Church Activities in

Somerford Keynes

Sunday 26 Oct 11am Holy Communion Sunday 2 Nov 11am All Saints Day. Bring a photo or memento of a lost loved one Sunday 9th Nov 11am Remembrance Service for the centenary of World War 1 Any questions, contact David Austin 860692 Every Tuesday in termtime 10am Little Ones Music Saturday 13 December Christmas Concert Details
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Rector: Rev Trevor Kemp Coates Rectory 770550 Curate Rev David Austin 860692 David is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays for Pastoral Surgery. Please ring for an appointment Churchwardens Jan Coleridge Sandra Crofts
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Ride & Stride 2014

Ride and Stride, run by Glos Historic Churches Trust is a great way to support our churches. Our team of the Wildings, Cartwrights, Peter Watkins rode from church to church on Saturday September 13, while Judy Monger worked hard on the church grounds. We raised altogether £457, of which half will come back to the church. Many thanks to all our volunteers and especially to all our sponsors. I now have the GHCTrust report for 2013. They have been able to increase their grants by 20%, thanks to rising income. Keep it coming, and help keep your churches maintained.  PW.  

Club Pulse

Are you in school years 6-11? Try Club Pulse fortnightly on Sunday afternoons 4.30 -6pm Did you meet Anton at the Scarecrow Day? He’s your man to see.  

The Bells

There are four bells of which three are mediaeval. Our Millennium Project was to rehang the bells so that they could be properly rung. As the bells are part of a listed building and of such age, they are not allowed to be tuned. Why not?  Nor do they swing over. But ringing them is fun. If you would like to try, contact Lynton Mogridge  
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Accounts 2013-4

 
Balance Sheet Notes
The Meeting in the Village Hall on Monday 10th March requested that the Church Balance Sheet be published. The sheet should be read in conjunction with the Notes. They are both formatted as pdf files which will open in a new window.

The Fête 2014

held at the Manor on Saturday 21st June was hailed a great success, and raised £2772 for church funds. On Sunday 22nd there was a large church attendance for Festival Songs of Praise, and the dedication of a new window, funded by the bequest of Malcolm Poole’s aunt Vera. The flowers from the Fête were also on display, (click font picture right) and used as themes for the Songs.
Home Latest What's On Village Hall Pictures Parish Council To Do To Know Church About Contact Fete Flowers Queen's Diamond Jubilee window funded from Vera Poole bequest

Parish News

Parish News, the Benefice news sheet, is published 10 times a year and is available for £5. Contact Muriel Watkins or a churchwarden if you would like a new subscription. If you want to put something in the Parish News, please send it before 12th of each month as plain text  to parishnewsthb@googlemail.com  

New Priest, new year

Rev. Fred Dawson to be House for Duty Priest in the Thameshead Benefice   We are delighted to be able to tell you that the Rev. Fred Dawson and his wife Billie will be moving in to the Vicarage at Kemble. Fred will be taking up his ministry as House for Duty Priest working from Kemble after his licensing which we expect to be at a benefice service on the morning of Sunday January 25th with Archdeacon Robert. Please do pencil the date in your diary now, details will follow as soon as possible. Trevor Kemp

Harvest Festival

Sunday 5th October saw Harvest Festival in church, with songs old and new, and lots of bread, followed by Harvest Supper in the Village Hall attended by some sixty five villagers
One of the Harvest arrangements A small section of the crowd tucks in Church Life Church