November 26th        Madron     Christ the King

 

Eternal Father, whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven that he might rule over all things as Lord and King: keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit and in the bond of peace, and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings  Ephesians 1.15-23     Matthew 25.31-46

HYMNS    263   127  385  126     HC   196

 

   

Evening Prayer will be here tonight but at chapel next week

Prayer meeting at Heamoor from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday

PCC met on Wednesday (1) We still have £7k to go on this year’s MMF. If necessary, we will borrow from our Fabric Fund to pay it off. (2) The inner south door will be replaced with a toughened glass door so people can see in and out in warmer weather i.e. with the main door open. Price – £740 (3) On Christmas Eve in the morning, there will be just one united service at St T’s across our team (4) Our supplementary hymn book now has an agreed cover and will go to the printers’ shortly. (5) More lighting is coming

Next Sunday is our Utd. Feast Service. Bring your friends and neighbours. Refreshments afterwards. See back of sheet.

Advent Songs of Praise Service. (Dec 17th) Please let us have your requests – eight hymns in all

We pray for Maria and family, Chris and Gill Burlton, Mike and Liz (Caroline and Randal’s sister – cancer), for homeless charities at Christmas, for shop workers and emergency services

Feast this year (posters out today) will feature a concert by our choir on the Wednesday evening (6th) at 7.30pm. The first half will be solos and duets, mainly; the second half will be Mrs Beeton. Refreshments

Sheilagh would like to hear from everyone who has an outside door key and would welcome phone numbers of people she hasn’t already got

Our Christmas carol service collections will go to Blood Bikes this year (also from our Christmas cards to each other here)

Dec/Jan magazines are available at the back. Full details of events

and services. The next choir concert is on the 17th Dec at 7.30pm

Feast week

Sunday 3rd December

10.50am procession from Fore St to church (singing Feasting song)

11.0am Utd Feast Service at Parish Church

6.0pm Utd Feast Evening Service at chapel

 

Monday 4th December

11.0am Meet of the Western Hunt

11.0am – 1.30pm  Grand Feast Fayre in Landithy Hall (table tops available from Connie – £7.50)

7.30pm Feast Whist in Billiard Room

 

Tuesday 5th December

4.00pm (-6.00pm) Childrens Party

 

Wednesday 6th December

10.15am Charity Coffee Morning (chapel)

 

7.30pm Choir concert (variety) in church

 

Thursday 7th December

7.0pm Feast Bingo in Landithy Hall

 

Friday 8th December

7.30pm Quiz in the pub

November 26th        Heamoor       Christ the King

Eternal Father, whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven that he might rule over all things as Lord and King: keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit and in the bond of peace, and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings  Ezek 34.11-16, 20-24      Ephes 1.15-23     Matt 25.31-46

HYMNS    263   127  385  126   HC   196

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

PCC met last Wednesday. (1) We still have £7k to go on this year’s MMF. If necessary, we will borrow from our Fabric Fund to pay it off. (2) St Ts has £6.4k in the funds, but the bill for the north wall hasn’t been paid yet (3) On Christmas Eve in the morning, there will be just one united service here at St T’s across our team (4) Our supplementary hymn book now has an agreed cover and will go to the printers’ shortly.

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

The service next week will be a Songs of Praise for Advent. Do let us have your eight choices as usual; it would be good to have something that fits with themes of heaven, hope or coming Christmas.

Our Christmas carol service collections will go to Blood Bikes this year (also from our Christmas cards to each other here)

Dec/Jan magazines are available at the back. Full details of events and services. The next choir concert is on the 17th Dec at 7.30pm here.

We pray for the family of Arthur Stone, who died last week, also for Doreen and Nick, for Margaret Friggens, for homeless charities at Christmas, for shop workers and emergency services

Pensioners Christmas Lunch.There are still places on Wed13th, Thurs 14th and Fri 15th December.  You need to be 65 or more and live in Heamoor. Names please to The Sportsmans Arms, Heamoor Post Office and Heamoor News or call Teresa Foley on  01736 365712. Three course meal, school children are coming to sing and Santa will be paying a visit

November 26th          Gulval        Christ the King

 

   

Eternal Father, whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven that he might rule over all things as Lord and King: keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit and in the bond of peace, and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings  Ephesians 1.15-23     Matthew 25.31-46

HYMNS

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

Pre Christmas Bazaar .A big thank you to all stall holders, kitchen workers and everyone who supported this event

December 10th will be a Songs of Praise service for Advent. Do let us have your choices; it would be good if they fit with the season. We can print words of hymns not in the book. Eight hymns in all

The grand opening of the toilet will take place after the service on December 10th, with Christina doing the honours.

Gulval Christmas lights will be switched on on Monday 11th December – 7pm at the old chapel and then moving to almshouses and then the Coldstreamer.

We pray for the family of Clive Matthews, especially for Val, (funeral here on Thursday at 3pm) also for Peter Reed (Helston hospital), for homeless charities at Christmas, for shop workers and emergency services

We have still between £6 and 7k to find to pay our MMF this year.

Dec/Jan magazines are available at the back. Full details of events and services. The next choir concert is on the 17th Dec at 7.30pm here

Quiz at the pub in Madron at 7.30 for 8pm for part of Madron’s Feast celebrations. Tim is running it and it won’t be too long.