Bumps, Tots and Toddlers - a fortnightly morning at Queen Camel Church. All welcome! Next one this Wednesday, 27 September, 10.00-12.00.
Thirty people of all ages enjoyed a Great Get Together BBQ in the small village of Weston Bampfylde on Saturday 17th June. The evening started with a prayer and Pimms in the churchyard where the Revd Rose led the community in a short reflection about Jo Cox and the thought that there is far more [...]
These beautiful butterflies were released at Caroline Morrow's funeral at All Saints West Camel last week, and have been making appearances here and there in the village. We hope the fine weather keeps them happy for a few more days. Caroline's service was conducted by Revd Rose Hoskins. As the butterflies were released, Rose spoke [...]
The international prayer initiative Thy Kingdom Come is underway and our six churches are inviting everybody in the community to visit and use the churches for prayer. Our reader-in-training Julie Ebsworth has prepared 'prayer stations' for each church. Each display features pictures and texts to help people reflect on their lives, the life of the community and the [...]
Our churches have a full Easter programme this year, and you are welcome to join any of these celebrations. Including a Palm Sunday all-age service at West Camel (with donkeys); a prayerful service each evening of Holy Week (including Thursday evening's Tenebrae service); a Good Friday pilgrimage between five of our churches; Easter Sunday sunrise [...]
All our six churches are holding special services over the Christmas and New Year period. So whether you enjoy a good Carols by Candlelight service or a Midnight Communion, a Christmas Morning celebration, if Crib Services or Christingles are your thing, or if you would like to see in the New Year in church, we [...]
Philip Skelhorn writes: On the 10th September, the Somerset Churches Trust will be holding our annual 'Ride & Stride' fund raising event and this year I'm proposing to walk from Blackford to Ilchester visiting the 13 churches predominantly along the route of the 'Leyland Trail'. The distance is approximately 10.75 miles as the crow flies [...]
A notice to say that the Carers Cafe will not take place in August. The regular monthly gatherings for those caring for others at home or in other settings, to meet informally and exchange news and information, will resume on Wednesday 28 September, 2.30 - 4.00 at Queen Camel Memorial Hall.
On Sunday 26th June Revd Rose Hoskins led the "Together at Ten" joint benefice service at St Barnabas, Queen Camel, on the theme of sabbatical and journeying. We wish her and Alan well as they now begin a three-month sabbatical beginning with time on Westwray on Orkney, then taking in Holy Island, Guernsey and Sark, Anglesea and Bardsey Island, [...]