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APRIL & MAY NEWSLETTER



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Featured Courses & Events

Holy Week at Sarum
Holy Week at Sarum

Contemplate Jesus’s journey to the cross through art by and with Mary Flitcroft.

Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 April. From £60 per day, residential prices available.

Mary's exhibition, Works in Clay for Contemplation, is free and open daily until Thursday 18 April.

Processions in Medieval Salisbury Cathedral and Their Antecedents
Processions in Medieval Salisbury Cathedral and Their Antecedents

Public lecture with John Harper on an important aspect of ritual in the medieval church: processions. 

Monday 13 May, lecture 7.30pm to 9pm following drinks at 7pm. £10

Faith in Fiction: Anglican Women Novelists
Faith in Fiction: Anglican Women Novelists

The novel offered Anglican women a voice to explore matters of faith and their relationship to the Church. This day will feature Rose Macaulay, Dorothy Sayers and P.D. James.

Saturday 18 May, 10am to 4pm with Judith Maltby and Alison Shell. £60

Biblical Study Break: The World of Jesus – Archaeology, Geography and Texts
Biblical Study Break: The World of Jesus – Archaeology, Geography and Texts

An immersion into the world of Jesus through archaeology, geography and New Testament texts.

Monday 20 to Thursday 23 May with Stephen Need. £240/£400

College News

Congratulations to Sarum College Graduates
Congratulations to Sarum College Graduates

Presentation Day is our annual award ceremony to celebrate academic achievement with students and their family and friends. Held in St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury, the keynote speaker this year was Loretta Minghella OBE, First Church Estates Commissioner and former Chief Executive Officer of Christian Aid. Congratulations to all who received their awards! Read more »

Grantchester: Before and After with James Runcie
Grantchester: Before and After

James Runcie launches his new book, The Road to Grantchester, the prequel to the hugely successful Grantchester series on Wednesday 10 April at 6.30pm. Tickets £4 from Sarum College Bookshop.

For details of more bookshop events, the book of the month and more, subscribe to the monthly Bookshop Bulletin.

Forthcoming Courses & Events

Vocation, Identity and Affirmation
Vocation, Identity and Affirmation
Mon 29 April, 10am to 4pm
Funeral Ministry and the Church of England
Funeral Ministry and the Church of England
Wed 8 May, 10am to 4pm
Mass Culture: Theological Engagement and Spiritual Practice
Mon 13 to Thurs 16 May
The Desert Fathers and Mothers
The Desert Fathers and Mothers
Fri 17 May, 10am to 4pm
Postgraduate Study Taster Day
Postgraduate Study Taster Day
Sat 8 June, 10am to 3pm
Theology Quest and Questions
Theology Quest and Questions
New term on Tues 30 April
A Fresh Approach to the Art of Leading Worship
A Fresh Approach to the Art of Leading Worship
Thurs 9 May, 10am to 4pm
Music in Christian Worship
Mon 13 to Thurs 16 May
New Thinking in Pastoral and Practical Theology
New Thinking in Pastoral and Practical Theology
Wed 5 June, 10am to 4pm
The Bible on Film
The Bible on Film
Tues 11 June, 10am to 4pm
How the Letter to Ephesians Can Help Your Church Grow
How the Letter to Ephesians Can Help Your Church Grow
Thurs 2 May, 10am to 4pm
Death and Life: Living Well in the Light of Mortality
Death and Life: Living Well in the Light of Mortality
Mon 13 May, 10am to 4pm
Lunchtime Concert
Lunchtime Concert
Rearranged concert from 25 January on Fri 17 May
Richard Hooker, Apostle of Anglicanism
Richard Hooker, Apostle of Anglicanism
Thurs 6 June, 10am to 4pm
Strategies for Mission from a Celtic Saint
Strategies for Mission from a Celtic Saint
Tues 25 June, 10am to 4pm
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