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April & May 2014   |   Tel  01722 424800   |   Email

Highlights This Issue

Sanctuary at Sarum
Holy Week at Sarum 2014: Journeying to the Cross
Reflective Practice for Spiritual Directors
From the Divine to the Secular: The Italian Renaissance in Venice, Rome and Florence
2014 Sarum Theological Lectures: Glory and Longing

Christian Spirituality

Spirituality and Addiction Workshop
Two-day workshop exploring the often misunderstood world of addiction through the Lenten and Easter lenses of sorrow and hope. Begins Thurs 10 April
Pilgrimage Weekend in Salisbury and Stanley Spencer’s Cookham
Prepare for Holy Week with a weekend of prayer, pilgrimage, art and worship. Fri 11 to Sun 13 April
Holy Week at Sarum 2014: Journeying to the Cross
Reflection days in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close. Mon 14 to Thurs 17 April
Medieval Spirituality
Examine the political and cultural movements that affected the development of Christian spirituality during the medieval period. Tues 22 to Fri 25 April
Literature and Spirituality
Using a selection of novels and poetry from the seventeenth century to the present day, this module explores the links between literature and spirituality. Tues 6 to Fri 9 May
Days of Spiritual Reflection: It is the Spirit who Dances in us and with us
A gentle day of prayer, stillness and quiet reflection exploring the dance of the Holy Spirit in our world and personal experiences. Fri 16 May
Mysticism in the Modern World
A weekend exploring what mysticism is, and how it is increasingly considered an important part of today’s spiritual landscape. Fri 16 to Sun 18 May
Reflective Practice for Spiritual Directors
An opportunity for Spiritual Directors to enhance their skills as reflective practitioners. Thurs 22 May and repeated on Thurs 19 June

Liturgy and Worship

Worship, Art and Architecture
This course investigates the Church buildings and their art in selected and typical historical periods in order to highlight the key interpretative issues. Tues 27 to Fri 30 May

The Arts

From the Divine to the Secular: The Italian Renaissance in Venice, Rome and Florence
Through these three major cities, this course will trace the story of how the arts moved from depicting almost exclusively religious subjects to the broader Renaissance subjects. Begins Thurs 1 May

Theology and Culture

Winter Lecture Study Day: Easter: The Biblical Tradition
Study day with David Catchpole examining the biblical authority for Easter and comparing what the three synoptic gospels have to say. Sat 12 April
Luke, Paul and the Book of Acts: Studies in Early Church History and Mission
Study break offering an overview of the book of Acts, looking at how Acts and Paul’s letters agree or disagree and reflecting on how historical or fictional Acts is. Tues 6 to Fri 9 May

Theology Quest and Questions

In this summer term of TQQ, we turn to the step by step reconstruction of the distinctive position adopted by Paul, all the time conscious that some regard him as having inaugurated a new religion. That may or may not be right, but we need to check!
From Jesus to Paul  Tues 29 April
The Religion of Paul: Christian Judaism or Christianity?  Tues 6 May
Crisis in Antioch  Tues 13 May
The ‘Gospel’ of the Son of God  Tues 20 May
Moses in Pauline Perspective  Tues 27 May
Katy Hounsell-Robert and Ben's Bees

Meet the authors of these two charming children's books.

Ben's Bees by Katy Hounsell-Robert
11am on Thurs 10 April
Scurry Goes to Salisbury by Richard Morgan
10.30am on Tues 15 April

Free and open to all. RSVP to or 01722 326899. Juice and biscuits for children, tea and coffee for adults.

Looking Ahead...

The Pastor as Liturgical Leader  Thurs 5 June
Praying the Hours at the Summer Solstice  Fri 20 to Sun 22 June
Postgraduate Study Taster Day  Sat 28 June and Sat 20 September
George Herbert Festival  Thurs 10 to Sun 13 July
Individually Guided Retreat  Mon 4 to Thurs 7 August
Liminal Leadership: Transforming Leaders for a Changing World  Mon 10 to Thurs 13 Nov

Ways to Book

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