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December  16th           Madron           Advent  3

O Lord Jesus Christ, who at your first coming sent your messenger to prepare your way before you: grant that your ministers today may likewise so prepare and make ready your way that, at your second coming to judge the world, we may be found an acceptable people in your sight, for you are alive and reign with the Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Philippians 4.4-7    Luke 3.7-18

HYMNS   35   40   38   33      HC  194

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm. There will not be a service next Sunday evening as there will be a service on the 24th.

Prayer meeting at St T’s this Tuesday at 7pm. All welcome. There will be no prayer meeting on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day – sorry

We pray for the families of Doris Leiworthy (funeral on Wednesday at 3pm), Melba Richards (funeral here at 2pm on Monday) and for those unable to get to church.

PZ Orpheus Ladies Choir in concert at St Thomas tonight at 7.30pm

Christmas Trees exhibition at chapel from 2-4.30pm  Sat 15th to 22nd

Our Carol Service will be here on Thursday at 6.30pm – a wide variety of music is on offer. Proceeds to the Sowenna Appeal

St Thomas Carol Service will be on Friday at 6pm.

The school Christingle will be here at 1pm on Thursday. Can anyone help with refreshments, please ?

Mounts Bay Academy are having their Carol Service here on Tuesday evening at 7pm

Watch out for a telephone/internet provider ringing you about terminating your service and asking you to press ‘1’ on your phone This is a scam !

December  16th         Heamoor        Advent 3

O Lord Jesus Christ, who at your first coming sent your messenger to prepare your way before you: grant that your ministers today may likewise so prepare and make ready your way that, at your second coming to judge the world, we may be found an acceptable people in your sight, for you are alive and reign with the Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Philippians 4.4-7    Luke 3.7-18

HYMNS    9.30am   32   194     10.00am   35   212   M52   33

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual. Our services will continue every week over Christmas and New Year

Our carol service and cards we send to each other in church  (see pot on sideboard next to kitchen door) will go to the Sowenna Appeal, kitting out a young mental health facility bear Bodmin

We pray for the family of Melba Richards (funeral on Monday at 2pm) and for those travelling over Christmas, and for those who may be cold or lonely.

Prayer meeting at St T’s this Tuesday at 7pm. All are welcome. There will be no prayer meeting on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day – sorry

PZ Orpheus Ladies Choir in concert here at 7.30pm tonight

Handbills for principal Christmas services are available at the back. Do use to stick on your road facing window or use to invite friends and neighbours

The outside notice board is now broken as well as covered with green slime on the back (help yourself). We will look at designs for a proper replacement to be set more firmly into the ground

Watch out for a telephone/internet provider ringing you about terminating your service and asking you to press ‘1’ on your phone This is a scam !

December  16th            Gulval               Advent  3

O Lord Jesus Christ, who at your first coming sent your messenger to prepare your way before you: grant that your ministers today may likewise so prepare and make ready your way that, at your second coming to judge the world, we may be found an acceptable people in your sight, for you are alive and reign with the Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Philippians 4.4-7    Luke 3.7-18

HYMNS     Mission Praise   656    262   746    549       HC  493

Tree of Light Service. tonight at 6pm. Proceeds as usual will be for the Childrens Hospice SW, whose work we pray for

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual, but no service on Boxing Day (Heamoor on Thursday at 10am)

We pray for Sue and the family of John Sweeting (funeral here at 2.30pm on Tuesday), also for those who will be unable to be with us over Christmas

Services coming up

Sat 22nd   4pm Christingle

Sun 23rd   8am Holy Communion (said)

11am Mattins

Mon 24th 11.45pm Holy Communion

Tues 25th10.30am Short Christmas Day Service, followed by short optional communion

Posters and handbills for principal Christmas services are available at the back. Do use to stick on your road facing window or use to invite friends and neighbours

Gulval School will be holding their Nativity here on Wednesday (19th) at 2pm and 6pm.

Watch out for a telephone/internet provider ringing you about terminating your service and asking you to press ‘1’ on your phone This is a scam !

