USPG Links Meeting Tuesday 17th October 2.30 p.m. in the Refectory at Churston Church when Brenda and Graham Eyre will be showing their film of the Northern Lights which no doubt will be something special and awe inspiring as well. Tea and cake will be on offer too with any proceeds going to USPG. You will find the current USPG Magazine in all the churches. Please do take one to find out what projects are in progress and the difference the charity makes to so many struggling peoples around the world. It is a very busy charity and had the blessing of no other than President Tutu when he was alive. We will also be packing boxes for “Operation Christmas Child” after Graham and Brenda’s film. All welcome to an afternoon of entertainment, tea / coffee and the very worthwhile project of sending presents around the world to children who would otherwise have nothing at Christmas time.
CONCERT AT ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH Saturday 21st October, 7pm to 9pm THE CALLINGTON COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR The choir provided backing vocals for Leona Lewis, in Plymouth last year. Now you can see them perform in Brixham. Admission is £7, to include refreshments.
ALL SAINTS’ DAY LUNCH, Wednesday 1st November This year the lunch is being held at The Cricket Club, North Boundary Road, Brixham, at 12:30pm for 1pm. The cost is £12. The booking form for menu choices and payment is at All Saints’ church. All are welcome.
Churston Church The Glorious Revolutions arrival at Churston Ferrers. Prince William of Orange.
COFFEE at THE CHURSTON MANOR on November 4th at 10.30 am. Historian John Risdon will give an illustrated talk followed on by a short walk around the Church and surrounding area. Tickets are £8 and are inclusive of coffee and biscuits. Proceeds to Churston Church funds.
CHURSTON SOCIAL COMMITTEE invite you to turn up and enjoy a chat at Churston Golf Club on Monday 6th November at 10:30 all are welcome. Look forward to seeing you there
VISITING BELL RINGERS Bell ringing will be taking place at St. Mary’s church, Brixham on Saturday 18th November from 1.30 p.m. until 2.30 p.m. by visitors from Tedburn St. Mary.Follow