eTog Jan 15 - Stratton Deanery

The magazine of
the Week St Mary Circle of Churches
Candlemas to Lent
2015
United we stand
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From the Rectory
It’s wonderful the way Christianity offers us an unending series of excuses
to make the most of life – in the form of the feasts, festivals and seasons
which make up the liturgical calendar. No sooner has one finished, than
another is heaving into view. There’s hardly any time between saying
goodbye to Epiphanytide and putting the white vestments away, before
we’re getting out the purple ones for Lent, beginning on Ash Wednesday
(which this year is 18th February). Each of the Church’s four colours has
its own significance, with purple in the weeks before Easter and Christmas
indicating periods of reflection and anticipation.
Lent is two weeks longer than Advent, with the more extended time of
preparation befitting the more major festival at the end. And although in
the pre-Christmas time of Advent there’s an uncomfortable contrast
between the restrained atmosphere inside the churches and the seasonal
excesses outside – at least everybody is ‘getting ready’ in some way or
another. Lent is different, because the rest of society is
involved in any
sort of preparation for anything, and finds the run-up to Easter a complete
and utter non-event.
Even within the Church it’s not always terribly obvious how to make the
best use of these six weeks, but there at least a sense that this is a
period of particular significance. It’s important that we
see time as
special, because it helps us treasure each and every moment. Unlike the
secular world where time is seen essentially in linear terms, the Church
sees it more as a cycle or a spiral. We come back to where we were last
year – but from the slightly different perspective that results from the way
we’ve grown since then.
In Lent the focus is very much on the final chapters of Jesus’s ministry,
when his courageous outspokenness eventually (and terribly predictably)
resulted in what at the time must have seemed a complete and utter
disaster. With the benefit of hindsight we can see that, far from being the
end of the story, it was only the beginning. It would be useful to have
hindsight a bit early, but because we obviously can’t, it means our whole
lives are a series of leaps of faith.
we make mistakes,
(with hindsight) we could (and
should) have done things differently (and better). But all we can ever do is
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try the best we can at the time, making decisions fully aware of our
limitations and imperfections. Lent is a time when we can take full
advantage of hindsight and look back, not just at Jesus’s final weeks, but
also at our own lives
(roughly: from a God’s eye
view).
The more attention we pay to Lent, the more we will tend to benefit from
it. Recent years have seen less attention given to various kinds of dietary
abstinence (such as not eating chocolate or biscuits) and more emphasis
on doing something extra instead. This might involve more regular church
attendance; or going to Bishop Tim’s Lent course on Tuesdays in the
Parkhouse centre at 6.45 pm, starting on 24th February; or maybe
spending a bit more time than usual in reading the bible, or even a
theological book or two (there are many good ones readily available, so
just ask if you want some suggestions).
None of the above should be seen as any form of penance (to be given up
gratefully and with relief as soon as Lent is over!) – but rather as an
encouragement to longer-term habits that are in themselves well worth
cultivating. Some might regret the decline in Lenten asceticism, seeing it
as an example of how religion has become flabby and undemanding, in
order not to require much of anybody. Others, however, would argue that
to see Lent as mainly a time of negativity and self-mortification, is to divert
attention from the opportunity it provides for doing some serious thinking
and potentially life-changing reflection.
Some people want nothing to do with
form of Lenten observance –
but still find its last few days moving beyond words. Each of us is on a
unique spiritual journey, with different needs and priorities, and it’s a
matter of finding what works for us and what doesn’t (whilst always
respecting those who see and do things differently).
There is no single right way to keep Lent (although there may be plenty of
wrong ways). What important, however, is for each of us to set aside
the time needed to ask serious questions about our faith, and to refuse to
be content with the banalities and brittle certainties that often masquerade
as religious truth. If we do that, we are according our faith the significance
that it merits, and preparing ourselves, once again, for the amazing events
of Holy Week.
Revd Tony
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Bishop Tim
will be leading the Lent Course on
Tuesday evenings
24th February, 3rd March,
10th March & 17th March
at The Parkhouse Centre, Bude
7.00 pm
(Coffee/Tea will be served from 6.30 pm)
Everyone is welcome!
