A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path; it was trampled on, and the birds of the air ate it up. Some fell on rock, and when it came up, the plants withered and died because they had no moisture. Other seed fell among thorns, which grew with it and choked the plants. Luke 8.5 – 7.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Service this morning and evening will be taken by the Revd. Derek Cleave from Bristol. We pray that both the Speaker and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. The Lord’s Supper will follow the service this morning and all who love the Lord are invited to join with us at this special time. There is a basket in the foyer to receive gifts for the Food Bank. Lord’s Table Servers to be Sam Lawry and David Cowling.

Door Steward: Howard Jenkyn.

Flower Distribution is to be by Pat James.

Church Cleaning for 7th October to be by Trish and Maurice Jackson.

NOTICES FOR THE COMING WEEK.

Tuesday 2nd October in the Schoolroom at 10.30am. Bible Study to be led by Tony Hollow.

Tuesday 2nd October in the Schoolroom at 7.30pm. Prayer and Bible Study leader to be Pastor Tim Dennick from Zion Community Church.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 7th October.

10:15am – Ken Trestrail.       

6:00pm – Revd. Alastair Bolt, our Superintendent Minister.

Door Steward: Neil Davis.

Flower Distribution is to be by Nancy White.

Church Cleaning for 14th October to be by Pat and Peter James.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary Parson, Ted and Margaret, Elizabeth, Margaret and David, Vera, Jimmy Barber and Vanessa, and Ron Watkins. Claire is going on steadily. Allie, the daughter of Martin Hagget is to start a course of 3 months chemo on 9th October. Please keep praying. Iris Bidgood is due to have a hip replacement on Tuesday. Please pray, as she is not very well. Also pray for Paul and Debbie Trevorrow.

Please would everyone give a telephone number of someone to be contacted in the event of an accident, to Mary Cowling.  This list will be kept at the Chapel for use in an emergency! If you have previously given a contact number to Mary, can you please check that it has not changed – this often happens if the person changes their phone.

We are very grateful to everyone who contributed in any way to our Harvest Festival. Those who received gifts of fruit and flowers from the Harvest were very pleased to receive the gifts, and thankful to have visitors. The total giving for the Harvest amounted to £2300.05 (£1630 in gift envelopes) for which we thank the Lord.

Bible Christian Chapel Christmas Dinner 2018. Please remember to give your choice of menu with £10 per person to Ruth. The names should be in by today, Sunday 30th September please.

Shoe box Appeal Leaflets are available in the foyer and shoeboxes in the Sunday School Room. £5.00 per box has been suggested by Samaritans Purse to cover project costs, including transportation. Please bring boxes to Chapel by Sunday 4th November. If you are unable to fill a shoebox, donations would be gratefully received.

The ‘Big Breakfast’ at FSMC last week raised just over £1000 for Cancer Research.  Thank you to everyone who supported this outreach.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekGod gives us time – to prepare for eternity!

A farmer went out to sow his seed.  As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path; it was trampled on, and the birds of the air ate it up. Some fell on rock, and when it came up, the plants withered and died because they had no moisture. Luke 8.5 – 6

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today at our Harvest Thanksgiving. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Service this morning will be taken by the Revd. Robert Amess and the service this evening will be taken by our Minister, the Revd. Edwin Myers. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Stewards: Tony Hollow this morning and Alan Rose this evening.

Flower Distribution is to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Church Cleaning for 30th September to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

NOTICES FOR THE COMING WEEK.

On Monday afternoon, the Harvest Gifts will be distributed by the men from the fellowship.

Tuesday 25th September in the Schoolroom at 7.30pm. Prayer and Bible Study leader to be Pastor Rodney Orr.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 30th September.

10:15am – Revd. Derek Cleave. Lord’s Table Servers to be Sam Lawry and David Cowling.       

6:00pm – Revd. Derek Cleave.

Door Steward: Howard Jenkyn.

Flower Distribution is to be by Pat James.

