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Parish Evaluation Day 7th October 2017

On Saturday 7th October 2017 over fifty members of Holy Trinity with St Nicholas churches gathered at Safewise, Weymouth for an evaluation day to begin to determine through discussion and prayer what its priorities should be for the future of their churches in Weymouth.

Five mixed groups worked together under the guidance of the facilitator for the day, the Venerable Tony Wilds, former Archdeacon of Plymouth.  As well as identifying the many parish strengths and weaknesses it was agreed that the future of our churches may depend on reorganisation and change for the sake of the Gospel.  This would inevitably mean a new vision with new priorities while using our present liturgical structure rooted firmly in the Eucharist to help us focus on where and how we might engage in the changes necessary to meet the challenges of the gospel in the twenty first century.

Canon Andrew opened the day with prayer and assisted Fr Tony in helping us focus on what the next stage will be as we continue together to discover God’s kingdom.

The whole day was thoughtful, prayerful and well received.  Thanks to Chrsitine Buffrey (PCC secretary) and her helpers the day went smoothly with a ploughman’s lunch to help sustain us!

13 October 2017

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