August  20th              Madron           Trinity 10

Let your merciful ears, O Lord, be open to the prayers of your humble servants; and that they may obtain their petitions make them to ask such things as shall please you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings   Isaiah 56.1,6-8   Matthew 15.21-28

HYMNS    282   340   295   287

Welcome to our service today, and especially to Lottie and her parents, Jonathan and Ashleigh, godparents, family and friends.

Evening Prayer is at 6pm at Madron tonight

Prayer meeting at St Thomas from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday

We pray for Jason and Zoe, married here yesterday, for the people of Sierra Leone, for peace in India and Pakistan, for Christian prisoners in Eritrea (170 newly arrested since May), for Christina (Gulval) recovering from surgery, for Peggy, for those who had their exam results this week.

Meeting for PCC members who are available to come to the cremation plot area of the churchyard at 10.30am next Friday morning – to discuss the state of the area and how to police it.

Ken Berryman’s funeral is to take place here at 11am on Tuesday week (Aug 29th). Pray for nephew, David Harris, with whom Ken shared a home, and for the rest of the family.

Note that our Harvest Festival will be on September 17th and our Harvest Supper on Thursday Sept 21st at Landithy Hall. They will be in our new September magazine next week.

Choir rehearsals for Harvest resume on Wed 30th here at 6pm. We would be delighted to have new faces any time. Sight reading not required.

It will be a Healing Service on September 3rd

August 20th              Heamoor           Trinity 10

Let your merciful ears, O Lord, be open to the prayers of your humble servants; and that they may obtain their petitions make them to ask such things as shall please you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings    Isaiah 56.1,6-8   Matthew 15.21-28

HYMNS    9.30am  377   190    10am  282  sheet sheet  287

Welcome to our two-service special today, and particularly to Helen Crofts, our preacher. Two Helens at once today. Also we welcome Peter back from holiday.

Prayer meeting here from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday. All welcome

Holy Communion (said) on Thursday as usual at 10am.

We pray for Jason and Zoe, married yesterday, for the people of Sierra Leone, for peace in India and Pakistan, for Christian prisoners in Eritrea (170 newly arrested since May), for Christina (Gulval) recovering from surgery, for Peggy

Coffee morning Thanks to those who supported this event yesterday. Our next one will be at the end of next month

September services will be as follows – note changes due to harvest

3rd – Healing Service

10th – Harvest Festival

10th 6.0pm  Utd Evening Prayer here

17th – ordinary communion service

24th – communion service

Full details in the September magazine, out next week.

HELP wanted, please, in setting up for communion services and occasionally changing the altar and other frontals (Peggy’s jobs) Anyone is also welcome to tidy around the garden,. See Sarah or Liz for church cleaning, brass or flowers. Thanks to existing helpers

August  20th            Gulval               Trinity 10

Let your merciful ears, O Lord, be open to the prayers of your humble servants; and that they may obtain their petitions make them to ask such things as shall please you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings   Isaiah 56.1,6-8   Matthew 15.10-11, 21-28

HYMNS    Mission Praise  16   31   59   51     HC  683

Welcome to our service today, especially if you are visiting or on holiday

Holy Communion (said) on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

We pray for Carl and Zoe, to be married here next Sunday afternoon, for the people of Sierra Leone, for peace in India and Pakistan, for Christian prisoners in Eritrea (170 newly arrested since May), for Christina recovering from surgery, for Peggy, for those who had their exam results this week.

Cream teas, Thanks to those who supported this event yesterday

The toilet floor is now in place. The pub quiz raised nearly £220 for us last week.

Our September magazine comes out next week. Note that we are joining the Methodists for their Harvest service on September 17th at 11am and they will be joining us on the 24th. There will be an Evening Prayer for Harvest at 6pm that say, as well as the usual one on the first Sunday of the month.

Thanks to those who do wedding and general clearing up in the churchyard. Feel free to join in any time. Keeping drains and paths clear is the top priority. Ivy clearance from walls and the base of trees and shrubs would also be welcome.

August  13th              Madron           Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings   Romans 10.5-15      Matthew 14.22-33

HYMNS    372 146  324  328   HC 367

Welcome to our Communion service today, especially if you are visiting or on holiday.

Evening Prayer is at 6pm at Madron tonight

Prayer meeting here from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday

We pray for Christians persecuted for their faith (75% of the world’s Christians), for the 193 arrested in Iran last year, for friends and families of over 100 killed in an Isis attack on a city in Southern Philippines, for Dr Ken Elliott and three missionaries taken hostage by Al Qaeda militants in Burkina Faso.

Next week we will be baptising Lottie Niamh, Ashely Hipson’s granddaughter. Do pray for parents, Jonathan and Ashleigh, godparents and other guests. Pray also for Romy and Paul whose son Carter was dedicated here yesterday afternoon.

Cream teas at Roy Matthews’ place (Bosoljack, Bone Valley) from 2.30pm – 4.30pm on Saturday (19th)

Coffee morning at St Thomas, Heamoor on Aug 19th from 10.30am

Churchyard work party Thank you to those who came. It seems so hard to know when the weather is going to play ball.

Note that our Harvest Festival will be on September 17th and our Harvest Supper on Thursday Sept 21st at Landithy Hall.

August 13th              Heamoor           Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings    1 Kings 19.9-18  Romans 10.5-15  Matthew 14.22-33

HYMNS    –  372  146   324   328   HC  367

Welcome to our communion service today. We have heard from Peggy. She will be back towards the end of next month and is appreciating a chance to recuperate.

Prayer meeting at Madron from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday. All welcome

Holy Communion (said) on Thursday as usual at 10am.

We pray for Christians persecuted for their faith (75% of the world’s Christians), for the 193 arrested in Iran last year, for friends and families of over 100 killed in an Isis attack on a city in Southern Philippines, for Dr Ken Elliott and three missionaries taken hostage by Al Qaeda militants in Burkina Faso.

St Ives Christian Male Voice Choir Thabks to those who supported this event.

Coffee morning here THIS Saturday 19th from 10.30am. All welcome

Cream teas at Roy Matthews’ place (Bosoljack, Bone Valley) from 2.30pm – 4.30pm on Saturday coming

Thank you to the phantom gardener for clearing the surrounds of the church so beautifully.

The window nearest the font has got much worse in recent months and probably needs to be our next priority for renewing. The last ones cost around £700.

August  13th            Gulval               Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings   Matthew 14. 22-33

HYMNS    A&M    255  sheet 102  193   257  235  435   sheet

Welcome to our Songs of Praise service (at 11am service). All eight hymns have been chosen by congregation members. Thanks to Ann for playing the organ for us; George is playing one on guitar.

Tea and cake has raised over £500 in four weeks but is ceasing fro now with Christina being operated on last week. We pray for her recovery.

Holy Communion (said) on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

We pray for Christians persecuted for their faith (75% of the world’s Christians), for the 193 arrested in Iran last year, for friends and families of over 100 killed in an Isis attack on a city in Southern Philippines, for Dr Ken Elliott and three missionaries taken hostage by Al Qaeda militants in Burkina Faso.

Cream teas at Roy’s place (Bosoljack, Bone Valley) from 2.30pm – 4.30pm this coming Saturday. All welcome

The foundations for the toilet are laid and the floor will be in place next week. Sadly our tree surgery application (affecting the site as well as elsewhere in the churchyard) is being delayed by a site visit from the DAC (the Church’s planning arm) on Sept 12th.The application follows a tree inspection following the sudden falling of one tree across the road

We are grateful to the pub for giving us half the proceeds from a quiz on Saturday night to the toilet fund. They plan to have other charity quiz nights maybe once a month