Church Cleaning for 7th October to be by Trish and Maurice Jackson.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary (Parsons) Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, Jimmy Barber and Vanessa, Allie, and Ron Watkins. Elizabeth was taken ill at the Choir Practice, and needs our prayers, that she will soon be feeling much better. Claire is going on steadily. Iris Bidgood is not very well, and needs our prayers. She is due to have a hip replacement on 2nd October. Pray for Paul and Debbie Trevorrow as they go through this difficult time. Debbie is very poorly!

The Chapel would like to thank all those who made our Harvest so enjoyable. In particular to Mary for decorating the Chapel and also Janice for the lovely display of flowers. Also, thanks to the many who contributed and helped at the Harvest Supper.

You are invited to a meeting of Rendezvous to be held at 7.30pm on 29th September, at Scorrier Methodist Church. Speaker to be Brian Edwards – ‘Praying for Revival.’.

After Elizabeth’s trouble on Monday, it came apparent that there should be a list of contact numbers for every person in the Chapel.  Please would everyone give a telephone number of someone to be contacted in the event of an accident, to Mary Cowling. This list will be kept at the Chapel for use in an emergency! If you have previously given a contact number to Mary, can you please check that it has not changed – this often happens if the person changes their phone.

Chapel Christmas Dinner 2018. This year we will be going to Carbis Bay Hotel on Sunday 16th December at 12.30pm for lunch at 1 o’clock.  A £10 deposit per head is required when ordering (to be paid to Elizabeth by the end of September). Balance to be paid by end of November. Everyone is welcome!

Redecoration of Chapel. The cost of redecorating, outside and some inside will cost £6840. We have £4000 towards this (2 years of gift aid, gifts already received and gifts given in memory of loved ones).  The gifts received at Harvest will go towards this project.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekJesus provides an oasis of grace in the desert of trials!

A farmer went out to sow his seed.  As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path; it was trampled on, and the birds of the air ate it up. Luke 8.5

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Service this morning will be taken by the Revd. Edwin Myers and the service this evening will be taken by the Revd. Robert Amess. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. The Lord’s Supper will follow the service this evening, and all who love the Lord are invited to join with us at this special time. A basket for money to be given to the ‘Food Bank’ will be in the foyer. Lord’s Table Servers to be Barry Stevens and Alan Rose.

Door Stewards: David Cowling this morning and George White this evening.

Flower Distribution is to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Church Cleaning for 23rd September to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

NOTICES FOR THE COMING WEEK.

Monday 17th September in the Chapel at 10am. Ladies Choir Practice.

Tuesday 18th September at 10am in the Schoolroom. Daytime House Group to commence the studies in the Psalms, commencing with Psalm 20.    

Tuesday 18th September in the Schoolroom at 7.30pm. Prayer and Bible Study leader to be Pastor Kenny Bassett.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 23rd September. Harvest Festivsl.

10:15am – Revd. Robert Amess.

6:00pm – Revd. Edwin Myers.

Door Stewards: Tony Hollow in the morning and Alan Rose in the evening.

On Monday afternoon, the Harvest Gifts will be distributed by the men from the fellowship. 

Church Cleaning for 30th September to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary (Parsons) Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, and Jimmy Barber and Vanessa, Allie, and Ron Watkins. Claire is going on steadily. Pray for Paul and Debbie Trevorrow as they go through this difficult time.

Congratulations to Friedrich on passing his driving test. He goes off to University on the 22nd. Pray that he does well and makes good friends there – hopefully in the Christian Community!

The Chapel will be open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week from 11.30am to 3.00pm. There will be a presentation of ‘Images of West Cornwall showing. A chance to anyone passing by to sit and relax for a while. Maurice will be here and will appreciate anyone’s company!

The Chapel would like to thank Trish and all her helpers (in any capacity) for their hard work over the past week.  Likewise, Trish would like to thank all those who helped and supported in any of the Outreach this past week.

At the Harvest Supper Concert on this coming Saturday at 7pm, the St Ives Praise Choir will be singing. We always enjoy their singing, and this will be followed by a pasty supper in the Schoolroom. Please come and enjoy the evening. All money given at the Harvest Service will go towards the redecoration of the Chapel.

