Epiphany Sunday 6th January

There will be a service at 9.30am in St Michael's Church to celebrate Epiphany when the Kings visited the stable bringing gifts. Please join in this final celebration of Christmas and this is the last chance to see the church full of Christmas decorations as this is also 12th night when traditionally all the decorations are put away. If you would like to take part by reading a short prayer or verse, please let me know.

Many thanks Kath gareth606@aol.com  


Epiphany Sunday 6th January




On Remembrance Sunday the Colwinston Brownies were joined by the Treos Brownies to lead the procession to Church after the act of Remembrance and Wreath laying at the War Memorial. Trumpeter Tom Jose played the Last Post and Rouse and wreaths were laid by Sheila Madge and Marion Thomas whose fathers were killed in WW2. Also, by St David’s School, The W.I., The Brownies, The Community Council and The Village Hall Association, At the church service the 23 men... who served in WW1 and returned safely were remembered. Pupils of St David's School made poppies each bearing a name of these men and the 4 from WW2 who were killed. They also wrote prayers and poems. Sheila Madge provided photographs and memorabilia of her Father and the Brownies sang a thankful song. Edward Lewis representing the Community Council read about the wars and a bible reading was read by Pamela Haines. After the service Alan Horton, Chairman of the Village Hall Association rang the church bell 100 times to commemorate the 100 years since the Armistice.

The photos show the children's poppies and prayers, Sheila Madge talking about her memories and Alan Horton ringing the bell with help from his grandchildren.

Second hand books available in the church porch. Please help yourself and if you wish put a donation in the church box.

REVEREND ALAN KETTLE  01446.679186  kettlesatmoat@hotmail.co.uk

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