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
Date and Time
Sat, 9 February 2019
09:00 – 20:30 GMT
The Engine House Church
“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
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”
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org 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.