding the death and resurrection of …

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New Monasticism: Boundary-Crossing Communities

New Monasticism: Boundary-Crossing Communities

Fri 1 February, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

This day will explore the recent emergence of New Monasticism – usually small communities, committed to contemplation and action, who live a shared life and calling. The day will also include discussion on how these communities live historic monastic ideals …

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