In the interests of respecting the privacy of individuals, some notices from the pew sheet are sometimes omitted from this on-line facility

February 24th           Madron          2nd Sun before Lent

Almighty God, you have created the heavens and the earth and made us in your own image: teach us to discern your hand in all your works and your likeness in all your children; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who with you and the Holy Spirit reigns supreme over all things, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings    Genesis 2.4b-9, 15-end    Luke 8.22-25

HYMNS     205   320   286   315     HC  191

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm.

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

Keith Perry’s funeral will be here tomorrow at 2pm

Electoral roll. Please return your forms to Caroline or Tim

Magazines for March are now available at the back.

We pray for those with heart problems, for those on holiday, for schools returning,

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely. The notes are now available on our website too

Davey and Gilbert did not install a new boiler on Wednesday – they are coming on March 5th due to staff absence

Next Sunday will be a special service for St Piran’s Day – do invite our friends, family and neighbours

St Piran’s Day concert at Gulval on Tuesday March 5th at 7.30pm Free entry; concert includes our own bell ringers, Keur Heb Hanow (a local choir singing in Cornish) and Cameron Luke  – organ. Celebrate Cornwall’s Patron Saint! Following there will be saffron buns and pasties in “The Coldstreamer Inn”.

Quiz at the pub on Friday at 8pm for Playing Field funds

February  24th            Gulval        2nd Sun before Lent

Almighty God, you have created the heavens and the earth and made us in your own image: teach us to discern your hand in all your works and your likeness in all your children; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who with you and the Holy Spirit reigns supreme over all things, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings    Genesis 2.4b-9, 15-end    Luke 8.22-25

HYMNS     A&M   167   175   172   207

Evening Prayer is here next Sunday at 4pm

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual.

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely. Now available on our website

PCC meet at 11.15am on Wednesday here in church. Two vacancies

Lent Lunches this year will be at the hall on March 6th and 13th only. Please put the dates in your diaries

St Piran’s commemoration and Grand Concert on Tuesday 5th March

From 6.15pm a Quarter Peal will be rung on the tower bells.

7.30pm a free entry commemoration and concert including our own bell

ringers,  Keur Heb Hanow (a local choir singing in Cornish) and Cameron

Luke  – organ. Celebrate Cornwall’s Patron Saint! Following there will be

saffron buns and pasties in “The Coldstreamer Inn”.

Electoral roll. Please return your forms to Marj, the wardens or Tim

Magazines for March are now available at the back.

We pray for  those with heart problems, for those on holiday, for schools returning tomorrow, for Peter B (on the loss of his mother)

February 17th           Madron          3rd Sun before Lent

Almighty God, who alone can bring order to the unruly wills and passions of sinful humanity: give your people grace so to love what you command and to desire what you promise, that, among the many changes of this world, our hearts may surely there be fixed where true joys are to be found; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings    Genesis 45.3-11,15    Luke 6.27-38

HYMNS     311   285   M40   310    HC  269

Extraordinary  PCC Meeting  after the service in SW corner, please

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm.

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

Social events upcoming

Tues March 26 – Coffee Morning at Mary Laity’s

Sun April 14-21 – Holy Week labyrinth in church (see next mag)

May ? – Coffee Morning at Rona and Andy’s

Wed June 5th – Caroline’s cream teas

Sat 29 June – Church Fete

Sat 13 July – Duck Race at Treneere Lane,Heamoor

Summer Thursdays – tea and cake in church

Summer concert by the ‘Saxxy Maids’ in church

Thurs Sept 12th – Coffee Morning at Maggie’s in Aldreath Rd

Exhibition of Sheilagh’s work in church – TBA

Electoral roll. Please return your forms to Caroline or Tim

Magazines for February are still available at the back.

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely. The notes are now available on our website too

Davey and Gilbert will be installing a new boiler at no expense to us from the 20th

February  17th           Heamoor       3rd Sun before Lent

Almighty God, who alone can bring order to the unruly wills and passions of sinful humanity: give your people grace so to love what you command and to desire what you promise, that, among the many changes of this world, our hearts may surely there be fixed where true joys are to be found; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings    Genesis 45.3-11,15    Luke 6.27-38

HYMNS     9.30am   311  269    10am  160  233   M40  310

Thursday communion as usual at 10am on Thursday

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

We pray for all who are poorly among us

St Thomas Meeting. There are typed sheets with what came out of this meeting available for you at the back if you haven’t had one yet. Note the Lent lunches to come on March 20/27 and 1st Wed of April

Magazines for February are still available at the back.

