We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. Romans 8.28

We are pleased that you are able to join with us, 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 led by Roger Rule and the service this evening will be led by Tony Jasper.  We pray that both Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord

Door Steward today is Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 3rd March is to be by William and Gill Barber.

Flower distribution today to be by Pat James.

Notices for the week ahead  

 Prayer Meeting leader tomorrow at 7pm will be George White

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study meeting led by Andrew Care

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Pastor Kenny Bassett

Thursday at 7.30pm St Ives House Group at the home of Neil and Maggie Davis.

Services for 3rd March, 2019

10.15          Geraint Richards

6.00             Robert Amess

 Door Steward to be Neil Davis.

               Church Cleaning for 10th March to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

                Flower distribution to be by Nancy White.

Monday, 4th March at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Alan Rose.

On the first Saturday of every month, there is an open prayer meeting from 10am until 2pm at Fore Street Methodist.  At recent joint churches gathering, it was thought to have this around different churches in St Ives/Carbis Bay.  If you want to know what is involved, you are welcome to pop in at the next one in March.

 Please pray for Edward Jenkyn.  He is in hospital having had a hip replacement, but is not at all well.  Also pray for Leah, she has had her operation cancelled once again, and is due now to have it on 3rd March.  Please pray that it will not be cancelled again.  It is very worrying for a child, and also the family!  There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire had a full body scan on Thursday and more blood tests on Friday – hoping to have more treatment on Monday.  Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber and Ron Watkins. Also pray for;   Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens and Iris Bidgood.  Pray without ceasing! The list of those to pray for seems to get longer each week.  We can thank the Lord that we are well and able to pray for others not so fortunate!

Please also pray for Joshua Peters the 14year old great grandson of Lilian Stevens who has had surgery and is receiving treatment.  We have not heard how he is, but a brain tumour is a serious problem!

There will be a special Prayer Meeting for United Beach Missions at the bookshop in Zion Community Church from 9am until 10am on Wednesday, 27th February.  Please try to get there to pray for this wonderful work that goes on in our town.

Dr R.T Kendall formally of Westminster Chapel will be visiting us on Saturday and Sunday the 9th and 10th of March. Saturday 7pm with the St Ives Male Praise Choir. The subjects he will be covering are Forgiveness, Prayer and the Holy Spirit.

Pastor Tomasz Chylka from Poland will be visiting us on Tuesday 12th March at 7.30pm followed by refreshments in the Church Hall. Tomasz is active in evangelism, with a special ministry to drug addicts, and also co-ordinates the mission school in Ruptawa. If you are able to help with the refreshments, please let Susan Care know.

Please also remember your stamps for the sale of these go to the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the Week The closer we walk with God, the clearer we see His guidance!

In all your ways acknowledge HIM and HE will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3.6

We are pleased that you are able to join with us, 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 led by Rev Derek Cleave from Bristol. We pray that both Speaker and 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 David Cowling and Tony Hollow

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

7pm tonight there will be a joint service at St John in the Field with ‘One Heart’ and the Rev. Edwin Myers as the speaker.

Church Cleaning for 24th February is to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution today to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Notices for the week ahead  

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

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study meeting led by Lester Scott.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Pastor Tim Dennick.

Wednesday at 7.30pm, Carbis Bay House Group at the home of Sue and Andrew Care.

Services for 17th  February, 2019.

10.15am      Roger Rule.

6pm             Tony Jasper.

Door Steward to be Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 3rd March to be by Gill and William Barber.

Flower distribution to be by Pat James.

Monday, 18th February at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be George White.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire is to have a full body scan on Thursday and more blood tests on Friday. Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford., Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins. Also pray for Elizabeth Veal as she recovers from her nose operation, she has had a rough time!  Edward Jenkyn is in hospital having tests.  Jane Perkin has had a fall this week. Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens, Iris Bidgood. We hear that Leah is to go to hospital on the 19th February for her heart operation.  This is a big operation, but we can trust our God! Pray without ceasing! Please also pray for Joshua Peters the 14 year old great grandson of Lillian Stevens who has had surgery for a brain tumour and is receiving treatment. The list of those to pray for seems to get longer each week.  We can thank the Lord that we are well and able to pray for others not so fortunate! Continued prayer is needed for the state of this country;  that the Prime Minister and all the members of Parliament will seek the help of God.  For our comfort, we know that God is still in control.

