Rector’s Weekly Update

The Beaminster Area Team
From the Hub update 10th September 2021

Living and Dying – is a short course to help people with practical matters at the time of a death. Together with the support of local solicitors, a funeral director, health care professionals and local clergy the course will explore death, dying and bereavement – some things which every person will encounter. Each evening will be different and, whilst not essential, it is recommended that you may like to attend them all.

The course will run on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd September at the Ivy House Kitchen Garden Centre, Bridport between 7 – 8.30 pm. The course has been organised by the Rev Jane Williams, Rector of the Bride Valley Churches on behalf of the Lyme Bay Deanery. For more information or to book a place please contact Helen Fry or on 01308 897260.

Thank you to all in Mosterton for the hard work put into this Year’s Bands on the Green event and especially to Fiona and her team for all they did in providing a time of fellowship and worship for children and families at this event.

Thanks also to Kate and her team at Burstock for providing over fifty people with a splendid Harvest Lunch. It was lovely to meet up with everyone, especially the families and children who thoroughly enjoyed themselves. There were also a number of takeaway lunches prepared and I am sure enjoyed at home. I understand that proceeds from the event will go towards the project to update the heating system in church.

A reminder that the baby and toddler group is back on Mondays through September, you can find more details and book your free ticket on this page.

Online Worship at Home video services continue even though churches are open. The online community continues to be an important part of our church. As usual each Sunday’s video service will be available on the day before. We hope you continue to enjoy our weekly Rev Chat video.