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Stratton Deanery Waymark Event
The Feast of the Presentation of
Christ in the Temple
Sunday 1st February,
1.15 pm at Poundstock Gildhouse
A simple meal of Soup, Bread & Cheese
and Fruit will be provided
(Donations to support the Ebola Crisis Appeal)
Please bring a light from your morning worship and
an artefact from your church that speaks to you of
journeying UP, IN, WITH, and OUT
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WSM Adventure Church
We meet at the church on Tuesday evenings
after school. During the winter most of our
Adventures take place indoors but in better
weather we aim to be outdoors and active as
much as possible.
Parents are asked to attend with children if they possibly can and
certainly if they are very young. We expect older children to be
responsible, caring and to set an example to others. Activities are
organised so that there is something for all ages.
Ring 01288 341221 if you would like more information, or just
turn up on a Tuesday!
February Programme:
Sun 1st 9.30am Candlemas- Anna and Simeon
Tues 3rd
4.30pm
Candlemas Candle Making
Sausages and baked beans
Tues 10th 4.30pm
In the Beginning was the Word
All creatures great and small Visit from ‘Jack’s Zoo’ at the church
- £2 per child
Packed snack
Tues 17th 4.30pm
Tues 24th 4.30pm
SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE PARTY
PANCAKES!!
Listening to God’s Instructions TBA
Fish Fingers and Spaghetti
We will be preparing a Together page for children from March
onwards with Challenges, craft ideas, colouring and puzzles to
interest children of all ages.
Our Facebook Group is 'Week St Mary Adventure Church' , please
find us and ask to join the group.
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CAMEO
Come And Meet Each Other
at Linda’s on Friday 20th February from 2.00pm.
For anyone who wants just to share time
over a cup of tea (and mince pies)
with a friendly group of people.
Contact: Linda Cobbledick (01288 341 468).
Looking forward to seeing you!
Meet’n’Eat
in Week St Mary Parish Hall at 12.30pm
on Mon 2nd February
Looking forward to seeing you,
Sue, Brenda, Linda and the team.
The WEEK ST MARY POP-IN COFFEE CLUB
in the Methodist Sunday School Room
every other Thursday, 10.30am - 12noon
For more details, please ring: 01288 341 513
MOTHER* & TODDLER
COFFEE POT CLUB
Meets every Tuesday from 10.00 to 12.00
in Week St Mary Parish Hall
Tons of toys, carafes of coffee, loads of laughter.
Babes bring your Mum and have some fun!
Want more info? Contact Amy Holding (01566 785 580)
*Fathers, grandmothers/fathers, uncles, aunts, etc, etc, also welcome!
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SOLACE
your local Bereavement Support Group
meets on the FIRST TUESDAY of every month
at The Parkhouse Centre in Bude from 2:30pm - 4:30pm.
It’s free & open to all who are bereaved.
Solace is supported by A.W. Bryant - Funeral Directors - to whom we
are very grateful - but is open to anyone regardless of which Funeral
Director they have been involved with.
If you want to know more:
phone Rob on 01566 781570 or email robyeomans30@gmail.com
FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT
This year Fairtrade Fortnight will run from
23 February - 8 March.
All our churches are registered as Fair Trade churches
where we try to use tea and coffee from sustainable
resources. Please look out for the various promotions in our
supermarkets and support this worthwhile cause.
Sign up to the campaigns newsletter to keep up to date on all things
Fairtrade and Fairtrade Fortnight related.
Sue.
Do you need support with . . .
Getting around? Looking after yourself?
Seeing and hearing? Caring for someone else?
For more information, contact
Adult Care and Support Tel: 0300 1234 131
www.cornwall.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=4014
email: adultcare@cornwall.gov.uk
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Widemouth Bay Summerhouse
Tuesday Discussion Group
Are reading:
by John V. Taylor.
You would be welcome to join them
on Tuesdays at 2.30pm.
Their afternoons end with tea.
For more info, please ring Hilda on 01288 361 323
Widemouth Bay Summerhouse
Early 2015 Events - Fridays at 2pm except 27th March!
