It seems a long time ago now but although numbers were down on previous years, Harvest Supper was a very good evening. The meal followed the usual pattern of soup, cold meats, salad and jacket potatoes (for which we are very grateful to Sue Hansford and Pitt Farm) and an array of delicious
Following the successful resurrection of the bellringing team at Feniton for the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1 we would like to continue ringing. Not just continue, but continue to improve our ringing.
If anyone would like to learn to ring the church bells, now would be a
The Remembrance Service on the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1 was very well attended with almost 200 people in the congregation (and a horse). We welcomed the local groups of Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. Wreaths were laid by many different organisations including Brownies, Guides, Feniton Woodcarvers
We currently have 2 ladies home groups which meet on a Monday evening and a Friday morning respectively. Both groups are very informal and provide an opportunity for open discussion, bible study, worship and prayer (as well as tea and cake!!) We often choose a small group course to follow for a series of weeks which allows us to focus on a particular theme or topic. These groups have been established for a few years and consequently the relationships and friendships have evolved and strengthened which has been a much valued benefit of the group. It is always a pleasure however, to welcome more people to the group and we hope they enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere as much as we do!!