Everyone is welcome, and please bring your friends, to our traditional village Harvest Festival at Weobley Parish Church this Sunday 30 September at 10.30am. An opportunity to give thanks for God’s goodness to us.
Weobley Church was busy all day on Saturday 15 September with people making their way precariously up the tower via the narrow winding stone stairs to the ringing chamber, then an examination of the clock mechanism explained by Alan Jones and, above it, viewing the second heaviest ring of bells in Herefordshire in their new … [Read more…]
We enjoyed a fabulous Harvest Festival at Staunton on Wye on 9 September. Thanks to all who prepared the church and refreshments; our bell ringers; the Staunton Community Choir and preacher, Rev Charles Overton. Part of the collection will go to Borderlands Rural Chaplaincy who provide support to our local farmers. Here are some photos … [Read more…]
There will be a Pet Blessing Service at Byford Church on Sunday 30 September at 4pm. Anyone is welcome to bring their pets with them – be it tortoise or tiger – with the only request being that they are kept under control (especially those tortoises, we all know what they can be like). If you … [Read more…]
Following the lovely Harvest Festival Service at St Mary Staunton-on-Wye, earlier in September, here are the dates and times for the rest of the Harvest services this year. Letton: 16 September at 11:00 – followed by a light lunch Monnington-on-Wye: 23 September at … [Read more…]
Please come along to Weobley Parish Church Heritage Open Day with guided tower tours, this Saturday, September 15, 10.30am – 4.30pm. You can research your family history with the help of Herefordshire Family History Society; look at the old Registers and books; see our Church treasures and learn more about renowned local resident Ella Mary Leather. Light … [Read more…]
On Sunday 30th September at 4.00pm all pets and their people are warmly invited to a service of blessing in Byford Church. Pets are asked to be on leashes or in suitable containers, and pictures of pets that cannot be present or are deceased are also welcomed.
The Dean of Hereford Cathedral, The Very Revd Michael Tavinor, will preach at this year’s Guinea Service at St John The Baptist Church, in Letton, at 6.30pm on Monday 29 October, in a tradition which dates back to the early 1800s. In the last will and testament of parishioner Elizabeth Freeman, dated 1810, she left … [Read more…]
Don’t forget to come along, and bring your friends, to Weobley Parish Church Coffee Morning next Tuesday 11th September, 10.30am – 12.00 noon. Tea, coffee and cakes and an opportunity to catch up with friends, family and neighbours.