Sunday Worship

10am Morning Worship is contemporary, relevant and fun. Children are always welcome and we run Junior Church for over 3s nearly every week.

6pm Evening Worship is quiet, contemplative and seasonal. We draw on the rich tapestry of Christian liturgy and worship.

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Easter 2014

This Sunday is Easter Sunday. This week the theme is Mary, Joanna, Mary and Peter: The Empty Tomb. The reading is Luke 24: 1-12. This is an all age worship.The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, it starts at 6pm. Communion will be held at the morning (10am) worship.

This Sunday

palm-sunday

This Sunday is Palm Sunday. Continuing our series of talks based on people who met Jesus at the cross this week’s theme is “Jerusalem: people and priests meet Jesus” with a reading from Matthew 21: 1-17. There is no Junior Church this week, it is an all age worship! The evening worship is a quieter more reflective and traditional worship with the same theme. There will be agape at the evening worship.

This Sunday

centurion
This Sunday is the forth in our series of people who met Jesus at the Cross. This week the theme is Simon, Criminals and Centurion: The way to the cross. The reading is Luke 23:26-27, 32-49. Junior Church is on. The children will go to the church as normal at 10am and be taken to Mrs Ethelston’s for Junior Church by the leaders. They will be brought back afterwards in time for refreshments. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, it starts at 6pm. Communion will be held at the morning (10am) worship.

Holiday

holidayThe Church office will be closed until next Thursday (27th March) as I’m taking a wee break! If it is something urgent you can contact the Church Wardens; Sue Wells (01297 444289) or Jo Cursley (01297 443642), otherwise feel free to email the usual administrator address (administrator@uplymechurch.org.uk) or call the church office number (01297 444499) and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

This Sunday

PilateWashesHandsThis Sunday is the third in our series of people who met Jesus at the Cross. This week the theme is Pilate: The judge who sentenced Jesus. The reading is Matthew  27:15-26. It will also be the third and final reading of the Banns for Sara Benson and Richard Pearce, and Benjamin Wells and Lisa Huish. Junior Church is on. The children will go to the church as normal at 10am and be taken to Mrs Ethelston’s for Junior Church by the leaders. They will be brought back afterwards in time for refreshments. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, it starts at 6pm. Communion will be held at the evening (6pm) worship.

Christ Crucified

CC flyer reducedAndy Hague’s modern telling of the Easter story Christ Crucified is being staged at The Beehive Honiton on April 12th, 13th and 14th. This Rock Oratorio uses bible passages to not only portray the events surrounding Jesus’s Death and resurrection but also to comment on the meaning and significance of these (literally) crucial events. The music is dynamic, engaging and expressive. Tickets, which include a souvenir libretto-programme are £12.50 and available from Carole Clark 01460 261072 or ivydale1@fsmail.net  For full details, please refer to the website www.christ-crucified.co.uk  (PS The Saturday performance is nearly sold out.)

This sunday

luke 22-54-62This Sunday is the second in our series of people who met Jesus at the Cross. This week the theme is Peter: the Disciple who Denied Jesus. The reading is Luke 22:54-62. It will also be the second reading of the Banns for Sara Benson and Richard Pearce, and Benjamin Wells and Lisa Huish. Junior Church is on. The children will go to the church as normal at 10am and be taken to Mrs Ethelston’s for Junior Church by the leaders. They will be brought back afterwards in time for refreshments. The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, it starts at 6pm. Communion will be held at the morning (10am) worship

Let’s go for a walk

keep-calm-and-walk-on-sunshine-2With weather forecasts predicting warm sunny weather this weekend take the opportunity to join us on our community walk! We meet outside Uplyme Church at 11:30am on the second Saturday of the month – TOMORROW! It’s a great way to get out, get active and meet new people or have a good time with those you are already friends with. We recommend you wear appropriate clothing and footwear and dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

This Sunday

matthew 26-14-25

This Sunday is the first Sunday of lent and is the first in a series of talks based on the people who met Jesus at the cross. This week – Judas: the traitor who sold Jesus. Readings are Matthew 26:14-25, 30, 31 47-50 and 27:3-5. The morning worship is at 10am and Junior Church IS on. Everyone meets at the church then the leaders will take the Children to Mrs Ethelston’s and bring them back in time for refreshments. The Evening worship is at 6pm and is a more traditional and reflective service. Communion will be held at the evening worship this week.

Women’s World Day of Prayer

WWDP_edited-1Don’t Forget that tomorrow is Women’s World Day of Prayer! This year Women’s World Day of Prayer is Praying for Egypt. The WWDP service, written by Christian women, is held on the first Friday of March each year. All are welcome to attend – men, women and children. The selected country, this year Egypt, and its people, becomes the focus of the world’s prayers on the day itself. Uplyme Church is open from 11am for prayer, chat and coffee, at 12:30 we will all be getting to know each other at a bring and share lunch (all welcome) and from 2pm there is group worship followed by tea and cake!