Upcoming Events and News
Welcome to The Benefice of The Huntspills and Mark.
Whilst we are delighted that Government regulations have ended, we have a responsibility to keep people safe. The following will remain in place in our Church buildings: –
- Hand Sanitising
- Track and Trace listing – (details kept for 21 days and then destroyed)
- Opportunity and encouragement for people to socially distance
- Masks to be worn on entering/leaving Church and if walking around.
- If you wish, masks may be removed when you are seated.
- Singing is allowed, masks to be worn when singing.
- No physical sharing of the peace.
- No sharing of wine/chalice.
- Hand sanitising before sharing of the bread.
We will be delighted for you to join us for worship however only come if it is safe for you to do so.
In addition to the schedule of events shown on the right, you can find further details about upcoming events below and a monthly calendar at the bottom of this page.
Monthly recordings of services held throughout the Benefice are available via our Video & Zoom page.
As we explore ways of continuing with this exciting new media, there will be a ‘Faith in Focus‘ Zoom gatherings the 2nd Thursday of the month. Join for a chat and a coffee ‘bring your own’ Zoom Link.
If you are looking for social events planned for the year ahead visit our Social Calendar page
Why not check out our Gallery page for a snap shot of village life
We look forward to seeing you soon.
We are gradually restarting our social events. Please see Social Calendar page for more up coming events. We look forward to seeing you all again soon!
Why not check out our Gallery page and discover all the exciting things that have happened
Pop in to St Peter & All Hallows church on the First and Third Monday of the month for coffee, tea, cake and company!
Everyone welcome from 10.30am-12midday.
Let’s bring our community together!
The ‘Living in Love & Faith’ course aims to help Christians think deeply about what it means to be human. It provides a structured and accessible way for local groups to engage in and reflect on identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage.
Each of the five sessions explores one key topic, with an opening reflection about learning together, followed by teaching, time for discussion and Bible study. The sessions end with an invitation to reflect on our learning, bringing it to God in prayer.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have commended this course to us: ‘It is about going deeper with each other and with God. Our hope is that as we engage with it together across the church, we will learn to live more fully in the way of Christ – in love and faith’. Our three Parochial Church Councils have each already adopted the ‘Pastoral Principles for living well together’ that have been promoted to support this work: (i) acknowledge prejudice, (ii) speak into silence, (iii) address ignorance, (iv) cast our fear, (v) admit hypocrisy, and (vi) pay attention to power. With these as our firm foundation we look forward to exploring safely and positively together.
Come and join others from across the United Benefice of The Huntspills & Mark as we tackle these sensitive and complex issues together through this informative, thoughtful, challenging and engaging course, and then offer our own contributions to the national debate.
Session 1 ‘Learning Together’ will be held at Holy Cross Church, Mark starting at 7pm on Wednesday 8th September 2021.
Session 2 – 7pm Wednesday 29th September at St Peter & All Hallows Church West Hunstpill
Session 3 – 7pm Wednesday 13th October at All Saints Church, East Huntspill
Session 4 – 7pm Wednesday 24th November at Holy Cross Church, Mark
Session 5 – 7pm Wednesday 1st December location tbc
The entire course is available on the Living in Love & Faith website (via Living in Love and Faith | The Church of England) so can be engaged with individually or in groups, and if you miss any of our sessions you catch up via the website.
Do come and join us if you can! (further details available from Rev Chris).
Looking forward to all that lies ahead,
Rev Chris (781147)
Watch a short interview with David Hill, organist.
David shares with us his background and some insight into how church organs work.
Click here for full length interview with David.
Why not find out all about her as well as the rest of the Team as well as her latest blog.
Following Covid Guidance, it has been decided to produce electronic editions of The Huntspill News as well as a hardcopy. View this month’s publication (PDF)
Find out more under our ‘Heritage Project’ section