This month marks ten years since the most damaging Feniton floods in recent years. Memories for many remain painful. The risk of repeated trauma still exists; the floods are a present threat as well as a past reality. Progress with the alleviation schemes can be frustratingly slow. In the meantime there is much gratitude for the

Well it is definitely cooler as I write this article, and we have already enjoyed the first blackberry and apple crumble,a sure sign of Autumn.

All is safely being gathered in, and we celebrate the Harvest with our service on the 23rd September at 11am.After the service we will enjoy a bring and share

Dear All,

Well July is here and what a lovely summer we are enjouying. Life is busy at St Andrew's. We have been very grateful for the support of Anne Mills during our vacancy, we have also enjoyed some lovely services with visiting clergy. We have had two baptisms and welcomed Clementine and Helena to our family.

July 11th The date we were spending our first night as residents of these parishes. Also the date of England’s World Cup Semi-Final. We wanted to enjoy both. The timing was tight.

The removal men emptied our vicarage in Appledore by late afternoon, ahead of delivering the next day. We hurriedly tidied up the last bits, packed camp-beds and

By now we are well into the season of Lent. For Christians the main thing about Lent is that is is a journey towards Easter.

For the first followers of Jesus the journey to the first Easter was an actual journey. Jesus and his disciples walked from Galilee to Jerusalem. For a long time, though, the disciples had been on a journey of faith and inderstanding.