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

March 1st                 Madron                Lent 1

Almighty God whose Son Jesus Christ forty days in the wilderness, and was tempted as we are, yet without sin: give us grace to discipline ourselves in obedience to your Spirit; and, as you know our weakness, so may we know your power to save; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible reading          Matthew 4.1-11

HYMNS     all on the service sheet or numbered there

Welcome to our Special Service today – a celebration of Cornwall and things Cornish, including an opportunity to pray and to reflect on what it means to be Cornish and to be a Christian, as Lent begins

Evening Service is here at 6pm this evening.

We pray for  the future of Cornwall,  for victims of human trafficking, for the containment and treatment of the coronavirus, for all Christians in Lent positively to move closer to God’s will for our lives

Magazines for March are now available at the back

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

Churchyard work party on Friday from 10am-12pm, concentrating on church curtilage and paths. All welcome. Some tools can be provided

Extended choir restarts this week with regular practices at 6pm on Wednesdays at the Old Vicarage (opposite) and Fridays at 9.30pm, each for 45 mins. We would love to welcome you if you would like to join. We practice for special services and even do the occasional concert.

Electoral roll. Forms are now available for anyone who’s joined the church over the past year. Your details will not be passed on to anyone and you will not receive mailshots from us – you will simply be saying you desire to belong !

March 1st                 Heamoor                Lent 1

Almighty God whose Son Jesus Christ forty days in the wilderness, and was tempted as we are, yet without sin: give us grace to discipline ourselves in obedience to your Spirit; and, as you know our weakness, so may we know your power to save; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings    Genesis 2.15-17, 3.1-7      Matthew 4.1-11

HYMNS     all on the service sheet or numbered there

Welcome to our Special Service today – a celebration of Cornwall and things Cornish, including an opportunity to pray and to reflect on what it means to be Cornish and to be a Christian, as Lent begins

Midweek Communion is here as usual on Thursday at 10am.

We pray for the future of Cornwall,  for victims of human trafficking, for the containment and treatment of the coronavirus, for all Christians in Lent positively to move closer to God’s will for our lives

Magazines for March are now available at the back

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

Coffee Morning. A big thank you to those who supported this event yesterday. Our next one will be on April 25th, but our next event is our pre Easter special on March 28th.

Electoral roll. Forms are now available for anyone who’s joined the church over the past year. Your details will not be passed on to anyone and you will not receive mailshots from us – you will simply be saying you desire to belong !

PCC. Liz’s place at St Thomas is vacant from the AGM. Anyone wish to join Peggy to represent our church ? Six meetings a year only. Nomination forms at back of church

March 1st                 Gulval                Lent 1

Almighty God whose Son Jesus Christ forty days in the wilderness, and was tempted as we are, yet without sin: give us grace to discipline ourselves in obedience to your Spirit; and, as you know our weakness, so may we know your power to save; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible readings Genesis 2.15-17,3.1-7   Matthew 4.1-11

HYMNS     A&M    92  300   182   311

Welcome to our service today, where Jo will preach her first sermon here. Next week our Family Service will be a celebration of Cornwall and a chance to pray for it.

Evening Prayer is here this afternoon at 4pm

Midweek Communion will be continuing this Wednesday at 10.30am

We pray for victims of human trafficking, for the containment and treatment of the coronavirus, for all Christians in Lent positively to move closer to God’s will for our lives

House groups continue this week at the usual venues.

Magazines for March are now available at the back

PCC meet on Thursday morning here at 10.30am. Any suggestions for events, things that need doing etc. should be passed on preferably today. Two PCC places will be up for re-election at our AGM and we still have one vacancy to fill – just six meetings per year. Nomination forms at back.

Electoral roll. Forms are now available for anyone who’s joined the church over the past year. Your details will not be passed on to anyone and you will not receive mailshots from us – you will simply be saying you desire to belong !

 

February  23rd         Madron     Sun before Lent      

Almighty Father, whose Son was revealed in majesty before he suffered death upon the cross: give us grace to perceive his glory, that we may be strengthened to suffer with him and be changed into his likeness, from glory to glory; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings     Exodus 24.12-18   Matthew 17.1-9

HYMNS     143    75    6    M35       HC  191

Evening Service is here at 6pm this evening.

Ash Wednesday Communion is here on Wednesday at 7pm

We pray for all who have suffered from floods this week, especially those whose livelihoods have been severely affected, also for residents of Trevaylor and Ponsondane, for couples booking up to get married

Magazines for March are now available at the back

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

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  –  Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm – 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

Thursdays 2pm  – The vicarage

Quiz at the pub for the Playing Field on Friday 28th from 7.30pm. £2 entry

More Social events planned at the Monday meeting:

March  Coffee morning at 6 Tregoddick Close on March 23rd.

April.  Easter Extravaganza(Egtraviganza!) to be held at Caroline’s on the 4th April to take the form of a Cake sale / Easter produce etc.

May.  Caroline’s Cream Teas to be held 20th May. Usual format.

June. Church Fete to be held on the 20th June. Usual format.

July.  Coffee morning 21st July at Mary Laity’s.

August. Tea & Cake to be served on Thursdays during Church Watch

November. “Desert Island discs” format with eg Malcolm and Tim.

Other possible events – sax concert and choir concert

February  23rd      Heamoor       Sun before Lent

Almighty Father, whose Son was revealed in majesty before he suffered death upon the cross: give us grace to perceive his glory, that we may be strengthened to suffer with him and be changed into his likeness, from glory to glory; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings     Exodus 24.12-18   2 Peter 1.16-21    Matthew 17.1-9

HYMNS     143    75    6    M35       HC  191

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

Ash Wednesday Communion is here at 2pm on Wednesday, followed by tea.

