After a brief lull in activity after the hard work of the summer, when they cleared and tidied St Michael’s churchyard, moat and tower, the Practical Friends are now at it again. They have moved inside the church; the cleaning cupboard has been updated and Doris Clement is arranging a cleaning rota.
So far there are 14 good people who . . . → Read More: Practical Friends are busy once more
Next Sunday is a special day- it’s the fifth Sunday in the month, and that gives the Leading and Preaching Team at St Michael’s a chance to do something different.
As Sunday 30th October is almost All Saints Day we shall be celebrating with a service that has a Celtic theme. We shall be using a form of . . . → Read More: For all the Saints
On the last day of September a group of us from Axmouth and Uplyme Churches met in the warm afternoon sunshine at Lee Abbey for a ‘Narnia’ weekend. Those of us who had never been before weren’t sure what to expect of this ecumenical Christian community. Would it be welcoming? Would there be a lot of evangelical or charismatic . . . → Read More: Lee Abbey Weekend
On Monday 7th November at 6 o’clock Archdeacon Penny Driver is coming to speak to the Friends of Axmouth Church, the PCC and all who are interested in the future of St Michael’s.
Please come along. We must make the most of this meeting with the Archdeacon, and there should be time for a question and . . . → Read More: Dates to Note