Busy weekend for Sid Valley church mission
A chance to share passion for life and faith at Sid Valley church mission weekend
FROM bead jewellery making to woodland walks, cream teas to a candlelit dinner, there was something for everyone to enjoy during last weekend’s church mission throughout the Sid Valley.
The series of events, organised by local churches, got off to a wonderful start with more than 70 adults and children taking part in a special Messy Church held at St. Francis’ church hall.
While ladies got creative with Beads and Baraza the men enjoyed a talk by Paul Morrish of Exeter City Football Club at the Saturday morning breakfast fry up.
For the more energetic, the ramble though Salcombe Hill Woods was well attended while a romantic candlelit dinner at Sidmouth Golf Club was more to some other people’s taste.
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Food seemed to feature highly in many of the sessions with Music and Munch at both Salcombe Regis and Sidbury churches being well supported.
“The mission gave a wonderful opportunity for local Christians to share something of their passion for life and passion for their faith” said the Reverend Angie Gammon, curate at Sidmouth Parish Church.
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“It was also great to be working with other denominations and we are already starting to plan for next year.”