Good Friday – Third Hour 2018 Sermon by Rev David

‘It is finished.’ (John 19: 30) ‘It is finished.’… …It well might not have been. Suppose that Jesus had yielded to the Tempter’s suggestion that what the people wanted was food for the belly, while Jesus knew that what they needed was God’s word. Suppose that he had yielded to the Tempter’s suggestion that what …

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Good Friday 2018 Sermon by Rev Jo

This week, this holy week, has been full of difficult and tense relationships. Our pastoral care has served broken relationships, abusive relationships, manipulative relationships and failed relationships. There have been lies and gossip, accusations and half-truths. There have been tears and unkind words. Yet there has also been listening, learning, forgiveness, honesty, reconciliation and glimpses …

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Sing Joyfully Spring Concert

St Mary’s church Beaminster presents Sing Joyfully – a spring concert with Parnham Voices directed by Matt Kingston. They are joined by young instrumentalists Sam Greenwood and  Zack Chantler on piano, and violin and saxophone, respectively. Sing Joyfully takes places on Sunday 13th May at 15:00. Tickets for the event are £10 and admission includes …

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Messy Good Friday 2018

You are all invited to the Messy Good Friday children’s event at St. Mary’s Beaminster on Good Friday – March 30th 2018. From 9:45-11:00 there will be activities, crafts, songs, games, a bible story, and prayers followed by hot-cross buns. We’ll be telling the Easter story for all ages in a creative and messy way. All children …

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Art Attack in Mosterton

The village of Mosterton is playing host to an art exhibition in April. Art Attack promises a celebration of local art, craft, and other attractions and is being held at St. Mary’s Church Mosterton. Make a note in your diary – the exhibition takes place over two days on April 21st and 22nd, from 10:00 …

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Rolling the Stone Away

When the two Marys went to the tomb that first Easter morning, the last thing they expected was to find it empty. After all, they had just witnessed Jesus crucified, along with most of their dreams. Now duty-bound, they came to prepare his body for burial. That day they did not come to receive, they …

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