Job Vacancy

Church Organist/Pianist

 United Reformed Church, Cross Street, Seaton

 We are in immediate need of a musician to play on a regular basis at our 10.30am services on Sundays.

Our pipe organ has been regularly well maintained and is much appreciated by the congregation, we also have a Bechstein and a Yamaha Clavinova.

This is a paid position (remuneration will cover travel costs). Please contact Helen Collier on 01297 21594 for details.

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Join us on Wednesday afternoons at 2.45pm

Mrs A Carney tells us about the work of ‘The Salvation Army’ on March 13th, ‘A Pensioner’s Adventure on the Amazon’ is on March 20th by Mrs J West, March 27th is ‘A Medieval Watermill Landscape’ by Mr J Kenwood and we can hear ‘News from Uganda’ on April 3rd by Miss R Giles. The spring outing on April 10th is to Tiverton and a trip on the horse drawn canal barge. Our season ends with an Easter Fayre on April 17th.

Will you be our very welcome stranger?

Wednesday morning’s ‘Drop-in’ (10am to 11.30am) is always a rewarding experience.Stranger

Somehow it feels to be an honour when a new face or our regular visitors come through the doors.

Who will it be today?

Free drinks, porridge, cake, good company and banter if that is your thing.

If you wish, please feel free to join in with others for an optional 10 minutes of worship, prayer and reflection in the church at 11am.

Life is but a Weaving

The Tapestry Poem

My life is but a weaving

Between my God and me.

I cannot choose the colours

He weaveth steadily.

 

Oft’ times He weaveth sorrow;

And I in foolish pride

Forget He sees the upper

And I the underside.

 

Not ’til the loom is silent

And the shuttles cease to fly

Will God unroll the canvas

And reveal the reason why.

 

The dark threads are as needful

In the weaver’s skillful hand

As the threads of gold and silver

In the pattern He has planned.

 

He knows, He loves, He cares;

Nothing this truth can dim.

He gives the very best to those

Who leave the choice to Him.

This poem is quoted by Corrie Ten Boom, but the authorship is unknown.