Newsletter from the Vicar
Newsletter November 2018
Remember remember the month of November
This month, as the Autumn leaves fall in the mist, brings us to all kinds if remembering, both happy and sad.
1st of November is All Saints Day. All those whose names we may not remember, who have held to their Christian faith.
2nd November is All Souls Day when we remember those we know who have died. We have had a particularly sad year with the loss of many we knew. We are remembering this time on
Sunday 4th November 4pm at St Mary's Mudford. The music will be led by the Benefice Choir and we are very pleased to welcome the Rev'd Linda Hann, the Chaplain at Yeovil District Hospital, as our preacher. Names of loved ones will be read out and candles will be lit in their memory. The service will be followed by Afternoon Tea.
5th November Bonfire Night 6pm.The New Rectory Garden, when we remember the foiled attempt to blow up the King and Parliament. I always have plenty of garden rubbish to burn so if you wish to come to this outdoor event I will provide tomato soup, hot dogs and gingerbread. Let me know if you are coming. If wet cancelled.
Friday 9th November
The students from the Park School, who have been learning to ring tower bells, will ring for the service in Chilton Cantelo Church before their Service of Remembrance.
I will be giving an illustrated talk to the Friends of St Mary's Mudford, based on my holiday in Russia back in May.2.30 pm Mudford Village Hall.
9-11th Christmas Artisan Markets. The Bishop's Palace Wells 10-4pm £7.00 entry
Sunday 11th November 10.45am Remembrance Sunday Services at both Rimpton and Mudford. Hopefully new and more experienced ringers will ring the newly tuned and rehung bells at Mudford. If you are interested learning to ring please ring me for times of practice at Mudford Church.
Thursday 15th November War - we remember both World Wars with a fundraising lunch at Mudford Village Hall.1pm. Please wear wartime clothes if you wish.
Saturday 24th November 10-1.30 Christmas Fayre Marston Magna Village Hall.
Friday 30th November We remember St Andrew, St Peter's brother, who first brought Peter to meet Jesus. Our Cathedral is dedicated to St Andrew.
Solemn Evensong with Wells Cathedral Choir at Wells Cathedral 5.15.pm
Rev'd Barbara Stanton