Teach us to number our days aright that we may gain a heart of wisdom.  Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days. Psalm 90 12 – 14

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today for our family service, with various items from members of our Fellowship. We are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by our Minister the Rev Edwin Myers, and the service this evening will be taken by Pastor Kenny Bassett. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. There will be refreshments following the morning service and you are invited to stay behind and have fellowship with others.

Door Steward today is David Cowling this morning and George White this evening.

Church Cleaning for 14th July is to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm The Prayer Meeting leader will be John Couch.

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study taken by Pastor Rodney Orr from FSMC.

Services for 14th July, 2019   

10.15am          Rev Robert Amess. Lord’s Table Servers to be David Cowling and Tony Hollow.

6.00pm            Rev Robert Amess

Door Steward to be Tony Hollow in the morning and Alan Rose in the evening.

Church Cleaning for 21st  July to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicloa Couch.

Flower distribution for 14th July  to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 15th July to be Howard Jenkyn.

Claire continues with chemo, and still thanks the Church for their many prayers. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Leah, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, and Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood, and Joshua Peters who is still very ill. We can give thanks that Margaret Trevorrow is a bit better, but is still having chemo. We should also pray for Carol Gee, Drew Stewart, and Newell Perkin who has now been moved into a Care Home. We must also pray for David Smith who is quite unwell and would value our prayers. There are many in the town who need prayer. William Trevorrow passed away last Sunday, and we remember the family at this sad time.

There will be a service at Trewartha Care Home on this coming Thursday afternoon, 11th July at 11am.

We are invited to a concert by the Matthews family on this coming Thursday evening at 7pm at Fore Street Methodist Church. Twin Harmony will also be taking part. Donations will be gratefully accepted to be divided between the Matthews family and Cancer Research.

This week has been the Annual Methodist Conference which met in Birmingham.  Let us pray that God’s Holy Spirit of Truth spoke at the Conference. Following the conference, there will be opportunity to hear more of the debate on marriage at 3pm on 12th July at Hayle Methodist Church.

Last Week’s collection amounted to £573.23 and £167 for Church Hall costs.

Please also remember your stamps, the proceeds from the sale of these go to the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Our hope and peace are found in Jesus.

Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly. Nor stands in the path of sinners. Nor sits in the seat of the scornful.  But his delight is in the law of the LORD, and in His law he meditates day and night.     Psalm 1.1 – 2

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

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

Church Cleaning for 7th July is to be by William and Gill Barber.

Flower distribution today to be by Janice Perkin.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm The Prayer Meeting leader will be Maurice Jackson.

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study taken by Jason Murfitt representing Grace Baptist Mission and Unevangelised Fields Mission.

Friday at 11am, Ladies Singing Group Practice.

Saturday at 10am, Men’s Singing Group Practice.

Services for 7th July, 2019   

10.15am          Rev Edwin Myers. Family Service with items from members of the Fellowship. There will be refreshments following the service, please stay and have fellowship with others.

6.00pm            Pastor Kenny Bassett with items from the Fellowship.

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

 Church Cleaning for 14th July to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

 Flower distribution for 7th July  to be by Margaret Stevens.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 8th July to be John Couch.

Claire would like to thank the fellowship sincerely. The Consultant this week was amazed. Recent tests show that the cancer in her body and head is no longer there! Praise the Lord! Two years ago she was given a few weeks to live, and we thank the Lord that He heard our many prayers. She still has cancer in her breast bone, and continues with chemotherapy. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Leah, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, and Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood, and Joshua Peters who is still very ill. We can give thanks that Margaret Trevorrow is a bit better, but is still having chemotherapy. We should also pray for Carol Gee, Drew Stewart, William Trevorrow, and Newell Perkin who has now been moved into a Care Home. We must also pray for David Smith who is quite unwell and would value our prayers.

Congratulations to Hannah James who became engaged to Mark during this past week. We wish them every happiness for the future!

Also many Congratulations to Rene’s granddaughter Naomi, who is getting married this weekend in Scotland.  We trust they will have a very happy life ahead of them, and wish them every happiness.

