St Mary The Virgin, Mudford
Home Who's Who Visitors Services What's On/News Rector's Reflections History Bells

Privacy Policy

What’s On/News



 

                             Dates for your diary:

     Details of all the Church services in the Benefice can be found on the ‘Services’ Page


Every Thursday - Village Cafe

The Village Cafe is open every Thursday morning from 10am until noon in the Village Hall (please see below for details of Mudford Village Hall).  

You can enjoy a great cup of coffee or tea and, perhaps, treat yourself to a bacon bap, toasted teacake or slice of delicious apple cake, and meet your friends.

You will also find the ‘Church Stall’ with a good range of second-hand books and other items.  All proceeds from this stall go towards the upkeep of the church.

Do come along for a happy and sociable morning!


Thursday 4th April   St. Mary’s, Mudford, Annual Parochial Church Meeting

                                   From 12noon, following the Thursday Cafe

   Get a delicious bacon butty or cheese toastie and stay to hear what your local church gets up to!

You won’t be able to vote unless you are on the electoral roll, but you will be made very welcome


 Wednesday 10th April          ‘Going Wild in the Wilderness’

     Our next Fun Day will be held from 10.00am to 3.00pm in Mudford Village Hall

 Fun, games, stories and more, for children from 7 to 13, or younger if accompanied by an adult

    For more information, please speak to Jo on 07757 865575    Booking essential!


Thursday 18th April    Easter Bonnet Competition at the Easter Cafe

   Come and enjoy the usual cafe with your friends, but with raffles and special stalls and                                               (perhaps) Easter bunnies!

                         Join in the competition for the best Easter bonnet!


 Good Friday 19th April - 7.00pm   Music and Poetry for Good Friday

                             with the Benefice Choir

                      Everyone is welcome at St. Mary’s for this time of reflection


            Please see the services page for all other Easter services in the Benefice

                    ****************************                             

                             

                                 Benefice Choir               

  The Benefice Choir goes from strength to strength under the Musical Directorship of   Ken Sherring, and their voices have been much appreciated at various Benefice   Services.

  Meetings are generally on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00am, and weekly   on Saturdays leading up to a service or concert at which the choir is due to sing.    

  No auditions are held, although it is helpful if members can read music, and

  Ken can often supply MIDI files for those who find them helpful.               

  If you would like further information please contact Jane Perrin by email, at:

                                   5churcheschoir@gmail.com

 

           Please contact Jane Perrin for details of future rehearsals


                            Mudford Village Hall

This well appointed Village Hall is available for hire for private functions or for commercial use.

Please contact:

Chairman and Bookings Secretary - Jean Jones - 01935 850770

Vice-Chairman - Philip Muscutt - 01935 850070

Secretary - Fiona Richardson - 01935 479555

Treasurer - Heather Rowlands - 01935 851690


              www.mudfordvillagehall.org.uk

              info@mudfordvillagehall.org.uk  

                          

                            Yeovil Street Pastors

Street Pastors are now out on the streets of Yeovil every Friday and Saturday night from 10pm until about 3.30am to give help and support to any young person who needs it.

Yeovil currently has 50 Street Pastors.  Each team consists of at least 4 members, each of whom will work a minimum of one night a month.

Here is what one of the team says “A shared emotion I have experienced with other Street Pastors is the buzz you get from being out in the night-time economy.  Spiced with the interaction and rapport with both the public and other professionals out at that time of night, by and large I have felt most welcomed.  The positive encouragement and admiration expressed by many underline the need for our presence in Yeovil.  Another dynamic that has astounded me is the synchronisation of our involvement on the streets with the directions brought about by our Prayer Team’s intercessions - this combination awakes the sense that we are a real and active channel for God to make changes in our town.”

For more information see www.yeovil.streetpastors.org.uk

You can support the work through an annual donation.

#