Benefice What's On
Somerton Monday's Holy Spirit Chapel
Silent Prayer Group
3.45 to 4,00pm contemplative music then a short reading and prayer to help focus the mind, and then stillness and silence for about 30 mins. We end again with contemplative music, followed by the grace and then a cup of tea before going out into the world again.
For information contact Gerry Taylor at the Benefice Office.
Charlton Mackrell Tuesdays 4.00 - 4.30pm
Prayers for the local community
Tuesdays at St Columba
Evening Prayer Group at St Columba's 7.15pm
Wednesdays Somerton 7.00 - 8.30pm
Music Group Practice
Thursdays Charlton Adam 4.30pm
Somerton - Saturdays 9.30am
Prayers in Church followed by prayers in the Community
Somerton - 1st Saturday each month
10.00 am to 12 noon
Coffee Morning - Waverly House Group
Saturday 2nd February
2nd Tuesday each month - Reading Room Charlton Mackrell at 6.30pm
Monthly Worship and Praise Evening
No Meeting in February
next Tuesday 12th March 2019
Based around hymns & songs being composed in this our generation.
Some “go-ey .”Some quiet / reflective. Do come –“taste and see.”
We worship for up to an hour then drinks/eats for those who wish to stay.
2nd Thursday each month - Reading Room Charlton Mackrell - 10.00am - 12.00noon
Monthly Village Cafe
Thursday 14th February
Thursday 14th March
We look forward to seeing you there for a warm welcome and delicious coffee.
We will be raising funds for our school.
We continue to collect food for the Lord’s Larder who are very grateful for our donations
2nd Thursday of each month - St Michael's Holy Spirit Chapel
at 2.30pm - Mother's Union
Thursday 14th February Wave of Prayer
3rd Wednesday of each month in St Michael's
10.00am Mothers Union Corporate Communion at
Tuesday 5th February
Charlton Mackrell Church Yard 10am - 12.30pm
Charltons Working Party. Your help would be appreciated.
Tuesday 5th February St Michael's, Somerton
T + at 2.30pm
An opportunity to meet and chat with one another over a cup of tea or coffee. This month will be a film show
Based on William P. Young’s bestselling novel, The Shack follows Mack Phillips as he deals with the kidnapping and murder of his youngest daughter whilst the family are on a camping trip in the woods. Shocked to his core, Mack spirals out of control, questioning everything he ever knew or believed.
As anger and depression set in, and Mack retreats from all those around him, a mysterious letter appears, urging him to go back to the site of the crime. Believing the note is from God, Mack travels back into the source of all his pain. There, in that decrepit shack, begins a journey like no other. Mack comes face to face not only with his own past and pain, but with a spiritual journey guided by the Trinity who are all waiting for Mack to arrive.
A story of healing and finding peace amidst pain, The Shack is a life-changing film filled with awe-inspiring visuals and a powerful message.
Do come and join us
And bring your friends
CHARLTONS WINTER WARMER LUNCHES 2.30pm Reading Room
February 15th and March 8th and 15th
The lunch is a home cooked two course meal with coffee, costing £8.00 and £10,00 for the December Christmas Lunch. Lunch is served at 12.30pm. Please book by the Sunday before with Andrea 223227 or Margaret on 224099
CHARLTON MACKRELL COMMUNITY CENTRE
THE GOODFELLAS IN CONCERT
Friday 23rd February 7.30pm
A mixture of Surfin, Boppin and Bllues
Tickets £10.00 available from Charlton Adam Post Office or at the door.
SUNDAY 3RD MARCH AT 3PM
ST MICHAEL'S, SOMERTON
AFTERNOON TEA CONCERT
An afternoon of music with James Turner at the Piano, come along and enjoy an afternoon of music with afternoon tea served at the interval.
TICKETS £8.00 (Including Afternoon Tea) from Mary Ann Pike or by phone from Jan Turner 01458 270096
- Church Office, Rosemount
- Sutton Road
- TA11 6QP