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November 10th            Madron        Remembrance

Almighty Father,  whose will is to restore all things to 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  (in service booklet)

HYMNS    379     380    377    383

Welcome to our service today where we remember victims of war and pray for service personnel and their families everywhere, making a commitment to peace

Evensong is here today at 6pm

Our Prayer meeting continues at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm

House groups continue this week – a series on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now. Usual places/times. The Gulval group don’t meet due to Feast week events.

Magazines for November are still available at the back

We pray for an end to the wars in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, against the rise of terrorist acts, for international security, for the injured and all who treat them, for protection for those serving in our armed forces, for the RBL and other service charities

Pre Feast Coffee Morning next Saturday from 10.30 to 12pm in the Forget me Not Rm

PCC meet on the evening of Wed 20th in the Forget me Not Rm at 7pm

A new front notice board is ready. It will be on the inside wall – the present position makes it hard to read when cars are parked, The new one will be more protected against vandalism.

A big thank you to all who gave shoeboxes. Around 40 were given across our churches

 

November  10th      Heamoor            Remembrance

Almighty Father,  whose will is to restore all things to 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   2 Thess 2.1-5,13-17      Luke 20.27-38

HYMNS    379     380    377    383       HC  135

Welcome to our service today where we remember victims of war and pray for service personnel and their families everywhere, making a commitment to peace

Scout and British Legion Parade Service tonight here at 6pm. All are welcome

Midweek Communion is on Thursday at 10.00am as usual.

Our Prayer meeting continues here on Tuesday at 6.30pm

House groups continue this week – a series on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now. Usual places/times

Magazines for November are still available at the back

We pray for an end to the wars in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, against the rise of terrorist acts, for international security, for the injured and all who treat them, for protection for those serving in our armed forces, for the RBL and other service charities

PCC meet on the evening of Wed 20th in the Forget me Not Rm at 7pm

A big thank you to all who gave shoeboxes. Around 40 were given across our churches

Our Pre Christmas Bazaar is on Saturday 23rd from 10.30am

 

November  10th         Gulval       Remembrance/Feast

Almighty Father,  whose will is to restore all things to 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   2 Thess 2.1-5,13-17    John 15.9-17

HYMNS   A&M    579     165    584    578

Welcome to our services today. In the morning we remember victims of war and pray for service personnel and their families everywhere, making a commitment to peace. In the afternoon we celebrate the birthday of our church and community. Our Bishop will be our preacher at 4pm.

Our thanks to Julia for playing the organ this morning.

Feast week activities

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

Midweek Communion is as usual on Wednesday at 10.30am

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Gulval PCC met this week. (a) We paid another £5k to MMF (£15k out of £23k this yr)  (b) a broken grating by the east gate has been repaired (c) the yews in the lower churchyard have been trimmed – thanks, Trevor (d) the churchyard has made a profit this year of around £1500 ( e) the suspended light fixings in the roof are to be inspected

A big thank you to all who gave shoeboxes. Around 40 were given across our churches

We pray for an end to the wars in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, against the rise of terrorist acts, for international security, for the injured and all who treat them, for protection for those serving in our armed forces, for the RBL and other service charities

 

November 3rd            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 so to follow your blessed saints in all godly living that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings   Psalm 33.13-18,20-22     2 Corinthians 1.3-7

HYMNS    199   146   207   204   203

Welcome to our special service today where we dedicate our shoeboxes as they wing their way to children in developing countries across the world. We also remember loved ones and especially those whose funerals took place here this last year – their names are on the back of your sheet for your own prayers. Candles can be lit later in our service for those you wish to remember before God.

Evensong is here today at 6pm

Our Prayer meeting continues at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm

House groups continue this week – a series on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now. Usual places/times

Coffee Morning for church funds at 2 Treneere Lane (Caroline’s) this Thursday from 10-12pm. All welcome

Magazines for November are still available at the back

We pray for children in war zones abroad, also for children in the UK living on violent estates with drugs or in temporary accommodation, and for Christians missing since IS took over in Iraq and Syria in 2014

Remembrance Sunday is next Sunday and we start at 10.50am in the churchyard at the war memorial, or you can proceed direct to church

The Bishop is coming to preach at Gulval Feast at 4pm next week. We pray for Gulval as they celebrate their church’s/community’s birthday !

November  3rd            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 so to follow your blessed saints in all godly living that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings   Psalm 33.13-18,20-22     2 Corinthians 1.3-7

HYMNS    199   146   207   204   203

Midweek Communion is on Thursday at 10.00am as usual.

Welcome to our special service today where we dedicate our shoeboxes as they wing their way to children in developing countries across the world. We also remember loved ones and especially those whose funerals took place here this last year – their names are on the back of your sheet for your own prayers. Candles can be lit later in our service for those you wish to remember before God.

Our Prayer meeting continues here on Tuesday at 6.30pm

House groups continue this week – a series on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now. Usual places/times

Coffee Morning for church funds at 2 Treneere Lane (Caroline’s) this Thursday from 10-12pm. All welcome

Magazines for November are still available at the back

We pray for children in war zones abroad, also for children in the UK living on violent estates with drugs or in temporary accommodation, and for Christians missing since IS took over in Iraq and Syria in 2014

The Bishop is coming to preach at Gulval Feast at 4pm next week. We pray for Gulval as they celebrate their church’s/community’s birthday !

Scout and Legion Parade Service at 6pm next week here, plus ab act of remembrance in the morning service.

 

November  3rd           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 so to follow your blessed saints in all godly living that we may come to those inexpressible joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings   Ephesians 1.11-23      Luke 6.20-31

HYMNS   A&M    527   278  256   296    HC  289

Welcome to our special service today where we dedicate our shoeboxes as they wing their way to children in developing countries across the world. We also remember loved ones and especially those whose funerals took place here this last year – their names are on the back of your sheet for your own prayers. Candles can be lit later in our service for those you wish to remember before God.

Our thanks to Roger for playing the organ today. Roger will be very kindly playing for us when the Bishop comes at 4pm next Sunday.

Evensong is here today at 4pm

Midweek Communion is as usual on Wednesday at 10.30am

House groups do continue this week –themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now.

We pray for children in war zones and in poverty in the UK, and for Christians missing since IS took over in Iraq and Syria in 2014

Magazines for November are still available at the back

Gulval PCC meets in the church this Thursday at 10.30am. Agenda items, questions and comments welcome.

Remembrance Sunday is next Sunday and we start at 10.50am in the churchyard at the war memorial, or you can proceed direct to church

Our preacher at Feast next Sunday is our Bishop. It would be lovely to have a good turnout to welcome him