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January  19th          Madron           Epiphany 2

Almighty God, in Christ you make all things new; transform the poverty of our nature by the riches of your grace, and in the renewal of our lives make known your heavenly glory; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings        Isaiah 49.1-7   1 Cor 1.1-9    John 1.29-42

HYMNS     67  387  69   331    HC  314

Our thanks to John Philpotts, who really is playing the organ this morning

Evening Service is here at 6pm this evening.

We pray for the family of Zip Roberts, whose funeral is here on Tuesday at 2pm, for those waiting for operations, for those who work in all the CTIPA projects e.g. the foodbank, for Howard and his team doing assemblies in Humphry Davy School.

Our Prayer meeting will be at St Thomas on Tuesday at 6.30pm (-7pm)

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am tomorrow. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents welcome.

House groups begin again on the week beginning Feb 3rd. We shall continue our journey through Exodus but at a slightly quicker pace, incorporating passages from Matthew, where something Jesus says or does sheds extra light on Exodus.

On Feb 2nd we will be holding a joint service at Heamoor at 10.30am for our bishop’s pastoral visit. Note that Jo Thomas will be licensed as curate at that service

The Bishop will also be present at St Ts midweek communion at 10am on the 6th, prior to meeting PCC members of Gulval and Madron at 11am (coffee first). If there is anything you would like to ask the bishop about anything, pass on your question to a PCC member

PCC meets in the Forget me not Room, Landithy Hall at 7pm on Wed 29th of this month. All comments & suggestions welcome.

Coffee morning at St Thomas’ on Sat Jan 25th from 10.30am

 

January  19th         Heamoor           Epiphany 2

Almighty God, in Christ you make all things new; transform the poverty of our nature by the riches of your grace, and in the renewal of our lives make known your heavenly glory; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings        Isaiah 49.1-7    1 Cor 1.1-9    John 1.29-42

HYMNS     9.30am   261   314    10.0am   67  387  69   331

Midweek Communion is here on Thursday morning at 10am

We pray for Rita Moore , Jill Jeffery , Zip Roberts family (funeral at Madron on Tues at 2pm), for those waiting for operations, for those who work in all the CTIPA projects e.g. the foodbank, for Howard and his team doing assemblies in Humphry Davy School.

Our Prayer meeting will be at St Thomas on Tuesday at 6.30pm (-7pm)

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am tomorrow. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents. For our joint MMF

Whist Drive Thanks, Julie, for organising this event.

Joint service with the Bishop on Sunday Feb 2nd at 10.30am. Jo Thomas will be licensed as curate at this service.

The Bishop will also be present at our midweek communion at 10am on the 6th, prior to meeting PCC members of Gulval and Madron at 11am (coffee first). If there is anything you would like to ask the bishop about anything, pass on your question to a PCC member

House groups begin again on the week beginning Feb 3rd. We shall continue our journey through Exodus but at a slightly quicker pace, incorporating passages from Matthew, where something Jesus says or does sheds extra light on Exodus.

PCC meets in the Forget me not Room, Landithy Hall at 7pm on Wed 29th of this month. All comments & suggestions welcome.

Coffee morning at St Thomas’ on Sat Jan 25th from 10.30am

St Thomas Meeting – we’ll fix after the service. Mon 27 at 10am ??

 

January  19th              Gulval           Epiphany 2

Almighty God, in Christ you make all things new; transform the poverty of our nature by the riches of your grace, and in the renewal of our lives make known your heavenly glory; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings        1 Corinthians 1.1-9    John 1.29-42

HYMNS     A&M   219   223   76     220    HC  533

Welcome to our service, and a special welcome to Cameron on the organ.

Midweek Communion will be continuing this Wednesday at 10.30am

We pray for Margaret Friggens, Jill Jeffery, for those waiting for operations, for those who work in all the CTIPA projects e.g. the foodbank, for Howard and his team doing assemblies in Humphry Davy School.

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am tomorrow. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents welcome.

Gulval PCC met on Thursday (1) We have c£8k in the current account and £13,753 in the deposit ac (2) We voted to pay another £4000 from last year’s MMF – leaving us £4k short of our £23k target (3) various tree and hole filling works have been deferred due to bad weather (4) we have tiles needing re-fixing on our lychgates (5) we have three grave spaces left for burials – we are investigating where we can now create more space

Joint service with the Bishop on Sunday Feb 2nd at 10.30am. Jo Thomas will be licensed as curate at this service.

House groups begin again on the week beginning Feb 3rd. We shall continue our journey through Exodus but at a slightly quicker pace, incorporating passages from Matthew, where something Jesus says or does sheds extra light on Exodus.

