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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 cannot continue at the moment because of building improvements *

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


July Services
s indicates communion service included

July 4th                                   1100 Mr Christopher Savill             

July 11th                                  1800 led by Revd Michael Pullan   

                   July 18th                                   1800 led by Revd Michael Pullan s                        

                July 25th                                  1500 led by Revd Michael Pullan          


August Services
s indicates communion service included

August 1st                                   1800 led by Revd Steven Wild (District Chair)             

August 8th                                  1800 led by Revd Michael Pullan                                  

          August 15th                                   1100 led by Revd Tony Pudner                                                            

              August 22nd                                  1100 led by Mr Christopher Savill                                              

August 29th                                  1100 Songs of Praise                                                        



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July 31st., 2021