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Sabbaticals and Study Leave

Application forms, plus potential locations in Rome, Jerusalem, Devon, Wales and Salisbury.

The Anglican Centre in Rome

This centre is a permanent Anglican diplomatic presence in Rome.  It is the base for the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the Holy See; it provides a ministry of prayer and hospitality, educational opportunities, courses and a library.  It offers advice on pilgrimages and visits to Rome.  It contributes to conversations and building friendships between Anglicans and Roman Catholics at every level.

For details of courses: or contact the Development Officer UK, Revd Bill Snelson 1 Tansur Court, St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 1RA,

St George’s College, Jerusalem

A college of continuing education for all the Anglican Communion but open to all.  St George’s offers short-term courses as well as facilities for individual research.

For details of courses:
Or for course programme details, or any other information please contact the Secretary of the UK Regional Committee: The Revd Paul Conder, 112 Strensall Road, Earswick, York YO32 9SJ.   Phone 01904 763071.

The Society of Mary and Martha, Sheldon House, Devon

The Society at Sheldon provides space for time out plus crisis resources for people in ministry, for example the 12,000 mile Service; led retreats; pick and mix weeks of short courses; catered time out.

For details of the events offered: or write to Society of Mary and Martha, Sheldon, Dunsford, Exeter EX6 7LE;  phone 01647 252752.

St Beuno’s

Offers a wide variety of courses including individually guided retreats, spiritual exercises, creative weekends, food retreat weekends and sexuality and spirituality seminars.   Also offers retreats for students and young people, art workshops and music meditation.  Offering “Space to Think, Refresh, Relax and Pray”, it’s based at St Asaph near Rhyl.  Contact  The Secretary, St Beuno’s, Tremeirchion, St Asaph
North Wales LL17 0AS 01745 583444

Sarum College

Sarum College is an ecumenical study and research centre based in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close.  Bridging scholarly thought and the church, it welcomes people of all faiths and none, offering time and space for people to grow in wisdom and courage.
Courses include Christian Spirituality, Theological Studies, Liturgy and Worship, Leadership and Ministry, Arts and Culture.
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