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You may have noticed some strange decorations hanging from the tree outside the church.  They are CD’s. Each one carries a prayer request made by our members or visitors. This was our contribution to a circuit-wide prayer initiative which will culminate in an afternoon with Music, Singing, Marbling, Painting, Crafting and Creative writing, followed by Cafe style worship including refreshments.  This will be on Pentecost Sunday, 20th May from 3-5pm in Willand village hall. All welcome!

We continue with our monthly coffee mornings, at the church on 4th May and 1st June from 10.30am. Call in for a coffee. There are usually some homemade cakes for sale too!

Our monthly Soup & Something lunches will be on Friday 18th May and Friday 15th June from 12noon- 2pm.  These are increasingly popular. Everything is free but donations are gratefully received for a chosen charity.
Over the past six months we have raised the magnificent sum of £517 for the RNLI just from these donations. A new charity will benefit in the next six months.

On Saturday 2nd June our annual cream tea event will take place from
3-5pm.  We hope for a sunny day so that tea can be taken on the lawn, but if not it will be served in church.

"Prospects” is a group in which learning disabled people can joyfully meet together for Christian worship and fellowship through music, drama, song, arts and craft activities.  The next meeting being on Sunday 27th May at 3pm at the Methodist Church. If you know of someone who may like to join us but need more information please contact either David Greet on 01884 840942 or the Rev. Paul Booth 01884 32679. Alternatively just turn up; you will receive a very warm welcome. If you can’t make it in May then book the date for July-Sunday 22nd !  Prospects is now a part of the national Livability charity (