Round a table and over a pint

4 days to go

 
Round a table and over a pint

Round a Table and over a Pint

When? Monday 25th February at 8.00pm

Where? Thirsty Farmer

Do come along to join the discussion

 

8pm in the Thirsty Farmer.
 
We will be round the corner on the right (restaurant area) as you come in.
 

AI – and that is Artificial Intelligence

A discussion on power and control, AI, and social media. E.g. “Facebook, Twitter and similar social media platforms provide vast new opportunities for freedom of speech. Yet these platforms also exert unprecedented control over what types of speech are allowed.”

  • In the coming decades, humanity could hand over its autonomy to digital systems most people neither fully comprehend nor control.
  • Technological change promises consequences both economic and moral.
  • Through artificial intelligence and machine learning, engineers are building systems that are as good as or better than humans at accomplishing a range of tasks.
 
 

 

 

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Contact Phil for more details - 01404 822163
 

Whimple Youth Club

5 days to go

 
Whimple Youth Club

NEW YOUTH CLUB for Key Stage 2

Whimple Church and the YMCA have joined forces to launch a new Youth Club for Key Stage 2 children in the village at the Victory Hall. The sessions will run from 5.15 pm – 6.30pm and there will be games, activities and crafts.

 

 

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Talaton Toddlers

1 week to go

 
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

 

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Contact Peppi for more details - 01404 822482
 

Jigsaw

1 week to go

 
Jigsaw

Jigsaw is an afternoon service for preschool-age 7 and their carers -

siblings are also welcome !

We enjoy stories, songs, craft, prayer and fun

beginning with refreshments !

Where   Whimple Church

When     Fortnightly during term time

Time     Come straight from school for refreshments before the service

              

 

" You are the one who put me together and I praise you

because of the wonderful way you created me."

From Psalm 139

 

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Contact Mary for more details - 01404 822875
 

Whimple Youth Club

3 weeks to go

 
Whimple Youth Club

NEW YOUTH CLUB for Key Stage 2

Whimple Church and the YMCA have joined forces to launch a new Youth Club for Key Stage 2 children in the village at the Victory Hall. The sessions will run from 5.15 pm – 6.30pm and there will be games, activities and crafts.

 

 

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Contact Rachel for more details -
 

Lent Course

3 weeks to go

 
Lent Course

Lent Course 2019 – Grass Roots Disciples

The Diocese of Exeter’s vision is to ‘Pray, Grow Disciples and Serve the people of Devon with joy.’ Last year’s Lent course was about Prayer; this year’s course will be about growing as disciples.

 

An informal, social and encouraging four session learning series to help us continue and develop our Christian journeys; to be empowered as disciples, explore the God-given opportunities for growth and mission in the world around us and expand our understanding of our faith, and calling.

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall at 7.30pm on:

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019

Through conversation, practical discussion, theological and sociological input and sharing of examples from elsewhere, the course will look at questions like:

What does discipleship looks like for us? What can be done to encourage further steps in discipleship? What does ministry and leadership mean for lay people?  How can we be aware and attentive in our Christian lives? What are the different facets of lay ministry? What are my gifts? How can I be part of a team? What does faith and holiness look like in our society? What does it mean to be a disciple in the contexts I find myself in?

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall on some Tuesday evenings in March and April at 7.30pm. More details to follow but please get the following dates into your diaries.

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019
 

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Contact Chris for more details - 01404 822427
 

Coffee Midweek

3 weeks to go

 
Coffee Midweek

Coffee Midweek

 

Wednesday 13th March

10.30am

5 Woodman's Orchard

 

Talaton

 

Contact Pam and Donald Stocking for more information

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Lent Lunch

3 weeks to go

 
Lent Lunch

Lent Lunches

 

Everyone is welcome to share these lunches so do please make a note of when and where they take place.

Lunches consist of delicious homemade soups and rolls/bread, followed by tea or coffee. There is usually plenty of choice for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten.  Donations to Church funds.  Lunch time is between 12 noon and 2pm.

