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 Sunday 19th November

2 before Advent



 9.30am  Winterbourne Stoke  

Parish Communion


10.00am  Berwick St James  

Mattins


11.00am  Wylye

Group Parish Communion


11.00am  Stapleford

Parish Communion   


3.00pm  South Newton  

Sung Evensong + Holy Communion + Commissioning of LWL


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Graham, Lorraine and Barry Brown would like to thank everyone who sent us cards, flowers and donations for Wiltshire Air Ambulance on the sad loss of Alex.


Stapleford Harvest Festival


On Sunday October 15th at 1130am,St Mary's Church started the celebration of Harvest time with rousing music and singing by a strong congregation of some well known and one lesser known hymn of praise. The Village Hall welcomed all for a sit-down lunch afterwards. 40 attendees enjoyed cold ham, cheese( Berwick Farm shop),pickles,salad and hot baked potatoes with butter,of course. No harvest lunch could be considered complete without the legendary home-made apple crumbles and cream. No-one wanted to rush off, that in itself was a real tribute to all the helpers and contributors. Thanks were expressed to all those who gave, and to all those who came to celebrate the safe harvesting of the crops. “God speed the plough”.



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Commissioning of Lay Worship Leader

Sunday 19th November at 3.00pm


The Archdeacon of Sarum, the Venerable Alan Jeans, will be commissioning Tim Purchase as a Lay Worship Leader (LWL) in three of our parishes: South Newton, Wishford Magna and Stapleford.


The Commissioning will take place during Evensong on Sunday 19th November at St Andrew's Church, South Newton, beginning at the earlier time of 3.00pm. The service will conclude with a short celebration of the Holy Communion.


As the Benefice moves forward with changing patterns of ministry, Tim's contribution as an LWL will be of increasing importance. Therefore the Commissioning of Tim Purchase in this new role is of particular significance in the life of our parishes at the present time.


It is hoped that there will be many representatives of our parishes present at the Commissioning ceremony to support Tim in this important event.


Hugh Bonsey