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Open the doors, church/open-air services begin again!

Please note: 'Church Online' weekly (video) services and Morning & Evening Prayer (zoom) services will continue (contact Amy for the zoom links: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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'Church Online'

Click here to visit Church Online, an online space to keep us connected during this time, sharing worship liturgy resources, videos, prayers, and a blog.


'Let's Pray' - join us in Eymet Temple on Thursday afternoons

As places of worship re-open, join us for a time of prayer (sorry, no coffee!) at the Temple in Eymet every Thursday from 14:00 – 15:00. Anyone is welcome for 5 minutes, 30 minutes, or the whole hour.

Also, Fresh Expression worship services have now resumed -  every Sunday at the Temple in Eymet at 10:30am. All are welcome to join us!

For more details, please contact Julia and Allan Petchey on: (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Please tell your friends in the Eymet area about this project. We pray for the Lord's work in this place.


2020 ChaplaincyAGM

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Chaplaincy Assemblée Générale in person: Saturday 10th October 2020, 10:30am, in Monteton (Lot-et-Garonne)

Watch this space for more details to come.

This year’s Chaplaincy annual meetings had to be postponed due to the coronavirus restrictions. The Church of England regulations have now been amended to allow us to hold our AGM in the Autumn but French Association law means that we need to hold our Assemblée Générale for the Chaplaincy earlier in the year.

We held a Chaplaincy of Aquitaine Assemblée Générale by Zoom on 11th July 2020, and hope to hold another 'in person' on Saturday 10th October, in Monteton, Lot-et-Garonne. All Chaplaincy members are invited to attend. Please contact Maggie Lee for details as the date approaches; you would be most welcome.


2020 Environment Study: "Saying yes to life"

say yes to  lifeWe continue to recommend the book "Saying yes to life" by Dr Ruth Valerio, (which was the Archbishop of Canterbury's 2020 Lent choice), which draws on the creation story in Genesis Chapter 1 in relating themes of light, water, land, the seasons, other creatures, humankind, Sabbath rest and resurrection hope to matters of environmental, ethical and social concern.  Voices from across the world are heard throughout and each chapter ends with discussion questions, a prayer and specially commissioned art to aid action and contemplation. 

In tandem with this book is the Church of England "Live Lent: Care for God's Creation", with weekly themes and prayers shaped around the Genesis creation themes and explores the urgent need for humans to value and protect the abundance God has created. (Church House Publishing website)

Click here to join the Chaplaincy Environment Group on Facebook, so that we can feed back our thoughts and reflections and ideas for action.