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The Crucifixion

Yarcombe Terrier Racing!

Not seen or been to Terrier Racing? Get ready to have an evening of fun!

THE HIDING PLACE!

Join us at Kilmington Village Hall on Wednesday 18th July  7.30pm for an evening like no other. You will be enthralled!

Songs of Praise & Prayer…..

….a dementia friendly service for those who forget and their friends.

Remember Our Child…..

Celebrate Together!

Memory Service: “Carols around the Crib”

Please join Axe valley Mission Community for this special service:

Finance and Treasurer… Find my documents!

At the last Deanery Synod the question of the role of the Treasurer came up and how to provide the accounts and annual reports in the format that the diocese require. Most treasurers are lay people with little or no experience of what needs to be submitted to the diocese.

On the Diocesan Website there are a number of resources you may find helpful. Under the list of resources you will see Finance: offering you a choice of “Cashbook” or “Parish Accounts”.

Under “Cashbook” you will find:

The receipts and payments is an excel spreadsheet that will allow you to carry out simple accounting and submit the forms the diocese require. Click on the above links to access them. The manual tells you how to work and run the package.

Under “Parish Accounts” you will find a number of documents and templates to choose from which will help you produce the information in the right format that is required.

Click “HERE” to go to the documents page and then click on Resources you can then select Finance: Parish Accounts and select the documents you wish to see and download.

A Service for those who forget, and their friends – Sunday 18th June

Thy Kingdom Come

 

Most people have already got the resources for “Thy Kingdom Come” the global prayer movement which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. He is calling on Christians to pray that people might know Jesus Christ during a focused time between Ascension and Pentecost from 25th May – 4th June 2017.

The hope is that:

  • People will commit to pray with God’s world-wide family – as a church, individually or as a family
  • Churches will hold prayer events, such as 24-7 prayer, prayer stations and prayer walks, across the UK and in other parts of the world
  • People will be transformed through prayer by the Holy Spirit, finding new confidence to be witnesses for Jesus Christ

One or two people have asked where they can get information regarding this event

Click “here” to go to the website for more information and resources.