Skip to Content Skip to Section Navigation Skip to Main Navigation

Posts for

Foodbank Thanks!

0 Comments

“Thank you for all your donations over the year which currently run at 3/4 of a tonne. The demand for emergency food is still high and includes holiday parcels for primary school children in need.”

Diane & Derek

New Service!

0 Comments

Do mark 17th January at 5:00 pm in your new diary as we start our monthly “ 5 o’clock service” designed to be informal, contemporary, and 45 minutes long.

Who is the service aimed at? As the handbill says “The busy soul who wants to worship God and be strengthened for the days ahead”. If that is you, then come along and invite friends. Coffee will be served before the service and you will receive a warm welcome.

Flyer Launch A4 - 5 O'Clock Worship @5 - New Service

Help with Refreshments

0 Comments

HELP WITH REFRESHMENTS NEEDED

30th January 2016 – Music on the Quantocks are promoting the European Chamber Orchestra with international soloist Tamsin Little (violin). This will be an evening concert, with help needed from 6.15pm.

Please let Kate know via the office if you are able to help.

New Bookshop Manager

0 Comments

OUR BOOKSHOP IS LOOKING FOR A NEW MANAGER

If you are keen, please email the office (stmarys.taunton@btinternet.com) for the job description. Deadline for applications, which should be sent to the Office, is 31st December 2015.

Christingle

0 Comments

Christingle - Full - 1-2013-12-002_mini (2)

We do hope you enjoy our Christingle service on Sunday at 10am.

What is a Christingle and what does it stand for? The word Christingle means “Christ light” and is a symbolic representation for Jesus being the Light of the World. Each part of the Christingle means something:

  • The  orange, representing the world
  • A red ribbon wrapped around it, or a paper frill around the candle, representing the blood of Christ
  • Dried fruits and/or sweets skewered on cocktail sticks pushed into the orange, representing the fruits of the earth and the four seasons
  • A candle pushed into the centre of the  orange, then lit, representing Jesus Christ as Light of the World
  • Aluminium foil, representing the metal nails driven into Christ’s hands and feet during his crucifixion.

From Darkness to Light

0 Comments

DSCN7735-Exp

Last Sunday evening we enjoyed From Darkness to Light and lots of people came. Light came in from the back of Church and soon we were singing together the glorious Advent hymns. Thanks to Miles, our Musical Director and Ian Carson, whose inspiration this service was, and all who sang and took part. We hope that this witness to our Town may become an annual event.

DSCN7747-Exp

Craft Fair

0 Comments

“Thanks  to Debbie Whittaker for organising the Craft Fair which raised over £400. It was a very happy and worthwhile event.”

Rod

Christian Aid for Syrian Refugees

0 Comments

“Do notice the display that Ronnie has put up about Christian Aid’s response to the refugee crisis. If you are able to give, then please use the buckets provided. As Christians, in Advent time we should be generous in spirit, help those who are refugees remembering that Joseph, Mary and Jesus had to flee to Egypt from Herod’s tyranny.”

Rod

5 O’Clock Worship @ St Mary’s

0 Comments

The 5 O’CLOCK service is a brand new initiative which will take place monthly starting on Sunday 17th January (3rd Sunday of each month thereafter) in St Mary’s. The church will be open for hot drinks and biscuits from 4.30pm and the contemporary service will begin at 5pm and last for 45 minutes. This is a great opportunity to invite friends who have been chary of church or who have found timings awkward. All are welcome but try not to come alone! (Evensong will take place as usaul at 6.30pm).

Flyer Launch A4 - 5 O'Clock Worship @5 - New Service

Flagstone Path!

0 Comments

slippery-when-wet-1549497FLAGSTONE PATH around Church:

please avoid using this path as it is very slippery and dangerous when wet.

 

Parking

0 Comments

Car parking - trouble-parking-963565-mBecause of the damage that is being caused by vehicles to the path in the churchyard, please could you try to park in Canon Street car park.

If you show your receipt, the car park fee will be reimbursed to you from the coffee shop.