December  9th           Madron           Advent  2

Almighty our Father in heaven, who sent your Son to redeem the world and will send him again to be our judge: give us grace so to imitate him in the humility and purity of his first coming that, when he comes again, we may be ready to meet him with joyful love and firm faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

Bible Readings   Philippians 1.3-11    Luke 3.1-6

HYMNS   see over

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm. There will not be a service on Sunday 23rd as there will be a service on the 24th.

We welcome you to this service of Songs of Praise today and thank you to those who made choices. We welcome especially Eliza Burlton, her parents Tom and Kerra, plus all family, friends and godparents. We welcome too our friends from Trevaylor, where our choir members will be singing at 5.30pm on Friday this week.

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

We pray for Eliza and her family, for the family of Doris Leiworthy (102), whose funeral is here on Wednesday week at  3pm, for our schools preparing for Christmas and for our new bishop.

Magazines for December/January are still available at the back

Prayer cards for our new bishop are available at the back, as are Climate change response leaflets, if you haven’t picked yours up yet.

Posters and handbills for principal Christmas services are available at the back. Do use to stick on your road facing window or use to invite friends and neighbours

PZ Orpheus Ladies Choir in concert here at 7.30pm next Sunday December 16th

Christmas Trees exhibition open at chapel from 2-4.30pm from Sat 15th to 22nd

December  9th         Heamoor        Advent 2

Almighty our Father in heaven, who sent your Son to redeem the world and will send him again to be our judge: give us grace so to imitate him in the humility and purity of his first coming that, when he comes again, we may be ready to meet him with joyful love and firm faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Malachi 3.1-4   Philippians 1.3-11   Luke 3.1-6

HYMNS    36   34    23   39      HC  188

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual. Our services will continue every week over Christmas and New Year

We pray for the families of Melba Richards and Doris Leiworthy, also for all bereaved people over Christmas, for schools preparing for Nativities, for our new Bishop arriving in January

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

Magazines for December/January are still available at the back

PZ Orpheus Ladies Choir in concert here at 7.30pm next Sunday December 16th

The Sowenna Project is building and equipping a facility for mentally il youngsters near Bodmin. NHS have contributed towards the building and have committed to staffing it into the future. The main focus of this charity is therefore to help bring the icing on the cake – sports and therapy equipment, garden etc. This is the charity our Carol Service on the 21st and our Christmas cards to each other will be supporting

Prayer cards for our new bishop are available at the back, as are Climate change response leaflets, if you haven’t picked yours up yet.

Posters and handbills for principal Christmas services are available at the back. Do use to stick on your road facing window or use to invite friends and neighbours

December  9th            Gulval               Advent  2

Almighty our Father in heaven, who sent your Son to redeem the world and will send him again to be our judge: give us grace so to imitate him in the humility and purity of his first coming that, when he comes again, we may be ready to meet him with joyful love and firm faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Baruch 5    Luke 3.1-6

HYMNS     as announced

Welcome to our service of Songs of Praise and thanks to all who submitted hymns. Coffee is served afterwards

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

Gulval Christmas Lights are being switched on tomorrow evening at 7pm at chapel. We move then to the alms-houses and then Churchtown

Carol singing at Ponsandane on Friday at 2.15pm. Do join us

We pray for the family of Peter Pryor (funeral here last week), for our schools preparing for Christmas, for the new bishop preparing to come in January,

Tree of Light Service. NEXT Sunday at 6pm. Do let the wardens know if you would like names included. Proceeds as usual will be for the Childrens Hospice SW

Magazines for December/January are still available at the back

Prayer cards for our new bishop are available at the back, as are Climate change response leaflets, if you haven’t picked yours up yet.

Posters and handbills for principal Christmas services are available at the back. Do use to stick on your road facing window or use to invite friends and neighbours

Gulval School will be holding their Nativity here on Wednesday week (19th) at 2pm and 6pm.

