Clarendon Team News – 19th January 2018

Nils, Judith, Leif, Esther and Naomi would like to thank all the members of the Clarendon Team for the extremely generous gifts we received from you at our last service on 7th January. We are very grateful!
Should any of you wish to keep in contact our new address in Wimbledon is – 3 Arthur Road, London SW19 7DL.
Our personal emails are –
My mobile remains the same (07960 321355 and yes there is a signal in Wimbledon!). We don’t yet have a landline.
We will be leaving Winterslow next week!

With our love and prayers,
Nils, Judith, Leif, Esther and Naomi

There are no funerals in the Team next week

Prayer for Vision in the Process to find a new Team Rector
Beth and Debbie would like to invite you to join them for an hour of prayer  on Sunday 21st January at 3.00pm at St. Peter’s Church, Pitton.

Nils’ Induction Service, Monday 5th February, 8pm
There are just a few seats remaining on the coach to Wimbledon so if you would like to go, please contact Jolande asap (01980 863635) 
to reserve a seat.  The cost is £15 per person and this charge is non-refundable although we hope to put together a small reserves list in case anyone has to drop out and seats become available again
Sue Sinclair has offered to take over the milk bottle tops collection from Judith Bersweden.  The bottle tops go to Exeter House School to help their school’s fundraising.  The bottle tops can be left in the church porch of St. Peter’s in Pitton, at the Team Office in Winterslow (outside the door if the office is closed), or at  Pear Tree Cottage, High Street, Pitton.   Please
give the tops a wash before sending them on as they will be stored until we have a reasonable amount to deliver to the school.
Please check the Team website for details of all services across the Team

Please email any articles for inclusion in the weekly newssheet to me by 9 am next Friday morning.

Reaching out across the Divide

BEREAVED families on opposite sides of the world’s most intractable conflict are refusing to be enemies.

A remarkable film – to be screened in Salisbury next month – follows 27 Palestinians and Israelis who have lost loved ones to the other side as they listen to each other’s narratives.
Muslim Palestinians, second generation Holocaust survivors and nonviolent activists are among those anxious to share each other’s stories and explain their own historical and political perspectives.

Called History through the Human Eye, the project is led by Parents Circle – Families Forum a groundbreaking organisation which sends out bereaved Israelis and Palestinians in pairs to speak to audiences interested in breaking down barriers.
Emmy award-winning director Tor Ben-Mayor captures the project in his film Two-Sided Story to be shown at Sarum College in the Cathedral Close on 1st February 2018.
The event, staged by Sarum Concern for Israel-Palestine, will finish with a Q&A session chaired by Canon Guy Wilkinson.
He said: “If we advocate for one side or another from afar, we need to be sure that we listen to all who have suffered and especially to those like the Parents Circle who advocate not for a side, but for peace and reconciliation and who take sides only against the violence they have suffered.”

Doors open at 7 for 7.30pm. A retiring collection will be taken.


Clarendon Team Ministry

The Team Office,
Gunville Road, Winterslow
SalisburyWiltshire SP5 1PP
United Kingdom

Team Office Hours Tuesday to Friday 9.00am to 12.30pm

Team Administrator:
Mrs Jolande Bunyan
01980 863635

Team Rector:
Revd Nils Bersweden
01980 862231

Team Vicar:
Revd Beth Hutton
01722 238504

Team Vicar:
Revd Jane Dunlop
01794 884793

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