Feb 13th Make a birthday card with Margaret Jeffery
Small charge
Feb 27th Craft and chat
(mostly chat with a cup of tea, biscuits and dogs to pat)
March 13th Make an Easter card with Margaret Jeffery Small
charge
March 27th Lent Lunch at 12 noon
April 10th Craft and chat ( mostly chat with tea, biccies and dogs)
April 24th Come to an indoor picnic!
For details please ring Hilda on 361323 or Hazel on 361892
STRATTON DEANERY BOOK CLUB
Monday 2nd February, 7.30 - 9.30pm
at 14, Monterey Close, Bude
Will be looking at:
The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
New members always welcome.
WSM CIRCLE SERVICES February 2015
AMW: Revd Tony Windross, GR: Revd George Rowe, RY: Revd Rob Yeomans,
PJ: Revd Peter Judson, RD: Revd Canon Rob Dickenson, GS: Gloria Street,
CG: Carol Goundry, AH: Ali Harper, AA: Audrey Atkin,
WT: Worship Team
HC: Holy Communion, MP: Morning Prayer, ES: Evening Service,
FS: Family Service, AM: Anglo-Methodist Service,
UBS: United Benefice Service
FEBRUARY 2015
Sunday 1��
Presentation of
Christ in the
Temple
(Candlemas)
Malachi 3: 1-5;
Hebrews 2: 14-end;
Luke 2: 22-40;
Psalm 24: 7-end
0800
0930
0930
1100
1600
1830
Widemouth Bay
Week St Mary
Poundstock
St Gennys
Jacobstow
Whitstone
HC
FS
HC
HC
ES
ES
AMW
WT
AMW
AMW
AMW
AH
white
Note also: Deanery Waymark Candlemass Service at 1.15pm in Poundstock
Gildhouse (see p 5 for details)
Wednesday 4��
0830
Widemouth Bay
HC RD
Thursday 5��
1100
St Anne’s Home
HC
Friday 6��
1700
Widemouth Bay
ES WT
Widemouth Bay
Jacobstow
Warbstow
Whitstone
P’dstock/Bangors
St Gennys
Week St Mary
HC AMW
MP CG
HC AMW
HC AMW
AM MM
MP CG
ES AMW
Sunday 8��
Second Sunday
before Lent
green
0800
Proverbs 8: 1, 22-31; 0930
Colossians 1: 15-20; 0930
1100
John 1: 1-14;
1100
Psalm 104: 26-end 1100
1830
Wednesday 11��
0830
Widemouth Bay
HC AMW
Friday 13��
1700
Widemouth Bay
ES WT
1030
Week St Mary
Wednesday 18�� ASH WEDNESDAY 1900
0830
Widemouth Bay
Week St Mary
HC RY
HC AMW
Friday 20��
1700
Widemouth Bay
ES WT
Sunday 22ⁿ�
0800
0930
0930
0930
1100
1100
1630
Widemouth Bay
Jacobstow
Warbstow
Poundstock
Whitstone
Week St Mary
St Gennys
HC
HC
MP
MP
MP
HC
ES
Wednesday 25��
0830
Widemouth Bay
HC PJ
Friday 27��
1700
Widemouth Bay
ES WT
0800
0930
0930
1100
1600
1830
Widemouth Bay
Week St Mary
Poundstock
St Gennys
Jacobstow
Whitstone
HC
FS
HC
HC
ES
ES
Sunday15��
Sunday next
before Lent
green
First of Lent
purple
2 Kings 2: 1-12;
2 Cor. 4: 3-6;
Mark 9: 2-9;
Psalm 50: 1-6
Genesis 9: 8-17;
1 Peter 3: 18-end;
Mark 1: 9-15;
Psalm 25: 1-9
UBS
AMW
AMW
AMW
AA
CG
AH
AMW
GS
MARCH
Sunday 1��
Second of Lent
purple
Gen. 17: 1-7, 15-16;
Romans 4: 13-end;
Mark 8: 31-end;
Psalm 22: 23-end
AMW
WT
AMW
AMW
AMW
AH
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DIARY DATES
Changes/additions in bold type;
* indicates a more detailed reference elsewhere in the mag.
