St James the Great

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Talaton Toddlers

Parents, Babies and Pre School Toddlers are invited to a Talaton Get together on the first and third Friday of every month in the North Aisle of St James the Great church.


10.30am till noon

Contact Peppi for more details - 01404 822482

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Coffee Midweek (2 weeks to go)


Ladies' Breakfast (2 weeks to go)


Thy Kingdom Come - Prayer Walk (3 weeks to go)


Thy Kingdom Come - Prayer Walk (3 weeks to go)


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Thy Kingdom Come

‘Thy Kingdom Come’ is a global prayer movement, which invites

Christians around the world to pray between Ascension (10th May) and Pentecost (20th May) for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation from the Archbishops’ of Canterbury and York in 2016 to the Church of England has grown year by year into an

international and ecumenical call to prayer.


Three things will help us play our local part in this global initiative:


  • A 10 day short Prayer Guide will be put together for us to use to pray daily during this period. This will be distributed through the churches and will be available on the website.
  • There will be a series of ‘Village Prayer Walks’ in all four of the villages in the Mission Community. This will begin in Clyst St Lawrence at their Rogation Service there on Sunday 13th May at 6.30pm when, as usual, we shall walk through the village seeking God’s blessing on the community. The other Village Prayer Walks will take place as  follows:  
  • - Tues 15th May in Talaton,

      - Weds 16th May in Clyst Hydon,

      - Thurs 17th May in Whimple,


These midweek Village Prayer Walks will start at the church at 7.30pm and will end with a short service of Compline (Night Prayer) back in church at 8.30pm. Dogs very welcome—on walks and in church!


  • We shall be seeking to help people share their prayers and  experiences by engaging with social media via Twitter, for   those so inclined. Using @churches4allmc, folks will be able   to share encouragements and prayers. Please remember to   also include #thykingdomcome in any tweets.





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