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Forest Edge Group, Anglican Churches,
Gloucestershire, UK

Sunday Service Times, Monthly - Weeks 1 to 4

Huntley and Longhope have 2 services some Sundays.

St Michael & All Angels Bulley - 6pm, 9.30am, 6pm HC, 11am HC
St Andrews Churcham - 9.30am HC, 6pm, 11am HC, 10am
St Johns Huntley - 11am weekly, + 6pm on 3rd, 8am HC on 4th Sunday
All Saints Longhope - 9.30am weekly, + HC 6pm on 1st, 8am on 2nd Sunday
All Saints May Hill - 9.30am each week.

Copy of Bob's site 'http://www.darklight.net/trinity'
for the Huntley, May Hill and Longhope Trinity Festival 13-15 June 2003
Malcolm's views in the Festival gardens

Site Plan for each Centre

Bulley Church
Bulley Church
Historic pages are at my First Site for Forest Edge.
Churcham Church
Churcham Church
Historic pages are at my First Site for Forest Edge.
Huntley Church
Huntley Church
June 13 open for the Trinity Festival
Malcolm's views at Huntley,
Historic pages are at my First Site for Forest Edge.
Longhope Church
Longhope Church
Bells join in the Trinity Festival
Malcolm's views at Longhope,
Historic pages are at my First Site for Forest Edge.
Longhope
First 300 surviving gravestones
May Hill Church
May Hill Church
Orchids join our Trinity Festival flowers
Malcolm's photos of the Bell and Trinity flowers
Christianity was introduced into Gloucestershire within 12 years of its start.
To quote from Ken Beck's letter published on Page 24, Gloucestershire Family History Society Journal Number 97 - June 2003.
Aulus Plautius was the Roman General who conquered and held this district. His wife was a Christian put on trial in Rome. An officer of the court of Plautius was known as Pudens, married to Claudia the daughter of a local British chief and had a son named Linus.
The family were Christians and are thought to have gone to Rome, becoming the three friends refered to in St Paul's Second Epistle to Timothy chapter 4, verse 21,
(Timothy) "do your best to come before the winter. Eubulus sends greetings to you, as do Pudens, Linus and Claudia."



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