Rectory notes

Once upon a time there were three lovely parishes called Escot, Feniton and Payhembury. They nestled cosily together in the equally lovely valley of the River Otter.

Rectory notes

Just under 30 years ago I met Margaret Thatcher. Well almost – I was in the same room. Whatever you may think of her, she was a scientist, and thankfully understood at a pivotal stage that we humans may be changing our climate. She was therefore a strong advocate for new government funding of research, and

Rectory notes

Jesus’s ‘Beatitudes’ carry familiar phrases – ‘Blessed are the meek / Blessed are the poor in Spirit / etc’. A recent Facebook post offered a wonderful modern-day

Well we will soon have this cold winter behind us, already signs of life in the beautiful snowdrops and early daffodils. We have had an interesting month. We met at Payhembury for a team P.C.C. away day. The theme of the day being faith, hope and love. We realise that as a Church we need to be reflecting those three fruits in

St.Andrew’s Church Feniton News.

A Dementia friendly carol service was held at St.Andrew’s Church on Friday