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  – Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm  7 Reens Road, Heamoor

Thursdays 2pm  The vicarage

Magazines for March are now available at the back

Coffee Morning next Saturday here from 10.30am. All are welcome.

We pray for all who have suffered from floods this week, especially those whose livelihoods have been severely affected, also for residents of Trevaylor and Ponsondane, for couples booking up to get married

Social events planned for Madron

March.  Coffee morning at 6 Tregoddick Close on March 23rd.

April.  Easter Extravaganza(Egtraviganza!) to be held at Caroline’s on the 4th April to take the form of a Cake sale / Easter produce etc.

May.  Caroline’s Cream Teas to be held 20th May.

June. Church Fete to be held on the 20th June..

July.  Coffee morning 21st July at Mary Laity’s.

August. Tea & Cake to be served on Thursdays during Church Watch

November. “Desert Island discs” format with eg Malcolm and Tim.

Other possible events – sax concert and choir concert

February  23rd          Gulval       Sun before Lent

Almighty Father, whose Son was revealed in majesty before he suffered death upon the cross: give us grace to perceive his glory, that we may be strengthened to suffer with him and be changed into his likeness, from glory to glory; who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible readings     Exodus 24.12-18     Matthew 17.1-9

HYMNS     A&M    7    560   174    559

Ash Wednesday Communion at 7pm on Wednesday here as usual

Midweek Communion will be continuing this Wednesday at 10.30am

We pray for all who have suffered from floods this week, especially those whose livelihoods have been severely affected, also for residents of Trevaylor and Ponsondane, for couples booking up to get married

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  –  Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm  – 7 Reens Road, Heamoor

Thursdays 2pm  – The vicarage

Magazines for March are now available at the back

Please return your Children’s Society boxes – it’s that time of year again. Anyone wanting to have one next year can get one from Roy.

Quiz at King William IV pub in Madron at 7.30pm on Friday evening, for playing field funds

Coffee Morning at St Thomas’ next Saturday at 10.30am

Cornish celebration. Our service on March 8th, following St Piran’s Day on March 5th, will be a Cornish celebration (as advertised in the magazine for Madron the previous week)

Jo, our new curate, will be making her debut at Communion next Sunday

February  16th         Madron     2nd Sun before Lent      

Eternal 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 1.1 – 2.3   Romans 8.18-25   Matthew 6.25-end

HYMNS     281   293   14   303      HC   335

Evening Service is here at 6pm this evening.

We pray for vicitms of the Coronavirus and the floods and storm damage in Yorkshire and elsewhere, for those losing their jobs in Bodmin, for those without transport, for the safety of travellers over Half Term.

Magazines for February are still available at the back or on request. March’s will be out next week.

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

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  –  Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm – 7 Reens Road, Heamoor  (not this week)

Thursdays 2pm  – The vicarage  (not this week)

Social & Fundraising planning meeting – tomorrow  at 2pm at Caroline’s (2 Treneere Lane) to plan the rest of the year. Everyone welcome

The magazine has to be printed earlier this month. Contributions to Helen (or Tim) please by the 10th of this month, please.

Quiz at the pub for the Playing Field on Friday 28th from 7.30pm. £2 entry

Grants are being sought for the toilet conversion, but little success so far. Most require two detailed quotes and our architect has not provided these yet for the churchyard work (only for the road connection work)

February  16th      Heamoor       2nd Sun before Lent

Eternal 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      Romans 8.18-25   Matthew 6.25-end

HYMNS     9.30am  177   335    10am  281   293  388  303

We pray for sufferers of the Corona virus and those who treat them, for flood victims and storm victims, for those losing their jobs in Bodmin, for those without transport, for those living with undiagnosed illnesses, also for Jo as she embraces her new ministry.

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

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  – Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm  7 Reens Road, Heamoor (not this week)

Thursdays 2pm  The vicarage  (NOT this week)

Magazines for February are available at the back or on request. March’s will be out next week.

The window has been repaired with stone paste and you can’t see the join – a really important job. It should actually keep some of the rain out too. The bill has come to around £2150, leaving us around £3k in our St T;s account. I am yet t receive the estimates for painting – outside the church, kitchen and toilets and stairwell (3 separate quotes – we probably won’t be able to afford to do it all in one go)

The heating has been fixed and you’ve probably noticed the system is warmer. It was operating at a lower pressure than it should have been.

Coffee Morning next Saturday here from 10.30am.Note that on Wednesday 26th we will be having our usual Ash Wednesday Communion service followed by tea., All are welcome.

February  16th          Gulval      2nd Sun before Lent

Eternal 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 1.1-2.3    Romans 8.18-25   Matthew 6.25-end

HYMNS     Mission Praise  559  132  133  647   HC  400

We welcome Howard today as our preacher and service taker. In a fortnight Jo will be doing her first service here, either preaching or leading. Helen is playing the organ today. Julia will be back from Tanzania for Palm Sunday.

Midweek Communion will be continuing this Wednesday at 10.30am

We pray for all who are in hospital or awaiting test results, for Coronavirus  and flood victims, for those making decisions over climate change, for those losing their jobs in Bodmin, for truly affordable homes, for those who lack transport to get work, for those coming on holiday over half term, and for Jo’s ministry among us.

House groups continue this week.

Mondays 10am  –  Campbellii, School Lane, Gulval

Wednesdays 7pm  – 7 Reens Road, Heamoor  (not this week)

Thursdays 2pm  – The vicarage  (NOT this week)

Magazines for February are still available at the back or on request. March’s will be out next week.

Please return your Children’s Society boxes – it’s that time of year again. Anyone wanting to have one next year can get one from Roy.

Gift Aid. If you are a tax payer and want to make your giving to the church go further, we can give you a form. We underpaid our Common Fund by £4000 last year –Gift Aiding would help that situation painlessly.