Clarendon Team News – 14th September 2018

Dear Friends,
What an exciting weekend we have!

Please pray for Catherine and Matt who will be married this weekend at Farley. May the sun shine on them!

Both our churches will offer Eucharist services on Sunday, with Beth coming to Farley and Bryan Coates coming to Pitton, so we greatly look forward to seeing you in one or the other!

The Tuesday Group re-starts after the summer this coming week and new members of the group are most welcome. We will meet at Emmaus on White Hill at the home of Joan and Cliff Lodge at 10.15.

Jane and I wish you a very happy weekend and please do read on for Team Notices,

With best wishes from Sara

Please check the website for details of services in the Team this week.

Funerals in the Team this week:
Mrs Dora Pike RIP at Farley on Tuesday 18th September at 11 am
Mr John Fry RIP at Winterslow on Friday 21st September at 1pm

TITANIC: The Triumph and the Tragedy
an illustrated talk by Michael Barratt
7.30pm on 20th October at Whiteparish Memorial Hall
Details see:

Piano available
Old but in reasonably good condition and recently tuned. For further details please contact: Barbs on 01722 710083


Jonathan Veira- Songs and Tales
The renowned international singer and raconteur returns to Salisbury for an evening of wonderful music, comedy and entertainment on Friday 28th September at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Church. This promises to be a great evening, with amazing singing, stories and plenty of laughs. This is a great event to come to with friends or family. You can buy tickets online at

Salisbury Angels Flower Festival – 5-6th October at Salisbury UR Church. Demonstrations and Flower-arranging workshops available. For further details see:

Listening to the Voices of Dementia:  Learning from the Inside. Course running at and by Sarum College as follows: Mon 17th September 2018 11:00am to 3:00pm,  £60 including lunch and refreshments, £25 for carers and free for those living with dementia,

Keynote speaker: Jennifer Bute, a former GP from Southampton who retired when she was diagnosed with early onset dementia. Since then, she has given many talks and says that the experience of helping people to understand the condition has been ‘a glorious opportunity.’

Jennifer will be joined by Elizabeth Bartlett, a Salisbury-based social worker who has pioneered new methods of counselling and peer support for people living with dementia and their carers. The workshop will be hosted by the Principal of Sarum College, James Woodward, who has written and lectured widely on dementia and spirituality.

For further details see:

See below details of three new events organised by St Paul’s Church, Salisbury:

  • City Exchange 9-10.30 am Tuesday 18th September SP2
  • (meets once every two months) 
This is an opportunity for those working in agencies on the front line of caring for those who are more vulnerable to meet and share ideas, resources and good practice. It includes an invitation to those organisations who are not faith based. All welcome.
  • CAP ( Christians Against Poverty) Fresh Start ( formerly CAP Release) course starts Thursday 20th September 5.30pm SP2
A course for those who want support for life controlling issues ( gambling, alcohol or drug addiction, internet issues, shopping and social media issues). For more information

  • Restored Lives Course starts Monday 24th September 2018 at 7pm at SP2 
A course to support those who have experienced the pain of divorce or separation. For more information see


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:
Post Vacant

Team Vicar:
Revd Beth Hutton
01722 238504

Team Vicar:
Revd Jane Dunlop
01794 884793

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