Sunday 27 October in Laverton – at 6.00 pm – The Healing Service is a short reflective and meditative service. There is time together to pray for anyone in our hearts that we wish to bring before God and also an opportunity to be prayed for, for those who would welcome that too. Everyone is welcome.
The Parish is seeking an Associate Priest to provide 6 sessions a week in mission and ministry. With vision and creativity you should be ordained, a rural pioneer, and an initiator of new ideas who has spiritual insight which enables you to see God’s work in our rural communities. Click here for more information on […]
UPDATE: Sat 7 Sept 2.00 – 5.30 pm Palairet Hall, Norton St Philip ‘Seeking God’s Way’ Please join us and share in the findings from our Listening project. We will be bringing all of the collected information before our God and Father and praying for his guidance More information to follow……. As a parish […]
Jesus says that the good life has nothing to do with being wealthy, so we need to be on our guard against greed. This is the exact opposite of what society usually says. Advertisers spend millions on enticing us to think that if we buy more of their products, we will be happier, more fulfilled, […]
In brief, from the latest PCC on 27 June 2019:- The Diocese has given the green light to proceed to advertise the House for Duty post Feedback of all data collated from PMC will be on Saturday 7 Sept in the Palairet Hall at 2.00 pm Safeguarding is now well in place across the parish […]
Are you thinking of getting married this year? Well, there’s still time to arrange your big day and there are still some dates in the Parish Diary to book your wedding in one of our beautiful rural churches. The Parish includes those churches in the Somerset villages of Norton St Philip, Rode, Hemington, Laverton, Farleigh […]
Abandoned but not forgotten Alok Pal, at just 19 years of age, was very excited to be joining his first vessel. He worried little at the time that his family had paid $5,000 to a shipping agent to secure his passage because he had been promised that he could pay that back and make a […]
8.30 AM – 9.30 AM EVERY WEDNESDAY DURING TERM TIME inside the church in Norton St Philip for parents dropping off their children to the school but anyone welcome enjoy refreshments and comfy chairs …….
Now at 9.30 am – 11.00 am