We hear that Joan Tanner now has the key to her new house, and pray that she will have a happy future, living in her new home.

This week is the Annual Methodist Conference in Birmingham. Let us pray for God’s Holy Spirit of Truth to speak and be heard above the voices of self. Following the conference, there will be opportunity to hear more of the debate on marriage. The nearest venue for us will be at 3pm on 12th July at Hayle Methodist Church.

Last Week’s collection amounted to £302.10. Rent of the Hall £32.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Asking God for direction is more than okay – it’s the best.

Beloved, now we are children of God; and it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is.  And everyone who has this hope in him purifies himself just as He is pure. 1 John 3 2& 3

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.  If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by Geraint Richards, and the service this evening will be taken by our minister, the Rev. Edwin Myers. We pray that both the Speakers and 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. There will be a basket at the door to receive offerings for the Food Bank. Lord’s Table Servers to be Alan Rose and Neil Davis.

Door Stewards today are Barry Stevens this morning and Alan Rose this evening.

Church Cleaning for 30th June is to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution today to be by Nancy White.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm, the Prayer Meeting leader will be Alan Rose.

Tuesday at 10.30am, the St Ives Daytime House Group led by Tony Hollow.

Tuesday at 7.30pm, Prayer and Bible Study taken by Andrew Care

Friday at 10.45am, Mens Singing Group Practice.

Friday at 11.30am, Ladies Singing Group Practice.

Services for 30th June, 2019   

10.15am          Tony Hollow

6.00pm            Pastor Edward C Paynter

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

Church Cleaning for 7th July to be by William and Gill Barber.

Flower distribution for 30th June to be by Janice Perkin.

Prayer Meeting Leader to be Maurice

Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton and Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood and Joshua Peters who is very ill. We can give thanks that Margaret Trevorrow is a bit better. Carol Gee is also quite unwell, as is Drew Stewart. We have also been asked to pray for William Trevorrow following his recent heart attack. Also please pray for Newell Perkin who has now been moved into a Care Home. We must also pray for David Smith who has been diagnosed with cancer in his neck, David has had walking and breathing difficulties for some time.

Rendezvous to be held on 29th June, at Scorrier Chapel. The Speaker is to be Richard Brooks, –  Titled  ‘The Christian’s better name’.

Please will you pray for the coming conference in Birmingham from 27th June to 4th July.  A report from the Marriage Relationship Task Force is to be voted on.  May the Holy Spirit ‘intercede for us with groans that words cannot express.’  Romans 8.26.  

Last Week’s collection amounted to £397.25. Rent of the Hall £22.00.

Where does our assessment go?  Please see the Notice Board for the district budget and the Circuit draft budget for 19/20.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

What are you building your life around?

God who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the worlds. Hebrews 1. 1 – 2

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by Pastor Graham Kitts, and the service this evening will be taken by Tony Rowe from FSMC. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward today is Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 23rd June is to be by Pat and Peter James.

Flower distribution today to be by Pat James.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm, the Prayer Meeting leader will be George White.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Church Annual Church General Meeting.

Services for 23rd June, 2019   

10.15am  Geraint Richards

6.00pm  Rev. Edwin Myers. Lord’s Table Servers to be Alan Rose and Neil Davis.

Door Steward to be Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 30th June to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution for 23rd June to be by Nancy White.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 24th June to be George White.

General Church Meeting on the 18th June at 7pm. This is an open meeting to which all who attend the Church are encouraged to attend. Group leaders need to prepare a 2 minute verbal report to be shared at the meeting. This is a very important meeting within the life of the Church as it considers the life and ministry of the Church as it receives the financial position of the Church; any reports of groups and appoints Church Stewards and Church Council members. The current Church Stewards are: Andrew Care, Susan Care, Joel Perkin, Peter James, Stephen Trevorrow and Beth Amess. The current Church Council members are: Doreen Barber, Mary Cowling and Ruth Trevorrow with Maurice Jackson co-opted as a non member. This meeting is crucial for the continuation of the Church’s witness of God’s relevance in St Ives.

