Sunday, 17 September 2017
Sunday, 3 September 2017
Wed 19:00 · St Andrew's, Feniton
Service of thanksgiving for the life of Bishop Patteson with The Archbishop of Melanesia, The Most Reverend George Takeli and Mrs June Takeli. Service to be followed by a Bring and Share Supper.
Posted by Christine Gibbins at 22:10
Monday, 28 August 2017
A grateful thank you to all who came to the coffee morning in church on Saturday - you deserve a medal for negotiating the road works let alone the parking.
Thanks to you we raised £273 for the Ottery Help Scheme. Thanks also must go to those who donated cakes, flap jacks, quiches and raffle prizes.
Posted by Christine Gibbins at 08:56
Wednesday, 2 August 2017
Martin Howell has kindly offered us a new talk called
"A miscellany of little known facts about Churches" on Thursday 19th Oct, 7:30 pm in
Jim Wooley and Bob Neal from Ottery Heritage are coming to talk about Jim’s book on WW1 in Ottery St Mary also in the Church on Thursday 30th Nov. 7:30 pm.
Posted by Christine Gibbins at 12:03
Friday, 23 June 2017
A Coffee Morning for Share and Play and held on Saturday the 17th June was organised by members of St Andrews church. It was a social and financial success with £205 contributing to towards the purchasing of items needed for a child's sensory room at the Youth Centre. A big thank you to all who baked and helped on the day.
The idea behind the sensory room is to provide a play environment where parents and members of the community can take a child to play and develop using equipment designed for children who have additional needs.
The church member behind the scheme, Danny Beaven, says "we have children with a variety of disorders, some who are not mobile and others on the autistic spectrum"
The closest sensory room to the one that is being targeted for Feniton is 12 miles away and for parents with children who have conditions where travelling, especially on public transport difficult, would find the local facility extremely beneficial . The Share and Play group meet at the Youth Centre every Wednesday from 10 am, they welcome anyone who would like to pop in and find out more to just come along says leader, Danny Beaven.
Posted by Christine Gibbins at 10:05