The Angel Festival

The Angel Festival at St John the Baptist Church, Bishopsteignton celebrates the message and presence of angels. 

  • Angel Banners made by local community groups - come and see them from Sat 14 Dec right through until Christmas
  • Drop-in Family-friendly Craft morning (9.30-11.30am Saturday 14 December). Angel-themed craft activities - take away what you make. Seasonal refreshments too!
  • Special Village Worship on the theme 'Hearing Angel Stories' (10.30-11.30am Sunday 15 December)

Do you have an angel figure you could lend for the Festival? Drop it off in church with a note about why it's special. Collect in time for Christmas. For more details, contact Revd Jane Frost.

 

Sacred Space

Using Art & Music, Words & Silence, 'Sacred Space' provides an opportunity to reflect on deeper aspects of our faith.

The theme for this occasion is 'Angels: Bringers of Good News'.

6.30-7.15pm on Sunday 8 December at St John the Baptist Church, Bishopsteignton.

All are welcome.

 

Book Launch for 'Life with St Benedict'

Cover

Life with St Benedict offers daily reflections to help enable personal spiritual growth and prayer.

‘In a time when many are seeking space, silence and spiritual depth,’ says Richard, ‘the Rule of St Benedict retains relevance in a world where change is often feared, stability can be elusive, and busyness interferes with listening to God.’

Read more: Book Launch for 'Life with St Benedict'

Sunday Roast @ St Michael's

Sunday Roast

By our own professional cook At St Michael’s

Join us on the penultimate Sunday of the month!

  • 22nd September – Gammon,
  • 20th October – Beef
  • 17th November – Pork,
  • 22nd December -Turkey 2 course

Roast Meal plus tea or coffee (with vegetarian option)

Ticket £7.95 per person

  • Available from Ruth Gillham-Whitehead or Christine Vince
  • Or book online: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or
  • by phone: 07972 310077

Numbers are limited – Bring your own drinks/wine All proceeds for the work of St Michael’s

The roasts are at 12.45 for 1pm. Meeting time anytime in the Lower narthex we will be here from after our service, everyone is welcome!