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31.Nepal Appeal
Following the horrendous devastation left by the earthquake in Nepal St Mary's Church are organising an appeal to pay for a Shelterbox. The Church Council are to donate £100 and a retiring collection will be taken at services for 3 weeks. If you would like to make a contribution to ...
32.SUMMER FETE
This Saturday (11) the annual church fete and Scout open afternoon will be held at the Recreation Field ( next to Parish Hall) from 2-5pm The event will be opened by DR. DONALD McLINTOCK Stalls, teas, bouncy castle,bar, face painting, BBQ and lots of Scouting activities on offer - something ...
33.Coffee Morning
I'm a 17 year old who will be holding a coffee morning at 4 South View on Saturday (27/02) from 10 -12 noon to raise funds to cover my expenses to gain my Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and attend Hemyock/Danish Scout camp.. There will be a bring & buy ...
34.April 23rd news
April 23rd
35.Christmas fair/ Christingle
St Mary's annual Christmas Fair will be held on Saturday 6th December at the Parish Hall from 2 - 4pm Traditional stalls, raffles, refreshments and lots of other goodies including a visit from Father Christmas will be on ofer. The following afternoon at 4pm a Christingle service will be held ...
36.Christmas Shoeboxes
Just a reminder that if you are filling a shoebox full of goodies to be taken to Moldova by Christian Response to Easterm Europe for Christmas it needs to be at 4 South View by Nov 9th. Please leave n back porch if no one at home. Many thanks.
37.Christmas Fair
This Saturday, 4th December, 2.30pm, St Mary's Parish Church Christmas Fair at the Parish Hall. To be opened by Rev David Sherwood. Stalls, mulled wine, raffles, refreshments.
38.Hemyock Scout group and Brownies
For many years Hemyock youth uniformed groups have travelled to Tiverton for the District St George's Day Parade and Service but this years they have decided to hold this very special service at St Mary's. The parade of Scouts, Cubs and Brownies will be leaving the Parish Hall at 11am ...
39.Christingle
Everyone is welcomed to the village CHRISTINGLE service to be held at 4p.m. at St Mary's Church today - Sunday 9th Dec. This is a short service and families - even those with the youngest of children - are especially welcome..
40.St Mary's Summer Fete
THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 13TH JULY - STALLS, TEAS, COMPETITIONS, FUN AND GAMES - SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT THE RECREATION FIELD IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE. PLEASE COME ALONG , MEET YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS, JOIN IN THE FUN AND SUPPORT YOUR PARISH CHURCH
41.Womens World Day of Prayer
This years Women's World Day of Prayer for the Upper Culm Valley will be held at St Mary's Church, Hemyock on Friday 2nd March at 2pm. All are welcome. The Lent course this year for the Upper Cuilm Valley Mission will be held on Thursday evenings at 7.30pm beginning March ...
42.For one night only ......
For one night only the Friends of St Mary's are holding a Puddings Evening. When? - tonight, Friday 9th May, 7.30pm at the Church Room. Tickets £5 - allowing you to sample many different puddings as you wish
43.Easter Joy at St Mary's
Join the Easter celebrations at the parish church on Sunday 24th a 11.15am. and await the surprises! Visit the Easter Garden and beautiful floral decorations including lilies donated in memory of loved ones
44.Christmas at the Parish Church
Whatever your age there will be a service at St Mary's suitable for you during this festive season and all are welcome. Christmas Eve at 5pm sees the village Crib Service . This is a short joyful service especially suitable for families. At 11.15pm there will be the traditional Midnight ...
45.Puddings Evening
If such delights as fruit tarts and crumbles, tiramasu and trifle, fruit fools and similar desserts arefoods you enjoy then the Church Room on Friday 24th February is the place to be. Starting at 7pm and for a small fee of 5 you are invited to try as many of ...
46.The Wait Is Over!
Some people may wonder why the Church of England takes longer to put things into action than our non Conformist friends and there may well be folk who were wondering when the handrail at St Marys would be added to the pulpit. Well, good news, after a 4 year wait ...
