Services at 10:30 am unless stated otherwise.
Sunday 5th To be arranged (including Holy Communion)
Sunday 12th Uniting with Langport URC, Bow Street. Rev. Brian Willetts.
Sunday 19th Rev. Tim Richards
Sunday 26th Rev. Rowena Francis
We are an inclusive, outward looking group of people and we welcome all: wherever you are on your life/spiritual journey we welcome you without regard to age, gender, denominational background, sexual orientation, race or ability. We respect the traditions of our past, engage with the present and look forward to the future, believing that Christian truth is not contained in static prepositional statements but is ever changing and constantly evolving. Tea/coffee is served after every service providing the opportunity to meet and chat with each other and the preacher.
Minister: Rev. Tim Richards 01458 252799.
Minister's Sabbatical: part of the United Reformed Churches care for its serving ministers includes, after 10 years of active service, the provision of a 3 month Sabbatical or period of 'rest'. Released from the usual demands of the role of minister the Church encourages individuals to rest, recuperate, take and enjoy the opportunity to explore interests (church or otherwise) that have been most usually neglected due to time constraints and responsibility. From September into the middle of December this year our minister, Tim, will be on sabbatical leave (3 years late!). This means he will not be contactable in his role as Church minister. You may see him out & about in the village and he can be approached (!) — but any church business needs to be redirected to our Associate Church Minister Rev. Rowena Francis 01749 679300. Many thanks.
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