St Martin's, Kingsbury Episcopi
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St. Martin shares his cloak with the poor beggar
Sunday September 17th
Why not join us
at 11am for a Harvest Celebration
for all ages?
Everyone is very welcome to this very interactive celebration of Harvest which will last about 45 minutes. Please bring something you have grown, made, painted or photographed in the last year.
Afterwards there will be a Harvest Lunch in the Church Rooms at noon. There'll be enough food for those deciding to come on the day.
Our general pattern of services:
1900 - The Gathering: contemporary worship in the community centre except
in January when we take a break. Free refreshments from 1830
Second Sundays 0930 - Holy Communion (Common Worship - Traditional)
Third Sundays 1100 - All Age Family Friendly Worship
Fourth Sundays 0930 - Holy Communion (Common Worship - Traditional)
Fifth Sundays - when they occur - are usually Benefice wide services held in rotation at Ash, Martock or here.
Please check on a specific date by using the calendar of events/services link to the right - thank you.
Please consider joining us for worship in this fine building, the origins of which lie in a much older Saxon church, now long gone. This is a place which saw the ravages of Cromwell's soldiers and later fell into a parlous state before being renovated between 1845 and 1849. We are a welcoming congregation of about twenty regulars who worship God with a mixture of liturgy and a small but enthusiastic choir. Many services at St Martin's begin with the six bells being expertly rung or at least chimed in a glorious call to worship. All morning services end with coffee and a chance to chat. Anyone wishing to join us will be sure of a warm and friendly welcome.
We don't currently have any activities for the young apart from Family Service but are looking forward to reactivating them when the need arises. However we have a toy and activity chest on a carpeted area and we are glad to see youngsters at any service. Having children present helps us remember Jesus saying that we need to let the little children come to Him so please feel welcome!
Please join us for a benefice evening of informal worship, prayer and bible teaching in a contemporary style as we seek God together. We hope it will reflect something of Christian gatherings like New Wine and Spring Harvest in its approach. First Sunday of the month at 7pm. Free refreshments, including rather good cake, available from 6.30pm, in the Community Centre, Kingsbury Episcopi, TA12 6BG. We're aiming to finish with coffee and tea by 8.15pm. We meet on first Sundays every month except for January. We pray that this may prove to be a time of blessing by the Holy Spirit as we come to honour Jesus and grow in our life together.
Rev David Gent, is our vicar and he should be contacted for any pastoral matter such as wedding, baptism and funeral enquiries or if you simply want to talk to an ordained minister in confidence. Email is generally the best means initially if you’re online : [email protected] or call him on 01935 826113 / 07773 537 626. His regular rest day is Tuesday so unless it’s an urgent crisis please leave David undisturbed on Tuesdays. Alternatively do pop round to see him during his drop-in at the Vicarage in Water St, Martock on Thursday afternoons from 4.30 – 6.30 p.m. No need to pre-book, just turn up and use the door on the left hand wall.
Friday nights 7pm - 8.30pm
Space to be
quiet music - candlelight - no pressure
at All Saints, Martock
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a) your names
b) your intended wedding date
c) your address
d) a contact phone number / e-mail
e) your age(s) and marital status (e.g. single or divorced)
We\'ll then arrange a time for you to come and meet one of the ministry team here - an important meeting as we take your information and confirm how we can legally marry you.
It\'s also important to get one of our Wedding Preparation mornings into your diary. They\'re a great opportunity to hear more about your wedding day, think about your marriage and get to meet both the team here and other couples who are getting married that year.
If you\'re getting married in 2015, please make a note of one of these session dates:-
Saturday 7th February or Saturday 14th March.
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Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
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