There will be a special Prayer Meeting for United Beach Missions at the bookshop in Zion Community Church from 9am until 10am on 27th February.  Please try to get there to pray for this wonderful work that goes on in our town.

Starting on 3rd March there will be refreshments served on the first Sunday morning of the month, after the morning service.

We are invited to the Rendezvous meeting to be held at 7.30pm at Camborne Community Church on 23rd February.  Speaker to be Pastor Rodney Orr.

On the first Saturday of every month, there is an open prayer meeting from 10am until 2pm at Fore Street Methodist Chapel.  At recent joint churches gathering, it was thought to have this around different churches in St Ives/Carbis Bay.  If you want to know what is involved, you are welcome to pop in at the next one in March.

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

Thought for the Week: Prayer moves the hand that moves the world!

I will give thanks to you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.  Your works are wonderful.  My soul knows that very well. Psalm 139.14

We are pleased that you are able to join with us, on our Chapel Anniversary.  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 led by Pastor Andrew Chapple from Redruth Baptist Church and the service this evening will be led by our Superintendent Minister, the Revd. Alistair Bolt. We pray that both Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Tonight, George Verwer (founder of Operation Mobilisation)  is speaking at Fore Street Chapel, St Ives at 6pm.

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

Church Cleaning for 17th February is to be by Pat and Peter James.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Notices for the week ahead  

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

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

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study meeting led by Pastor Andrew Chapple, the final of his 3 evenings from the book of Nahum.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Ahmor Orr.

Services for 17th  February, 2019.

10.15am           Derek Cleave.

6pm             Derek Cleave.

7pm there will be a joint service at St John in the Field with ‘One Heart’ and the Rev. Edwin Myers as the speaker.

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

Church Cleaning for 24th February to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Monday, 18th February at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Joel Perkin.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire, has had a good week.  She has a MRI scan scheduled for tomorrow (Monday). Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford., Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens, Iris Bidgood. We hear that Leah is to go to hospital on the 19th February for her heart operation.  This is a big operation, but we can trust our God! Pray without ceasing! Please also pray for Joshua Peters the 14 year old great grandson of Lillian Stevens who has had surgery for a brain tumour and is receiving treatment.

There will be a service at Trewartha Care Home Carbis Bay on this coming Thursday at 11am.  Please try and support this outreach.  Some of the old folk love to hear the singing – some drop off to sleep, but the Carers often listen!

Continue to pray for those from our country who are called to serve the Lord abroad, as heard at the ‘Cornwall  Missions Conference’ yesterday.  We may not have had the privilege to be called, but we can pray for those who have.

Continued prayer is needed for the state of this country;  that the Prime Minister and all the members of Parliament will seek the help of God.  For our comfort, we know that God is still in control.

On the first Saturday of every month, there is an open prayer meeting from 10am until 2pm at Fore Street Methodist Chapel.  At recent joint churches gathering, it was thought to have this around different churches in St Ives/Carbis Bay.  If you want to know what is involved, you are welcome to pop in at the next one in March.

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

Thought for the Week: Grace and mercy are unearned blessings!

Yours O Lord is the greatness, the power and the glory,  the victory and the majesty;  for all that is in heaven and in earth is Yours.  Yours is the kingdom, O Lord, and You are exalted as head over all. 1 Chronicles 29.11

We are pleased that you are able to join with us.  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 led by Pastor Edward C Paynter and the service this evening will be led by the Rev. Edwin Myers.   We pray that both 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.  Lord’s Table servers to be George White and Joel Perkin.  There will be a basket in the foyer to help the Food Bank.

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

Church Cleaning for 10th February is to be by Maurice and Trish Jackson.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Notices for the week ahead  

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

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study meeting led by Pastor Andrew Chapple, the second of his 3 evenings from the book of Nahum.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Lester Scott.

Wednesday at 7.30pm, St Ives House Group at the home of Neil and Maggie Davis.

Wednesday at 7.30pm, Carbis Bay House Group at the home of Andrew and Sue Care.

Services for 10th  February, 2019. Chapel Anniversary.

10.15           Pastor Andrew Chapple from Redruth Baptist Church. Followed by refreshments in the Chapel.

6.00             Rev. Alistair Bolt

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

Church Cleaning for 17th February to be by Peter and Pat James.

Flower distribution to be by Margaret Stevens.

