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circuit day 2008
pot pourri on St. Martin's

Photographic Exhibition

During the summer of 2008 the chapel members have put together a photographic exhibition entitled "Life on an island - Then and Now". All our members were involved in delving their albums and photo boxes! The result has proved very popular and shows the differences in all aspects of island life during the photographic age. If you are coming to
the islands then please visit the chapel schoolroom.

Outside the chapel in the early 1900s









In his law the islands will put their hope

Isaiah 42:4

"This is real history, the children were fascinated - a joy to see"  A visitor comment

The exhibition will continue through 2018

the chapel decorated for harvest celebrated on the first weekend of September, click to enlarge pictures


Our Services in December                      

We will be pleased to welcome you to any of our services                   
s denotes Holy Communion during the service                                
December 2nd at 1100 led by Mr Gordon Bird                                           

December 9th at 1500 joint service at Anglican Church                 
                                                led by
Revd Michael Pullan & Canon Perran Gay

              December 16th at 1100 led by Revd Michael Pullan                                                 

December 23rd Carol Service at 1500 led by Revd Michael Pullan      

       December 30th at 1100 led by Mr Chris Savill                                                    

Our Services in January              

January 6th at 1400 led by Revd Michael Pullan                                           

  January 13th United Covenant Service at 1500 led by                            
Michael Pullan/Canon Perran Gay s

January 20th at 1100 led by Mr Len Michell                                                  

January 27th at 1500 led by Revd Michael Pullan                                          



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January 21st., 2019