Come + See Events

COME + SEE is back for its third year.

VICAR!  Canon Gerald Osborne and Revd Dr. Colin Heber-Percy will be on hand for you to pose any questions. Come and join the discussion.  2nd March 

7pm, The Swan, 


Film Night  Of Gods and Men  5th March, 

7pm Methodist 

Church Pewsey 

Painting and Prayer  Create your own art inspired by Psalm 23 

Bring your own equipment 

7th March, 


St John’s, Pewsey 

Is there any hope in the Climate Crisis?  Where are we in the Climate emergency? What can we do? Is there any hope? With 

Andy Atkins, CEO of A Rocha UK, 

Tuesday 10th March, 7.30pm Bouverie Hall Pewsey 
St Mark Live!  Gerald Osborne and Colin Heber-Percy return with their much acclaimed performance from memory of the gospel of St Mark  Thursday 12th March, 7.30pm Memorial Hall, Marlborough College 
Creative Writing Workshop  Deborah Harvey, poet and tutor, on the theme of ‘Creation’ Numbers strictly limited with a suggested contribution of £10 per head. Contact Brenda – (01672 562221) or  Saturday 14th March, 10am-12.30pm. Methodist Church, Pewsey 
Men’s curry lunch  Bishop of Ramsbury, speaking on ‘God-fantasy or reality’ contact Brenda – (01672 562221) or  Thursday 19th March, 12.30pm Pewsey Rugby Club 
Film Night  The Way  Thursday 19th March, 7pm Methodist Church Pewsey 
What really matters?  Andrew Wingfield-Digby, founder of Christians in Sport and previously chaplain to the English cricket team and the Olympics, on what really matters in life  Thursday 26th March, 7.30pm 

Village Hall, Burbage 

Film Night  The Gospel according to St Matthew  Thursday 2nd April, 7pm Methodist Church Pewsey 
Foraging in the wild  Miles Irving, author and forager extraordinaire. On the Friday evening there will be a talk and the on Saturday morning he will take us foraging and cook what we find. Booking essential – suggested donation £10 

Contact Brenda – (01672 562221) or 

Friday 3rd April time 7.30pm Milton Lilbourne Village Hall 

Saturday 4th April, time and venue tba 

For more information, take a look at the Come and See website –