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End of year news!

Happy New Year! Let us hope for relief from the dreadful burden of covid-19 and that 2021 is peaceful and healthy for

End of year news!2020-12-18T13:30:30+00:00

December News

First, let me say a word about our Organist, Mrs Jean Routley and record our congratulations and thanks to her. Jean was

December News2020-11-16T13:54:59+00:00

November News!

On Sunday, 4th October, we celebrated Harvest Festival, but it was unusual and memorable in several ways. There were no flowers, no

November News!2020-10-17T15:09:08+01:00

Latest News

Our usual pattern of Evensong continues, with services held on the 1st and 4th Sundays of the month. No singing is allowed

Latest News2020-09-17T15:08:35+01:00

September news!

We are delighted that we’ve managed to start holding services in Stowey Church once again, having completed risk assessments, mitigation and management

September news!2020-09-05T10:32:54+01:00

Church re-opens 26th July

We are delighted to advise that we shall be reopening the church for worship on Sunday, 26th July 2020 at 6.30pm. Please refer to our Covid page for all the details regarding procedures and social distancing etc.

Church re-opens 26th July2020-08-23T22:00:21+01:00

Call for help with Church funds

We’ve initiated a Stewardship Campaign, meaning that everyone within the ecclesiastical parish of Stowey, as well as most of those further afield with strong links to the church, has received a letter and explanatory papers about the church’s financial situation and has been invited to help.

Call for help with Church funds2020-08-23T22:03:53+01:00

Organ recital [POSTPONED]

Regrettably, due to the Government advice re Coronovirus, we are postponing our organ Recital. This will be rescheduled but, as yet, a date has not been set.

Organ recital [POSTPONED]2020-08-23T22:04:31+01:00

COVID-19 update from your Rector

The Archbishops have asked us to hold this coming Sunday (Mothering Sunday) as a day of prayer for our country and at 7pm to light a candle in a window of our home and to pray. This is to join with others in prayer throughout the land.

COVID-19 update from your Rector2020-08-23T22:14:58+01:00
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