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November  11th              Madron             Remembrance 

Almighty Father, whose will is to restore all things in your beloved Son, the King of all: govern the hearts and minds of those in authority, and bring the families of the nations, divided and torn apart by the ravages of sin, to be subject to his just and gentle rule, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   John 15.9-17     Mark 1.14-20                            

HYMNS     375   379   380   366

Welcome to our annual remembrance of those who have died in conflict and of their families, pledging ourselves afresh to the cause of peace and asking God to bring his healing to our nation and the nations of the world. Do stay after the service for light refreshments and to hear the peal of bells for peace at 12.30pm

Evensong isn’t here tonight at 6pm. There is a remembrance service at Heamoor at 6pm, and Gulval have a Utd. Feast Service at Gulval at 4pm – Preacher Karsten Wedgwood.

Prayer meeting at St T’s this Tuesday at 7pm. All welcome

We pray for the family of Emily May (service here on Tuesday at 2.00pm), for servicemen and their families everywhere and for those with PTSD

House Groups continue this week with ‘Ecclesiastes – what is life all about ?’ The Wednesday group are covering ‘Jeremiah – what it means to speak for God’.

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Shoeboxes. 15 came from here and 38 from Madron, 14 from Gulval

Madron PCC meet on Wednesday 21st in Landithy Hall at 7pm

Pre Feast Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy Cakes this Friday in Landithy Hall at 10.30am

WW1 Exhibition in the hall from Saturday to Monday, as organised by the Madron History Group – see posters

 

November 11th      Heamoor       Remembrance

Almighty Father, whose will is to restore all things in your beloved Son, the King of all: govern the hearts and minds of those in authority, and bring the families of the nations, divided and torn apart by the ravages of sin, to be subject to his just and gentle rule, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   John 15.9-17     Mark 1.14-20                                                                                                            HYMNS     375   379   380   366

Welcome to our annual remembrance of those who have died in conflict and of their families, pledging ourselves afresh to the cause of peace and asking God to bring his healing to our nation and the nations of the world. At Madron there will be light refreshments from twelve hear the peal of bells for peace at 12.30pm

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for the families of Maureen King (funeral here on Tuesday at 11am) and Joyce Nicholls, who died on Monday; also for Margaret, the Barbaras and for service men and women everywhere and especially for those with mental health issues arising from their experiences

Prayer meeting at St Thomas this Tuesday at 7pm. All are welcome

Our next Social will be our pre-Christmas Bazaar on Saturday November 17th from 10.30am.

House Groups continue this week with ‘Ecclesiastes – what is life all about ?’ The Wednesday group are covering ‘Jeremiah – what it means to speak for God’.

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Madron PCC meet on Wednesday 21st in Landithy Hall at 7pm

Shoeboxes. 15 came from here and 38 from Madron, 14 from Gulval

 

November  11th     Gulval   Remembrance/Feast

Almighty Father, whose will is to restore all things in your beloved Son, the King of all: govern the hearts and minds of those in authority, and bring the families of the nations, divided and torn apart by the ravages of sin, to be subject to his just and gentle rule, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Reading   John 15.9-17                                                                                                                                         HYMNS     A&M   165  584   sheet    579

Welcome to our annual remembrance of those who have died in conflict and of their families, pledging ourselves afresh to the cause of peace and asking God to bring his healing to our nation and the nations of the world.

Feast Events this week

Sunday 4pm (today) – United Feast Service

Preacher – Rev Karsten Wedgwood

Monday 10.30am Coffee and Doughnuts in church

Monday 7.30pm St Buryan MV Choir in concert (here)

Friday 7pm Pasty Supper in the hall

 Christmas Bazaar. Marj would welcome used scarves, jewellery and children’s toys for her stall. Everything gratefully received.

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

We pray for service personnel and their families and especially for those with mental health problems arising from conflict

House Groups continue this week with ‘Ecclesiastes–what is life all about

Shoeboxes. 14 were collected from here- 67 from our three churches.

We are invited as usual to join the chapel congregation for a buffet lunch  on Sunday 2nd December at 12.45pm. They are celebrating worshipping at the hall 15 years now.

PCC meet on Wednesday here at 11.15am this coming Wednesday. The Tesco £1000 has now arrived in our roof account.

 

November  4th               Madron             All Saints 

Almighty God, you have knit together your chosen people in one communion and fellowship in the mystical body of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord: grant us grace to follow your saints in all virtuous and godly living, that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Deuteronomy 6.1-9     Matthew 12.28-34              

HYMNS     199   204   M11   201   203

Welcome to All Saints and All Souls, a combined celebration of our being part of a community stretching beyond the here and now to heaven, and where we remember those we have loved, who have gone before us. We light candles for them during our service and read the names of those who have had funerals here in this church in the last twelve months.

Evensong is here tonight at 6pm

Prayer meeting at St T’s this Tuesday at 7pm. All welcome

We pray for the family of Gwen Shannon (funeral here on Thursday at 11.30am), for the family of Adrienne Jackman (funeral here on Monday at 2.30pm), for all Christians persecuted for their faith, for peace in Yemen and Syria and for those without accommodation.

House Groups continue this week with ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’, apart from the Wednesday group, looking at ‘Ecclesiastes – what is life all about ?’

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Next Sunday our Remembrance Service will begin in the Memorial Garden at 10.50am, followed by the service in church. Paper doves for peace will be given out, and there will be a special peal of bells for peace at 12.30pm. There will also be an evening Parade service at Heamoor at 6pm

There will be no Evensong next week so we can join Gulval’s Feast celebration at 4pm

 

November 4th             Heamoor             All Saints

Almighty God, you have knit together your chosen people in one communion and fellowship in the mystical body of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord: grant us grace to follow your saints in all virtuous and godly living, that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Deut’y 6.1-9   Hebrews 9.11-14   Matthew 12.28-34              

HYMNS     199   204   M11   201   203

Welcome to All Saints and All Souls, a combined celebration of our being part of a community stretching beyond the here and now to heaven, and where we remember those we have loved, who have gone before us. We light candles for them during our service and read the names of those who have had funerals here in this church in the last twelve months.

