"With the Warm and Open vision, anything can happen"
Canon Tom Honey
Well done Richard Barnes! The Peregrine camera is now streaming live from the St Michaels website. We have four eggs which is very 'egg-citing'. On the main page click the picture of the Peregrine and then start the live video!
At 3pm THIS Wednesday 23 April, we will be sowing wild flower seed in the churchyard (including, we hope, poppies to commemorate the fallen of the First World War) on the north side adjoining Hele Rd. This is in conjunction with Devon Wildlife Trust. Please bring spades, forks and watering cans if you have them.
Women’s Group Do 29th April “Knowing me, knowing you…speed-dating for women only”. Food and fun! Tickets on sale now!
Tom will be beginning his sabbatical leave on 29 April. Over the next three months the responsibility for the work of the parish rests with the churchwardens, in conjunction with Rev Andy Atkins. At St Michaels' this responsibility is delegated to the Chapel Wardens and Fr David Hastings
There will be a Traidcraft Stall after the service on 4th May.
Confirmation Classes for children start on the 7th May 5-6pm, for more information click on the 7th of May on the calendar or speak to Rev Andy Atkins.
It's the Moon walk! This year Mollie Abi and Alexis are walking together, to raise money for Breast Cancer Research and to celebrate 21 years for Mollie as a survivor. The continuing research saves thousands and thousands of lives. It is also testament to the astounding efforts of countless walkers over the years.
Please sponsor our family team and we will take you with us on May 10th.
Starlight Walk 10th May 2014 Glynis Harflett, Sue Holden and Sue Wilson are joining a whole host of other women to walk the Starlight Walk for 12k from Exmouth. We are doing this in aid of Hospiscare - please support us - Support The Three Grace's Many Thanks!
Churchyard working parties 10th May and 7th June at 9am – all welcome. Speak to Dave Allin
Christian Aid Week is 11th to 18th May. There will be a collection in church on both those Sundays, but we have decided not to have a door to door collection this year, due to a diminishing number of people willing to collect. There are Christian Aid boxes available to keep at home and return in Christian Aid Week
The next Something Different is on Sunday 18th May when we will have Canon Anna Norman Walker, the Diocesan Missioner to speak to us.
On Trinity Sunday 15th June, which is also Father's Day there will be a Cream Tea at St David's at 4pm followed by a concert by the choir Exe Vox to raise funds for St David's Transformation Project
Waitrose in Exeter During April customers will be able to vote with a "Green Token" for their favourite charity from the three available. They will then divide an amount of money between the charities in proportion to the votes they received. If you do shop at Waitrose please do vote for us.
Please do visit the link below and complete the on-line survey which we can then use in support of our grant bid for the transformation of our church.
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