For Harvest next week, please hand any money for the flowers and pasties to Doreen, as soon as possible.

Please will any ladies who are able, come to the Chapel at 2pm on Saturday 22nd September, to help decorate the Chapel.

Chapel Christmas Dinner 2018. This year we will be going to Carbis Bay Hotel on Sunday 16th December at 12.30pm for lunch at 1 o’clock.  A £10 deposit per head is required when ordering (to be paid to Elizabeth by the end of September). Balance to be paid by end of November. Everyone is welcome!

Redecoration of Chapel. The cost of redecorating, outside and some inside will cost £6840. We have £4000 towards this (2 years of gift aid, gifts already received and gifts given in memory of loved ones).  The gifts received at Harvest will go towards this project.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekGrace and mercy are unearned blessings!

Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. 1 Timothy 4.12.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Service this morning will be taken by Rev Robert Amess and the service this evening will be taken by Deacon Stephen Richardson. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. Tea and Coffee will be served after the morning service. Please stay and enjoy fellowship with others.

Door Stewards: Barry Stevens this morning and Alan Rose this evening.

Flower Distribution is to be by Margaret Stevens.

Church Cleaning for 16th September to be by Gill and William Barber.

NOTICES FOR THE COMING WEEK.

Tuesday 11th September in the Schoolroom at 7.30pm. Prayer and Bible Study leader to be Andrew Care. This meeting will include our part in 100 days of prayer for SASRA

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 16th September.

10:15am – Revd. Edwin Myers.

6:00pm – Revd. Robert Amess.

Door Stewards: David Cowling in the morning and George White in the evening.

Flower Distribution by Ruth Trevorrow.

Church Cleaning for 23rd September to be by Susan and Andrew Care.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary (Parsons) Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, and Jimmy Barber and Vanessa. Claire update! MRI scan showed that the cancer in her brain is clear on both sides – even the Doctor cannot believe it! Prayer works! She still continues with chemo on other parts of her body tomorrow. Don’t forget to pray for Allie. Ron Watkins is not well and needs prayer. Pray for Paul and Debbie Trevorrow as they go through this difficult time.

Paul and Friedrich go off to University this week.  Pray that they do well and make good friends there – hopefully in the Christian Community!

There will be a service at Trewartha Care Home in Carbis Bay at 11am on Thursday this week.  Please come and join the singing!

Notice from Zion Church. We are holding a Harvest Service at St Martin’s Home (Camborne) on this coming Friday at 3pm. If anyone would like to join with us, they would be most welcome. Please arrive at 2.30pm.

There will be a Choir practice for the Ladies on Monday 17th September at 10am in the Chapel. Please try to attend as we will be learning new pieces for Harvest!

Chapel Christmas Dinner 2018. This year we will be going to Carbis Bay Hotel on Sunday 16th December at 12.30pm for lunch at 1 o’clock.  A £10 deposit per head is required when ordering (to be paid to Elizabeth by the end of September). Balance to be paid by end of November. Everyone is welcome!

Redecoration of Chapel. The cost of redecorating, outside and some inside will cost £6840. We have £4000 towards this (2 years of gift aid, gifts already received and gifts given in memory of loved ones).  The gifts received at Harvest will go towards this project.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park.

The church is planning an Outreach at the time of the Town’s September Festival. We are trying to fit in with the theme of the Festival’s Arts/Crafts. These will take place in the Church Hall.

Monday 10th, 3pm to 5pm. Celebrate with a festival cream tea.

Tuesday 11th at 2.00pm. ‘SEASIDE CRAFTS’ see and do with a workshop in craft.

Thursday 13th at 11.30am. Hear and see how the early artists put the colour into old St Ives.

This is an opportunity for the whole church to be involved, there is something you can do and I would like to encourage you all to think about this. PRAY! Bring along someone you know. Chat to people.  Help with coffee/teas, washing up, even drying a few cups. A really important thing is to encourage and support everyone by your presence. If you can help in any way, please contact Trish Jackson.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekJesus’ arms of welcome are always open!

