Saturday 16th June, 2018 Templecombe United Reformed Church Tea/Coffee and Cake served from 6pm With talk commencing at 6.30pm “The morning after… Hope for a post-Mugabe Zimbabwe” Illustrated reflections from a visit to Christian Aid projects in Zimbabwe in May 2017, by Revd Ruth Whitehead, URC South Western Synod Moderator. Donations for Christian Aid
Save the date for our quiz evening on 17th March at Templecombe Church. Teams of up to 6 people. £5 a head, including ploughman’s supper. 7pm for 7:30pm start.
Building on the success of last year the lenten discussion group meets on Monday 6th March for five weeks at the Princes Street 10.00am for 10:30am. Members from different churches meet in a relaxed and friendly atmostphere led by Alan Rounsfel. Coffee/tea provided at 10:00am.to 10:30am all welcome.
The open the book team in its latest incarnation at Bradford Abbas School. The team visits three schools on regular basis acting out Bible Stories.
The Church at Yeovil offers its premises as base for rough sleepers during the coldest nights of the winter. The church agreed to let its premises be used by a rough sleepers project which is stiill in planning phase. It is hope project that will involve church volenteers, the local council and other agencies will […]
A team of volunteers dresses up in costumes to retell bible stories in Martock, Ash and Bradford Abbas Primary Schools. It makes a change from the children dressing up for the nativity play.
Time for tea celebrates its first birthday. Time for tea is an opportunity for villagers in Martock to meet up and have a chat every second Friday of the month at 3pm. The moderator will join in the celebration in December.