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October  14th               Madron              Trinity  20 

Almighty God, the giver of life, whose Holy Spirit wells up within your Church: equip us by the Spirit’s gifts to live the gospel of Christ and make us eager to do his will, that we may share with the while creation the joys of eternal life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Job 23.1-9,16-end     Mark 10.17-31                                                                                            HYMNS     259   310  151  M31   HC  307

Welcome to our Iona Communion service today

Evensong is here tonight at 6pm

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

All Saints. On November 4th we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who have had funerals in our church this last year.

Thanks to those who supported our churchyard work day yesterday. See board in the porch for the next two.

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘Chronicles – not History but our history with God’

Magazines for October are still available at the back

Food bank needs toiletries and cleaning products currently, please

Feast Planning Meeting at 6.30pm THIS Friday in the Forget me Not Room – ideas for Feast celebration s and offers of help welcome.

Shoebox Appeal leaflets/empty boxes/contents are available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

Next Sunday will be Trafalgar Sunday so do get here early. The vicarage is available for limited parking. There will be a rehearsal for sidesmen the day before at 4pm as usual

 

October 14th                Heamoor               Trinity 20

Almighty God, the giver of life, whose Holy Spirit wells up  within your Church: equip us by the Spirit’s gifts to live the gospel of Christ and make us eager to do his will, that we may share with the while creation the joys of eternal life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Amos 5.6-7, 10-15     Mark 10.17-31                                                                                            HYMNS     259   310  151  M31     HC  307

Welcome to our special communion from Iona today.

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for those affected by the hurricane in the USA last week, also   for those at risk of suicide, especially young people, for Sylvia M’s mother in Texas, for Beryl’s family (funeral – Thurs 11am)

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

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense   of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘Chronicles – not History but our history with God’.

Magazines for October are still available at the back

Thanks to those who supported our Coffee Morning yesterday. Our next one will be the pre-Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 17th November

Shoebox Appeal leaflets are available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

All Saints. On November 4th we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who  have had funerals in our church this last year.

Food bank needs toiletries and cleaning products currently, please

 

October 14th              Gulval                  Trinity 20

Almighty God, the giver of life, whose Holy Spirit wells up within your Church: equip us by the Spirit’s gifts to live the gospel of Christ and make us eager to do his will, that we may share with the while creation the joys of eternal life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Bible Readings   Mark 10.17-31                                                                                                                                        HYMNS     327     25    456     624    295

Welcome to our service today, a celebration of carers of all kinds. St Luke’s day is later this week.

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘ Chronicles – not History but our history with God’

Magazines for October are still available at the back

We pray for those affected by the latest hurricane in America, for those at risk of suicide, especially young people and all with fragile mental health, for our local health care professionals in surgeries and hospitals and for home carers

Shoebox Appeal leaflets are still available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

All Saints. On November 4th we will be celebrating All Saints and will be remembering all those who have lost loved ones and esp’y those who have had funerals in our church this last year.

Food bank needs toiletries and cleaning products currently, please

Feast is coming up on November 11th. Rev Karsten Wedgwood from St Jus and Pendeen will be our preacher.

New communion setting. We hope to start learning this soon, while we have Cameron to help us learn it

 

October  7th               Madron              Trinity  19 

Almighty God, without you we are not able to please you; mercifully grant that your Holy Spirit may in all things direct and rule our hearts; 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   Genesis 2.18-22      Mark 10.2-16

HYMNS     15   25   M29   19  130

Evensong is here tonight at 6pm

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

We pray for those who work in hospitals and surgeries, also for medical workers with charities and relief organisations overseas; we pray for more to train and for the future of hospital beds in Cornwall, also for Margaret J.

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘Deuteronomy – God cuts a deal with us’

Monday 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Wed 7pm – 7 Reens Rd, Heamoor

Thurs 2pm – The Vicarage, Madron

Magazines for October are still available at the back

Coffee Morning at St Thomas’ on Saturday next, October 13th

Feast Planning Meeting at 6.30pm on Friday October 19th in the Forget me Not Room – ideas for Feast celebration s and offers of help welcome.

Shoebox Appeal leaflets are available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

Watch out for door to door salesmen persuading you to buy a new mattress; also for those offering roof and garden services

 

October 7th                Heamoor               Trinity 19

Almighty God, without you we are not able to please you; mercifully grant that your Holy Spirit may in all things direct and rule our hearts; 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   Genesis 2.18-24 Hebrews 1.1-4, 2.5-12    Mark 10.2-16                                                              HYMNS    15   25   M29   19  130

Welcome to our special service celebrating carers of all kinds.

Midweek Communion is at 10am on Thursday morning as usual

We pray for the families of Jean Roff (Memorial service here on Friday at 11.30am), Beryl Martin (Wesley Rock at 11am on Thurs 18th) and Ruth Blakemore (TBA), all formerly of Heamoor, also those who work in hospitals and surgeries, also for medical workers with charities and relief organisations overseas; we pray for more to train and for the future of hospital beds in Cornwall.

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

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘ Deuteronomy – God cuts a deal with us’

Monday 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Wed 7pm – 7 Reens Rd, Heamoor

Thurs 2pm – The Vicarage, Madron

Magazines for October are still available at the back

Our next Coffee Morning will be on Saturday next, October 13th

Shoebox Appeal leaflets are available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

Watch out for door to door salesmen persuading you to buy a new mattress; also for those offering roof and garden services

 

October 7th              Gulval                  Trinity 19

Almighty God, without you we are not able to please you; mercifully grant that your Holy Spirit may in all things direct and rule our hearts; 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   Genesis 2.18-24 Hebrews 1.1-4, 2.5-12    Mark 10.2-16                                                                  HYMNS                                                     HC

Welcome to our service of communion today. Next week our Family Service will be a celebration of carers of all kinds. St Luke’s day is later this month.

Evening Prayer is here this afternoon at 4pm

Midweek Communion is on Wednesday at 10.30am as usual

House Groups continue this week on the theme of ‘How to make sense of the Old Testament’. Each week we will look at a different book and see how it reveals its message as we go along. Same venues and times as usual: This week – ‘Deuteronomy – God cutting a deal with us’

Monday 10am 10 Trythogga Rd, Gulval

Wed 7pm – 7 Reens Rd, Heamoor

Thurs 2pm – The Vicarage, Madron

Magazines for October are still available at the back

We pray for the family of Margaret Simkiss (funeral on Tuesday at 11am in church), also for the people of Indonesia, for the bereaved, trapped, injured and vulnerable.

Shoebox Appeal leaflets are available at the back – help yourself. Boxes will be received on the first Sunday of November.

Watch out for door to door salesmen persuading you to buy a new mattress; also for those offering roof and garden services