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Sarum College Courses & Events Newsletter
December 2014 & January 2015   |   01722 424800   |   info@sarum.ac.uk
2015 Sarum Lectures
Touching the Divine
St John of the Cross: Prayer as Poetry
The Character of Parish Churches
Biblical Study Break: The Book of Judges: Exploring its Meanings

Christian Spirituality

Touching the Divine
Series of three sessions exploring the place that touch holds within the Christian tradition. Begins Thurs 22 January
The Nature of Contemporary Spirituality
An introduction to the nature of Spirituality in the Christian tradition from the nineteenth century to the present day. Mon 26 to Thurs 29 January
St John of the Cross: Prayer as Poetry
A weekend to explore some of the spiritual wisdom of John of the Cross through his poetry and writings. Fri 30 January to Sun 1 February

Liturgy and Worship

Liturgy and Time: Calendar and Daily Prayer
Explore the ways in which Christian worship has been influenced by its relationship with time. Mon 8 to Thurs 11 December

Leadership and Ministry

Reflective Practice
A methodological and hermeneutical study of how reflective practice can underpin and challenge an understanding of leadership. Mon 26 to Thurs 29 January

The Arts

Lunchtime Concert
Norbert Meyn (tenor) and Malcolm Miller (piano). Programme includes Beethoven and Mendelssohn Lieder. Fri 5 December
The Character of Parish Churches
Fully illustrated series of six lectures on the ways our parish churches have developed architecturally. Begins Thurs 22 January
Lunchtime Concert
Frida Backman (violin) and Lynda Smith (piano). Programme includes Copland and Sibelius, marking 150 years since the birth of Sibelius. Fri 30 January

Theology and Culture

Re-imagining Church in a Changing Culture
Go beyond the headlines about the continuing decline in church membership to critique the contemporary church using both theological and sociological tools. Mon 8 to Thurs 11 December
The Book of Judges: Exploring its Meanings
Biblical study break with Robin Baker to explore the ‘problematic book’. Is it preached history? Indeed, is it history at all? Or was it intended to convey more esoteric meanings? Mon 2 to Thurs 5 February
2015 Sarum Lectures
In light of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, this series will highlight different aspects of medieval history around the time the document was sealed and their resonance for today. Begins Fri 20 February

Theology Quest and Questions

Spring 2015 term explores issues raised by the impact of Jesus of Nazareth on human life. More information on TQQ »
The Cosmic Christ
Tues 13 January

The Human Christ
Tues 20 January
The Political Christ
Tues 27 January

Seeing Salvation: The Vision of Art
Tues 3 February

Looking Ahead...

The Literature of World War One Since 1918  Begins Mon 2 March
New Horizons in Christian Spirituality  Wed 4 to Fri 6 March
The Passion According to J.S. Bach  Thurs 5 March
From Freedom to Justice: Lenten Retreat  Mon 16 to Wed 18 March
The Passion and Resurrection in Mark  Tues 17 March
Free Postgraduate Study Taster Day  Sat 21 March
Cookham Stations of the Cross  Thurs 26 March
Holy Week at Sarum 2015: The Stones Cry Out  Mon 30 March to Thurs 2 April
A Day With Julian of Norwich on Sin and Suffering  Sat 18 April
Mission, Megatrends and the Future of the Church  Thurs 23 to Sat 25 April
Biblical Study Break: The Bible and Christian Ethics  Mon 27 to Thurs 30 April
Sarum College Bookshop & Small Business Saturday

Ways to Book

Email courses@sarum.ac.uk
Phone 01722 424800
Visit www.sarum.ac.uk
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Visit 19 The Close, Salisbury
During Christmas and new year Sarum College will be closed from midday on Tuesday 23 December until Monday 5 January.
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