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September 15th       Madron        Harvest

Almighty God, you search us and know us: may we rely on you in strength, and rest on you in weakness, now and in all our days, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Welcome to our Harvest Services today. Our loose offerings are going to the charity Mary’s Meals, who set up school canteen sin Africa and elsewhere to feed children who otherwise would have to leave school to beg. It is a small charity with few overheads. 7p per day is all it takes to feed one child. Local farmers grow the food and parents run the canteens

Harvest Evensong is here today at 6pm

Harvest Supper is on Thursday at 7pm in Landithy Hall. Let Caroline know if you are coming – list at back; also a list of those offering specific food items.

Thanks to all those who helped decorate the church so beautifully Village Lunch next Saturday – names to Madge

The boiler work is done and it is operating with hot radiators but a new gas pipe and meter are still awaited.

Our Prayer meeting at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm – 7pm

Guild of Ringers Service at 4pm next Saturday

Magazines for September are still available at the back

We pray for Hilda Johns (David’s funeral is on Friday at Mousehole Chapel at 2pm), for malnourished children and adults, for the preservation of our rain forests, for those without access to safe drinking water, and for our own farming and fishing communities.

The Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups. It has been very busy over the summer

House groups resume on October 7th – a series prepared by Howard on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now.

September  15th            Heamoor            Trinity 13

Almighty God, who called your Church to bear witness that you were in Christ, reconciling the world to yourself: help us to proclaim the good news of your love, that all who hear it may  be drawn to you; through him who was lifted up on the cross, and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   1 Timothy 1.12-17    Luke 15.1-10

HYMNS    9.30am  10   190      10am    82   360   155   282

Welcome to our double service today of short Family Service , followed by short Communion

Midweek Communion is on Thursday at 10.00am as usual. We are often only two or three – do join us. Said service around thirty five minutes.

Our Prayer meeting here at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm – 7pm

Guild of Ringers Service at 4pm next Saturday in Madron

Magazines for September are still available at the back

We pray for Hilda Johns (David’s funeral is on Friday at Mousehole Chapel at 2pm), for malnourished children and adults, for the preservation of our rain forests, for those without access to safe drinking water, and for our own farming and fishing communities.

The Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups. It has been very busy over the summer

House groups resume on October 7th – a series prepared by Howard/Tim on themes from God’s journeying people in Exodus applied to us now. New venue at Gulval on Mons 10am – Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval (next to Village Hall )

Pet Service on Sept 29th at 2pm in Madron churchyard.

Madron’s Harvest Supper is at Landithy Hall this Thursday at 7pm. See Caroline (over the road) if you’d like to come.

September  15th           Gulval            Trinity 13

Almighty God, who called your Church to bear witness that you were in Christ, reconciling the world to yourself: help us to proclaim the good news of your love, that all who hear it may  be drawn to you; through him who was lifted up on the cross, and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   1 Timothy 1.12-17   Luke 15.1-10

HYMNS   A&M  372   444  197   311   HC 106

Our thanks to John for playing for us today. Roger King will be playing for Harvest

Holy Communion is here as usual at 10.30am on Wednesday

Harvest posters and invitation cards are available at the back – do help yourself

September magazines are still at the back– full details of harvest etc.

Posters and invitations to our Harvest on Sunday 22nd will be available next week for you to take at the back. Do invite your friends, family etc.

Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups

PCC met on Thursday (1) Harvest Collections will be for Mary’s meals. Fruit & veg brought for harvest will go to people’s homes but packets and tins will go to the food bank (2) Alan Calvert’s funeral has given us £1224 – there is more lighting to be done (changed) and a new altar frontal will be four figures. We also have under pew heaters – we are experimenting with the first one in the choir stalls. If successful, others will be in the front pews. (3) We have paid another £5000 MMF.(4) We will be joining the chapel for their anniversary on Dec 1st to make up for not joining them for Harvest.

Guild of Ringers Service at 4pm next Saturday in Madron

We pray for Hilda Johns (David’s funeral is on Friday at Mousehole Chapel at 2pm), for malnourished children and adults, for the preservation of our rain forests, for those without access to safe drinking water, and for our own farming and fishing communities.