Monday, 11th February at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Howard Jenkyn.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire, has had a good week.  She has no more treatment until end of February.  She had a birthday yesterday – which she did not expect to see.  We can give thanks for this.   Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford., Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens, Iris Bidgood, Leah and family.  Pray without ceasing! Please also pray for Joshua Peters the 14 year old great grandson of Lilian Stevens who has had surgery for a brain tumour and is receiving treatment.

The gifts given at Jane Perkin’s birthday party for Cancer research amounted to £178. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

Called to the Nations Missions Conference

by Empathy International

Date and Time

Sat, 9 February 2019

09:00 – 20:30 GMT

Location

The Engine House Church

Cardrew Way

Redruth

TR15 1SS

“Called to the Nations” is a packed 1 day overseas missions conference which was born out of a vision, desire and passion to help every follower of Jesus play their own unique part in the Great Commission. Many international missionary organisations will be there through the day promoting their work and sharing how to get involved.

There will be many opportunities to sign up for life changing short term overseas trips. “It was on one of these trips 10 years ago that I felt God speak to me through Psalm 90:12, ‘Teach me to number my days and use them wisely’ which results in our family serving in Loas, SE Asia among the rural poor hill tribes” Andrew from Redruth. On Instagram @empathy.poor

The day will include a free breakfast and tea and coffee throughout the day. For a more detailed breakdown of the days events including the missions organisation that will be there on the day please check the “Called to the Nations” website: https://www.calledtothenations.org.uk/ and stay up-to-date through our facebook page @calledtothenationsuk

Schedule

9-10am Doors open 9am for FREE breakfast, tea, coffee & missions stand mingle until 10am

10am-11am Worship and Martin Hall (OM) will be sharing on “Hope for Islam”

11am-11:30am Tea & Coffee and Mission Stand Mingle

11:30-12:30pm Emmanuel Entee (YWAM) will be sharing on “Equip for Missions”

12:30-1:30pm Tea & Coffee & Mission Stand Mingle

3pm Afternoon film screening – End of the Spear

6pm-7pm Tea & Coffee & Mission Stand Mingle

7pm-8:30pm Worship & George Verwer will be sharing on “Called to the Nations”

FAQs 

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email servingseasia@gmail.com will any questions.

On Sunday 10th February, George Verwer (founder of Operation Mobilisation)  is speaking at Fore Street Chapel, St Ives at 6pm.

Continued prayer is needed for the state of this country;  that the Prime Minister and all the members of Parliament will seek the help of God.  For our comfort, we know that God is still in control.

On 17th February, at 7pm there will be a joint service at St John in the Field with ‘One Heart’ and the Rev. Edwin Myers as the speaker.

On the first Saturday of every month, there is an open prayer meeting from 10am until 2pm at Fore Street Methodist Chapel.  At recent joint churches gathering, it was thought to have this around different churches in St Ives/Carbis Bay.  If you want to know what is involved, you are welcome to pop in at the next one in March.

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

Thought for the Week: Kind words can lift a heavy heart.

Know that the Lord is GOD.  It is He who made us, and we are HIS people, the sheep of HIS pasture. Psalm 100.3

We are pleased that you are able to join with us. 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 led by Rev Robert Amess, and the service this evening will be led by our Deacon, the Rev. Stephen Richardson. We pray that both Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. There will be refreshments in the Chapel following the morning service.  Please stay for fellowship with others.

Door Steward this morning is Barry Stevens and this evening will bn Alan Rose.

Church Cleaning for 3rd February is to be by Rachel Berg and Nicola Couch.

Flower distribution today to be by Janice Perkin.

Notices for the week ahead  

Prayer Meeting leader tomorrow at 7pm will be John Couch.

Tuesday St Ives House Group led by Tony Hollow at 10.30am

Tuesday at 7.30pm Prayer and Bible Study meeting led by Pastor Andrew Chapple from Redruth Baptist Church., his subject will be Nahum.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Pastor Andrew Chapple from Redruth Baptist Church.

Services for 3rd February, 2019   

10.15am     Junior Church

10.15           Pastor Edward Paynter

6.00             Rev Edwin Myers, Lord’s Table Servers to be George White and Joel Perkin.

Door Steward to be Alan Rose.

Church Cleaning for 10th February to be by Maurice and Trish Jackson.

Flower distribution to be by Margaret Stevens.

Monday, 4th February at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Howard Jenkyn.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire, has had a heavy cold this, and has not been too good.  Her sister is a little better, so Mum has gone back to stay with her.   Please remember Mary Parsons, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens, Iris Bidgood, Leah and family.  Pray without ceasing!

