We enjoyed a traditional Harvest Festival service in Weobley Parish Church on Sunday 6 October celebrating God’s goodness and provision, with favourite harvest hymns and two uplifting harvest anthems sung by Jubilus. The harvest gifts will be given to Hereford Women’s Refuge.
Due to the recent spell of poor weather we have had to change our venue from Castle Green to Weobley Parish Church, but everyone is welcome to come to this year’s Summer Fete tomorrow, Saturday 15 June, at 2.00pm. Lots of stalls and refreshments to enjoy. As well as being in aid of the Parish … [Read more…]
The annual Inter-parish Croquet Tournament will be held on Saturday 25 May at 2.00pm, at Eardisley Tennis and Croquet Club. Churches in the parish can enter teams of two people and any number of teams can be accommodated, with a maximum of eight teams on the croquet pitch at any one time. Cost of entry is … [Read more…]
Walk with us round Weobley Village, telling the story of Jesus’ crucifixion. Ideal for all ages with activities and songs along the way. Everyone welcome…… especially accompanied children. Meet at the Catholic Church at 11am on Friday 19 April.
ISBN 978-1-529-37492-6 Pete Greig has been teaching on prayer and involved in a non-stop prayer movement, 24-7 Prayer, since founding it over 20 years ago. He is an Ambassador for the NGO Tearfund and an associate tutor at St Mellitus Theological College, London, and also leads a large church in Guildford called Emmaeus Road – … [Read more…]
Returning by popular demand our very own ‘Gourmet Chefs’ Alan Jones and Bob Best will be Producing Perfect Pancakes in the Pews of Weobley Parish Church on Tuesday 5 March 11.00am – 12.30pm. Coffee and tea will also be available. Please do join us.
Pat Millington will be giving an Illustrated Talk entitled ‘Postcards around Weobley’ at 2.30pm on Thursday 24 January at St Thomas’ Parish Room, Weobley. Tickets cost £6.50 to include afternoon tea. Tickets are limited, and selling out fast, so please contact Pat soon if you would like to buy one (319330).
There were more than 30 seated in a friendly horseshoe formation in the spacious chancel area of Weobley Church, for the new venture of a Taizé-style service on Advent Sunday afternoon. A singing group provided the range of musical textures which are a feature of Taizé music. The service featured the lighting and placing of … [Read more…]
This special service reflects the unique but simple meditative singing popularised by Taizé, which is easy to follow. The quiet, candlelit atmosphere lends itself to prayer and silence. All are very welcome.