Weekly Newsletter, 21st April 2017
JULIAN GROUP – A Meeting for Contemplative Prayer takes place on the second Tuesday of every month at 9.30 in the Vestry of All Saints Church, Whiteparish. Contacts : Sheelagh Knight 01794 884402 – Jane Dunlop 01794 884793
An Ecumenical Quiet Day with Julian of Norwich ‘Rest in the Goodness of God’ on Saturday June 3rd in Bournemouth Contact the facilitator Fr. Luke Penkett 07508 385490
On Friday 12th May in Pitton Village Hall, Paul Alexander’s one man show about St. Francis of Assisi. Tickets: Adults £10 / Children free, Tickets available from the churches of the Clarendon Team or by calling 01980 863635, A complimentary drink for everyone from 6.30pm, see poster:
Concert at St Mary’s Church, West Dean, Saturday 13 May 7.30pm by Southampton Brass Ensemble and Courtlye Musick
Southampton Brass Ensemble is well known in Southampton and the New Forest. They play a wide range of music including New Orleans jazz and swing, through to light classical and a little Baroque music.
Courtlye Musick - Martin and Anita Felton, Anne Gray and Gareth Jones.
Four musicians who explore and present sounds of Tudor and Elizabethan times.
Their costumed performance includes secular music for the nobility and middle-classes of Tudor society as well as the more robust songs, dances and outdoor music that would have been played by the ‘Town Waits’ at festivals and grand occasions.
a of St John's Smith Square and baritone lay clerk at Southwark St George's Cathedral. He is the
Whiteparish Music Festival, 22nd -29th April. Please see poster here: www.clarendonteam.org/admin/WPMusicFest17.pdf
Sarum College, in partnership with Salisbury Cathedral, is delighted to welcome Dr Jane Shaw, Dean for Religious Life,at Stanford University for this year’s Sarum Lectures series.
Origins of Modern Spirituality: The Forgotten Anglican Innovators
This series will look at four Anglicans from the early 20th-century Church of England who revived spirituality at a time when people were questioning institutional religion. Their work resonates with our own ‘spiritual but not religious’ age.
The 2017 series of four evening lectures will be held from 7pm to 8pm in Salisbury Cathedral with a seminar in Sarum College on Fri 5 May, 11am to 1pm. Each lecture is £8 or £27 for the series of four. The seminar is £12.
Tuesday 25 April 2017 - Percy Dearmer: The Sarum Rite, Art and ‘English Tradition’
Thursday 27 April 2017 Evelyn Underhill: Practical Mysticism and the Rise of Retreats
Tuesday 2 May 2017 Reginald Somerset Ward: Prayer and a Rule of Life
Thursday 4 May 2017 -Rose Macaulay: “What a Heritage We Have. I Mean, We Anglicans”
Friday 5 May 2017 Seminar: Anglican Spirituality in a ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ Age
Basic Good Practice for Church Run Groups – Training Session
This is an early evening training session run by Lizzie Whitbread on Tuesday, 13th June 2017 from 1700-1900 hrs at the Diocesan Education Centre in Wilton. You may be interested in attending (this is not a compulsory session.) Please click on the link below for the full details about the training, and to BOOK ONLINE: