October and November courses and events at Sarum College
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Courses & Events at Sarum College

October & November 2012  |  Send a booking enquiry or email
Heart of the Divine

Heart of the Divine

Explore the riches of the Christian spiritual tradition and its relevance for today during six once-monthly sessions. First session begins Wed 10 Oct Details
Conference for Spiritual Directors

Conference for Spiritual Directors

Support and learning for spiritual direction/ accompanying, as well as a deepening of our own spiritual journeys. 2 to 4 Nov Details
Through a Glass Darkly

Through a Glass Darkly

Exhibition of glass art and design exploring the long and evolving relationship between glass and spirituality. Free and open daily until 3 Dec 
Book of Common Prayer

The BCP from the Outside

A multi-denominational look at how the 1662 Book of Common Prayer changed public prayer. Thurs 15 to Fri 16 Nov
Day of Spiritual Reflection: Seeking the Hidden Door
A day of spiritual reflection blending traditional storytelling with personal reflection. Friday 12 October, 10am to 4pm Details

Christian Faith and Leadership
Explore the ways theology and spirituality underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership within and outside faith-based contexts. Monday 15 to Thursday 18 October. Details

Foundations and Forms of Christian Spirituality
An introduction to the study of spirituality through different classic spiritual traditions. Monday 15 to Thursday 18 October. Details

Lunchtime Concert: Jessica Summers & Jelena Makarova
Friday 19 October Details

2012 Niblett Memorial Lecture
The Rt Hon Frank Field will give his talk on Saturday 20 October at 5pm. Free entry, but advance booking is required. Guests are also welcome to book supper (£15) following the lecture. Details

Nourishing the Human Spirit
A once-monthly group of collaborative enquiry focused on the question: 'What nourishes the human spirit?' Begins Sunday 21 October Details

Introduction to Liturgical Studies
This module introduces the sources and methods used by liturgical scholars in the evaluation of liturgical history and contemporary worship events. Monday 22 to Thursday 25 October Details

Theology and Human Culture
Study the ‘texts’ and practices of human culture and explore the relationship between theology and culture. Monday 22 to Thursday 25 October Details

Relocating Religion: The Clergy as Portrayed in 50 Years of Popular Media
How the cleric/pastor/minister has been caricatured, lampooned and reconstructed in popular culture. Tuesday 6 November Details

Renaissance Ministry
With retirement for many now looking as if it may be 70 what does it mean to be in parochial ministry for the long haul? Two-part course beginning Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 November Details

Lunchtime Concert: Simon McEnery & Elizabeth Sweetnam
Friday 16 November Details

Re-imagining Church in a Changing Culture
Go beyond the headlines about the continuing decline in church membership. Students critique the contemporary church using both theological and sociological tools. Monday 26 to Thursday 29 November Details

Embodying Wisdom
Introduction of key concepts in the psychological and philosophical debates of the past 100 years that have moulded and influenced our contemporary understanding of Christian spirituality. Monday 26 to Thursday 29 November Details

Theology Quest and Questions  |  October & November

Series of Tuesday evening sessions to explore the very essence of Christianity and its beginnings. More information on TQQ

Theology and Prayer: Worship and Belief
Tuesday 9 October, 7 to 9pm Details

Theology with Theologians: An Introduction to Theological Schemes
Tuesday 16 October, 7 to 9pm Details

Theology Through Art
Tuesday 23 October, 7 to 9pm Details

God the Trinity
Tuesday 30 October, 7 to 9pm Details

God and Creation
Tuesday 6 November, 7 to 9pm Details

Made in the Image of God
Tuesday 13 November, 7 to 9pm Details

The Fractured Image: Sin
Tuesday 20 November, 7 to 9pm Details

Living in Creation: Perspectives on Ethics
Tuesday 27 November, 7 to 9pm Details

£5 per session  |  £45 per term

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Christmas Meals at Sarum

Christmas Meals at Sarum College

Two-courses from £11pp, three-courses from £15pp
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Contact Richard Amey, Catering Manager for further details  |  01722 424800
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