 

13th Mar  Kindly hosted by Julia and Charlie Hutchings at Larkbeare Grange

 

17th Mar  Kindly hosted by St James the Great!  After the Sunday service

 

27th March  Kindly hosted by Sue and Chris Harwood at Moor Cottage

 

3rd April    Kindly hosted by Pam Weston at 14, Woodmans Orchard

 

10th April   Kindly hosted by Valerie and Jonathan Boles at Rydon House

 

I repeat, everyone is welcome.  Do come and enjoy some tasty soup in happy, relaxed and very good company. 

P.S. Take aways are possible!

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Talaton Toddlers

3 weeks to go

 
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

 

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Contact Peppi for more details - 01404 822482
 

Jigsaw

3 weeks to go

 
Jigsaw

Jigsaw is an afternoon service for preschool-age 7 and their carers -

siblings are also welcome !

We enjoy stories, songs, craft, prayer and fun

beginning with refreshments !

Where   Whimple Church

When     Fortnightly during term time

Time     Come straight from school for refreshments before the service

              

 

" You are the one who put me together and I praise you

because of the wonderful way you created me."

From Psalm 139

 

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Contact Mary for more details - 01404 822875
 

Lent Lunch

3 weeks to go

 
Lent Lunch

Lent Lunches

 

Everyone is welcome to share these lunches so do please make a note of when and where they take place.

Lunches consist of delicious homemade soups and rolls/bread, followed by tea or coffee. There is usually plenty of choice for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten.  Donations to Church funds.  Lunch time is between 12 noon and 2pm.

 

13th Mar  Kindly hosted by Julia and Charlie Hutchings at Larkbeare Grange

 

17th Mar  Kindly hosted by St James the Great!  After the Sunday service

 

27th March  Kindly hosted by Sue and Chris Harwood at Moor Cottage

 

3rd April    Kindly hosted by Pam Weston at 14, Woodmans Orchard

 

10th April   Kindly hosted by Valerie and Jonathan Boles at Rydon House

 

I repeat, everyone is welcome.  Do come and enjoy some tasty soup in happy, relaxed and very good company. 

P.S. Take aways are possible!

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Clyst Hydon Coffee Morning

4 weeks to go

 
Clyst Hydon Coffee Morning

Clyst Hydon

 

Community Coffee Morning

Tuesday 19th March 9.45-11.30am

At Chelveshayes [Sue and Dave Williams]

Come along, relax and enjoy

Meet up with friends, make new friends

Everyone welcome!

 

N.B. Library Van 9.45 – 10.15 am at school corner

 

 

 

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Contact Sarah for more details - 01884 277471
 

Lent Course

4 weeks to go

 
Lent Course

Lent Course 2019 – Grass Roots Disciples

The Diocese of Exeter’s vision is to ‘Pray, Grow Disciples and Serve the people of Devon with joy.’ Last year’s Lent course was about Prayer; this year’s course will be about growing as disciples.

 

An informal, social and encouraging four session learning series to help us continue and develop our Christian journeys; to be empowered as disciples, explore the God-given opportunities for growth and mission in the world around us and expand our understanding of our faith, and calling.

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall at 7.30pm on:

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019

Through conversation, practical discussion, theological and sociological input and sharing of examples from elsewhere, the course will look at questions like:

What does discipleship looks like for us? What can be done to encourage further steps in discipleship? What does ministry and leadership mean for lay people?  How can we be aware and attentive in our Christian lives? What are the different facets of lay ministry? What are my gifts? How can I be part of a team? What does faith and holiness look like in our society? What does it mean to be a disciple in the contexts I find myself in?

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall on some Tuesday evenings in March and April at 7.30pm. More details to follow but please get the following dates into your diaries.

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019
 

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Contact Chris for more details - 01404 822427
 

Churchyard Tidy Up

4 weeks to go

 
Churchyard Tidy Up

Please come along and help us as we spruce up the Church and Churchyard at St Mary’s, Whimple on Saturday 123rd March from 9.30 am.

 

 

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Contact Gerri for more details - 01404 822587
 

Round a table and over a pint

1 month to go

 
Round a table and over a pint

Round a Table and over a Pint

When? Monday 25th March at 8.00pm

Where? Thirsty Farmer

Do come along to join the discussion

 

8pm in the Thirsty Farmer.
 
We will be round the corner on the right (restaurant area) as you come in.
 