Please pray for Joshua Peters who has had surgery for a brain tumor and is receiving treatment. He is the 14-year-old great grandson of Lilian Stevens.

Called to the Nations Missions Conference

by Empathy International

Date and Time

Sat, 9 February 2019

09:00 – 20:30 GMT

Location

The Engine House Church

Cardrew Way

Redruth

TR15 1SS

“Called to the Nations” is a packed 1 day overseas missions conference which was born out of a vision, desire and passion to help every follower of Jesus play their own unique part in the Great Commission. Many international missionary organisations will be there through the day promoting their work and sharing how to get involved.

There will be many opportunities to sign up for life changing short term overseas trips. “It was on one of these trips 10 years ago that I felt God speak to me through Psalm 90:12, ‘Teach me to number my days and use them wisely’ which results in our family serving in Loas, SE Asia among the rural poor hill tribes” Andrew from Redruth. On Instagram @empathy.poor

The day will include a free breakfast and tea and coffee throughout the day. For a more detailed breakdown of the days events including the missions organisation that will be there on the day please check the “Called to the Nations” website: https://www.calledtothenations.org.uk/ and stay up-to-date through our facebook page @calledtothenationsuk

Schedule

9-10am Doors open 9am for FREE breakfast, tea, coffee & missions stand mingle until 10am

10am-11am Worship and Martin Hall (OM) will be sharing on “Hope for Islam”

11am-11:30am Tea & Coffee and Mission Stand Mingle

11:30-12:30pm Emmanuel Entee (YWAM) will be sharing on “Equip for Missions”

12:30-1:30pm Tea & Coffee & Mission Stand Mingle

3pm Afternoon film screening – End of the Spear

6pm-7pm Tea & Coffee & Mission Stand Mingle

7pm-8:30pm Worship & George Verwer will be sharing on “Called to the Nations”

FAQs 

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email servingseasia@gmail.com will any questions.

Continued prayer is needed for the state of this country;  that he Prime Minister and all the members of Parliament will seek the help of God.  For our comfort, we know that God is still in control.

Gracious God, We pray for our MP’s, government and parliamentary processes; that there would be a respectful dialogue which is based on listening attentively, not shouting louder.  We lift to you those in our communities who are anxious for change and those who are fearful for their futures.  Heal our divisions with your gift of peace that surpasses all human understanding.  In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.       Amen

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

Thought for the Week: A moment of patience can prevent a great disaster.

For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations. Psalm 100.5

We are pleased that you are able to join with us. 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 led by Rev Robert Amess, and the service this evening will be taken by Rev Edwin Myers. We pray that both Speakers 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 Alan Rose and Andrew Care. There is a basket in the foyer for the Food Bank, to help those in need.

Door Steward today is Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 27th January 2019 is to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution today to be by Nancy White

Notices for the week ahead

Prayer Meeting leader tomorrow at 7pm will be Maurice Jackson.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be the Rev Robert Amess.

Wednesday at 7.30pm St Ives House Group at Maggie and Neil’s home.

Wednesday at 7.30pm Carbis Bay House Group at Sue and Andrew’s home.

Services for 27th January, 2019

10.15am     Rev Robert Amess. There will be tea and coffee served after the service. Do stay and have fellowship with others.

 6.00 pm     Deacon Stephen Richardson.

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

Church Cleaning for 3rd February to be by Rachel Hollow and Nicola Couch.

Flower distribution to be by Janice Perkin.

Monday, 28th January at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be John Couch.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire, although feeling very tired has had a better week following treatment on Monday.  She is still looking after her mother, as her sister is still very poorly.   Please remember Mary Parsons, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stevens, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Please keep praying!  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Betty Stevens and Iris Bidgood.

Please continue to pray for Leah and family, as they wait to hear when the heart surgery will go ahead.  Waiting is always difficult – especially when a child is involved.

We wish Jane a very Happy Birthday for this coming Friday, when she will be 80 years young!  We hope she has a really happy day.

Churches Together, Cornwall are holding a daily 30 minute service at 11.30am each day from 18th to 25th January, 2019 (except Sunday) at Truro Methodist Church.  Please let people know about this, and if they should be in Truro during this period, they would be very welcome.

This evening at 7pm there is a Combined Churches service at St John in the Field Church –  entitled ‘One Heart’.

There is a Lifeboat Memorial Service at the Salvation Army, St Ives, on this coming Wednesday at 11am.

