Our Church Services for Sunday 22 September

The fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Our Rector, John Hayhoe, will be on sick leave until 20 September. For all enquiries please contact our Administrator.

Broadhembury9:30AMFamily ServiceLay Led
Dunkeswell11:00AMHarvest Service & LunchLay Led
Luppitt11:00AMHarvest FestivalRevd J Hayhoe
Plymtree11:00AMHoly CommunionRevd A Mills
Sheldon9:30AMHoly CommunionVen J Rawlings
Upottery11:00AMHoly CommunionRevd I Gibson

Almighty God,
whose only Son has opened for us
a new and living way into your presence:
give us pure hearts and steadfast wills
to worship you in spirit and in truth;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever. Amen.

26 September – Broadhembury Harvest Supper

All are welcome to our Harvest Supper to be held at 6:30PM


Harvest Services in September and October

22 September
  St. Nicholas’, Dunkeswell: 11:00AM Harvest Service and Lunch
  St. Mary’s, Luppitt: 11:00AM Havest Festival

23 September
  Luppitt Vilage Hall: 7:30PM Harvest supper and auction of produce

4 October
   St. John the Baptist, Plymtree: 7:00PM Harvest service and supper

6 October
   St. Andrew’s, Broadhembury: 10:00AM Harvest Thanksgiving
   St. John the Baptist, Plymtree: 11:00AM Family Harvest Service
   St. James the Greater, Sheldon: 9:30AM Harvest Festival
   St. Mary the Virgin, Upottery: 11:00AM Harvest Festival and lunch

27 September – Luppitt: MacMillan Coffee Morning

Come along for a social morning of coffee and cake and support this worthwhile cause

5 October – Sheldon Harvest Coffee Morning

St James the Greater are holding a harvest festival coffee morning on Saturday 5th October from 10am until noon.

A chance to meet up with friends, drink coffee and eat cake (and whatever the harvest provides)!
We will have a collection for food banks as well. These need to be non-perishable goods with a long shelf life please. To give you an idea what Food Banks need most https://my.morrisons.com/blog/community/what-foods-do-food-banks-need-the-most/
If you do have any surplus non perishable crops from your garden please do bring along and we can have a table for those attending to help themselves for a small donation to the church as well.

12 December – Upottery: Cheese and Wine

Please book early to avoid disappointment