AI – and that is Artificial Intelligence

A discussion on power and control, AI, and social media. E.g. “Facebook, Twitter and similar social media platforms provide vast new opportunities for freedom of speech. Yet these platforms also exert unprecedented control over what types of speech are allowed.”

  • In the coming decades, humanity could hand over its autonomy to digital systems most people neither fully comprehend nor control.
  • Technological change promises consequences both economic and moral.
  • Through artificial intelligence and machine learning, engineers are building systems that are as good as or better than humans at accomplishing a range of tasks.
 
 

 

 

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Contact Phil for more details - 01404 822163
 

Whimple Youth Club

1 month to go

 
Whimple Youth Club

NEW YOUTH CLUB for Key Stage 2

Whimple Church and the YMCA have joined forces to launch a new Youth Club for Key Stage 2 children in the village at the Victory Hall. The sessions will run from 5.15 pm – 6.30pm and there will be games, activities and crafts.

 

 

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Contact Rachel for more details -
 

Lent Course

1 month to go

 
Lent Course

Lent Course 2019 – Grass Roots Disciples

The Diocese of Exeter’s vision is to ‘Pray, Grow Disciples and Serve the people of Devon with joy.’ Last year’s Lent course was about Prayer; this year’s course will be about growing as disciples.

 

An informal, social and encouraging four session learning series to help us continue and develop our Christian journeys; to be empowered as disciples, explore the God-given opportunities for growth and mission in the world around us and expand our understanding of our faith, and calling.

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall at 7.30pm on:

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019

Through conversation, practical discussion, theological and sociological input and sharing of examples from elsewhere, the course will look at questions like:

What does discipleship looks like for us? What can be done to encourage further steps in discipleship? What does ministry and leadership mean for lay people?  How can we be aware and attentive in our Christian lives? What are the different facets of lay ministry? What are my gifts? How can I be part of a team? What does faith and holiness look like in our society? What does it mean to be a disciple in the contexts I find myself in?

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall on some Tuesday evenings in March and April at 7.30pm. More details to follow but please get the following dates into your diaries.

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019
 

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Contact Chris for more details - 01404 822427
 

Lent Lunch

1 month to go

 
Lent Lunch

Lent Lunches

 

Everyone is welcome to share these lunches so do please make a note of when and where they take place.

Lunches consist of delicious homemade soups and rolls/bread, followed by tea or coffee. There is usually plenty of choice for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten.  Donations to Church funds.  Lunch time is between 12 noon and 2pm.

 

13th Mar  Kindly hosted by Julia and Charlie Hutchings at Larkbeare Grange

 

17th Mar  Kindly hosted by St James the Great!  After the Sunday service

 

27th March  Kindly hosted by Sue and Chris Harwood at Moor Cottage

 

3rd April    Kindly hosted by Pam Weston at 14, Woodmans Orchard

 

10th April   Kindly hosted by Valerie and Jonathan Boles at Rydon House

 

I repeat, everyone is welcome.  Do come and enjoy some tasty soup in happy, relaxed and very good company. 

P.S. Take aways are possible!

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Jigsaw

1 month to go

 
Jigsaw

Jigsaw is an afternoon service for preschool-age 7 and their carers -

siblings are also welcome !

We enjoy stories, songs, craft, prayer and fun

beginning with refreshments !

Where   Whimple Church

When     Fortnightly during term time

Time     Come straight from school for refreshments before the service

              

 

" You are the one who put me together and I praise you

because of the wonderful way you created me."

From Psalm 139

 

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Contact Mary for more details - 01404 822875
 

The Big Lent Lunch

1 month to go

 
The Big Lent Lunch

St Andrews Church Clyst Hydon invites you to

The BIG Lent lunch which will be held in

Clyst Hydon Village Hall on

Saturday 30th March                     12-2pm

 

   

 

Come and share soup, pudding and plenty of chatter!!

 

This year, the lunch will be co-ordinated by Chris & Sarah Jones, 01884 277471. Please contact us if you are able to contribute to a soup or pudding and if you can help in any other way (set up/serving etc)

Also if you have any special dietary requirements

Thanks!!

 

 

 

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Mothering Sunday Service and Tea

1 month to go

 
Mothering Sunday Service and Tea

Leaders:

Details to follow

 

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Contact Chris for more details - 01404 822427
 

Lent Lunch

1 month to go

 
Lent Lunch

Lent Lunches

 

Everyone is welcome to share these lunches so do please make a note of when and where they take place.

