Please donate to CONTACT this month, if you can!

Urgent masonry repairs are required on the Farmers' Aisle in St Gregory's Church in Weare. Water is coming in due to displaced external masonry and  broken roof tiles.  Details from Alan Parfitt.

Sunday 4th               

Crook Peak Café Cross Hall 9am

Breakfast and discussion

Monday 5th             

Loxton Lunch Club Loxton Village Hall 12.30

March 9th   

Watoto Childrens Choir. Bagley Baptists

See below

March 13th

In Harmony Concert. 11.30 Loxton Church. Soup lunch. All very welcome

Sunday 18th 

Messy Church Cross Hall 4pm

Monday 19th

Women's Fellowship. Cross Hall 7.30pm. Christian Aid

Wednesday 28th

Cross Coffee Pot 10.30am Cross Hall

Bring and Buy Cake stall in aid of the Children's Society 

Maunday Thursday 29th

Passover Supper

Good Friday


Contemplation Christon Church 2pm

Optional walk up Flagstaff Hill

April 1st


For your diary


April 6th It's Not all Tea nd Cake

As Trish and Jeremy Gibson give an entertaining and well illustrated talk on the trials and tribulations of creating a garden of note. Join them for cheese and wine in the Churchroom in Weare. Tickets £10 from Sarah 732578.

Proceeds to the Renovation of the Churchroom in Weare

May 5th

Table Top Sale Biddisham Hall 10.30

Help on the Bournville

Please continue to give dry goods for emergency relief.

CONTACT Donations

Peggy Farley please.


Parish Diary Sarah Pettifer holds a Parish Diary of events Tel 732578 or email  bedandbreakfast@homefieldcottage.co.uk

Car Share Scheme  Do you know anyone who needs a lift for medical purposes? Ring 07572 336605.

Do you have images suitable for a presentation during Holy Communion? Speak to Ruth Orriss or Jane Murray.


Watoto Childrens Choir

Crook Peak is hosting the Watoto choir for this concert. The Watoto children’s choir has travelled extensively since 1994 sharing a message of hope for African’s orphans and widows

The concert is a fundraising event for Watoto. The choir members are orphans and other vunerable children, many of them have suffered the loss of one or both parents and now live in Watoto village. Accompanied by a team of adults the choir presents Watoto’s vision and mission by sharing personal stories, music and dance. When on the road the children act as advocates for the millions of other African children who have experienced the same heartbreaking pain and suffering as them.

Through the power of their testimonies the children will share stories of how their lives have been changed and how they have been called into a life to transform their communities. Each story will declare the miracle of transformation – from darkness to light, from despair to hope, from loss to purpose and fear to faith.

A few of us have already seen the choir and not only is the performance highly entertaining it is inspirational with enthusiasm  and joy radiating from them all. It so inspired us we booked them immediately and know the evening will never be forgotten for all who come. Make sure you get your tickets and come along and enjoy an amazing evening!