The Bishop will also be present at Heamoor’s midweek communion at 10am on the 6th, prior to meeting PCC members of Gulval and Madron. If there is anything you would like to ask the bishop about anything, pass on your question to a PCC member

Dates for this year

Feb 26th – 7pm  Ash Wednesday Communion

April 23rd – 7.30pm Church AGM

April 26th – 11.00am Easter Sunday

May 15th – 6.30pm Churchyard evening

July 4th – 2pm Church fete

Aug 15th – 2.30pm Roy’s Cream Teas

Sept 25th  – 11.00am Harvest

Sept 27th – 7.00pm Harvest Supper

Nov 8th –  10.50am Remembrance/ 4.00pm  Feast

Nov 9th – 10.30am Coffee and doughnuts

Nov 9th – 7.30pm St Buryan MV Choir in concert

Nov 13th – 7.0pm  Pasty Supper

Nov 28th – 11.00am Christmas Bazaar

Dec 19th – 10.30am Christingle

Dec 20th – 6.00pm Carol Service

PCC meetings (10.30am on Thursdays in church)

March 5th

June 11th

Sept 3rd

Nov 5th

We have five PCC members and one vacancy. Each year two face re-election and each year there are two places for people to vote people to take up. We would welcome new blood as we steer this ship forwards. You will represent the views of the congregation as well as submit your own ideas and perceptions

 

January  12th          Madron           Epiphany 1

Almighty God, who by the leading of a star manifested your only Son to the peoples of the earth: mercifully grant that we, who know you now by faith, may at last behold your glory face to face, 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        Ephesians 3.1-12      Matthew 2.1-12

HYMNS     68   66   M15   70     HC  188

Welcome to our Iona Communion Service, where we also celebrate Epiphany, the ‘showing’ of Christ to ALL the world, symbolised by the star that guided the mysterious Wise Men.

Our thanks to John Philpotts, who is kindly playing the organ this morning

Evening Service is here at 6pm this evening.

We pray for those who missed Christmas through illness, and for those who need guidance this year

The new bigger gas pipe is soon in place from road to churchyard (sorry about the inconvenience), so we should be warmer still if we need to be.

Our Prayer meeting will be at St Thomas on Tuesday at 6.30pm (-7pm)

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am on Monday 20th. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents welcome.

Whist Drive on Friday at 7.30pm at St Thomas’ for church funds

Questionaires. In the porch and at the back of church are simple questiooaires for things you’d like to write about for the future well-being/development of Madron parish,. If you live in Madron Parish (Madron hill northwards), do fill one in and give to Ann J, Gill Burlton or Helen. The more responses the better, Ignore the Dec 19 deadline but be quick !

 

January  12th         Heamoor           Epiphany 1

Almighty God, who by the leading of a star manifested your only Son to the peoples of the earth: mercifully grant that we, who know you now by faith, may at last behold your glory face to face, 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 42.1-9   Acts 10.32-43    Matthew 2.1-12

HYMNS     68   66   M15   70     HC  188

Welcome to our Iona Communion Service, where we also celebrate Epiphany, the ‘showing’ of Christ to ALL the world, symbolised by the star that guided the mysterious Wise Men.

Midweek Communion is here on Thursday morning at 10am

We pray for those who need guidance this year, also for relations between Iran and the west, for Stormont to be active again, for order to come out of chaos in Libya and Yemen

Our Prayer meeting will be at St Thomas on Tuesday at 6.30pm (-7pm)

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am on Monday 20th. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents welcome.

Whist Drive on Friday at 7.30pm at St Thomas’ for church funds. Julie Cook has organised this in honour of Doreen Brooks, who ran the event for many years, contributing literally thousands to St Thomas funds

Joint service with the Bishop on Sunday Feb 2nd at 10.30am. It might be (TBC) that Jo Thomas is also licensed at this service. He will meet PCC members on Feb 6th

 

January  12th              Gulval           Epiphany 1

Almighty God, who by the leading of a star manifested your only Son to the peoples of the earth: mercifully grant that we, who know you now by faith, may at last behold your glory face to face, 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 reading        Matthew 2.1-12

HYMNS     Mission Praise   39  sheet  65   51    529

Welcome to our Family Service, where we also celebrate Epiphany, the ‘showing’ of Christ to ALL the world, symbolised by the star that guided the mysterious Wise Men. Coffee is served afterwards.

Our thanks to Julia for playing the organ today, and for George, leading one of his songs on guitar

Midweek Communion will be continuing this Wednesday at 10.30am

We pray  for those who need guidance this year, also for relations between Iran and the west, for Stormont to be active again, for order to come out of chaos in Libya and Yemen

Coffee Morning at the vicarage from 10.15am on Monday 20th. All new and nearly new goods, unwanted Christmas presents welcome.

Joint service with the Bishop on Sunday Feb 2nd at 10.30am. It might be (TBC) that Jo Thomas is also licensed at this service. He will meet PCC members on Feb 6th.

Gulval PCC meets this Thursday from 10.30am. Comments and suggestions welcome