Open House – Going Forward

Open House – Going Forward

As many of you will already know Helen Croud is leaving us soon to take up a new and exciting challenge! Helen has been accepted to train with the Church of England to become an ‘Ordained Incumbent Pioneer Minister’! Her training will begin in September and will

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‘In Stitches’

‘In Stitches’ Exhibition – August 2014 Written by Tricia Venn In the summer Joyce Deaville and Tricia Venn held their fourth joint Exhibition at Shaftesbury Arts Centre. Joyce creates gossamer fine shawls, knitting with 1 ply Shetland wool, each taking many hours to complete. Tricia’s hand embroidered

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A Big Thank You From Marg & Ian

A Big Thank You From Marg & Ian

Thank you from Marg and Ian – On July 25th we celebrated our Golden wedding anniversary (50 years), where has all the time gone ? It was a joyous time – we had an afternoon tea party at Fathers House for approx. 100 of our lovely family

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Report from Haiti

Written by Flor White On the 10 of May Stella, Sandra and myself embarked on another adventure to Haiti. I was so exited to be able to go back to a country that has been part of my life for more than 20 years! And more exited

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The amazing work of Street Pastors

Many of you here at Fathers House will know Jean Maggs, who lives in Paulton, and who has had connections with the church here for many years. Jean has been involved in ‘Street Pastoring’ in her local area and wanted to share some of the amazing things

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A Message From Pope Francis

A Message From Pope Francis

History in the making?   At the beginning of April Heather and I were visiting our son Matthew and family, and while we were there we had lunch with Tony Palmer, an Anglican Episcopal Bishop who was visiting the discipleship group Matt runs. We were aware that

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Richards Experiences in the Antarctic

The Antarctic We headed South West from South Georgia hoping to pass close to The South Orkneys but the ice reports required us to stay further north. However on our journey we did cross the ‘Antarctic Convergence’. The Antarctic Convergence is a curve continuously encircling Antarctica where cold, northward-flowing Antarctic

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Richards Next Report – From Shag Rock And South Georgia

Shag Rock and South Georgia. We set sail from the Falklands and headed for South Georgia via Shag Rock. This lonely rocky outcrop is the pinnacle of an underwater mountain and is literally in the ‘middle of nowhere’. Amazingly however it is home to a huge variety

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