West Cornwall Circuit Inaugural Service, Sunday 2nd September, 6.30pm at Chapel Street Methodist Church Penzance.

Welcome Service for Revd Alastair Bolt as Superintendent Minister, for Revd Edwin Myers and for Deacon Stephen Richardson as they begin their ministry with us, and a celebration of the new West Cornwall Circuit. Revd Steve Wild will lead the service, and there will be refreshments.

For I am the Lord, your God, who takes hold of your right hand and say to you, ‘Do not fear, I will help you. Do not be afraid.’ Isaiah 41.13

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Services this morning and evening will be taken by the Revd Edgar Daniel. We pray that both the Speaker and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Stewards: Barry Stevens this morning and Alan Rose this evening.

Flower Distribution is to be by Janice Perkin.

6:30pm tonight at Chapel Street Penzance, Welcome Service for Revd. Alistair Bolt as Superintendent Minister, for Revd. Edwin Myers and for Deacon Stephen Richardson as they begin their ministry with us, and a celebration of the new Cornwall Circuit Revd. Steve Wild will lead the service, and there will be refreshments.

Church Cleaning for 9th September to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

NOTICES FOR THE COMING WEEK.

Tuesday 4th September at 7.30pm. We will go to Redruth Baptist Church for the West Cornwall Convention.                                        

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 9th September.

10:15am – Revd. Robert Amess. Lord’s Table Servers to be Barry Stevens and Sam Lawry. Tea and coffee will follow the service.

6:00pm – Deacon Stephen Richardson.

Door Stewards: Barry Stevens in the morning and Alan Rose in the evening.

Flower Distribution by Margaret Stevens.

Church Cleaning for 16th September to be by Gill and William Barber.

There will be a Choir practice for the Ladies on Friday 14th September at 2pm in the Chapel. Please try to attend as we will be learning new pieces for Harvest!

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary (Parsons) Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, and Jimmy Barber and Vanessa. Claire is going on steadily. Don’t forget to pray for Allie. Ron Watkins is not well and needs prayer. Also Debbie Trevorrow is not at all well. Pray for her and the family.

Chapel Christmas Dinner 2018. This year we will be going to Carbis Bay Hotel on Sunday 16th December at 12.30pm for lunch at 1 o’clock.  A £10 deposit per head is required when ordering (to be paid to Elizabeth by the end of September). Balance to be paid by end of November. Everyone is welcome!

Redecoration of Chapel. The cost of redecorating, outside and some inside will cost £6840. We have £4000 towards this (2 years of gift aid, gifts already received and gifts given in memory of loved ones).  The gifts received at Harvest will go towards this project.

100 days of prayer for SASRA. We will take part in this on Tuesday 11th September – it will form part of Tuesday night meeting.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park!

Revd. Edwin Myers and his family are settling into the Manse in Carbis Bay, but find there are one or two jobs that need attending to. If anyone is able to help with fixing double glazing, mending a leak in the bathroom or building an outside step, please contact Karen Curnow or Revd. Edwin Myers.

The church is planning an Outreach at the time of the Town’s September Festival. We are trying to fit in with the theme of the Festival’s Arts/Crafts. These will take place in the Church Hall.

Monday 10th, 3pm to 5pm. Celebrate with a festival cream tea.

Tuesday 11th at 2.00pm. ‘SEASIDE CRAFTS’ see and do with a workshop in craft.

Thursday 13th at 11.30am. Hear and see how the early artists put the colour into old St Ives.

This is an opportunity for the whole church to be involved, there is something you can do and I would like to encourage you all to think about this. PRAY! Bring along someone you know. Chat to people.  Help with coffee/teas, washing up, even drying a few cups. A really important thing is to encourage and support everyone by your presence. If you can help in any way, please contact Trish Jackson.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekKeeping the faith, means trusting God to faithfully keep you.

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41.10.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Service this morning will be taken by Tony Hollow, and the Service this evening will be taken by Alan Rose. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward: Joel Perkin.

Flower Distribution is to be by Janice Perkin.

