Gulworthy Parish Church September 21 Newsletter

Gulworthy Parish Church September 21 Newsletter

September 19, 2021

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Diary dates to note:

Sunday 19th September 6pm            Celebration of Harvest followed by Harvest Supper
Saturday 25th September 3pm        Hazel and Rosie’s Ordination at St Eustachius
Sunday 26th September                     No Service.  We will be in St Eustachius for Rosie’s first
celebration of Holy Communion at 9.45 am and Hazel’s first communion is at St
Michael’s Brent Tor at 6pm
Saturday 16th October 1-4pm           Car boot Sale

Gulworthy Notes September 2021 from Rev. Judith Blowey

As I write this Roy and Viv are meeting with our architect who is carrying out our
quinquennial inspection. One of our projects for St Paul’s is to look at how we use
the building and to consider how we may fund and build a toilet, hopefully the
inspection will not give us too many if indeed any surprises.

The past two months have been a feast of joy and celebration in St Paul’s. The
church has been full of beautiful flowers and music. We wish our newly married
couples, Darren and Tamsyn, Christopher and Charlotte and Mark and Charlotte
every blessing in their married life together.

We have also welcomed Seren Edwards, Sidney Blowey and Freddie Harris to the
Christian family as we celebrated their baptisms and we look forward to the baptism
of George Wearing in October.

Congratulations to John and Rose Steer on the arrival of a new granddaughter Katie.

Congratulations to Colin and Lowenna Edwards on their Ruby Wedding.

August is traditionally the holiday season and our Bed and Breakfasts are busy as
people come and enjoy Dartmoor and all the wonderful places we too enjoy.

Peter and I found ourselves in Hope Cove for a two day break. It was beautiful and
we are so fortunate we really do not have to go far to find contrasting scenery and
beautiful countryside.

On Sunday September 19th we look forward to celebrating our Harvest followed by a
Harvest Supper in the parish hall everyone is welcome there is no charge as such
although a donation would be welcome it will be lovely to see you.

As we prepare for an exciting and busy September my thanks to everyone for their
support and continued contribution to the life of St Pauls.

God Bless, Judith