Leah is still in need of prayer please continue to pray for her. Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Iris Bidgood, Rita Phillips and Joshua Peters. Margaret Trevorrow is a little better and continues with her treatment. Carol Gee is also quite unwell. Please also pray for Drew Stewart, the son in law of Emileen Williams who attends at FSMC. We have also been asked to pray for William Trevorrow following his recent heart attack. Please pray for Newell Perkin and family. Pray without ceasing!

Our prayers go out to Brenda Jenkyn and family, and also to Howard and Vivien Jenkyn, following the death of Edward last Wednesday. For him ‘it is far better’ but his passing leaves much sorrow. The funeral of Edward is expected to take place in the Chapel at noon on this coming Friday, 21st June.

Congratulations to Robert and Beth Amess who will celebrate their Golden Wedding on this coming Friday. We give thanks to the Lord for His goodness to them over many years.

District Celebration on Sunday 23rd June at 3.00pm in Truro Methodist Church, celebrating 75 years of Methodist Homes and 150 years of Action for Children. Both are great examples of our social responsibility in action. We have a great service planned for this event, with the combined choirs of Truro Methodist, Kenwyn Parish Church and All Saints Parish Church Falmouth. The special guest conductor will be Hugh Morris, Director of the Royal School of Church Music and the organist Philip Davey. The celebration will continue with a cream tea and cakes in the Wesley Hall following the service.

Please will you pray for the coming Conference in Birmingham from 27th June to 4th July. A report from the ‘Marriage Relationship Task Force’ is to be voted on.  May the Holy Spirit ‘intercede for us with groans that words cannot express.’  Rom. 8.26

Elizabeth Veal has been making enquiries about venues for our Christmas Lunch. It is proving to be very difficult, Carbis Bay Hotel is available for us, but the cost this year would be £23 for 3 courses.  ‘2 courses’ is not an option! It seems as if there is nowhere else (with parking, no stairs etc), so Elizabeth would like feedback as to whether she should go ahead with this booking.  Please speak to Elizabeth if you have any different ideas.

This May saw ‘Bespoke Peoples Mission’ weekend ending with ‘Band Tea’ hit St Ives. God had spoken to me (Nathan) over 8 years ago stating that the Band Tea Weekend would be His. We dreamed, prayed, spoke and prophesied His promises over our town and the Island for many years – trusting that ‘The testimony of Jesus IS the Spirit of prophecy’ Rev. 19.10, and that what He says shall come to pass if we – as ambassadors – believe, become, declare and live out what we are supposed to! And I give a huge humble Thank you to you – whatever you did, whether practically, or spiritually, be it prayer or simply believing with us that God has a plan for St Ives. I Thank you! Without our coming together as one, there would be no power or spiritual authority in what we said and did!  God has been waiting……He chooses to get His bride right first before He uses us to change this town/county/nation! Let us guard our hearts and believe that the best is yet to come! To the Glory of Christ our Saviour, For the unity of the Cornish Bride, And the salvation of many souls. Nathan.

The freewill offering last Sunday amounted to £484.20 and £49 for the Church Hall costs.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week

To a world living in the fog of distractions, we bring the light of the good news of Jesus.

Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it;  for the time is near. Rev.1.3

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by our minister, the Rev Edwin Myers,  and the service this evening will be taken by Andrew Cashmore. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward today is Neil Davis.

Church Cleaning for 16th June is to be by Trish and Maurice Jackson.

Flower distribution today to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm, the Prayer Meeting leader will be Joel Perkin.

Tuesday at 10.30am in the Chapel, the St Ives Day House Group led by Tony Hollow.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by Ken Trestrail speaking on Ezekiel, second of 2 sessions.

Thursday at 11am, service at Trewartha Care Home, Carbis Bay.

Friday at 2pm, Ladies Choir Practice.

Services for 16th June, 2019   

10.15am  Pastor Graham Kitts.

6.00pm  Tony Rowe from Fore Street Methodist Church, St Ives.

Door Steward to be Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 23rd June to be by Pat and Peter James.

Flower distribution for 16th June to be by Pat James.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 17th June to be George White.

