April 2021 Camels Magazine
This Tuesday, 23rd March, has been declared a National Day of Reflection. Since the first lockdown began in 2020, hundreds of thousands of people have died. Too many lives have been cut short and millions have been bereaved. Behind the statistics and whatever the cause, every death has been devastating for the people left behind. […]
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A time for anyone from within the Benefice to pause, reflect and listen to a short passage of scripture and how it is still relevant to today’s world. Bible passages will be used each week to lead us into a time of prayer. Led by Julie Ebsworth, appropriate texts will be studied each week to help us […]
Camel Club meets every Thursday during term time at 4.15 pm in the Memorial Hall, Queen Camel. All children of primary school age are welcome.
Bumps, Tots & Toddlers meets every Wednesday from 10 am – 12 noon in church during term time. All parents/carers with babies and toddlers are most welcome. Whilst their children learn to play and socialise, parents can chat together, share experiences and generally enjoy talking to others who are at the same stage in life. […]
This was a very different celebration to previous years but nevertheless a joyful and meaningful service, combined with bread-only Communion. With social distancing in place throughout the church, the wearing of face masks and no singing, it was a time for reflection and thanksgiving. Gifts from local gardens were brought to the altar and a […]