JANUARY 2015
Tue 27th 10.00 - 12.00 WSM Parish Hall,
Mother & Toddler Coffee Pot Club
Tue 27th 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
Thurs 29th 7pm WSM Benefice Room, UBC *
Wed 28th 2.30pm WSM Benefice Room, Bible Study
FEBRUARY
Sun 1st 1.15pm Poundstock Gildhouse,
Deanery Waymark Candlemass Service *
Mon 2nd 12.30pm WSM Parish Hall, Meet’n’Eat *
Mon 2nd 7.30pm 14 Monterey Close, Bude,
Deanery Book Club *
Tue 3rd 10.00 - 12.00 WSM Parish Hall,
Mother & Toddler Coffee Pot Club
Tue 3rd 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
Wed 4th 2.30pm WSM Benefice Room, Bible Study
Fri 6th 7.30pm St Gennys House, St Gennys PCC
Mon 9th 6.30pm for 7.00pm at Marhamchurch School,
Deanery Synod
Tue 10th 10.00 - 12.00 WSM Parish Hall,
Mother & Toddler Coffee Pot Club
Tue 10th 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
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February Diary Dates, cont’d
Wed 11th 2.30pm WSM Benefice Room, Bible Study
Fri 13th 2pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse, Birthday Cards *
Sat 14th Deadline for material for 2015 Welcome book *
Tue 17th 10.00 - 12.00 WSM Parish Hall,
Mother & Toddler Coffee Pot Club
Tue 17th 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
Wed 18th 2.30pm WSM Benefice Room, Bible Study
Fri 20th 2pm CAMEO *
Mon 23rd Fairtrade Fortnight begins *
Tue 24th 10.00 - 12.00 WSM Parish Hall,
Mother & Toddler Coffee Pot Club
Tue 24th 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
Tue 24th 6.30 for 7pm Parkhouse Centre, Bude,
Deanery Lent Course led by Bishop Tim (1) *
Fri 27th 2pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse, Craft’n’Chat *
MARCH
Mon 2nd 12.30pm WSM Parish Hall, Meet’n’Eat *
Mon 2nd 7.30pm 14 Monterey Close, Bude,
Deanery Book Club *
Tue 3rd 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
Tuesday Discussion Group *
Tue 3rd 6.30 for 7pm Parkhouse Centre, Bude,
Deanery Lent Course led by Bishop Tim (2) *
Thu 5th 12noon for 12.30 Jacobstow Parish Hall,
St Piran’s Day lunch *
Tue 10th 2.30pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse,
cont’d over:
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March Diary Dates, cont’d
Fri 13th 2pm Widemouth Bay Summerhouse, Easter Cards *
Fri 27th 12noon Widemouth Bay Summerhouse, Lent Lunch *
Stratton Deanery - Week Day Services
If we have missed any, please let Rob know on 01566 781570.
First Tuesday of each month:
Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, 4:00pm St Michael, Bude Haven
Every Wednesday: Holy Communion
8:30am Our Lady and St Anne, Widemouth Bay
9:30am St Andrew, Stratton
10:00am St James, Kilkhampton
10:00am St Piran’s Chapel, Trethevy – Tintagel (on the
first Wednesday of each month the celebration at St Piran’s Chapel includes prayer,
anointing and the laying on of hands for wholeness & healing.)
Every Thursday:
Every Friday:
St Michael, Bude Haven
8:45am Morning Prayer
9:30am Holy Communion
Our Lady and St Anne, Widemouth Bay
5:00pm Evening Prayer
Deanery Services & Events
Please do not be put off about travelling further afield. This is such a
good opportunity to meet our brothers and sisters in other parishes.
Ø If you are hesitant about going to a church
you do not know.
Ø If you do not drive and would like go.
Ø Or if you would just like some company
Please contact me and I will endeavour to obtain a lift for you.
Sandra Huffer, Stratton Deanery Synod Secretary
Tel: 01288 355941 or email sandra.huffer@talktalk.net
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St Piran's Day Lun ch
in Jacobstow Parish Hall
Thursday March 5th, 12 for 12.30
Pasty and salad followed by an assortment of hot or cold
puddings. Cost £6.
This event was very popular last year so please book as early as you can.
To book contact Pat Lane 01840 230 743 or Ruth Fox 01840 230 153
Please say if cheese & onion pasty preferred.
