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David Flood - Organ Recital

Posted by Ruth Peet on Tuesday, October 1, 2019, In : Music 


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Psalms for Every Moment

Posted by Ruth Peet on Saturday, September 21, 2019, In : Learning and Growing 

Another of Peter Smith's wonderful study mornings. No need to book - just turn up. Download the flyer.
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Fundays!

Posted by Ruth Peet on Friday, August 30, 2019, In : Children and Families 
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Pledge to Use Less Plastic - Our Harvest Project

Posted by Ruth Peet on Thursday, August 29, 2019, In : From the Vicar 
Ruth's article from the September edition of the Parish Magazine

As we leave the scorching summer heat behind and move towards the ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’ our thoughts begin to turn towards Autumn gatherings and festivals - prime among those ... Harvest. Although the C of E doesn’t call it just ‘Harvest’ anymore, Harvest is now encompassed in the more expansive ‘Creationtide’. Whatever it’s called, last Autumn I was serving in a suburban church which rai...

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Celebrating

Posted by on Thursday, June 27, 2019, In : From the Vicar 
Ruth's article from the July/August edition of the Parish Magazine

Thy Kingdom Come (which you will recall from my article last month, is now a global Church prayer initiative that runs during the period between Ascension Day and Pentecost) has been a revelation for St. Peter and St. Paul’s. We have had a wonderful time. The church was open every day and we enjoyed some fascinating encounters with people from all walks of life. A couple of entries in the visitors’ book speak volumes ...

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Finding peace in a busy life

Posted by on Thursday, June 13, 2019, In : From the Vicar 
Ruth's article from the June edition of the parish magazine.

As I write this (mid-May) we are enjoying some wonderful weather. I have just returned from three-days’ training, near Northiam, where I have been reminded once again of the crucial importance of stopping every so often to smell the roses … or stand awe-struck at the beauty of the Kent countryside, or to simply close my eyes and turn my face toward the warmth of the sun. The challenge now, of course, is to retain such times of ba...

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Introducing the Revd Ruth Peet

Posted by on Monday, February 11, 2019, In : From the Vicar 

I was born in Beverley, East Yorkshire. My late father was Organist & Choirmaster at St. Augustine's Hull, and one of my earliest memories is of the thrill of that building seeming to shake while Dad thundered out Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. So began a life never very far from the Church and its music.


A few years later the family moved to Kent, and wherever Dad went music-wise I followed, singing in various choirs. Eventually we ended up at St. Martin's, Eynsford, with my daughter, C...

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