Reverend Cate Edmonds

The Rectory, Station Road, Feniton

01404 851401

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Dear Friends,

As I drive around or just walk out into the garden and look up I am often amazed at the wonderful cloud formations. This summer

Dear Friends,

Since sitting down to write my monthly letter there have been 3 terrible tragedies, the bombing at a concert in Manchester, the terrorist attack on London Bridge and

                       Reverend Cate Edmonds

The Rectory, Station Road, Feniton

01404 851401

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Dear Friends,

I heard the other day someone commenting on the fact that we are a divided country and we have never been so divided as a country since the Civil War. I have

Dear Friends,

As I sit and write this it is decidedly chilly, but I have just heard that 2016 was the hotteset on record but 2017 is not likely to be the same. At least this year has started with some seasonal weather. It is makes no wonder about seasonal things, I have seen Easter eggs in the shops for the last month! Christmas season is hardly over, well actually in the church the Christmas season continues with Epiphany, January 6th when we celebrate the arrival of the Wise Men, and continues until the end of January which is called Candlemas when we celebrate Jesus being taken to the Temple by his parents for a special blessing and thanksgiving. The

Dear Friends,

May I wish you all a Happy New Year? I certainly hope that this year is a better one than 2016, so much war and aggression, so much political turmoil and unexpected results and changes. A new phrase I heard coined,” lies are the new truth”. I have to say that I find that shocking and have to wonder where our moral compass is facing.