June  Services

June 4th   Pentecost/Whit Sunday

8.00am HC  Madron

9.30am FC Prayer Service  Heamoor

11.00am FC Prayer Service  Madron

11.00am FC Gulval

4.00pm EP Gulval

6.00pm EP Madron

 

June 11th    Trinity

8.00am  HC Gulval

9.30am HC Heamoor

11.00am FS Prayer service Gulval

11.00am HC Madron  Ringers service

6.00pm  EP Madron

 

June 18th    Trinity 1

8.00am HC Madron

9.30am HC Heamoor

10.00am FS Heamoor

11.00am HC  Gulval

11.00am  HC Madron

6.00pm  EP  Madron

 

June 25th    Trinity 2   

8.00am HC Gulval

9.30am HC Heamoor

11.00am Mattins  Gulval

11.00am  HC Madron

2.30pm Service at Madron well

6.00pm  EP  Madron

 

Anglican /Methodist Prayer meetings

The next meeting to pray for our six area churches, Anglican and Methodist, will be at St Thomas Church, Heamoor, from 9.30am to 10am on Saturday 3rd June

 

Special events in June

Sat 3rd 2-4pm Tea and cake (and music) at St Thomas

Wed 14th 2-4pm Cream teas at 2 Treneere Lane (Caroline Somers’ house) – for church funds

Friday 16th 6.30pm Gulval churchyard evening – food, stalls, music

Sat 24th 10.15am Coffee Morning at St Thomas

Sunday 25th 7.30pm Penzance Operetta in concert at Gulval

 

Prayer Meetings continue

Tuesday June 6th –  7 – 7.30pm  Madron

Meet at church for a short prayer walk

Tuesday June 13th – 7 – 7.30pm   St Thomas

Tuesday June 20th –  7 – 7.30pm  Madron

Tuesday June 27th – 7 – 7.30pm St Thomas

 

Midweek Holy Communion

Wednesdays 10.30am Gulval

Wednesday 10.30am Madron Chapel

(1st Wed of month)

Thursdays 10.0am St Thomas

 

Funerals

Edith Lilian ‘Toni’ WATTS  86    Tues 2nd May  St Thomas

 Toni was born in Woodford Green in London. She did well at school and got a job in accountancy. She moved down here in the 80s, running a Guest House in St Ives and doing office work. She lived in her later years in Richmond Street, Heamoor,. Her great loves were her horse Silver and her dogs. She was a kind and caring person with a modern outlook for her years

Richard Kenneth STAUNTON 86     Friday 5th May   Gulval

Richard (or Dick) was born in Chatham naval hospital, living in Gillingham. His father was in the Navy and it was unsurprising when Richard went the same way. He met Dieta in her native Germany and they came to live on the Lincolnshire Coast after their marriage in 1964. From there they moved to St Just, moving to Gulval, were they have lived now for some years. Richard worked at St Just and Lands End radio stations and it was good to welcome ex colleagues from there as well as many villagers to his well-attended funeral service. Richard’s sister, Mavis, a singer, sang the first verse of ‘The day thou gavest’. Son Sean gave the eulogy. All agreed that Richard was a perfect gentleman. He bore increasing illness with dignity and courage.