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Current News and Notices

People have been asking about our financial offerings to the work of the Church… well, like all families, we need to have an idea of our income to be able to plan for the future, and pay our immediate bills.


In terms of financial support for our Church, some people give by planned giving (bank to bank transfer), and that continues as normal..


People that give through the envelope scheme where some of you may have a number of envelopes on the mantlepiece, we invite you to drop those off either to Croyde Post Office, or to the Rectory.


But if you don’t normally give via either of those methods, but would like to give to the ongoing work of the Church, then you could pop to the Rectory, where our Rector, Mike, has a contactless card reader.

Just tell Mike the amount you’d like to give, and waive a card to give to the Church. Very simple and safe!


We would suggest you call Mike (890616) in advance, just to make sure he is at home!!


As we are continually reminded, the Church is still working, but just differently, so many many thanks for all the continuing financial support for the Church at this time.


On Pentecost Sunday 31st May please have with you a candle and the ability to light it at the appropriate point in the service at 11 am.


In the current pandemic crisis a Day of Prayer throughout our Mission Communityis planned for Wednesday 3rd June. Further details will be added here shortly.


Listen to the video from the Bishop of Exeter at https://youtu.be/vlLiLhf6RIo  .  It is most encouraging and informative with an appreciation of what churches in the Diocese are doing and comment on our finances.


The next group coffee morning will be on Friday 22nd May at 11 am using the “Zoom conference video software”.

For this week entry details contact Rev’d Mike Newbon or refer to the email sent to you.


To take part in this get together on-line brew yourself your favourite coffee and join in the chat.  If this is your first time in joining the group email Mike  Newbon at rev.mikenewbon@gmail.com  and he will get you connected or better still be ready by downloading the application beforehand via your internet browser and look for zoom.



The Rev’d Steve Painting, a member of our Mission Community, is preparing a series of talks under the title “Reconnections”. Those reflections are presented in a written paper and backed up by one or more audio files as an alternative script. They can be accessed from the home page by clicking on the icon in the bottom right hand corner of that page.