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Service sheet for Sunday 29 March

posted 26 Mar 2020, 05:05 by Simon Talbot   [ updated 27 Mar 2020, 06:09 ]

With thanks to our curate, Rev Gudrun Thomas for putting this week's service together. Please click the attached link:

Join us as we continue to worship!

posted 19 Mar 2020, 03:37 by Simon Talbot

Well this is all a bit strange isn’t it! I hope you have heard we are unable to meet for church groups or services for the foreseeable future.


That being the case we are going to have to “be church” in a different way for the time being. The clergy team are going to be producing a written service each week. This is being emailed to those we have addresses for and hand delivered to those we don’t. If it has been emailed to you, but you would prefer a paper copy please let me know. A copy of the service is also available on the Willand and Uffculme church websites (addresses above).


The idea is that you read through the service at the time you would normally be in church. Hopefully this will help us to know we are not doing this on our own, but are joined by others, albeit in different places. It might feel a bit strange at first, but can I suggest you say the service out loud. It just help us to take time as we worship and not rush through scan reading it. 


In time I will also experiment with leading the service on the internet, but more details about that in due course!


I hope the extra time we have will actually be helpful. Why not take time to reflect on your relationship with God, reading a section of scripture and praying? 


If you ever want to talk about something, to pray over the phone, are feeling a bit low or have a practical problem please feel free to phone or email Simon, Michelle or Gudrun, we are more than happy to do what we can to help.


your brother in Christ 


Simon


20 3 22 Mothering Sunday service.pdf

Looking out for your neighbours...

posted 16 Mar 2020, 03:25 by Simon Talbot

Please consider whether you could look out for a few neighbours over the next few weeks. If you feel able to here is a slip that can be printed off and put through someone's door.


St Mary's Advent Angel trail

posted 28 Nov 2018, 08:20 by Simon Talbot   [ updated 14 Oct 2019, 09:00 ]

They will start appearing in December

                       Keep your eyes open for the ANGEL LOGO and any other Angels.

How many will you find???

 

Will you display an ANGEL?

                   Would you like to be part in the Advent Angel Trail?

 Or do it with your children?

This is what to do!!

 

1.      Print an Angel Logo and a map of Willand (click on image below and print- you might need to set your printer to print "landscape")

 

2.      Display your Angel Logo in a prominent place that can be seen from the road, eg in a window, or protected by plastic and hung from a tree in your garden

 

3.      Or be even more adventurous and display other styles of Angels

How about life-size angels in your garden??!!

 

  4    Do the Trail with your children.

                         As you wander around Willand tick the ANGEL’S position on the map.

 

Pop the map with your name on it into the Church Letter Box outside the Church Hall in Rectory Close. EX15 2RH by 3pm Christmas Eve.

 The winner picked out from the entries will be announced on Christmas Eve at the 4pm Christingle Service (and we’ll contact you!)

 

Let’s add to our village’s Christmas decorations and fill it with ANGELS to celebrate Jesus’s Birthday


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