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    Rector's Letter - October 2016
    They say that life comes in two parts. The first is when we are all busy "doing" things, being educated, having careers or families and so on. The second part, on retirement, life changes to one of "Being", of reflecting on such things as "Who am I?" and "Where does my life fit into the great scheme of things?" It all sounds a bit far-fetched to me, but I am about to find out...

    Rector's Letter - September 2016
    "There's no place like home!" - so the old song goes. We all need a place where we feel that we belong. Pat and myself have very happily made our home in these villages these last 10 years and it has gone all too quickly...

    Rector's Letter - August 2016
    I am often asked "How much do you charge for a christening?" The answer is a surprise. Nothing! It is completely free. It has to be as it is God's gift of love. I feel that the church has failed...

    Rector's Letter - July 2016
    It's Carnival Time again! This biennial event is not to be missed! The whole community joins in the fun and it is all raising money for good causes! We might be surprised at the origin of carnivals. Carne vale means "goodbye to meat"...

    Rector's Letter - June 2016
    In the "olden days", before the advent of Xboxes and iPads, one the ultimate toys for boys was a model railway set. If you had the room, money and passion you could make for yourself a little world of your own, where you were in complete control...

    Rector's Letter - May 2016
    Peter's Marland School was a Special Boarding School for teenage boys with difficulties. It was right next door to one of "my" Devon churches, and the boys would attend church regularly...

    Rector's Letter - April 2016
    Marketing is big business these days, but it is not always easy to get it right. General Motors introduced the Nova model to South American and wondered why sales were so poor, until they were told that "No va" meant "it won't go"...

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