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`Welcoming All To Grow in Christian Faith and Love`

Sunday 6th Sunday 20th
10.30am Mr. P Hardy (Harvest Festival) 10.30am Mr. D. Hemmingway
Sunday 13th Sunday 27th
18.45amRev.Jimi Kaci Breakfast Church 10.30am Mrs. J. Timmis
10.30am Rev. P. Salter (Holy Communion)  
Creche facilities and Junior Class ( 4 yrs upwards) at morning service.


Bookings: Mrs Joan Jobling 01785 822592. Tuesday: 2pm Women’s Fellowship ( Fortnightly)

Friday: 6.15 –7.45 Junior youth club 8-9.30pm Senior youth club

Contact for Minister through Circuit Office Tel. 01785 229973

School Holidays

Well, the school holidays are over and hopefully all the children are happy and settled into their new classes. The Open The Book team are really looking forward to going into school again to act out stories from the Bible. The children seem to enjoy it and we certainly do. It won’t be long now before we will be preparing the Christmas Story.

He’ll See Them Home.

This poem was given to me by a very dear friend, so I thought I would share it as it may comfort someone who has concerns about their children. Don’t despair so of your children, God will bring them to the fold. Because He died to save them, they’re special to the Lord. He knows how much you love them, He loves them even more. As long as you hold on in prayer, He’ll not close the door. Even now He sees your tears, and He whispers tenderly. Of a Love that conquered all, that all men might be free. So lay them at His alter, let go and leave them there. God will be faithful to your trust, He won’t withhold His care. His hand will ever nurture, no matter where they roam. And He won’t be satisfied, till He sees them safely home.

Women’s Fellowship

The dates for October Women’s Fellowship Autumn program are as follows Oct. 1st Rev. Franzy Herring leading the Harvest Thanksgiving Service, do come and join us. Oct. 5th Harvest Supper. This is always a really enjoyable occasion. Oct. 15th Rev. C. Dakin will lead our meeting. If you would like somewhere to go on a Tuesday afternoon once a fortnight why not pop along and see what we are about, new members are always welcome. 


The first meeting took place on Tuesday the 10th September, where a small group enjoyed an afternoon of fun, chat and craft.

Why not come and join us for an afternoon of relaxation accompanied by a cup of tea and a biscuit. The group is open for anybody who would like to spend an hour or so just enjoying each other’s company. Activities are optional. We would love to see you.

The next meeting will be on 8th October at 2p.m. at The Methodist Chapel - just follow the sign from the car park.

Jan & Gail

(01785 822596 or 824868)

A Prayer. From the Methodist Church

Prayer Handbook.

Lord, we thank you for the transformation of a shrivelled seed into food or flower, The movement of night to day and Your eternal love seen in Jesus. May we be transformed for fruitfulness, become light for others And know that Your love is broader, higher, wider and deeper Than we ever comprehend.


Graham Thompson, Plymouth and Exeter

District Chair.

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