Electoral roll. A brand new roll is being prepared this year for everyone to sign i.e. for residents & worshippers. Forms at the back to Tim

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely.

Notice board, See four designs on two sheets at the back – tick your favourite It will be black ! It’s a dead heat at the moment !

The garden has been cleared. It is nice to be able to see the stream from the kitchen all along the length of the garden.

Howard Peskett will be our visiting preacher on March 10th

February  17th            Gulval        3rd Sun before Lent

Almighty God, who alone can bring order to the unruly wills and passions of sinful humanity: give your people grace so to love what you command and to desire what you promise, that, among the many changes of this world, our hearts may surely there be fixed where true joys are to be found; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings    Genesis 45.3-11,15    Luke 6.27-38

HYMNS     A&M

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual.

Electoral roll. A brand new roll is being prepared this year for EVERYONE to sign i.e. for parish residents and worshippers. Forms at the back to Marj or the wardens, please

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely.

Please pray for all who have been unwell adn fro those unable to get t church these days

Harry Burlton will be taking our service on March 3rd

Magazines for February are still available at the back.

Lent Lunches this year will be at the hall on March 6th and 13th only. Please put the dates in your diaries

The churchyard made a small profit thanks to our fundraising – it made four figure losses in the previous four years

February 10th           Madron          4th Sun before Lent

Almighty God, you know us to be set in the midst of so many and great dangers, that by reason of the frailty of our nature we cannot stand upright; grant to us such strength and protection as may support us in all dangers and carry us through all temptations; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings    Isaiah 6.1-8 or 1 Cor 15.1-11  Luke 5.1-11

HYMNS     215   M19   170   326     HC  188

Welcome to our service today and a special welcome to Howard Peskett

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm.

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

Meeting to plan social/fundraising events for the year at the vicarage tomorrow at 2pm. ALL people and ideas welcome

We’re sorry to report the death of former worshipper Muriel ‘Mu’ Davies. Her funeral will be at the crem at 12pm this Thursday coming

Electoral roll. A brand new roll is being prepared this year for EVERYONE to sign i.e. for parish residents and worshippers Forms to Caroline or the vestry, please. You can be on the roll of more than one church

Magazines for February are still available at the back.

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely. The notes will be available online too

Davey and Gilbert accept we have a problem with the heating and are working on it – at no expense to ourselves. The temperature of the water is not rising above 59 degrees for some unidentified reason.

We pray for the elderly in Syria with no one to look after them after younger family members have left the country, for all under threat of violence or who live in fear.

February  10th           Heamoor       4th Sun before Lent

Almighty God, you know us to be set in the midst of so many and great dangers, that by reason of the frailty of our nature we cannot stand upright; grant to us such strength and protection as may support us in all dangers and carry us through all temptations; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings    Isaiah 6.1-8  1 Cor 15.1-11  Luke 5.1-11

HYMNS     215   M19   170   326     HC  188

Thursday communion as usual at 10am on Thursday

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

We pray for all affected by the mud slide in Brazil,  for the elderly in Syria with no one to look after them after younger family members have left the country, for all under threat of violence or who live in fear.

St Thomas Meeting. There are typed sheets with what came out of this meeting available for you at the back if you haven’t had one yet

Magazines for February are still available at the back.

Electoral roll. A brand new roll is being prepared this year for EVERYONE to sign i.e. for parish residents and worshippers. Forms at the back to Tim or Caroline Somers, please

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely.

Malcolm Lawrence’s funeral will be on Thursday this week at Gulval at 2.30pm.

Notice board, See four designs on two sheets at the back – tick your favourite It will be black !

February  10th            Gulval        4th Sun before Lent

Almighty God, you know us to be set in the midst of so many and great dangers, that by reason of the frailty of our nature we cannot stand upright; grant to us such strength and protection as may support us in all dangers and carry us through all temptations; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible Reading     Luke 5.1-13

HYMNS     Mission Praise  435   50  back of sheet   272  617

Welcome to our Family service today, and do stay for coffee after our short service

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual.

Electoral roll. A brand new roll is being prepared this year for EVERYONE to sign i.e. for parish residents and worshippers. Forms at the back to Marj or the wardens, please

Bible notes for your use at home are now available at the back for those who would welcome them. A passage from Luke per week and a question each day to answer, to help us draw closer to Jesus as well as follow a Gospel closely.

Malcolm Lawrence’s funeral will be on Thursday this week here at 2.30pm.

Please pray for all affected by the mud slide in Brazil,  for the elderly in Syria with no one to look after them after younger family members have left the country, for all under threat of violence or who live in fear.

Magazines for February are still available at the back.