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We are like living stones, being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, 
offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 1 Peter 2:5

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Our other commitments

Although we are only a small group we are involved in quite a lot.

 

Sidmouth Nursing Home and Living Stones tea

On the third Sunday of each month we visit the Sidmouth Nursing Home to chat and sing with the residents and staff. This is followed by an open-table tea for visitors, friends and family. If you’re interested in who we are and what we’re about this is a good opportunity to come along and meet with us informally. Call Ann (01395 512666) for dates and venues.

 

Rose Lawn Care Home

Ann is Chaplain to Rose Lawn and loves her work with the residents, staff and families.

 

Gateway (homelessness action group)

Gateway is a project of the Sid Valley Mission Community and has a management committee drawn from local Christian churches.  It was co-founded by Ann in early 2015 and provides advocacy and support to people in the Sid Valley who are street homeless or vulnerably housed. Gateway works closely with the Sid Valley Food Bank, the Mustard Seed Café and Sidmouth PCSO’s to tackle poverty and homelessness in the town through targeted relief and advocacy.  Click here for more information.

 

English Language Lessons

Ann is a qualified teacher of English and gives free language lessons for students of English as a second language. Click here for more information.

 

Social activities

Roger regularly organises local cycle trips and occasionally hosts a film night as an opportunity to foster relationships with a small number of people from the local community. Ben hosts a men’s group which is open to any men who like to sit around a fire and put the world to rights.

 

Family support

In addition to her work as a business psychologist Ruth cares for her young family and also maintains close links to children’s work in the town and networks with other young families to provide mutual support. Where possible and appropriate Ann and Ruth work closely together to offer targeted support to families in need.

We believe that exercising our faith isn’t about what happens for an hour on a Sunday, but what happens for the whole of life.