House Groups begin again the week beginning Oct 7th at Marj’s

 

September 8th            Madron            Trinity 12

Almighty and everlasting God, you are always more ready to hear than we to pray and to give more than either we desire or deserve: pour down upon us the abundance of your mercy, forgiving us those things of which our conscience is afraid and giving us those good things which we are not worthy to ask but through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

Bible Readings     Psalm 139.1-7   Luke 14.25-33

HYMNS    M37   M5    M28   M29     HC  M13

We welcome you to our service of prayers for healing today – do look at the back of this notice sheet

Evensong will be back here today at 6pm

Our Prayer meeting resumes this week at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm

Magazines for September are still available at the back

PCC met this week. (1) We have paid £25k so far in MMF (2) We will join with the chapel for their harvest festival this year (3) the boiler work is done but we await a new gas meter and bigger pipe  (4) Our Harvest giving will be to Mary’s meals (meals for school children in Africa etc who would otherwise leave schools to beg for food) – info at back

We pray for  Beauden baptised last week, for our politicians, for those affected by the hurricanes this last week, and for Christian women and girls in Africa and elsewhere kidnapped into forced marriage/conversion

Posters and invitations to our Harvest on Sunday 15th are still available for you to take at the back. Do invite your friends, family etc.

Harvest decoration of the church from 9.30am next Saturday. Autumn colours

Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups

 

September  8th            Heamoor            Trinity 12

Almighty and everlasting God, you are always more ready to hear than we to pray and to give more than either we desire or deserve: pour down upon us the abundance of your mercy, forgiving us those things of which our conscience is afraid and giving us those good things which we are not worthy to ask but through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

Bible Readings   Deuter’y 30.15-end   Philemon 1-20     Luke 14.25-33

HYMNS    M37   M5    M28   M29     HC  M13

We welcome you to our service of prayers for healing today – do look at the back of this notice sheet

Our thanks to those who brought gifts on Gift Day and to those who gave generously to the Mary’s Meals Charity – we raised over £140 – that would feed 2000 children on one day. Thanks too for your support of all our activities over a long weekend and for the Matthews family

Midweek Communion is on Thursday at 10.00am as usual

Magazines for September are still available at the back

Our Prayer meeting resumes this week at Heamoor on Tuesday at 6.30pm

We pray for our politicians, for those affected by the hurricanes this last week, and for Christian women and girls in Africa and elsewhere kidnapped into forced marriage/conversion

Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups

PCC met this week. (1) We have paid £25k so far in MMF (2) We have £5457 in our St Thomas fund (3) Our Gift Day realised £240 (4) We will try to get cash help for our window from Cornwall Historic churches

 

September  8th           Gulval            Trinity 12

Almighty and everlasting God, you are always more ready to hear than we to pray and to give more than either we desire or deserve: pour down upon us the abundance of your mercy, forgiving us those things of which our conscience is afraid and giving us those good things which we are not worthy to ask but through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

Bible Reading    Luke 14. 25-33

HYMNS   Mission Praise   631   151   302  sheet   543

Holy Communion is here as usual at 10.30am on Wednesday

Welcome to our Family Service and especially to Cleo who is to be baptised today. Welcome to all her family, godparents and friends. John Philpotts will be playing the organ next Sunday.

Harvest posters and invitation cards are available at the back – do help yourself

September magazines are at the back– full details of harvest etc.

We pray for our politicians, for those affected by the terrible weather in the Bahamas/USA, for schools and holiday makers returning, for Christian women and girls kidnapped in Africa and elsewhere, often for forced marriage/conversion

PCC meeting has been changed from Wednesday this week to Thursday at 10.00am

Posters and invitations to our Harvest on Sunday 22nd will be available next week for you to take at the back. Do invite your friends, family etc.

