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Benefice Walk May 2014 - Nearly Home
Benefice Walk May 2014 - One white dog!
Four dogs, seven people, a beautiful sunny morning, with a wicked rain shower two fields from the cars parked at Brockdish Church.
It has to be admitted that two people didn’t arrive quite in time to do the whole walk, but then, we all cut it a bit short because of the threatening clouds.
June: Anne Sisterson’s coffin arrives at Rushall Church. May she rest in peace, and rise in glory.
Some of the arrangements from Pulham Market’s Flower Festival at the end of June.
The Wedding March *** Sunday School “Autumn Days” *** Bellringers “Where have all the Flowers Gone?”
The “Christmas Tree” Bowl was especially commissioned from Heather Richards to celebrate 10 Years of Norman’s ministry
It was presented to him at a special service for Petertide at the end of June
Some highlights from Thelveton’s Flower Festival in August.
“Creating Memories” by Mags *** “Buckingham Palace Garden Party” by Kathy *** “My Mother” by Jackie
The second Benefice Walk of the year was on the same day as the cycle ride. We walked from Frenze church to Thelveton, then Shimpling and Burston.
Out on the Fen at Lopham Forest Church
Building a spider’s web
Frenze at Pentecost Walk, Service and Picnic.
Confirmations of Alex and Rosie by Bishop Alan November 2012
At Pulham St Mary
“Mary in the Garden”
Quiet day at Thelveton
“The New Jerusalem”
Walk of Witness from Pulham St Mary to Pulham Market
May Benefice Walk from Dickleburgh to Rushall and back
Prayer Breakfast 2013
Dickleburgh and Rushall Harvest Supper Hat Competition
Setting up the trees
Beautiful weather, great food, and good company at the Rectory Tea Party
The Spring Prayer Breakfast at Rushall Church was a quiet and spiritual occasion. Few people but a powerful spirit.
September Cycle Ride for the Churches Conservation Trust - Dickleburgh cyclists at Dickleburgh, Thelveton, and Frenze
The Benefice in pictures 2015
Benefice Walk from Pulham Market to Pulham St Mary and back.
The Benefice in pictures 2016