WELCOME to our group of four churches on the eastern side of Dartmoor
Photo: Mike Rego
As we draw closer to the end of the Trinity season, this month of October – beautiful with glowing colours and falling leaves – is a time for drawing our breath before we enter the season of remembrance – of our loved ones who are with us no more, along with those (perhaps for some of us the same people) who gave their lives in armed conflict. Sadly, we still await what the hymn refers to as ‘the promised time that war shall be no more, and lust, oppression, crime, shall flee thy face before’. But the forthcoming – and now almost overlooked – season of Advent encourages us to hold on in hope of a better world being prepared for us and all creation.
All this is specially relevant at a time when a major gathering to consider the future of the environment is taking place in Glasgow next month: COP26. Our prayerful concern is much needed that this will not simply generate quantities of hot air, but will make a real change to attitudes and actions in the way much of the (mainly western) world has been treating the great gift of God in giving us a planet fit to live in.
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Let our churches inspire you!
The four parish churches and one chapel that comprise this benefice are all cultural icons of the communities they serve and are of considerable heritage importance.
Much more than that, however, except during the present emergency, they are also living centres of Christian worship, offering peace and solace to all who enter them, and the Good News of Jesus Christ – as relevant as ever to the needs of a turbulent world.
So please come and explore our website and find out more.
If you’d like some information about our Christian faith, please click here.
Many of the beautiful photographs taken for our website are the work of Mike Rego whose work may also be viewed on his website at http://www.mikerego.photography
St Andrew’s is a Fairtrade church