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Remembering back 100 years

Well over 300 people attended the Centenray Remembrance Day service at Holy Trinity, and it was standing room only even in the overflow! It was great to see so many young people’s groups on parade, and Revd James Packman delivered an inspiring message.

New Vicar Licensed

After almost a year of praying and waiting, we are pleased that James Packman has been licensed as our new Rector. The service was held yesterday with Bishop Ruth and Archdeacon Adrian making sure all the necessary legal bits were said and signed. There was great worship led by the band. Bishop Ruth spoke about…

C is for Community …

… and also for Creativity. Engaging with the community is one of our core values, and Friday this week was a great day for it. In the morning one of our members, Adrianne Fitzpatrick, taught a ‘Writing for Children’ course at the Blue Room, a local arts and crafts shop run by Sharon Brown, a…

Great day of celebration

Today we celebrated Harvest, followed by the opening by Archdeacon Chris Hare of our beautiful new garden. The sun came out at just the right moment to illuminate children playing on the lawn and older people appreciating the benches, while autumn flowers bloomed bravely in the borders. The Archdeacon cut the ribbon and prayed a…

A great evening of entertainment

Those who looked at the weather on Friday evening and decided to stay at home missed out on a treat. Atlum Schema is no stranger to Café Create regulars, but this was the first time he had provided the entire programme for an evening, and he did not disappoint. His songs covered the whole range,…

This is the SIX30 News!

Thursday 14 September 2017 The 25th Jesus Surf Classic contest took place Croyde over the weekend. Although the weather was challenging and three of the eight events were rescheduled for completion on 30 September overall the event was a great success, yet again! Thanks are due to those who made it down there to help…

Alpha AwayDay

   A delicious meal was enjoyed by all    with many thanks to all who catered and served.   The teaching was inspirational, the fellowship was warm, and many had a fresh encounter with God and His Holy Spirit.                                                       

Community Garden Project

The landscapers are at work, shaping the garden, and it is wonderful to have visible progress at last on this final stage of our Trinity Project! We look forward to the paving-and-planting stages and continue to dream of an inspiring outdoor space, sometimes busy, sometimes peaceful, always beautiful and good for the soul.