DATA PRIVACY NOTICE The Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) of S. Mary the Virgin, Bickleigh and S. Edward, King & Martyr, Shaugh Prior 1. Your personal data – what is it? Personal data relates to a living individual who can be identified from that data. Identification can be by the information alone or in conjunction with any other information in the data controller’s possession or likely to come into such possession. The processing of personal data is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”). 2. Who are we? The PCC of the parishes of S. Mary the Virgin, Bickleigh and S. Edward, King & Martyr, Shaugh Prior is the data controller (contact details below). This means it decides how your personal data is processed and for what purposes. 3. How do we process your personal data? Our PCCs complies with its obligations under the “GDPR” by keeping personal data up to date; by storing and destroying it securely; by not collecting or retaining excessive amounts of data; by protecting personal data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access and disclosure and by ensuring that appropriate technical measures are in place to protect personal data. We use your personal data for the following purposes: – To enable us to provide a voluntary service for the benefit of the public living in, or worshipping at our Churches within the Parishes of Bickleigh & Shaugh Prior; To administer membership records; To fundraise and promote the interests of the charity; To manage our employees and volunteers; To maintain our own […]
A copy of our Pilgrimage Guide for this weekend or as a pdf: pilgrimage guide 2017 single page You really should come along…
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I have been working on a standalone app for your Android device which easily handles access to the website, the diary and (if you have the appropriate permissions) the Parish Database. It’s free, and I hope you like it. I’m sorry there isn’t a version for Apple, but they require a stupid amount of money to develop for them, and a Mac. Which I haven’t. Buy an Android device. You can download it from here
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We are holding a quiet day on Saturday 8th April (the day before Palm Sunday) from 10am to 4pm at the Violet Evelyn Hall Buckfast Abbey TQ11 0EE This quiet day is open to all and costs just £5. There is a separate dining area for us, so bring your own lunch. As numbers become clear, we can arrange car-shares etc. The day will include a couple of talks/reflections, opportunities for quiet prayer in and around the beautiful grounds, a series of creative rituals for Holy Week, culminating in a creative Eucharist All are welcome – from all parishes, traditions and backgrounds To express your interest/book a place Payment can be made via Paypal from here if you wish (a small booking fee applies to cover the costs) Payment can be made via Paypal from here if you wish (a small booking fee applies to cover the costs)
There is also a Requiem at 9.30am in the morning at S. Mary the Virgin Bickleigh for those who do not wish to come out at night. Names to be added to the list to Fr. Simon email@example.com please.
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A safe space for blokes to get together over a pint, a (cheap) curry and talk about life, the universe and everything. Beer, Bible & Balti meet during term times at the Lopes Arms, Roborough, Plymouth PL6 9BD from 7pm We chat about everything from politics, football and who’s going to front Top Gear through to discussions about evil, the challenge of living well and living faithfully, sex, drugs and rock’n’roll. It’s easygoing and non-threatening and many people just like to hang out with a pint and listen. You’re not going to have a single perspective shoved down your throat and especially not Jesus because all viewpoints are valued and respected. We don’t think there are enough spaces where we can speak uninhibitedly about things that matter, as well as a lot of tosh. You are welcome to join us. For more info please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow on Twitter: @BBBalti or simply turn up. [ready_google_map id=’5′]
Meditation: Easter 7 What you do matters. It may not feel much like it, as you drag yourself from Sunday to Sunday, out to this place to sing hymns, hear Scripture and then return to the fields and plains, the town and city of your life, your family, your work. And yet it matters. Why? Because it’s true. Because of your worship, prayer and witness to the love of Jesus makes a difference in this world, empowered by prayer, emboldened by faith. It is prayer that we should think of today: our prayer, frail as it may be, and the prayer of Jesus, praying for us. Our Gospel today offers a powerful opportunity to see prayer in unity. We are, in our Gospel, brought back on the night of Maundy Thursday, when Jesus gathers his disciples around him for a final meal. He washes their feet, setting an example for them. He shares the first Eucharist with them and then gives them a commandment to love another. And then he tries to prepare them for his departure. In some ways, it’s an impossible task. The disciples can’t comprehend what is happening; perhaps they can’t even hear him through their confusion and fear. And so when he has said all that they can bear, he promises them that the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, will come to them, remind them of what he’s said, and lead them into all truth. And then he does one more thing. He prays for them. The prayer is complex enough, even […]
Part of our Holy Week this year
We had such fun on Shrove Tuesday… ate a shedload of pancakes with loads of lovely toppings (all kindly donated by people) and played a variation on the much loved “Beetle” – we drew a church and shouted “Halleluia!” when complete. It’s a great, simple, intergenerational game which as you can see can engage children and adults of all ages. Much fun, and I hope we can make it bigger next year.
The children of our Sunday School (very young as they are) did a marvellous job telling us the Nativity Story.