Message from William Thomas. Thanks to all the folk at Bible Christian for supporting the ministry of the Carol Choir again this past Christmas. Social media is playing a big part in sharing our carols worldwide, and at the time of writing one clip of ‘Hellesveor’ sung at Fore Street on Christmas Eve has achieved 3167 hits. This means that every time, someone listens to the message of our Saviour’s coming to earth. We may not see the ‘fruits of our labour’ but we have done our part in ‘sowing the seed.’

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

While the debate on Brexit was going on in the Commons on Tuesday, the Methodist Church (nearby) held a Parliamentary Covenant Service, attended by 200 people including Members of Parliament and Lords, as apparently, they have done every January since 1995.  Please continue to pray for the situation.

Gracious God, We pray for our MP’s, government and parliamentary processes; that there would be a respectful dialogue which is based on listening attentively, not shouting louder.  We lift to you those in our communities who are anxious for change and those who are fearful for their futures.  Heal our divisions with your gift of peace that surpasses all human understanding. In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Thought for the Week: Our faith is good if it’s in the right Person!

Shout for joy to the Lord all the earth.  Worship the Lord with gladness, come before Him with joyful songs. Psalm 100. 1 – 2

We are pleased that you are able to join with us.  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 take the form of a Covenant Service, led by Rev Peter Stephens , and the service this evening will be taken by Rev Robert Amess.  We pray that both Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.  The Lord’s Supper will form part of the service this morning, and all who love the Lord are invited to join with us at this special time. Lord’s Table Servers to be Sam Lawry and Neil Davis.There is a basket in the foyer for the Food Bank, to help those in need.

Door Steward today is Neil Davis

Church Cleaning for 20th January 2019 is to be by William and Gill Barber

Flower distribution to be by Pat James

Notices for the week ahead  

Prayer Meeting leader tomorrow at 7pm will be Alan Rose.

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

Wednesday at 2.30pm  Ladies Meeting AGM led by Rev Edwin Myers

Services for 20th January, 2019    

10.15am     Rev Robert Amess

 6.00 pm     Rev Edwin Myers

 Door Steward to be Joel Perkin

Church Cleaning for 27th January to be by Sue and Andrew Care

Flower distribution to be by Nancy White

21st  January  at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Maurice Jackson

Claire has not been so well this week.  She had a blood test on Friday, and is expecting more treatment next week.  Her sister, Fiona, cares for her Mother (who is very confused) but she now has a severe ear infection, and is very unwell.  Please pray for all the family at this time.

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for.  Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Please keep praying!  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Barbara Andrewartha and Iris Bidgood.

There are also several in the Church family in St Ives who are mourning the loss of loved ones.  Please think of them particularly. 

 Please continue to pray for Leah and family, as they wait to hear when the heart surgery will go ahead.  Waiting is always difficult – especially when a child is involved.

Churches Together, Cornwall are holding a daily 30 minute service at 11.30am each day from 18th to 25th January, 2019 (except Sunday) at Truro Methodist Church.  Please let people know about this, and if they should be in Truro during this period, they would be very welcome.

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

Thought for the Week:-  Read the Bible carefully, and study it prayerfully!

Come, let us bow down in worship.  Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker.  For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, the flock under His care. Psalm 95.6&7.

We are pleased that you are able to join with us.  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 Lester Scott, and the service this evening will be taken by our Deacon, the Revd. Stephen Richardson.  We pray that both Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing.

Door Steward today is Howard Jenkyn.

Church Cleaning for 13th January 2019 is to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Notices for the week ahead  

Prayer Meeting leader tomorrow at 7pm will be Howard Jenkyn.

Services for Sunday 13th January, 2019

10.15am     Revd. Peter Stephens  (Covenant Service)

 6.00 pm     Revd. Robert Amess

 Door Steward to be Neil Davis

 Church Cleaning for 20th January to be by William and Gill Barber.

 Flower distribution to be by Pat James.

Monday 14th January  at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Alan Rose.

Claire has had quite a good week with her family.  The next treatment is due for 14th January. Please keep praying. There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for.  Please remember Mary Parsons Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Please keep praying!  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie Bygrave, Barbara Andrewartha and Iris Bidgood.

There are also several in the Church family in St Ives who are mourning the loss of loved ones.  Please think of them particularly.

Message from Barry and Margaret Stevens, Leah is going up to Bristol Children’s Hospital tomorrow, ready for heart surgery on Tuesday.  Please will the Fellowship pray for Leah and family at this time.