Jacobstow Church
Programme for 2015
Bank Holiday Monday 25th May Dog Show
with stalls and refreshments from 1pm
Dog Show from 2pm
June 25th Gift Aid Day
Church open 10am till 3pm with mini flower festival
Sat.4th July BBQ at Trelay Bungalow from 6.30 pm all welcome
Sunday 26th July Revel Concert with Tintagel Male Voice Choir
Concert in the church, donation on entry (suggested donation £6)
Free supper in parish hall to follow
Monday Oct 5th Harvest festival
in the Parish hall with auction of produce and supper
Sat November 7th Early Christmas Fair
in the Parish Hall from 11am
Sunday 6th dec. Service of Nine lessons and Carols
with St Gennys silver band, followed by supper in the Parish Hall
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In the Absence of the Coracle
The Diocesan online eBulletin can be found at:
http://www.trurodiocese.org.uk/press-office/the-e-bulletin/
for news and events.
WSM Circle Welcome Booklet 2015
I should like to publish the new edition of the Welcome booklet at
the end of February. If you would like a list of your planned
fund-raising events included in the printed edition, as well
as online, please let me have details by St Valentine’s Day.
Also, please tell me of any revisions you would like made to
your current entry in the booklet.
Thanks, Ed.
Material for the March
by Feb 11th, please, to Peter
Mitchell: prmitch@tiscali.co.uk
or at: Lihai, Tresmeer, LAUNCESTON, PL15 8QY
Please remember that you can receive a monthly online copy of Together
on application to the above.
JACOBSTOW POP-IN COFFEE CLUB
10.30am to 12noon in the Parish Hall
every other Thursday
Please contact Ray Fox 01840 230 153 for details.
Sunday, 06:00 on BBC Radio Cornwall
95.2 FM / 103.9 FM
Sunday Breakfast, BBC Cornwall's Faith Programme
Donna Birrell looks at various faiths and ethics across the county and
beyond.
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Persecuted Christians in China
Christianity in China has a long history. First recorded in 741, it has always
struggled with the indigenous belief systems and the ruling dynasties. In the
ensuing centuries it has suffered bouts of persecution, some severe. Since
the Communist take over it has suffered from being seen as a foreign import
of Western origin, especially during the Cultural Revolution.
The official “Three Self Patriotic Movement” Church, the government
sponsored church has some 8 million members (all under government
control), and is largely left alone. The Protestant House Church movement,
which refuses to be controlled, has in the last 30 or so years seen
spectacular growth with some 30-50 million members and maybe more. This
has brought about its own problems with the state. At first the state tried to
bludgeon it into submission by arrest, imprisonment, fines and even
execution, to no avail. So, starting in 2011, a new, more insidious form of
persecution started.
First the state compiled a dossier of all church leaders and members. Then, it
used utility companies, service committees, and neighbourhood committees
to terminate contracts with rental facilities, cut electricity and water supplies,
and generally harass, interfere, thus disrupting church services and
meetings. Thirdly this action was extended to individual church members
over leases, homes, and businesses, along with eviction notices. Church
leaders were often put under house arrest. They also targeted lawyers who
defended Christians and dissidents in court, such as Chen Guangchen.
This systematic targeting of Christians has become commonplace, and
because it is often through personal harassment, it goes largely unreported
and unheard of, especially by other Christians in China.
Please thank God for the rapid growth of the church in China.
Pray for fortitude, courage and steadfast faith in the face of official suspicion
and hostility. Pray for all who face imprisonment and house arrest to stand
firm in their faith.
Pray for all who represent Christians in court, and who thus become a target
themselves. Pray that the government will grant greater measure of religious
freedom, especially for Christians.
Pray that churches which lose their buildings will be able to adapt to their
changed circumstances, and thus spread the “Good News” even faster.
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Finding the Way Forward
January 2015
The Sunday Epiphany 2 readings show us 4 Bible characters, each of
them challenged in some way, and the Lord seemed to speak to them
and open up new possibilities in their lives. The new year is often a
time when we try to take a fresh look as to whether we need to
develop or do things differently, as individuals and also as a church.
Our thoughts and prayers centred round these thoughts.
