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community news
new page Proposed St Mary's Partnership has been added under the Vision menu • forward dates for Tuesday House Groups and for Crosspark Book Club • the extended edition of the April parish newsletter is now online


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Sunday 30th April at 10.30am
at St Mary's Church, Dartington: TEAM SERVICE • note that apart from the 8am Eucharist at St Mary's Church, Totnes, there are no other services that day in the Team

NEW: Sunday 14th May
9.30am at St John’s Church, Bridgetown
11.15am at St Mary’s Church, Totnes
WATER AID CHARITY SUNDAY
Guest Speaker: Professor Hilary Neve, explaining the work of the charity and how our donations are spent.
plate collections will go to Water Aid - please remember to bring cash or cheque



Saturday 29th April at 7.30pm
at St Mary’s Church, Totnes:
Totnes Early Music Society
presents CONCENTUS VII - Et in Arcadia Ego
Exquisite secular solo cantatas and oboe sonatas from Alessandro Scarlatti, Lotti, Vivaldi and Handel • full programme and performer details are here

Tuesday May 16th from 2.30pm to 4pm
at St John's Church, Bridgetown:
THE SYON BREVIARY
The Daily Office of Our Lady

Afternoon Workshop with Lauds and Vespers - hear about and learn how to use the centuries-old daily office of the Bridgettine Sisters. This is a unique opportunity to discover the The Syon Breviary ~ the prayers used by the Bridgettine Sisters of Syon Abbey at Marley in Rattery for their daily Office and now published in English for the first time. • more

Saturday 20th May at 11am
at St Mary’s Church, Totnes: Friends of St Mary's Concert celebrating the life of HELGA WATTS - with children from Totnes Harp School; David accompanying Peruvian singer Claudia; Elie Fruchter on his Jewish ancient clarinet; and (hopefully) flamenco guitarist, Adam • more

Saturday 20th May from 3.30pm to 5.30pm
at St John’s Church, Bridgetown: MESSY CHURCH - theme: The King who would not listen (Jeremiah 38)