47.Nativity Crib Festival
A Nativity Crib Festival will be held at St Mary's Church, Hemyock this weekend. The Festival will feature nativity crib scenes in a variety of materials, shapes and sizes. The Festival, which is being arranged by the Friends of St Mary's ,will be open Friday 11th and Saturday 12th December ...
48.St Mary's Church
September is always a busy month at the Parish Church which begins on Sunday 7th with a short Family Service followed by a Patronal lunch. The following Sunday Heritge weekend is celebrated with Morning Prayer following the Book of Common Prayer and in the afternoon the Friends of St Mary's ...
49.TREE FESTIVAL 14 -16th DECEMBER
Organised by the Friends of St Mary's the parish church has been decorated with over 20 Christmas trees by local organisations and is a glorious sight. Tinsel, baubles, lights, stars, seed packets, PO boxes, poppies , beer mats, and knitted goods along with colours of gold, silver and red are ...
50.Life at St Mary's and beyond
This coming Sunday, 24th, people are invited to meet at the Parish Hall around 11a.m. for the beginning of the Palm Sunday service which will be continued at St Mary's Church where there will be a dramatisation of Christ's Passion. During Holy Week there will be services of Holy Communion ...
51.Heritage Sunday
The celebration of Heritage Sunday in Hemyock began at the Morning Prayer service at the parish church of St Mary's which was taken by Rev Ron White. The full choral service using the book of Common Prayer included canticles and responses from the Cathedral Psalter, readings from the Alternative Version ...
52.Life at St Mary's
St Mary's Church was buzzing with visitors as it celebrated Heritage Sunday when a display of needlecraft had been arranged by the Friends of St Mary's. Intricate cross stitich pictures, tapestry, knitting, embroidery, quilting and crochet were amongst the items on show with demonstrations of lace making and teddy bear ...
53.Harvest Festival
Come and join in the Parish Harvest Festival celebrations at St Mary's Church on Friday 24th September at 7.00pm. After the service there will be a supper in the Parish Hall followed by entertainment.
54.The late Revd Malcolm Beal
Almost 300 people including Bishop Richard Hawkins and many clergy gathered at St Mary's parish church, where extra seating was brought in, for the funeral service of Revd. Malcolm Beal which was conducted by Revd David Sherwood. Family and friends had travelled from as far afield as Canada and the ...
55.Summer Fete
St Mary's annual Summer Fete will take place in the Recreation Field on Saturday 9th July. Running from 11a.m. - 4p.m.the event will be opened by Neil Parish MP for Tiverton and Honiton, Amongst an array of stalls will also be found skittles, beer tent, refreshments, raffle and lots more! ...
56.Christmas Fair
This Saturday, December 1st, at the Parish Hall, 2.30 - 4pm St Mary's church annual Christmas Fair Cakes, books, teas, tombolas, mulled wine, raffles, Culm Davy stall and more...... plus Father Christmas hopes to be there. We hope to see you there as you support your parish church - photos ...
57.Church Doors
Your Parish Church is seeking donations to install a Memorial Door for the porch at St Mary's and to upgrade the access path. We are delighted with the response so far and are over halfway to the £10,000 needed but we still need your support to reach our target Further ...
58.HARVEST FESTIVAL
This Friday, 26th September , Harvest Festival will be celebrated at the Parish Church at 7pm. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Tony Grosse - a past Rector. St Mary's has been supporting the local Foodbank in recent months and you are invited to bring along donations of tinned ...
59.Illuminations
Tonight seasonal illuminations will light up the trees and outer walls of our parish church prior to the annual carol service at 7pm which will be followed by mince pies and mulled wine. Do come and join us.
60.bedding and clothing appeal
Over the past couple of years we have collected good quallity second hand clothing, bedding and towels for the charity Christian Response to Eastern Europe. Due to the loss of premises this was halted but with new storage space now available cr2ee is once again accepting goods. if you have ...