The Final Service for the St. Ives circuit will be held this afternoon at 3.30pm in the St Erth chapel, led by the Revd. Steven Wild.

There will be a Choir practice for the Ladies on Friday 31st August at 2pm in the Chapel. Please try to attend as we will be learning new pieces for Harvest!

Church Cleaning for 2nd September to be by Pat and Peter James.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 2nd September.

10:15am – Revd. Edgar Daniel.

6:00pm – Revd. Edgar Daniel.

Door Stewards: Joel Perkin.

Flower Distribution by Janice Perkin.

6:30pm at Chapel Street Penzance, Welcome Service for Revd. Alistair Bolt as Superintendent Minister, for Revd. Edwin Myers and for Deacon Stephen Richardson as they begin their ministry with us, and a celebration of the new Cornwall Circuit Revd. Steve Wild will lead the service, and there will be refreshments

Church Cleaning for 9th September to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Please remember Mary (Parsons), Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, Jimmy  and Vanessa. Claire is going along steadily, but we still do not know he MRI results.

There have been excellent exam results recently. Georgina has had a successful first year at Cardiff. Paul and Friedrich with their A levels.  Paul will be going to Manchester to study Biology, and Friedrich is off to Bristol to study Russian and Philosophy.  Congratulations also go to Olivia on her AS level results, and Magdalene on her GCSEs.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park! The UBM have been given permission to use the car park each evening when they need it, other than Sunday and Monday.

Revd. Edwin Myers and his family are settling into the Manse in Carbis Bay, but find there are one or two jobs that need attending to. If anyone is able to help with fixing double glazing, mending a leak in the bathroom or building an outside step, please contact Karen Curnow or Revd. Edwin Myers.

The church is planning an Outreach at the time of the Town’s September Festival. We are trying to fit in with the theme of the Festival’s Arts/Crafts. These will take place in the Church Hall.

Monday 10th, 3pm to 5pm. Celebrate with a festival cream tea.

Tuesday 11th at 2.00pm. ‘SEASIDE CRAFTS’ see and do with a workshop in craft.

Thursday 13th at 11.30am. Hear and see how the early artists put the colour into old St Ives.

This is an opportunity for the whole church to be involved, there is something you can do and I would like to encourage you all to think about this. PRAY! Bring along someone you know. Chat to people.  Help with coffee/teas, washing up, even drying a few cups. A really important thing is to encourage and support everyone by your presence. If you can help in any way, please contact Trish Jackson.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekOnly God is worthy of our adoration and devotion.

But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary they will walk and not faint. Isaiah 40. 31.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Services both morning and evening will be taken by the team from the United Beach Mission. They are doing a wonderful work on our beaches, and we must continue to pray for them each day. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward: Neil Davis.

Flower Distribution is to be by Nancy White.

Church Cleaning for 26th August to be by Trish and Maurice Jackson.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 26th August.

10:15am – Tony Hollow.

The Final Service for the St. Ives circuit will be held this afternoon (Sunday, 26th August) at 3.30pm in the St Erth chapel, led by the Revd. Steven Wild.

6:00pm – Alan Rose.

Door Stewards: Joel Perkin.

Flower Distribution by Janice Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 2nd September to be Pat and Peter James.

Please remember to pray for Mary (Parsons), Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, and Jimmy and Vanessa. Claire is still waiting for the MRI results, so please remember this in your prayers. Allie had her operation on Monday, and all went well.  It is possible that she will need chemotherapy after her recovery from the operation.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park! The UBM have been given permission to use the car park each evening when they need it, other than Sunday and Monday.

Revd. Edwin Myers and his family are settling into the Manse in Carbis Bay, but find there are one or two jobs that need attending to. If anyone is able to help with fixing double glazing, mending a leak in the bathroom or building an outside step, please contact Karen Curnow or Revd. Edwin Myers. 

There will be a Choir practice for the Ladies on 31st August at 2pm in the Chapel. Please try to attend as we will be learning new pieces for Harvest!

