Looking forward to Christmas

There’s lots coming up this week with something we hope for everyone.  Monday evening, 8.00pm sees us at The Castle for Beer & Carols.  Wednesday is the day for the Messy Church Christmas Party.  It’s at the Baptist Church starting at 3.30pm.  On Friday at 7.30pm we have our lovely Carols by Candlelight with organist Alex West and the Christmas Choir.  Then on Christmas Eve we have a donkey service at 6.00pm.  Come early and meet Issachar!  Midnight Communion is at 11.30pm.  And on Christmas morning, there will be a service of Holy Communion at 9.00am.

Noël Candlelit Concert

Exeter based pianist, Alex Wilson will be hosting a Christmas musical journey across Europe this coming Saturday, 10thDecember from 5.00pm.  Tickets are £8.00 (suggested price) and are available in advance via Alex’s website, or on the door.

In Loving Memory

White lit candles on brown wooden table

All are welcome to a quiet, reflective service to remember loved ones in St Disen’s Church on Sunday 27th November at 4.00pm. If you would like the name of a loved one read during the service please contact Revd Olly.

Warm Welcome

Each Wednesday through the autumn and winter, we will be offering a Warm Welcome in St Disen’s Hall from 9am till 3pm.  You’ll find a warm, free, safe community space, with hot drinks, home baking, homemade soup, all free to all.  You are welcome to just pop in or stay all day.

We’re part of the national Warm Welcome project and supported by Bradninch Town Council as part of their Winter Project.

Knit & Natter

The third Tuesday of the month, 2.00pm, is knit and natter time in St Disen’s Hall.

Can’t knit? That doesn’t matter. Bring another craft or just come and natter (and enjoy a cuppa as well).

Messy Church is moving

Our children’s group, Messy Church is moving from the third to the fourth Wednesday of the month.  The time and place, 3.30pm at the Baptist Church, remain the same.  See What’s On for more information on what Messy Church is all about.

Welcome to our new curate

Hazel, our new curate, cutting a cake with husband, Mike, beside her

We are very pleased to welcome Hazel and husband Mike to St Disens.  Hazel, who was ordained in Exeter Cathedral on 10th September has joined us for two years.