September 24th        Madron            Trinity 15

 

God, who in generous mercy sent the Holy Spirit upon your Church in the burning fire of your love: grant that your people may be fervent in the fellowship of the gospel that, always abiding in you, they may be found steadfast in faith and active in service; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

 Bible readings   Philippians 1.21-end  Matthew 20.1-16

HYMNS  131  323  391  256   HC  285

 

   

Evening Prayer is at 6pm here. Do give it a try

Prayer meeting at Madron from 7 to 7.30pm on Tuesday

Quiz at Landithy Hall on Friday 6th October from 7pm. Only £1 entry. Maximum teams of four. Come as a team or as you are. For church funds

Magazines for October are available at the back. (and Shoebox leaflets)

Feast planning meeting. Come and help plan Feast week Nov/Dec. An open meeting at 7pm on Monday October 2nd in the Forget-me-not Rm

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’.We always welcome newcomers

Mondays 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Thursdays 2pm at the vicarage

Thursdays 7pm at 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

General Thanksgiving

Almighty God, Father of all mercies, we your unworthy servants give you humble thanks for all your goodness and loving-kindness to us and to all whom you have made. We bless you for our creation, preservation, and all the blessings of this life; but above all for your immeasurable love in the redemption of the world by our Lord Jesus Christ; for the means of grace, and for the hope of glory. And, we pray, give us such an awareness of your mercies, that with truly thankful hearts we may show forth your praise, not only with our lips, but in our lives, by giving up ourselves to your service, and by walking before you in holiness and righteousness all our days; through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, with you and the Holy Spirit, be honour and glory throughout all ages. Amen.

September 24th        Heamoor       Trinity 15

God, who in generous mercy sent the Holy Spirit upon your Church in the burning fire of your love: grant that your people may be fervent in the fellowship of the gospel that, always abiding in you, they may be found steadfast in faith and active in service; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

 Bible readings   Jonah 3.10 – 4.end  Phil 1.21-end  Matthew 20.1-16

HYMNS    351  323  331  344   HC  285

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

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

Quiz for church funds at Landithy Hall, Madron on Friday October 6th at 7pm. £1 entry only. Come as a team or as you are. Maximum of four in a team (to keep it fair)

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’. We always welcome newcomers

Mondays 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Thursdays 2pm at the vicarage

Thursdays 7pm at 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

Magazines for October are now available at the back

Shoebox leaflets are now available. November 5th will be our special service for receiving the boxes. The admin fee has risen, I’m afraid

We continue to pray for Peggy, Julie, Charlie and family, also for Edmund, for Jean Roff (unwell recently), for Jean (Loreli’s sister), for those married at Madron this year, for victims of the Caribbean hurricanes, for victims of domestic violence.

Pray for Rev Vanda Perrett (St Buryan etc) as she is licensed as new rural dean on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm

NOTICES    Gulval  Harvest   September 24th——————————————————————-

Our Harvest Collections will be going to Water Aid again this year, Famine, drought and poor sanitation continue to be killers

Harvest Evening Service here at 4pm (not 6pm)

Thanks, ladies, for the lovely church Harvest decoration & to all church watchers this summer

Our Harvest Supper is on Tuesday evening from 7.00pm. Tickets available after the service. You can pay later. Also sign to offer food for the supper.

Distribution of Harvest Produce from 9.30am tomorrow, after the school harvest service (9.30am) if you can make it. Volunteer distributors, drivers, packing materials welcome, plus suggestions for who might be recipients

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’. Newcomers are always welcome

Mondays 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Thursdays 2pm at the vicarage

Thursdays 7pm at 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

October magazines are now available at the back

Quiz at Landithy Hall at 7pm on Friday 6th October. Maximum of four in a team. Come as a team or as you are. £1 only for admission. For church funds.

 

NOTICES  -Madron September 17th   Harvest

Our Harvest Collections will be going to Breadline this year, having to cope with an increasing number of clients. They are a branch of St Petrocs

Harvest Evening Service here at 6pm We shall be joined by chapel

Thanks, ladies, for the lovely church decoration, and thank you all for your support and generosity yesterday.,

Our Harvest Supper is on Thursday evening from 7.00pm. Tickets after the service from Caroline. You can pay later

Distribution of Harvest Produce from 10.30am tomorrow, after the school harvest service (9.30am) if you can make it. Volunteer distributors, drivers, packing materials welcome, plus suggestions for who might be recipients

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’.Newcomers are always welcome

Mondays 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Thursdays 2pm at the vicarage

Thursdays 7pm at 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

September magazines are still available at the back

We pray for Laura and Chrism married here yesterday and for all couples married here this year, also for those affected by Hurricane Irma, for police and those in the prison service, for all relied workers, especially in dangerous places, for Water Aid, for the homeless

Quiz at Landithy Hall at 7pm on Friday 6th October. Maximum of four in a team. Come as a team or as you are. £1 only for admission. For church funds.