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for the families of Ruby Hitchens and Gwen Shannon, for all Christians persecuted for their faith, for peace in Yemen and Syria and for those without accommodation.

Prayer meeting at St Thomas this Tuesday at 7pm. All are welcome

House Groups continue this week with ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’, apart from the Wednesday group, looking at ‘Ecclesiastes – what is life all about ?’

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Our next Social will be our pre-Christmas Bazaar on Saturday November 17th from 10.30am.

Next Sunday our morning service will contain a silence and a prayer of remembrance but our main Remembrance Service will be our Scout and Legion Parade here at 6pm

 

November  4th            Gulval          All Saints

Almighty God, you have knit together your chosen people in one communion and fellowship in the mystical body of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord: grant us grace to follow your saints in all virtuous and godly living, that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Deuteronomy 6.1-9     Matthew 12.28-34              

HYMNS     A&M   527  243   254   256    HC  278

Welcome to All Saints and All Souls, a combined celebration of our being part of a community stretching beyond the here and now to heaven, and where we remember those we have loved, who have gone before us. We light candles for them during our service and read the names of those who have had funerals here in this church in the last twelve months.

Music for Hallowe’en (- A big thank you to Cameron for playing and organising an enjoyable and successful event.

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

We pray for  all Christians persecuted for their faith, for peace in Yemen and Syria and for those without accommodation.

House Groups continue this week with ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’, apart from the Wednesday group, looking at ‘Ecclesiastes – what is life all about ?’.

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Next Sunday our Service of Remembrance will begin as usual at 10.50am by the War Memorial (hopefully plus trumpet), to be followed by our service here at 11am. Our United Feast Service will be here at 4pm. Coffee and Doughnuts at 10.30am plus St Buryan MV Choir at 7.30pm on Monday, plus Pasty Supper on Friday at 7pm – let us know if you’re coming

PCC meet on Wednesday here at 11.15am

 

October  28th               Madron              Bible Sunday 

Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: help us so to hear them, to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them, that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word, we may embrace and forever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Isaiah 55.1-11    John 5.36b-end              

HYMNS     209   126   145   139     HC  307

Welcome to Bible Sunday, where we realise afresh the power of God’s word, when we expose ourselves to it. If you would like to try daily bible notes, help yourself to a selection we have at the back

Evensong is here tonight at 6pm

Prayer meeting at St T’s this Tuesday at 7pm. All welcome

We pray for the family of Gwen Shannon (funeral here on Nov 8th at 11.30am), for our schools returning after Half Term and for the homeless and refugees as temperatures drop.

House Groups continue this week with ‘Job, the problem of suffering’. The 7 Reens Rd group will be looking at ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’.

Magazines for November are now available at the back

Music for Hallowe’en. Cameron Luke in concert on the organ this Wednesday at 7pm at Gulval church. Donations

Shoebox Appeal – Boxes to be brought next Sunday please for our special service

All Saints. Next Sunday we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who have had funerals in our church this last year.

The glass door will have a smart etched long Celtic cross design. The present small transfer is only temporary

 

October 28th             Heamoor            Bible Sunday

Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: help us so to hear them, to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them, that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word, we may embrace and forever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Isaiah 55.1-11    John 5.36b-end              

HYMNS     209   M38   181   177      HC  307

Welcome to Bible Sunday, where we realise afresh the power of God’s word, when we expose ourselves to it. If you would like to try daily bible notes, help yourself to a selection we have at the back

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for the family of Ruby Hitchens (funeral here on Tuesday 2pm), the family of Gwen Shannon (funeral here on Nov 8th at 11.30am), for our schools returning after Half Term and for the homeless and refugees as temperatures drop

Prayer meeting at St Thomas this Tuesday at 7pm. All are welcome

House Groups continue this week with ‘Job, the problem of suffering’. The 7 Reens Rd group will be looking at ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’.

Magazines for November are now available at the back

Shoebox Appeal – Boxes to be brought next Sunday please for our special service

All Saints. Next Sunday we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who have had funerals in our church this last year.

The garden area will be tidied and mainly cleared when the growing season is truly finished; all help will be appreciated

 

October  28th            Gulval          Bible Sunday

Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: help us so to hear them, to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them, that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word, we may embrace and forever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Isaiah 55.1-11 2 Timothy 3.14-4.5  John 5.36b-end              

Welcome to Bible Sunday, where we realise afresh the power of God’s word, when we expose ourselves to it. If you would like to try daily bible notes, help yourself to a selection we have at the back

Evensong is here next Sunday at 4pm

Music for Hallowe’en (Wednesday at 7pm here) Come and ‘enjoy’ the organ played in an unusual concert with music setting a scene for Hallowe’en (and leading towards All Saints’ Day) in a ‘perfect’ setting! [Quiz night commences in ‘The Coldstreamer’ at 8pm]

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

We pray for r our schools returning after Half Term and for the homeless and refugees as temperatures drop.

House Groups continue this week with ‘Job, the problem of suffering’. The 7 Reens Rd group will be looking at ‘The Psalms – poetry and song’.

Magazines for November are now available at the back

Shoebox Appeal – Boxes to be brought next Sunday please for our special service

All Saints. Next Sunday we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who have had funerals in our church this last year.

The next PCC meeting will be on the 14th instead of the 7th at the same time/place