General Church Meeting on the 18th June at 7pm. This is an open meeting to which all who attend the Church are encouraged to attend. Group leaders need to prepare a 2 minute verbal report to be shared at the meeting. This is a very important meeting within the life of the Church as it considers the life and ministry of the Church as it receives the financial position of the Church; any reports of groups and appoints Church Stewards and Church Council members. The current Church Stewards are: Andrew Care, Susan Care, Joel Perkin, Peter James, Stephen Trevorrow and Beth Amess. The current Church Council members are: Doreen Barber, Mary Cowling and Ruth Trevorrow with Maurice Jackson co-opted as a non member. This meeting is crucial for the continuation of the Church’s witness of God’s relevance in St Ives.

Leah is still in need of prayer please continue to pray for her. Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Iris Bidgood, Rita Phillips and Joshua Peters. Margaret Trevorrow is a little better and continues with her treatment. Carol Gee is also quite unwell. Please also pray for Drew Stewart, the son in law of Emileen Williams who attends at FSMC. We have also been asked to pray for William Trevorrow following his recent heart attack. Please pray for Newell Perkin and family. Pray without ceasing!

Our prayers go out to Brenda Jenkyn and family, and also to Howard and Vivien, following the death of Edward last Wednesday. For him ‘it is far better’ but his passing leaves much sorrow.

Please will you pray for the coming Conference in Birmingham from 27th June to 4th July. A report from the ‘Marriage Relationship Task Force’ is to be voted on.  May the Holy Spirit ‘intercede for us with groans that words cannot express.’  Rom. 8.26

Elizabeth Veal has been making enquiries about venues for our Christmas Lunch. It is proving to be very difficult, Carbis Bay Hotel is available for us, but the cost this year would be £23 for 3 courses.  ‘2 courses’ is not an option! It seems as if there is nowhere else (with parking, no stairs etc), so Elizabeth would like feedback as to whether she should go ahead with this booking.  Please speak to Elizabeth if you have any different ideas.

This May saw ‘Bespoke Peoples Mission’ weekend ending with ‘Band Tea’ hit St Ives. God had spoken to me (Nathan) over 8 years ago stating that the Band Tea Weekend would be His. We dreamed, prayed, spoke and prophesied His promises over our town and the Island for many years – trusting that ‘The testimony of Jesus IS the Spirit of prophecy’ Rev. 19.10, and that what He says shall come to pass if we – as ambassadors – believe, become, declare and live out what we are supposed to! And I give a huge humble Thank you to you – whatever you did, whether practically, or spiritually, be it prayer or simply believing with us that God has a plan for St Ives. I Thank you! Without our coming together as one, there would be no power or spiritual authority in what we said and did!  God has been waiting……He chooses to get His bride right first before He uses us to change this town/county/nation! Let us guard our hearts and believe that the best is yet to come! To the Glory of Christ our Saviour, For the unity of the Cornish Bride, And the salvation of many souls. Nathan.

The freewill offering last Sunday amounted to £375.95 and £130 for the Church Hall costs.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week

God gives us time – to prepare for eternity!

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.  I will say of the Lord, ‘ He is my refuge and my fortress.  My God in Him I will trust.’ Psalm 91.1 – 2

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by Lester Scott and the service this evening will be taken by Pastor Rodney Orr from Fore Street Methodist Church, St Ives. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. There will be refreshments served after the morning service – please stay and have fellowship with others.

Door Steward today is Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 9th June is to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm, the Prayer Meeting leader will be Howard Jenkyn.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by Ken Trestrail speaking on Ezekiel, first of 2 sessions.

Thursday 6th June at 7:30pm, Sankey evening at Hellesveor Methodist Church, led by the St. Ives Male Voice Praise Choir.

Saturday 8th June, 2:30 pm to 4:30pm, Charity Cream Tea at the Salvation Army to be held in aid of HOPELINK. Hopelink is a charity set up by Rodney and Ahmor Orr to help educate and care for, very poor children in the Philippines.

Services for 9th June, 2019   

10.15am  Rev. Edwin Myers.

2:30pm  Pentecost Service at Gwennap Pit, music by Cornwall Worship.

