On the Death of Her Majesty The Queen

The Beaminster Area Team

It was with great sadness that we heard yesterday of the death of our beloved Queen Elizabeth II.

As we enter a time of national mourning the churches of The Beaminster Area Team will be open daily for private prayer and reflection and candles will be available where it is safe to do so. In our village churches there will books of condolence for your private messages, in Beaminster this facility is available in the Town Hall or you may like to use the Church of England online book of condolence.

On Sunday state prayers will be incorporated into our acts of worship. I am presently arranging a service of celebration and thanksgiving for the life of Queen Elizabeth. This service of thanksgiving for the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will take place at Beaminster St Mary’s at 14:00 on Saturday 17th September.

The Queen is dead, may her soul rest in peace and rise in glory

God Save The King

Rev Canon David Baldwin

Welcome to the Beaminster Area Team Ministry. Our patch covers 50 square miles of beautiful West Dorset countryside and consists of 14 individual parishes plus the Mapperton House chapel. In addition to Beaminster, our community includes the villages of Blackdown, Broadwindsor, Burstock, Drimpton, Hooke, Melplash with Mapperton, Mosterton, Netherbury, Salway Ash, Seaborough, South Perrott with Chedington, Stoke Abbott, and Toller Porcorum.

Check service times to join us for a service, meet the team, visit one of our churches, watch our Rev Chat podcast, explore our children’s ministry, or take part in a Worship at Home video service.

Beaminster – Saturday 17th 14:00 Thanksgiving Service for The Queen
Beaminster – 08:00 BCP Eucharist
Beaminster – 09:30 Eucharist
Broadwindsor – 09:30 Eucharist
Drimpton – 11:00 Morning Prayer
Melplash – 09:30 Eucharist
Mosterton – 11:00 Eucharist
Stoke Abbott – 18:00 Evensong
Toller Porcorum – 11:00 Eucharist

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