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‘There is a God-shaped vacuum in the heart of each man which cannot be satisfied by any created thing, but only by God, the Creator, made known through Jesus Christ’ - Blaise Pascal
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At this point, it certainly is not beginning to look a lot like Christmas – or certainly Christmas as we think we know it, anyway.
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For many of us lockdown has been at best surreal, at worst catastrophic. For young people already in the midst of change, the sudden removal of familiarity has been disastrous. The pandemic has affected not only their present but also their future prospects.
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This year, Saltmine Trust celebrated its 40th anniversary. A lot has happened over the past 40 years in Saltmine. Here are some thoughts from all of the CEOs of Saltmine Trust:
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Download a full copy of Saltmine News Autumn/Winter 2020 and our Prayer card

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One of the greatest honours, and challenges, of Saltmine’s work is the gift of telling true stories.
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The world feels different now, doesn’t it? We hear the words ‘unprecedented’, ‘pandemic’ and ‘crisis’ as if they were normal.
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In light of the advice and instructions issued during the past few days by the Government, Saltmine Theatre Company is unable to continue touring until further notice.

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With the wonderful news of being proud owners of Saltmine’s headquarters building in Dudley, we are now in a position to invest and upgrade the interior facilities.
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When asked to identify the defining moment in his life, Desmond Tutu said it came at the tender age of nine, as he and his mother were walking down the street. A tall white man dressed in a sharp black suit began to approach them. During the days of the South African apartheid, the societal norm when a black person and a white person met on a footpath would be for the former to step into the gutter to allow the latter to pass, with an additional nod of the head as a gesture of respect.

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