6.00pm  Andrew Cashmore from Fore Street Methodist Church, St Ives.

Door Steward to be Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 16th June to be by Trish and Maurice Jackson.

Flower distribution for 9th June to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 10th June to be Joel Perkin.

General Church Meeting on the 18th June at 7pm. This is an open and important meeting to which all are encouraged to attend. Group leaders need to prepare a 2 minute verbal report to be shared at this General Church Meeting.

Edward Jenkyn still needs prayer as he has to go for dialysis three times per week. Leah is also still in need of prayer please continue to pray for her. Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Iris Bidgood, Rita Phillips and Joshua Peters. Margaret Trevorrow is a little better and continues with her treatment. Carol Gee is also quite unwell. Please also pray for Drew Stewart, the son in law of Emileen Williams who attends at FSMC. We have also been asked to pray for William Trevorrow following his recent heart attack. Please pray for Newell Perkin and family. Pray without ceasing!

 I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to all who gave of their time and energy in supporting the events of the Band Tea, especially to those who opened the Church and served Cream Teas. It is greatly appreciated. Blessings! Edwin.

Please will you pray for the coming Conference in Birmingham from 27th June to 4th July. A report from the ‘Marriage Relationship Task Force’ is to be voted on.  May the Holy Spirit ‘intercede for us with groans that words cannot express.’  Rom. 8.26

Elizabeth Veal has been making enquiries about venues for our Christmas Lunch. It is proving to be very difficult, Carbis Bay Hotel is available for us, but the cost this year would be £23 for 3 courses.  ‘2 courses’ is not an option! It seems as if there is nowhere else (with parking, no stairs etc), so Elizabeth would like feedback as to whether she should go ahead with this booking.  Please speak to Elizabeth if you have any different ideas.

The freewill offering last Sunday amounted to £540.11 and £44 for the Church Hall costs.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week

Kind words can lift a heavy heart!

O come, let us worship and bow down.  Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker.  For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, and the sheep of His hand (under His care) Today if you will hear His voice.  Do not harden your hearts. Psalm 95.6 – 7

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The service this morning will be taken by Andrew Care and the service this evening will be taken by our Minister, the Rev. Edwin Myers. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. At 3.00pm today, United open air service on the Island for a time of worship, gospel message and coming together for all local churches. If WET then this event will take place at the Bible Christian Chapel in St Peters Street.

Door Stewards today are Tony Hollow this morning and Alan Rose this evening.

Church Cleaning for 2nd June is to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution today to be by Janice Perkin.

Notices for the week ahead  

Bank holiday Monday May 27th , 11am-4pm. BAND TEA!!!! on the Island above Porthmeor Beach ( where it used to be held). Excited to be working with churches throughout the area…
FREE ENTRY- LIVE BANDS- FOOD – BOUNCY CASTLE- SURF SIMULATOR-CREAM TEAS-CREATIVE PRAYER SPACE- And So Much More..!!!!!
So excited for Live music from, Wild Wood Kin, Josh Curnow, The Claze, And more….

Tuesday at 10:30am, Daytime House Group led by Tony Hollow.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by Alan Rose.

Wednesday at 7:30pm, St Ives House Group at the home of Maggie and Neil Davis.

Wednesday at 7:30pm, Carbis Bay House Group at the home of Sue and Andrew Care.

Friday at 2pm, Ladies Choir Practice.

Services for 2nd June, 2019   

10.15am  Lester Scott.

6.00pm  Pastor Rodney Orr from Fore Street Methodist Church, St Ives.

Door Steward to be Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 9th June to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

Flower distribution for 2nd June to be by Margaret Stevens.

We give thanks that Edward Jenkyn came home from hospital on Thursday.  He still needs prayer as he faces a different future! Leah is still in need of prayer. Please continue to pray for her. There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Iris Bidgood, Rita Phillips and Joshua Peters. Margaret Trevorrow is a little better and continues with her treatment. Carol Gee is also quite unwell. Pray without ceasing! Please also pray for Drew Stewart, the son in law of Emileen Williams who attends at FSMC. We have also been asked to pray for William Trevorrow following his recent heart attack.  He is still in Treliske, and expected to move to Derriford.   Pray without ceasing!

