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May & June Courses and Events Newsletter from Sarum College
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Sarum College Courses & Events Newsletter
May & June 2014   |   01722 424800   |   info@sarum.ac.uk

Highlights This Issue

Free Postgraduate Study Taster Days
Day of Spiritual Reflection
Mysticism in the Modern World
2014 Sarum Theological Lectures
Praying the Hours at the Summer Solstice

Christian Spirituality

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
Contemporary Spirituality
A look at the recent developments in spirituality, particularly in the light of various writings on the ‘spiritual revolution’ within theology, sociology, psychology, philosophy and literary criticism. Tues 27 to Fri 30 May
Celtic Spirituality
Themes in Celtic spirituality and their historical background. Mon 23 to Thurs 26 June [fully booked for non-MA students]

Liturgy and Worship

Worship, Art and Architecture
An investigation of Church buildings and their art in selected and typical historical periods to highlight key interpretative issues. Tues 27 to Fri 30 May
The Pastor as Liturgical Leader
Review your liturgical leadership and consider how to bridge the gap between liturgist and pastor. Thurs 5 June
Praying the Hours at the Summer Solstice
This weekend is an invitation to mark the mid-point of the year by following the monastic rhythm of daily prayer, or Liturgy of the Hours. Fri 20 to Sun 22 June

Leadership and Ministry

Christian Leadership and the Unconscious
An introduction to an understanding and working knowledge of unconscious processes, organisational life and the practice of leadership. Mon 9 to Thurs 12 June

The Arts

From the Divine to the Secular: The Italian Renaissance in Venice, Rome & Florence
Series of Thursday evening art lectures. Rome with Maggie Guillebaud on Thurs 8 May and Venice with Charles Pickstone on Thurs 15 May.
The Magdalene in Art
A study of portrayals of Mary Magdalene in painting and in sculpture. Fri 16 May [Please note this is now fully booked]
Sanctuary at Sarum
Exhibition of photographs and source materials by John Maine and artwork by a group from Morning Star Salisbury. Free and open daily until Wed 23 July

Theology and Culture

Theology and Film
Explore the historical relationship between theology and film, as well as the reception of film by the Christian churches. Mon 9 to Thurs 12 June
Sarum Theological Lectures 2014: Glory and Longing
Series of four lectures in Salisbury Cathedral with Dr Christopher Southgate on the very concept of glory in nature, in poetry, and in the Christian life, ‘being transformed from one degree of glory to another’. Mon 9 to Thurs 12 June

Theology Quest and Questions

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
The Divine Spirit and Christian Ethics  Tues 3 June
Believing and Belonging  Tues 17 June
Living in Hope  Tues 24 June

Tuesday evenings 7pm to 9pm, £5 per session. Full details

Looking Ahead...

George Herbert Festival  Thurs 10 to Sun 13 July
Individually Guided Retreat  Mon 4 to Thurs 7 August
Transforming Leaders for a Changing World  Mon 10 to Thurs 13 November
8 Bible-themed Journey Days for Primary Schools

Book Launch at Sarum College Bookshop


Barbara Meardon and Verity Holloway will be in Sarum College Bookshop on Tuesday 20 May at 4pm to launch their new schools resource book, '8 Bible-themed Journey Days for Primary Schools'. 

Free and open to all. RSVP to bookshop@sarum.ac.uk or telephone 01722 326899. Full details

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