Gussage St Michael does have it's own website if you want more information about the village.
For the current situation on Services please go to the Benefice Services page on this site
MISSION AND PASTORAL MEASURE 2011
BENEFICES OF CHASE AND CRANBORNE WITH BOVERIDGE, EDMONDSHAM WIMBORNE ST GILES AND WOODLANDS
The Diocesan Mission and Pastoral Committee (“the Committee”) is considering making recommendations to the Bishop under the Mission and Pastoral Measure 2011 for draft proposals to be circulated which will have the effect of transferring the parishes of Gussage All Saints and Gussage St Michael out of the benefice of Chase and into the benefice of Cranborne with Boveridge, Edmondsham Wimborne St Giles and Woodlands
Before deciding on its recommendations to the Bishop, the Committee is required to ascertain the views of all the interested parties. The Committee will then consider these views before coming to a final decision on what, if any, recommendations it should make to the Bishop.
An incumbent or priest in charge who is affected by these proposals has the right under the Measure to meet representatives of the Committee to present his or her views, and should notify the Pastoral Secretary in this case. A Parochial Church Council or its appointed representative may also request to meet the Committee's representatives to discuss its views. In these draft proposals the benefices are in different deaneries, so both rural deans and lay chairmen will be sent this letter. They should, however, note that the deanery synod is not itself an interested party but they are encouraged to keep the synod, the synod's standing committee or any ad hoc deanery pastoral committee informed about the progress of the proposals.
Pastoral & Patronage Secretary, Diocese of Salisbury
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