Tim will be here the next two Sundays and on Christmas Eve for midnight

December  2nd     Madron     Advent/ Feast

Almighty God, give us grace to cast away the works of darkness and to put on the armour of light, now in this mortal life, in which your Son Jesus Christ came to us in great humility; that on the last day, when he shall come in his glorious majesty to judge the living and the dead, we may rise to the life immortal; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Jeremiah 33.14-16   Luke 21.25-36

HYMNS   see sheet

Evening Service is a united one at chapel tonight at 6pm.

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

We pray for  the family of Maggie Robinson (funeral here at 2pm on Monday)

Magazines for December/January are still available at the back

Feast week

Today – 6pm – Utd Chapel Service. NO Evensong here

Monday – 11.0am Meet of the Western Hunt

Monday – 11.0am Grand Feast Fayre in the hall

Monday – 7.30pm Feast Whist in the hall

Tuesday – 6pm Feast Family Bingo in hall

Wednesday –  10.15am Charity Coffee Morning at chapel

Thursday 2pm Tea Dance in hall (all kinds of dances – for fun)

Friday 7.30pm Quiz in pub

Songs of Praise service next Sunday will also include the baptism of Tom and Kerra Burlton’s daughter Eliza. Do invite your friends and neighbours

Georgina’s drop-in at St Thomas will happen next on Sunday December 9th from 2-4pm

The Sowenna Project is building and equipping a facility for mentally il youngsters near Bodmin. NHS have contributed towards the building and have committed to staffing it into the future. The main focus of this charity is therefore to help bring the icing on the cake – sports and therapy equipment, garden etc.

December 2nd         Heamoor        Advent

Almighty God, give us grace to cast away the works of darkness and to put on the armour of light, now in this mortal life, in which your Son Jesus Christ came to us in great humility; that on the last day, when he shall come in his glorious majesty to judge the living and the dead, we may rise to the life immortal; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Jerem 33.14-16   1 Thess 3.9-13   Luke 21.25-36

HYMNS   see over

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for the families of Pam Porter and Maggie Robinson (funeral tomorrow at Madron at 2pm),

Heamoor Christmas lights switch on at the pub tomorrow at 6.30pm

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

Magazines for December/January are available at the back

This week sees the start of Madron Feast. See mag for details:

Mon 11am – 1.30am – Grand Feast Bazaar – food and coffee

Mon 7.30pm Feast whist

Tues 6pm Feast Bingo

Thurs 2-4pm – Tea Dance (ideal for beginners)

Fri 7.30pm Quiz at the King William IV

Georgina’s drop-in at St Thomas will happen next on Sunday December 9th from 2-4pm

PZ Orpheus Choir in concert here at 7.30pm ON Sunday December 16th

Beware telephone contact purporting to be from the police about fraudulent activity on your bank account – this is a scam

Brief meeting to decide Christmas collections afterwards

December  2nd            Gulval               Advent

Almighty God, give us grace to cast away the works of darkness and to put on the armour of light, now in this mortal life, in which your Son Jesus Christ came to us in great humility; that on the last day, when he shall come in his glorious majesty to judge the living and the dead, we may rise to the life immortal; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Jerem 33.14-16  1 Thess 3.9-13  Luke 21.25-36

HYMNS     A&M

Christmas Bazaar. We raised around £500, allowing for hall hire charge

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

Evensong is this afternoon at 4pm

We pray for John Parker, Alan Calvert, Peter Friggens and Margaret, for those sleeping out, for our schools preparing for Christmas presentations, for those who find Christmas a struggle, for Madron celebrating their feast.

Beware telephone contact purporting to be from the police about fraudulent activity on your bank account – this is a scam

Songs of Praise service on December 9th. Do let the wardens have your hymn choices ahead of time

The Food Bank needs men’s razors and savoury biscuits.

Tree of Light Service. This will be ON Sunday 16th at 6pm. Do let the wardens know if you would like names included

Magazines for December/January are now available at the back

Georgina’s drop-in at St Thomas will happen next on Sunday December 9th from 2-4pm

Our house lights will be changed to LED ones shortly – more efficient and brighter. The existing bulbs are getting hard to find.