We are invited to a Welcome Service for Revd. Alistair Bolt as Superintendent Minister, for Revd. Edwin Myers and for Deacon Stephen Richardson as they begin their ministry with us, and a celebration of the new Cornwall Circuit on Sunday 2nd September at 6.30pm at Chapel Street Methodist Church Penzance. Revd. Steve Wild will lead the service, and there will be refreshments.

The church is planning an Outreach at the time of the Town’s September Festival. We are trying to fit in with the theme of the Festival’s Arts/Crafts. These will take place in the Church Hall.

Monday 10th, 3pm to 5pm. Celebrate with a festival cream tea.

Tuesday 11th at 2.00pm. ‘SEASIDE CRAFTS’ see and do with a workshop in craft.

Thursday 13th at 11.30am. Hear and see how the early artists put the colour into old St Ives.

This is an opportunity for the whole church to be involved, there is something you can do and I would like to encourage you all to think about this. PRAY! Bring along someone you know. Chat to people.  Help with coffee/teas, washing up, even drying a few cups. A really important thing is to encourage and support everyone by your presence. If you can help in any way, please contact Trish Jackson.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekLet us thank God for His countless blessings!

He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.  Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall. Isaiah 40;.29-30.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Services both morning and evening will be taken by folk from the United Beach Mission. They are doing a wonderful work on our beaches, and we must continue to pray for them each day. We pray that both the Speakers and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward: Howard Jenkyn.

Flower Distribution is to be by Pat James.

There will be a Choir practice for the Ladies on 17th August at 2pm in the Chapel. Please try to attend as we will be learning new pieces for Harvest!

Church Cleaning for 19th August to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 19th August.

10:15am – United Beach Mission.

6:00pm – United Beach Mission.

Door Stewards: Neil Davis.

Flower Distribution by Nancy White.

Church Cleaning for 26th August to be Trish and Maurice Jackson.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for.  Please remember Mary (Parsons), Ted and Margaret, Margaret and David, Vera, and Jimmy Barber and Vanessa. Claire had an MRI scan on her head on Friday, but continues to be fairly well.  Allie should be having her operation this week.  Please pray that all will go well.  The four children are only young and need prayer as well as Allie.

If anyone feels they would like to lead the worship before the services, please speak to Peter James.

Will folk please note that the car parking space at the Church Hall is only to be used for Church related activities. Sometimes people have come to clean the Chapel (or other duties) and have not been able to park! The UBM have been given permission to use the car park each evening when they need it, other than Sunday and Monday.

Revd Edwin Myers and his family are settling into the Manse in Carbis Bay, but find there are one or two jobs that need attending to. If anyone is able to help with fixing double glazing, mending a leak in the bathroom or building an outside step, please contact Karen Curnow or Revd. Edwin Myers. 

The Final Service for the St. Ives circuit will be held on Sunday, 26th August at 3.30pm in the St Erth chapel, and will be led by the Revd. Steven Wild.

We are invited to a Welcome Service for Revd. Alistair Bolt as Superintendent Minister, for Revd. Edwin Myers and for Deacon Stephen Richardson as they begin their ministry with us, and a celebration of the new Cornwall Circuit on Sunday 2nd September at 6.30pm at Chapel Street Methodist Church Penzance. Revd. Steve Wild will lead the service, and there will be refreshments.

The church is planning an Outreach at the time of the Town’s September Festival. We are trying to fit in with the theme of the Festival’s Arts/Crafts. These will take place in the Church Hall.

Monday 10th, 3pm to 5pm. Celebrate with a festival cream tea.

Tuesday 11th at 2.00pm. ‘SEASIDE CRAFTS’ see and do with a workshop in craft.

Thursday 13th at 11.30am. Hear and see how the early artists put the colour into old St Ives.

This is an opportunity for the whole church to be involved, there is something you can do and I would like to encourage you all to think about this. PRAY! Bring along someone you know. Chat to people.  Help with coffee/teas, washing up, even drying a few cups. A really important thing is to encourage and support everyone by your presence. If you can help in any way, please contact Trish Jackson.

Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.

All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.

Thought for the WeekGod’s faithfulness extends to all generations!