Please remember to pray for those who are not as fortunate as we are.  There are many suffering the loss of loved ones through the Indonesian tsunami, and are terrified of another.  Also many Christians are really being persecuted, and even losing their lives, just because they believe as we do. 

We must also pray for our country, and its leaders.  We pray that they will  turn to God, and ask what He wants, instead of always thinking of their own agenda.

Churches Together, Cornwall are holding a daily 30 minute service at 11.30am each day from 18th to 25th January, 2019 (except Sunday) at Truro Methodist Church.  Please let people know about this, and if you should be in Truro during this period, you would be very welcome

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

Thought for the Week.When we bend our knees to pray, God bends His ear to listen!

Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to men on whom His favour rests. Luke 2.14

We are pleased that you are able to join with us.  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 Alan Rose.

Door Steward this morning is Tony Hollow.

Church Cleaning for 6th January 2019 is to be by Peter and Pat James.

Services for 6th January, 2019    

10.15am     Lester Scott

 6.00 pm     Revd. Stephen Richardson

 Door Steward to be Howard Jenkyn.

 Church Cleaning for 13th January to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Claire has had quite a good week with her family.  The next treatment is due for 14th January. Please keep praying.  

There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for.  Please remember Mary Parsons, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, and Ron Watkins.  Please keep praying!  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie, Barbara Emma and Iris.

There are also several in the Church family who are mourning the loss of loved ones.  Please think of them particularly.  It is very difficult when everyone is enjoying Christmas and you face a life change through the death of someone you love!

Please remember to pray for those who do not have a happy life as we do.  There are many suffering the loss of loved ones through the Indonesian tsunami, and are terrified of another.  Also many Christians are really being persecuted, and even losing their lives, just because they believe as we do. 

William Thomas would like to thank the folks at Bible Christian for their support at various events.  We hope to be able to sing to the housebound In St Ives this afternoon.  If you know of anyone who would appreciate a visit, please let William know.

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

Thought for the Week, God’s name.  Handle with care!

For to us a child is born. To us a Son is given, and the government will be on His shoulders. And He will be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9.6

We are pleased that you are able to join with us on the fourth Sunday in Advent.  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 a Family Service, with various items. There will be refreshments following the service this morning – please stay and have fellowship with others. The service this evening will take the form of a Carol Service with 9 lessons.  Following this there will be mince pies, tea and coffee in the Church Hall.    

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

Church Cleaning for 30th December is to be by Maurice and Trish Jackson

Services for 30th  December, 2018    

10.15am     Alan Rose

 Door Steward to be Tony Hollow.

Church Cleaning for 6th January  to be by Peter and Pat James.

This week we have cause for thanks!  Claire has had the result of her tests, and has been told that the cancer has gone from head, bowel and kidney.  The rest of her body is stable, but the consultant was amazed.  Keep praying – let’s amaze the Doctor a bit more! 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, and Ron Watkins.  Please keep praying!  Don’t forget to continue to pray for Allie.  She thanks you for your prayers She says ’God has been good to us, and at the moment I am well. We pray on!  Barbara Emma has been very poorly this week.  Please pray that she will soon be much better.

Iris had her hip operation on Tuesday and is quite  satisfactory.

The Fellowship would like to thank Elizabeth for all the hard work she has put in arranging the Chapel Christmas dinner.   I am sure that everyone had a lovely time  Elizabeth would like everyone to know that ‘The Downlong boys’ won the quiz!

Vera Care would like to thank everyone who has given her Christmas cards, and for their kindness.  It is most appreciated.  Every blessing in our Saviour’s name.

The Fellowship would like to thank Mary and Janice for all the work in decorating the Chapel, and arranging the flowers.  The Chapel looks very beautiful!

William Thomas would like to thank the folks at Bible Christian for their support at various at various events.  We hope to be able to sing to the housebound I Carbis Bay this afternoon, meeting at Carbis Bay Wesley at 2.30pm DV and in St Ives on 30th.  If you know of anyone who would appreciate a visit, please let William know.

News from Janet O’Shea  Just received news from Magnus that the ferry we travel on the Mabang sank 2 days ago.  Many people lost their lives in the fast flowing Rokel River.  Two of the children who attend our school were drowned – Hava and Aminata – they were 10 years old.  Abdul who lived next door to Bethesda drowned saving others.  Please remember the families of these dear people in your prayers and the children as they have lost a friend.

Thought for the Week

God broke into human history to offer us the gift of SALVATION!