Welcome to the Sampford Peverell Team Mission Community
9.30am Sunday 1st November - Halberton
11.00am Sunday 1st November - Holcombe Rogus
If you would like a name to be remembered at any of these services please contact the Church Office on firstname.lastname@example.org or 017906 381451
Wednesday 10.00am Holy Communion, Sampford Peverell
Wednesday 6.15pm Evening Prayer (see below)
Friday 9.00am Morning Prayer via Zoom (see below)
1st November - All Saints' Day
8.00 Holy Communion (BCP) Sampford Peverell
9.00 Morning Prayer - posted on our Facebook page
9.30 Remembering Service Halberton
11.00 Remembering Service Holcombe Rogus
9.00am Friday Morning Prayer via Zoom
Rev. Glyn will be leading Morning Prayer on Friday, at 9.00am, via Zoom. Please email him if you would like to come and we will send you the details. The words for Morning Prayer can be found here on the Church of England website. Scroll down and click on the Morning Prayer box.
A Prayer for All Saints' Day
We remember the saints in heaven. Thankyou for releasing them from the burden of sin and death in this life and for keeping your promise to them. We especially remember those from our community who have passed away in the past year. Give comfort to all those who grieve over loved ones no longer with us on earth. Give them the hope only your word can offer us. Amen
Rev. Glyn will be leading Evening Prayer at 6.15pm on Wednesday. The service will be live streamed via the SPTMC Facebook page. The words for Evening Prayer can be found here on the Church of England website. Scroll down and click on the Evening Prayer box.
'FAITH AT HOME' BAGS
We have 10 bags for anyone to borrow and use at home. Each bag explores a different Theme or story from the Bible and contains toys, games, books and, in some cases a DVD.
For more details on how to borrow them follow this link.
Life Events - baptisms, wedding and funerals.
Anyone attending any service in church must wear a face covering, keep to social distancing, sanitise hands and give their name and phone number for Track and Trace purposes.
Baptisms can take place, if a church has decided to open, but numbers are restricted to a maximum of 6 people, unless it is in a church Sunday service where numbers allowed will be dependent upon how many are felt to be a safe number. Restrictions and safety measures must also be put in place For more information follow the links.
Weddings can take place with a maximum of 15 people.
Funerals can now take place inside a church, if it is open, but numbers are restricted to a maximum of 30 people.
If are not able to attend the funeral of a loved one you may like to light a candle and read A Reflection . This may help you remember them and feel part of the funeral service. Follow the link.
The rest of our Safeguarding Policy statement can be found on our Statements pages.If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to someone:
· The name of our Mission Community Safeguarding Representative is Rev Glyn Lewry;· His contact details are Tel: 01884 829356 or Email: email@example.com · The link to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team’s contact details - https://exeter.anglican.org/resources/safeguarding/safeguarding-team/
This also provides support for those suffering from domestic violence.
If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11.”