Lunches consist of delicious homemade soups and rolls/bread, followed by tea or coffee. There is usually plenty of choice for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten.  Donations to Church funds.  Lunch time is between 12 noon and 2pm.

 

13th Mar  Kindly hosted by Julia and Charlie Hutchings at Larkbeare Grange

 

17th Mar  Kindly hosted by St James the Great!  After the Sunday service

 

27th March  Kindly hosted by Sue and Chris Harwood at Moor Cottage

 

3rd April    Kindly hosted by Pam Weston at 14, Woodmans Orchard

 

10th April   Kindly hosted by Valerie and Jonathan Boles at Rydon House

 

I repeat, everyone is welcome.  Do come and enjoy some tasty soup in happy, relaxed and very good company. 

P.S. Take aways are possible!

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Lent Course

2 months to go

 
Lent Course

Lent Course 2019 – Grass Roots Disciples

The Diocese of Exeter’s vision is to ‘Pray, Grow Disciples and Serve the people of Devon with joy.’ Last year’s Lent course was about Prayer; this year’s course will be about growing as disciples.

 

An informal, social and encouraging four session learning series to help us continue and develop our Christian journeys; to be empowered as disciples, explore the God-given opportunities for growth and mission in the world around us and expand our understanding of our faith, and calling.

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall at 7.30pm on:

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019

Through conversation, practical discussion, theological and sociological input and sharing of examples from elsewhere, the course will look at questions like:

What does discipleship looks like for us? What can be done to encourage further steps in discipleship? What does ministry and leadership mean for lay people?  How can we be aware and attentive in our Christian lives? What are the different facets of lay ministry? What are my gifts? How can I be part of a team? What does faith and holiness look like in our society? What does it mean to be a disciple in the contexts I find myself in?

It will be held at Talaton Parish Hall on some Tuesday evenings in March and April at 7.30pm. More details to follow but please get the following dates into your diaries.

  • Week 1 – Tuesday 12th March 2019
  • Week 2 – Tuesday 19th March 2019
  • Week 3 – Tuesday 26th March 2019
  • Week 4 – Tuesday 9th April 2019
 

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Contact Chris for more details - 01404 822427
 

Lent Lunch

2 months to go

 
Lent Lunch

Lent Lunches

 

Everyone is welcome to share these lunches so do please make a note of when and where they take place.

Lunches consist of delicious homemade soups and rolls/bread, followed by tea or coffee. There is usually plenty of choice for vegetarians and those who avoid gluten.  Donations to Church funds.  Lunch time is between 12 noon and 2pm.

 

13th Mar  Kindly hosted by Julia and Charlie Hutchings at Larkbeare Grange

 

17th Mar  Kindly hosted by St James the Great!  After the Sunday service

 

27th March  Kindly hosted by Sue and Chris Harwood at Moor Cottage

 

3rd April    Kindly hosted by Pam Weston at 14, Woodmans Orchard

 

10th April   Kindly hosted by Valerie and Jonathan Boles at Rydon House

 

I repeat, everyone is welcome.  Do come and enjoy some tasty soup in happy, relaxed and very good company. 

P.S. Take aways are possible!

 

 

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Contact Pam for more details - 01404 822864
 

Abseil down the Church tower

3 months to go

 
Abseil down the Church tower

Take this unique opportunity to abseil down the Church tower in Clyst St Lawrence and raise money for essential works for your Church!

 

We are delighted to be working with the Rock Centre in Chudleigh to arrange a professional event.  It is open to anyone aged 8 to 108! Just pay £10 to register and agree to raise at least £30 in sponsorship.  Funds raised will go to support essential work in the village’s only community building

 

Children are very welcome to take part, provided they are accompanied by an adult.

The event is being organised by the Clyst St Lawrence Church council (PCC).  We are hoping to reach a fundraising target of £5000.  There will be lots of activities around the event including a prize raffle and food stands throughout the event. 

 

Register for just £10!

Please register by 31st March 2019

 

Email for a registration form to   abseil@clyststlawrence.uk or call Hannah on 01404 823702

 

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