Webteam: September 2019
Weymouth Bay celebrated Harvest yesterday with an excellent service led by Rev Gwyneth Owen. Superspud was the hero of the hour, and Alice created our Superspud during the sermon. The Methodist charity, All we Can, has been sending out seed potatoes and expertise to help families in Ethiopia adapt to the changing climate, so they can provide food for their immediate use and have a crop to sell to enable them to afford to send their children to school. The congregation was challenged to donate enough funds to help three families, at £18 per family. They rose to the occasion, spurred on by Gwyneth's started donation, to give £253.10, enough for 14 families to benefit from the scheme!
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