For behold, the winter is past. The rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth. The time of the singing has come and the voice of the turtle dove is heard in our land. Song of Solomon 2. 11 – 12

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  and evening will be led by DR. R.T.Kendall formally of Westminster Chapel. The subjects he will be covering today are Prayer and the Holy Spirit. We welcome him and pray that both Speaker and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward today is Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 17th March is to be by Rachel Hollow 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 at 10.30am St Ives House Group led by Tony Hollow.

Tuesday at 7.30pm Slavic Gospel Association evening with Pastor Tomasz Chylka from Poland 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.

Wednesday at 2.30pm Ladies Meeting speaker to be Sandra Gilbert.

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

Services for 17th  March, 2019   

10.15          Rev Robert Amess

6.00            Rev Edwin Myers

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

Church Cleaning for 24th March to be by Maurice and Trish

Flower distribution to be by Margaret Stevens.

Monday, 18th March at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader will be Maurice Jackson.

Calling notice for special General Church Meeting. At the recent Circuit Meeting, held on the 27th Feb, there was lengthy discussion about the financial responsibility of local churches towards the Ministry of the Circuit. The outcome of the discussion has led to the need for a special general church meeting to be held at Bible Christian. There is a Church Council meeting on the 26th March at 7pm. The first half-hour of the meeting will be a special General Church Meeting. It is an open meeting at which all who are part of Bible Christian may attend so as to discuss the future of the Church. This meeting will be attended by the Superintendent of the Circuit.

Please continue to pray for Edward Jenkyn, he is still in hospital, but although better than he was, is still quite poorly. He is a bit depressed, and is not eating well, but the Consultant is optimistic! Leah has had her heart operation, but still has a way to go. Jimmy Barber is now back at the home in Camborne, but still needs much prayer. All of these people need our prayers!. There are still many in our Fellowship to pray for. Claire is still going on steadily, and after a heart scan the Consultant was very pleased, and we can give thanks for that.  Please remember Mary Parsons, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton and Vera Care. Also pray for Allie Bygrave and Iris Bidgood as well as Joshua Peters. Doreen has not been very well, and would be glad of our prayers. 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! Our prayers are with Maurice and Trish and the family at this sad time and  pray they will have safe journeys home from Cumbria in the coming days. Also our prayers are for Joan Watkins, whose husband Ron passed away on Tuesday morning.  We pray for her and the family at this sad time.

There are many Evangelical Alliance magazines in the foyer.  Please take one – they are of great interest.

There will be a meeting at Trewartha Care Home Carbis Bay this coming Thursday Morning at 11pm.  Please join the singing if you possibly can!

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

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