Crying the neck tomorrow night at Boswarthen at 6.30pm and at church around 7pm for a short service, followed by refreshments

September 17th            Heamoor            Trinity 14

Almighty God, whose only Son has opened for us a new and living way into your presence: give us pure hearts and steadfast wills to worship you in spirit and in truth; 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     Genesis 50.15-21   Matthew 18.21-35

HYMNS   9.30am 188  272  10.0am  220    224  276    317

Thank you for your support of our extended Harvest weekend. We raised over £150 for Breadline. This will be added to whatever is raised at Madron today

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

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

Quiz for church funds at Landithy Hall, Madron on Friday October 6th at 7pm. £1 entry only. Come as a team or as you are. Maximum of four in a team (to keep it fair)

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’.We always welcome newcomers

Mondays 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Thursdays 2pm at the vicarage

Thursdays 7pm at 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

We pray for victims of flood and hurricane in Texas, for Chris and Laura married yesterday at Madron, for Geoff Brown and Esther Green’s family, for Ann Nankervis

Magazines for September are still available at the back

Peter will be licensed as associate priest at Lis Escop on 12th October

Shoebox leaflets are now available. November 5th will be our special service for receiving the boxes. The admin fee has risen, I’m afraid

 

September 10th       Madron            Trinity 13

 

Almighty God, who called your Church to bear witness that you were in Christ reconciling the world to yourself: help us to proclaim the good news of your love, that all who hear it may be drawn to you; through him who was lifted up on the cross, and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen

Bible readings   Romans 13.8-14  Matthew 18. 15-20

HYMNS     31   336  210   345  HC  347

 

   

Evening Prayer is at 6pm at St Thomas this evening, as we join them on the occasion of their Harvest Festival

Prayer meeting here from 7 to 7.30pm on Thursday (not Tuesday because of Heamoor Harvest Supper)

 We pray for Morwenna  and James married yesterday, for Christina (home), for the victims of hurricane Irma and new IS attacks in Afghanistan and the Philippines,for Rohingye refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh, for our schools – heads, staff and pupils.

Magazines for September are available at the back.

Posters and invitations to Harvest. Please help yourself to each at the back and invite all your friends and neighbours to:

*Sun next week – 11.0am Harvest Festival service

*Thurs next week (21st) 7.00pm Harvest Supper (tickets from Caroline)

 House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’.

Harvest church decoration. All welcome to join in Friday or Saturday morning (wedding Sat lunchtime).

PCC met on Wednesday. (1) We are going to re-do our damp-creased framed list of clergy at the back (2) new guides and hymn books are in the pipeline (3) October’s Family Service will be dedicated to our health service/workers (4) partial glazing of the inner south door is being investigated

NOTICES  –   Heamoor         September 10th

Our Harvest Collections will be going to Breadline this year, having to cope with an increasing number of clients. They are a branch of St Petrocs

Harvest Evening Service here at 6pm We shall be joined by Madron

Thanks, ladies, for the lovely church decoration, and thank you all for your support and generosity yesterday.,

Our Harvest Supper is on Tuesday evening from 6.30pm. Reserve your places after the service from Sarah. You can pay later. Pasties, puddings and entertainment from A Cappella

Distribution of Harvest Produce from 9.30am tomorrow, if you can make it. Volunteer distributors, drivers, packing materials welcome, plus suggestions for who might be recipients

Thursday Communion as usual at 10am here this week

House groups begin again the week beginning Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters and stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’.

Foodbank – cleaning products and toiletries, please; no baked beans. The Foodbank is needing/giving out more stuff than ever

September magazines are still available at the back

PCC met on Wednesday. We have £5874 in our funds. A supplementary hymn book will be printed soon (55 hymns)

St Thomas teasers are still available in the kitchen for £1. Answers always in the next magazine.

We pray for Geoff Brown following the loss of Cheryl (Poltair Close), also for the family of Esther Green (funeral at Wesley Rock tomorrow at 2.30pm) and for all who can’t be with us today, also for those in the wake of Hurricane Irma, for those suffering IS attacks in the Philippines and Afghanistan and for local schools back this term

September 10th       Gulval           Trinity 13

Almighty God, who called your Church to bear witness that you were in Christ reconciling the world to yourself: help us to proclaim the good news of your love, that all who hear it may be drawn to you; through him who was lifted up on the cross, and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen

 

   

Bible reading   Ezekiel    Romans 12.          Matthew 18.15-20

HYMNS    Mission Praise  103   181  187   463  445

Welcome to our service today, on the theme of forgiveness. There will be a cup of coffee afterwards. Do stay.

Harvest Festival is here in a fortnight’s time on the 24th. There are posters and invitations you can give to friends or neighbours at the back. Help yourself. There will be a 4pm Evensong that day too. If you took Water Aid bottles, please return that day to add to our collection

Harvest decoration from 9.30am on Saturday 23rd. Yellow and bronze, please

Harvest Supper will be on the following Tuesday (26th) at 7pm. Do sign up at the back if you can bring any food, and let us know if you are coming (for catering)

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

We pray for, for Christina (home now), for the family and friends of Gordon Wilks, and for the victims of hurricane Irma and for those places under fresh attack from IS, such as Afghanistan and the Philippines; also for our schools , heads and staff.

Our September magazine is still available at the back.

Next Sunday our 11am service will be at the Village Hall as we join the chapel congregation for their Harvest.

House groups begin again the week of Oct 1st. This term we will be looking at characters/ stories from Luke’s Gospel  on ‘Learning to serve’

 

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