Sunday Worship

10am Morning Worship is contemporary, relevant and fun. Children are always welcome and we run Junior Church 0+ years most weeks during term time.

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

Upcoming Events

PARNHAM VOICES 7:30pm, Saturday 25th October A concert of heavenly choral music in aid of church funds. Tickets £10 on the door to include a free glass of wine. Under 18s attend for free. Parnham voices is a small chamber choir singing all types of music for unaccompanied voices - medieval to modern, sacred and secular. Nigel Edwards joined in 2012 as musical director. It promises to be a delightful evening.

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Churchyard clear-up this Saturday morning 25th October from 10am

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Churchyard clear-up this Saturday morning 25th October from 10am

Please come and help clear-up and tidy-up the churchyard this Saturday.

If you can bring any garden tools with you such as shears, secateurs, rake etc and garden gloves, that would be great.

Coffee and cake provided.

Hope to see you Saturday!

This Sunday

camel needleThis week the theme is Mark 10, He Turns our World Values Upside-down, with a reading of Mark 10:17-31 . The questions are:  Is prosperity a sign of God’s blessing? And what would you find hardest of all to give up?

Junior Church is NOT on.

The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and an additional reading of Psalm 119:89-104, starting 6pm. Communion will be held during the evening worship.

Office Hours

church-office-closedThe office will be closed 27th-31st October. If there is an emergency please contact the Church Wardens. Any administrative work/requests can be sent in earlier otherwise they will be dealt with when the administrator returns on the 3rd of November. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

This Sunday

cup_of_cold_waterThis week the theme is Mark 9, Where is Jesus to be Found? The reading is Mark 9: 30-41. The questions are:  If we welcome a child we welcome Jesus. Why? And where else can be encounter Him?Junior Church is on. The children meet at Mrs Ethelstons from 9:50am and the leaders will bring them back to the church.

The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and an additional reading of Psalm 99, starting 6pm. Communion will be held during the evening worship.

We will also be raising awareness that this Sunday is Freedom Sunday. For more information please follow this link Freedom Sunday

 

 

This Sunday

price of a soulThis week the theme is Mark 8, Jesus is the Messiah, with a reading of Mark 8: 27-38. The questions are:  Was Peter angry with Jesus? And why are we asked to deny ourselves for the sake of the Gospel?

Junior Church is on. The children meet at Mrs Ethelstons from 9:50am and the leaders will bring them back to the church.

The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme and an additional reading of Psalm 106:1-12, starting 6pm. Communion will be held during the evening worship.

This Sunday – Harvest

Mark 7- 24-37This Sunday is HARVEST. We are collecting for St Petrock’s Exeter. The full list of items are on the noticeboards and on the website. Think warm clothing, boots, dog leads, sleeping bags, non-perishable food items. During this time of plenty it is important to give to those in need. All gifts can be left in the chancel. Thank you for your generosity.

Morning worship will be at 10am. The theme is Mark 7 – Jesus Reaches Out to All, with a reading of Mark 7: 24-37. Communion will be held during morning worship.

The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, with an additional reading of Psalm 65 and music provided by the Festival Choir, starting 6pm.

Office Closed

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The office will be closed tomorrow, Thursday 25th September, and will be open again 9am Friday 26th September. Feel free to email administrator@uplymechurch.org.uk or leave a message on 01297 444499 in the meantime. For emergencies please contact the church wardens.

Silent Auction

big newsThe Silent Auction will be held this Saturday (27th September) at Uplyme Church 3-7pm. You can now see the latest list of items being auctioned HERE. Further offers of items or bids placed in advance for those unable to attend can be emailed to Carol Linsley at carol.linsley1@googlemail.com

This Sunday

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This week the theme is Mark 5-6, Jesus Feeds the hungry, with a reading of Mark 6: 30-44, Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand . The questions are:  Do you find this story hard to understand? How can we make sense of it?

Junior Church is on. The children meet at Mrs Ethelstons from 9:50am and the leaders will bring them back to the church.

The evening worship is a more peaceful and reflective worship, with the same theme, starting 6pm. Communion will be held during the evening worship.

Harvest

st petrocksOn October 5th we will be holding a Harvest Worship. This year we are collecting items for St Petrock’s Exeter, helping to feed those without a home. Donations can be left in the chancel. Thank you all for your support and sharing your gifts with those in need this harvest.

A Guide of Most Wanted Items:

Instant coffee, Sugar (white, granulated), Instant hot chocolate, Orange squash, UHT / Longlife milk (with at least 5 months’ shelf-life)

Cereals, Porridge oats

Tinned tomatoes, Tinned potatoes, Tinned vegetables, Tinned fruit, Tinned corned beef, Tinned ham

Oxo cubes, Gravy granules, Brown / tomato sauce, Pasta sauces, Curry sauces, White pepper, Plain / self-raising flour, Cooking oil, Custard powder

Rice pudding, Evaporated milk, Golden syrup, Honey, Jam, Marmite

 Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Shower gel, Roll-on deodorants, Disposable razors, Shaving foam, Feminine hygiene products

Washing up liquid, Scouring pads, Washing powder, Kitchen anti-bac spray, Anti-bac handwash

In addition to the above (mainly food) items they St Petrock’s would also be very grateful for:

Sleeping bags, Sturdy rucksacks, Thermos Flasks, Dog leads

Underwear, Socks, Jeans (particularly men’s jeans with smaller waist sizes), Sturdy outdoor shoes/boots (particularly men’s)

Please note: We can only accept small quantities of fresh vegetables / fruit for storage reasons and cannot accept windfall apples.