Philip and Caroline Rodda are organising the teas for the Band Tea on The Island on Bank Holiday Monday, and are seeking help. If you are available for just an hour anytime between 11am and 4pm, please contact Philip or Caroline on 01736791588, or 07966325724, or at perodda@aol.com.

Please will you pray for the coming Conference in Birmingham from 27th June to 4th July. A report from the ‘Marriage Relationship Task Force’ is to be voted on.  May the Holy Spirit ‘intercede for us with groans that words cannot express.’  Rom. 8.26

There will be a Pentecost Service at Gwennap Pit on Sunday 9th June at 3m. Music by Cornwall Worship starting at 2:30pm.

The freewill offering last Sunday amounted to £580.11 and £37 for the Church Hall costs.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week

Kind words can lift a heavy heart!

It is good to give thanks to the Lord, and to sing praises to your name, O most High.  To declare your loving kindness in the morning, and your faithfulness every night. Psalm 92. 1 – 2

We are pleased that you are able to join with us today, as we are here to worship our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church. The services this morning and evening will be taken by the Rev. Robert Amess. We pray that both the Speaker and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. The Lord’s Supper will form part of the service this evening, and all who love the Lord are invited to join with us at this special time. Lord’s Table Servers to be Andrew Care and George White.

Door Stewards today are David Cowling this morning and George White this evening.

Church Cleaning for 26th May is to be by Gill and William Barber.

Flower distribution today to be by Nancy White.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm, Prayer Meeting led by John Couch.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by Pastor Chris Wallis from the Vine Elim Church.

Services for 26th May, 2019   

10.15am  Andrew Care.

3.00pm  United open air service on the Island for a time of worship, gospel message and coming together for all local churches. If WET then this event will take place at the Bible Christian Chapel in St Peters Street.

6.00pm  Rev. Edwin Myers.

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

Church Cleaning for 2nd May to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution for 26th May to be by Janice Perkin.

We give thanks that Edward Jenkyn came home from hospital on Thursday.  He still needs prayer as he faces a different future! Leah is still in need of prayer. Please continue to pray for her. There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire is still going on steadily. Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Iris Bidgood, Rita Phillips and Joshua Peters. Margaret Trevorrow is very poorly with her treatment ongoing. Carol Gee is also quite unwell. Pray without ceasing! Please also pray for Drew Stewart, the son in law of Emileen Williams who attends at FSMC.

Many Congratulations to Magdalene Berg who has passed her grade 7 in ‘flute’.

There will be a Ladies Choir Practice in the Chapel at 2pm on 31st May.

Philip and Caroline Rodda are organising the teas for the Band Tea on The Island on Bank Holiday Monday, and are seeking help. If you are available for just an hour anytime between 11am and 4pm, please contact Philip or Caroline on 01736791588, or 07966325724, or at perodda@aol.com.

On Saturday 25th May, we would like to open the Chapel for Tea/Coffee from 12 noon to 3.30pm.

Meeting at Heartlands on this coming Thursday at 7.45pm. Speaker to be John Blanchard. Title – Where is God when things go wrong?

Please get involved by working and praying for the events during this coming week and the Bank Holiday. 

The freewill offering last Sunday amounted to £495.52 and £124 for the Church Hall costs.The Easter offering in aid of the World Mission Fund of the Methodist Church in Britain amounted to £66.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week

May we find grace to walk in the Master’s steps.

Pray God of Justice, you have given us the chance to vote. Help us to reflect and use our votes wisely to tackle injustice where we see it, and to pray for countries where people do not have the opportunity to vote.
God of Love, you tell us to love our neighbours as ourselves. Help us to participate in elections in ways which demonstrate our love for our neighbour, and to wrestle with what the common good means for us today.
God of Transformation, you have called some people to put themselves forward as candidates. Help them as we debate their ideas for a better world and support them as they experience the strain and privilege of election. We ask these things in the name of your son Jesus Christ, Amen.