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News from December 2017

Celebration of the £10 Talent Challenge

Today we celebrated the £10 Talent Challenge! Janet thanked all who participated and all who gave their financial support. The challengers brought their proceeds to Janet who, in turn, brought them to the altar for Father Andrew to bless. STOP PRESS!!!! The £10 Talent Challenge raised an amazing £4,761.25.

10 December 2017

Closure of St Nicholas Church and Hall

As some of you will know, the decision was taken at the PCC Meeting on Wednesday evening 29th November 2017 to proceed towards the closure of St Nicholas. This decision was reached with much sadness and heart-searching.

7 December 2017

World Aids Day - 2017

Holy Trinity church was open on Friday 1st December from 12noon until 2pm for prayer and reflection to remember all who have died over the years from AIDS and all who continue to live throughout the world from HIV and Aids. We pray for all who work to find a permanent cure for this world wide pandemic. The paschal candle was lit throughout the time of reflection in church as a sign of hope for those whose lives have been lost and in hope for a future cure.

2 December 2017

Ride and Stride Result 2017

Following this year’s Ride and Stride event our parish organiser, Anthony de Chazal, has received a letter from the Treasurer of Dorset Historic Churches Trust enclosing a cheque for £335, this being 50% of the funds raised by participants from Holy Trinity. The money raised by Anthony, who cycled to a large number of Dorset churches, and members of the Sociable Strollers, who visited four churches on Portland, was more than double that raised last year.

1 December 2017

Christmas 2017

Stirring the Christmas Cake on Stir Up Sunday whilst Father Andrew looks on bewilderingly! Stir Up Sunday from the old prayer book collect which is set for the last Sunday of the church’s year………….’STIR UP we beseech thee O Lord the wills of thy faithful people etc……….’

1 December 2017

Vicar’s letter for October 2018

“I’m a country person at heart! I was brought up in a small country town in North Cornwall with a thriving market each week. Sadly it is all now long gone. But as children my brothers and I used to love to go to the livestock market and watch all the farmers bringing their livestock and produce to market. At Harvest thanksgiving we would take our harvest gifts to church and I remember a wonderful harvest choral evensong and a hearty harvest supper which everybody was involved with.”

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