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Our Mission Statement

Axmouth Church

Axmouth Church seeks to be a blessing to the village of Axmouth and have an impact in the wider world. We aim to do this through four areas - the church building, pastoral care, the Parish News and through just giving.

Advent: Darkness to Light Service

This evening service began in a darkened church.  Kate carried a single candle and lit candles held by the choir, who then passed down the church lighting candles for each member of the congregation.  The service began with a choral hymn and continued with antiphons, readings, chants, hymns and prayers. Hilary led and members of both Axmouth and Uplyme churches took part.

You can hear a recording of the service here.

Vestry Refurbishment

We are grateful to the Friends of Axmouth Church for their generosity and hard work redecorating and refurnishing our vestry.  Kate carried out the opening ceremony on Sunday 26 November.

Christmas Tree Festival 2017: 11th to 22nd December

Advent and Christmas Services

Here is our December worship plan

Also, from Dec 11th, the church will be open each weekday for our beautiful Christmas Tree Festival!

 

Friends of Axmouth Church AGM: 16 November

The Friends of Axmouth Church Annual General Meeting

is at 6.30 pm on Thursday 16th November

at The Ship Inn ( skittle alley )

All are welcome!

 

 

Bible Together

Restarts in the Bindon Chapel on Friday 27th Oct at 9.30 am

Quiz Night: Friday 27 October

Village Hall 7.30 pm.  Ploughman’s supper included. Bring your own drinks. Tickets in advance from Wendy Dumbleton 625843.

EcoTheology part 6

Ann Stuckey gave the final talk in our EcoTheology series this morning and based it on Colossians 1: 15-20, read as a team effort by Marisa Pope and her three daughters.  Hilary Harron took charge of the service and Rose Tidball led the prayers.

Here is the EcoTheology Tree!

It was good to see children from three families at this All-Age Communion Service and they all added to the decorations of the tree.

Unfortunately there is no recording of the service this week.

 

 

Sunday 15 October 2017

Ecotheology 5/6:  Creation is groaning

Reading:  Romans 8: 18-28

You can find a recording of this service to the right —>

Leading:  Kate Woolven

Speaking:  Hilary Harron

Reading:  Fiona Lund

Prayers:  Elisabeth Stewart

Sunday 8 October 2017

Ecotheology 4/6: Justice, healing and deliverance

Reading:  Isaiah 61: 1-9

You can find a recording of this service to the right —>

Leading:  Elisabeth Stewart
Speaking:  Terry Barratt
Reading:  Wendy Dumbleton
Prayers:  Pancha Barratt
Organ:  Harry Eaton