The PCCs are meeting - we prayed that as individuals and groups our
priority is to listen for God's direction as we discuss needs,
opportunities, possibilities. Groups and activities were thought about
and prayed for. (You might like to pray for the groups you belong to).
Our own personal faith walk might grow stronger if we made a bit more
time to read/talk about/study for own development , either on our own
or with others. We thought of the coming Lent course when Bishop
Tim is coming to this area (see Feb. magazine for details). Book Clubs
are another way - if anyone would like to be part of one of these or start
one up I am sure Tony would be happy to hear that. 'Together' tries to
list all the available options for growing in our faith and understanding.
Next Meeting: To be arranged. Ring Joy on 01288 341 437 for info.
Stratton Deanery
Dates for Synod/Assemblies, 2015
All 6.30pm for 7.00pm at Marhamchurch School
Mon February 9th
Mon April 20th
Synod
Assembly –
Presentation by the Diocesan Mission Group
Mon June 15th
Synod
Mon September 14th
Assembly
November 23rd
Synod
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THE CHURCH YEAR: Thoughts for February
with thanks to Hilda Walter
On the 1st we are celebrating The
Presentation of Christ in the Temple, or
Candlemas. We have Simeon the priest in the
Temple giving thanks in the words of the
Nunc Dimittis (Luke 2: 22-40). We remember
the event with candles, or we did in the old
days of processions and using visual aids.
Some of you may recall singing ‘Jesus bids us
shine . . . like a little candle burning in the
night, you in your small corner and I in mine’.
On the 18th we celebrate Ash Wednesday,
when a priest marks us with ash to remind
St. Thomas of Villaneuva
us that ‘Dust thou art and unto dust shalt
Distributing Alms (Murillo)
thou return’. We then begin a six-week
training course, physical, mental and spiritual. This should bring us into
fresh knowledge of ourselves, with a greater desire to respond to the
needs of those who live around us. The period of Ramadan is observed by
Muslims ‘As a reminder of the privations suffered by the poor’. That
makes sense of going without something that really hurts.
From Tuesday 24th February to Tuesday 17th March Bishop Tim will be
leading the Deanery Lent Course at the Parkhouse Centre in Bude. We are
often saddened that there are things going on in Truro which we should
like to attend but transport prevents, so let us make a real effort to
attend the Course now that Truro is coming to us. Who knows you might
learn something, if only that it was a discipline to get there, and basically
it is not to make you feel self-righteous but to make you think, be more
loving, more outgoing, more sympathetic and more tolerant of other
people outside of the ‘Church’.
Prayer: Forgive us when we put our own comfort before the needs of
others. We pray for all who are cold and hungry. May we wake up and
spend a Lent drawing nearer to what you would have us be.
The main contacts:
MINISTRY TEAM:
Rector
Revd Tony Windross
01288 341 600
amwindross@btinternet.com
Reader
Carol Goundry
01840 230 606
Pastoral Coordinator: Joy Farran
01288 341 437
joyfarran@btinternet.com
Flying Support:
Ali Harper
01288 488 296
alistairharper@hotmail.com
UNITED BENEFICE COUNCIL:
Hon. Secretary
Lesley Booker
01288 341 221
bookerfarmservices@gmail.com
Anthony Farquhar 01840 230 384
ac.farquhar@btopenworld.com
Hon. Treasurer
CHURCHWARDENS:
Jacobstow
01840 230 526
01840 230 153
Mr Brian Marshall
Mr Ray Fox
Poundstock
01288 361 147
01288 361 504
Mr Graham Jones
Ms Hilary Kenny
St Gennys
01840 230 151
01840 230 006
Mr Philip Clifford
Mr Robert Andrew
Treneglos
01566 781 421
01566 781 372
Mr Peter Mitchell
Mrs Heather French
Warbstow
01566 781 329
01566 781 835
Mrs Annette Gavin
Mrs Audrey Atkin
Week St Mary
01288 341 221
01288 341 348
Mrs Lesley Booker
Mr Dick Sowerby
Widemouth Bay
01288 362 254
Miss Judy MacDonald
Whitstone
01288 341 598
01288 341 699
Mr Mervyn Collins
Mrs Phyllis Walter
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