This Sunday Uplyme Church will not be holding a morning worship. We will be out supporting the fantastic runners taking part in Mrs E’s Big Wheeze! To which we invite all of you to come and join us. We will be holding our usual evening worship at 6pm with the very apt theme of Priorities. The reading is Proverbs 24:23-34.
This Sunday’s theme is God in disguise. The reading is Proverbs 14: 20-31. Junior Church is on. The children are to be dropped off at Mrs Ethelston’s school from 9:50am. We will also be reading the banns of marriage for Camilla Maccoy and Matthew Leggett for the first time. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and a reading of Psalm 125, starting 6pm. Communion will be held at the evening (6pm) worship
This Sunday’s theme is Money Reveals the Heart. The reading is Proverbs 11: 16-28. Junior Church is on. The children are to be dropped off at Mrs Ethelston’s school from 9:50am. We will also be reading the banns of marriage for Willa Halden and William Lucas for the third time. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and a reading of Psalm 86:1-10, starting 6pm. Communion will be held at the evening (6pm) worship
This is a reminder to everyone that the Summer Ball is fast approaching. Saturday 28th June, 7pm – 12:30am, Haselbury Mill, Crewkerne, TA18 7NY. Evening Dress. Tickets are £35 and available from Russell and Morag Kingsbury, David and Anne Hardman and Kim Sankey. You can also contact the church office on 01297 444499. The summer ball is in aid of clean water for rural Zambia and is a highlight of Uplyme Church’s calendar.
Silent Auction Saturday September 27th 2014
Raising Funds for Disabled Toilet facilities at Uplyme Church
As many of you will be aware the church is open from dawn until dusk every day of the year and is used by the community and the primary school throughout the week. It is also visited by many tourists who either have former connections or are walking one of the local footpaths.
Sadly the church is still without a disabled toilet facility. Indeed there is just one aged tiny unisex toilet at the back of the church.
So we are making a determined effort to try and raise sufficient funds to improve and extend the toilet facilities which we know will be much appreciated by the local community, visitors and church members.
One aspect of the fund raising will be a silent auction in late September. We would be most grateful if there is anything you could offer for the auction (either a service or an item). Examples of the list so far include tickets for local attractions, baby-sitting, 3 course home cooked meal for 4, a flower arrangement, cut and blow dry, 2 dozen speciality cup-cakes, compost, a dress made and fitted, piano or singing lesson, fishing session and more! Local businesses such as Travis Perkins, Making Waves, Uplyme Garage, Amid Giants and Idols, Black Dog Tearooms, Seaton Window Cleaners, Liberty and Family etc have already offered support No item or service would be too small especially if it’s something often needed and no treat would be too big! Items will need to be in new or nearly new condition and transportable to Uplyme Church. If not sold they will need to be collected.
Please put your thinking caps on, especially as many of you will have some great ideas.
Offers of items, services to either Carol Linsley - 442358 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Anne and David Hardman- 444799 or email@example.com.
Please look out for further details in the next issue of the Parish magazine.
This Sunday’s Theme is Pentecost. The reading is Acts 2: 1-21. Junior Church is NOT on. The morning worship (10am) is All Age. We will also be reading the banns of marriage for Willa Halden and William Lucas for the first time. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and a reading of Psalm 104:26-36, starting 6pm. Communion will be held at the evening (6pm) worship
This weekend from 3pm-5:30pm an award winning wildlife garden is open to the public. With wildlife info, cream teas, cakes, garden ideas and a home-made stall it’s suitable for all. Entry is £1 for adults and 50p for children.
Pinecroft, Greenway, Lyme Regis, DT7 3EY
All proceeds to provides clean water in rural Zambia.
This Sunday’s Theme is Ascension. The reading is Luke 24: 44-53. Junior Church is NOT on. The morning worship (10am) is All Age. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and a reading of Psalm 68: 1-10, starting 6pm. Communion will be held at the morning (10am) worship
The concert,”Songs for a Summer’s Evening”, in the beautifully refurbished Uplyme Church, promises to be a very special evening. It is being held at 7:30pm on Saturday 7th June.
Local girl, Chloe Stratta, together with two other exciting young singers from Manchester, is presenting an evening of songs for a summer evening in Uplyme Church on Saturday 7th June at 7.30pm. Their repertoire will include both oratorio and operatic arias, and art song, including works by Mozart, Handel, Fauré, Schubert, and much more.
Chloe – an ex-Colyton Grammar School pupil – grew up in Lyme Regis, and graduated with a first class honours degree in music from Manchester University last year. In Manchester, she studied as a soprano under Catherine Mikic, and she is now working with Ryland Davies and Debbie Rees in London, and Julie De’ath Lancaster in Devon. She is hoping to pursue a classical singing career. Whilst at University, she toured in Milan and Menaggio, Italy with the University’s prestigious chamber choir, Ad Solem, and took part in numerous concerts. In her final year, she took the lead role of Venus in the university music society’s performance of John Blow’s ‘Venus and Adonis’, and also performed with the Halle choir. Last year, she was the soprano soloist for the Lyme Bay Chorale’s performance of Haydn’s Creation Mass, and this year for Sidmouth Choral Society’s performance of Haydn’s “Mass In the Time of War”, and for a Fauré Reqiuem in Exeter Cathedral. She is currently the Musical Director of the Uplyme Gospel Choir and is a young leader for B Sharp – the Lyme Regis youth music charity. In 2012 she spent four months studying at Melbourne Conservatorium, Australia.At the concert on 7th June Chloe will be supported by two other exciting young singers from Manchester – Rhiannon Doogan(mezzo soprano) and James Berry (baritone). Rhiannon graduated with Chloe from Manchester University in 2013, having also studied under Catherine Mikic. James is currently a student at the Royal Northern College of Music.
Tickets available on the door will cost £10 but there will be no charge for children.
This Sunday’s Theme is Saul: A conversion. The reading is Acts 9:1-19. Junior Church is NOT on. The morning worship (10am) is All Age. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, starting 6pm. Communion will be held at the evening (6pm) worship.