Foodbank is short of most things esp cleaning products, jams, meat soups

PCC will have to decide on a Harvest charity to support – suggestions welcome

 

September 1st            Madron            Trinity 11

God of glory, the end of our searching, help us to lay aside all that prevents us from seeking your kingdom, and to give all that we have to gain the pearl beyond all price, through our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen

Bible Readings     Hebrews 13.1-8,15-16      Luke 14.1,7-14

HYMNS    263   M50    327   323     135

We welcome Marney and Gareth today as they bring their son Beauden to be baptised. Welcome too to their godparents, families and friends

Evensong will be at Heamoor today at 6pm to coincide with their Harvest

Our Prayer meeting is suspended this week due to Harvest Supper at Heamoor

Crying the Neck is at the field at Boswarthen at 6.30pm on Friday next (6th September), followed by short service in church + refresh’ts from 7pm

Our advertised Healing Service will be next week, with communion

Magazines for September are still available at the back

PCC meet this Wednesday at 7pm in the Forget me Not Room. Agenda items welcome – we will be discussing remarriage in church

The Foodbank is short of shampoo, jam and tinned fruit and veg

St Thomas Harvest Supper begins at 6.30pm on Tuesday. Pasties and puddings plus musical entertainment from Jenna & Morwenna Matthews

We pray for Bishop Chris as he prepares to move (farewell service on Saturday 14th), and for Christians made homeless, kidnapped or killed by Boko Haram in Chad, Niger and Cameroon, for those returning to school.

Posters and invitations to our Harvest on Sunday 15th are available for you to take at the back. Do invite your friends, family etc.

September 1st                Trinity 11            Heamoor

God of glory, the end of our searching, help us to lay aside everything that prevents us from seeking your kingdom, and to give all that we have so as to gain eternal life, the pearl beyond all price, through our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen

We welcome you to our harvest festival service today, where your donated groceries will go to individuals in the parish, the food bank and the breakfast project. Our collection is for Mary’s meals

Harvest Evening Prayer is here today at 6pm

Harvest Supper is on Tuesday. Names to Sarah, please, and offers of desserts welcome. Music from Jenna and Morwenna Matthews

Distribution of harvest produce from 9.30am here tomorrow. All welcome

Our thanks to those who brought gifts on Gift Day – they will go towards the restoration of our West window

Midweek Communion is on Thursday at 10.00am as usual

The PCC meet on Wednesday at 7pm in the Forget me Not Room, Madron.

Magazines for September are available at the back

The Foodbank is short of shampoo, jam and tinned fruit and veg

We pray for Bishop Chris as he prepares to move (farewell service on Saturday 14th), and for Christians made homeless, kidnapped or killed by Boko Haram in Chad, Niger and Cameroon

Our Prayer meeting is suspended this week due to Harvest Supper

Crying the Neck is at the field at Boswarthen at 6.30pm on Friday next (6th September), followed by short service in church + refresh’ts from 7pm

September 1st           Gulval            Trinity 11

God of glory, the end of our searching, help us to lay aside all that prevents us from seeking your kingdom, and to give all that we have to gain the pearl beyond all price, through our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen

Bible Readings   Hebrews 13.1-16      Luke 14.1-14

HYMNS   Mission Praise   560    612   sheet    496

Holy Communion is here as usual at 10.30am on Wednesday

Welcome to our service of Communion with healing. Howard’s sermon today will give an overview of healing in Luke the doctor’s gospel.

Evening Prayer will be here today at 4pm and on the 22nd at 4pm (for Harvest)

September magazines are at the back– full details of harvest etc.

We pray for farmers and fishermen in a climate of uncertainty, for our PM and cabinet, for church leaders to have a prophetic voice, for victims of abuse or street crime, for the fight against drugs, for Cleo to be baptised next Sunday, and for Christians made homeless, kidnapped or killed by Boko Haram in Chad, Niger and Cameroon, for those returning to school.

Magazines for September are now available at the back

Crying the Neck is at the field at Boswarthen at 6.30pm on Sat 6th September, followed by short service in church + refresh’ts from 7pm

Charity Coffee Morning at the village hall on Thurs 5th Sept from 10-12pm in aid of Blood Bikes (motor bikes taking blood to hospitals)

PCC meeting has been changed from Wed 11th Sept to Thurs 12th at 10.00am

The Foodbank is short of shampoo, jam and tinned fruit and veg

Posters and invitations to our Harvest on Sunday 22nd will be available next week for you to take at the back. Do invite your friends, family etc.