Know that the Lord is God.  It is He who made us, and we are His, we are His people, the sheep of His pasture. Psalm 100. 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 the Revd. Robert Amess and the service this evening will be taken by Dr. Sam Gordon will begin a series of addresses on ‘Jesus the servant.  Isaiah 42,49 and 50. .  We pray that both the Speakers 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. Lord’s Table Servers to be David Cowling and Andrew Care. There will be a basket in the foyer to receive gifts for the Food Bank.

Door Steward today is Alan Rose.

Church Cleaning for 27th October  is to be by Pat and Peter James.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm.  Sam Gordon will continue his series of addresses. The theme will be ‘Jesus the servant. Isaiah 42,49 and 50.

Wednesday at 2.30pm. The Ladies meeting Speaker to be Irene Tanner

Saturday at 7:30pm, Rendezvous meeting to be held at Camborne Community Church. Speaker to be John Benton.  

Services for 27th October , 2019

10.15am        Andrew Care.

6.00pm          Alan Rose.

Door Steward to be Howard Jenkyn.

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

Flower distribution for 3rd November  to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Monday 4th November at 7pm Prayer meeting leader to be Joel Perkin.

Saturday at 7:30pm, Rendezvous meeting to be held at Camborne Community Church. Speaker to be John Benton.  

Claire has heard from the Consultant that the latest scans and tests on her body show absolutely no sign of cancer.  Naturally Claire is overwhelmed, and wants to thank everyone for their prayers.  She knows it is only the Lord’s doing!  Vera Care has been quite poorly in hospital during the past week for a few days.  She is now back home, but continues to need our prayers.   Please also remember, Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood, and David Smith.  Please pray in particular for Leah.  She will need to go to Bristol in the next few days for a short operation in preparation for the big op in November. Please pray that both she and the family will know the peace of God at this time. We hear that Joshua now has a tumour on the other side of his brain, and is very poorly.  Please pray for him and the family.

The numbers at the Monday Prayer meeting are now low. Please try to get to the Prayer Meeting if you are able.

The Magazine of Evangelical Alliance for September/October is in the foyer. Please take your copy.

Shoebox Appeal Leaflets are available in the foyer and shoeboxes in the Sunday School.  £5 per box has been suggested by Samaritans Purse to cover project costs, including transportation.  Please bring boxes to Chapel by 3rd November.  If you are unable to do a box, donations would be gratefully received.  Please note – No sweets or toothpaste, because of customs regulations.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem as those still on the rota have to take their turn every 5 weeks. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor, Connor Downs on 15th December.

The collection last week amounted to £Not Available. Hall Contribution £Not Available.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £1327.25 per month.

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Daily prayers lessen daily worries.

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 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 our Minister, the Revd. Edwin Myers. We pray that both the Speaker 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 receive gifts for the Food Bank.

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

Church Cleaning for 20th October  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 is to be Howard Jenkyn.

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

Tuesday at 7pm, Church Council Meeting for the Church Officers.

Wednesday at 2.30pm, The Ladies meeting, speakers will be the Penny and Carol.

Wednesday Carbis Bay House Group, 7:30pm at the home of Kath and Alan Rose.

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

Services for 20th October , 2019

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

6.00pm          Dr. Sam Gordon. his theme will be ‘Jesus the Servant. Isaiah 42,49 and 50. The series will continue on Monday, 21st and Tuesday 22nd at 7.30pm.

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

Church Cleaning for 27th October to be by Pat and Peter James.

Flower distribution for 20th October  to be by Margaret Stevens.

Please remember in our prayers, Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood and David Smith. Please pray in particular for Leah, she faces a very big operation in November and is going for various tests and X rays in the coming weeks. We understand that she is quite tearful and upset. Please pray that both she and the family will know the peace of God at this time. We hear that Joshua now has a tumour on the other side of his brain, and is very poorly. Please pray for him and the family.

The Magazine of Evangelical Alliance for September/October is in the foyer. Please take your copy.

Shoebox Appeal Leaflets are available in the foyer and shoeboxes in the Sunday School.  £5 per box has been suggested by Samaritans Purse to cover project costs, including transportation.  Please bring boxes to Chapel by 3rd November.  If you are unable to do a box, donations would be gratefully received.  Please note – No sweets or toothpaste, because of customs regulations.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

Christmas Dinner menus are now avalable, it is important that you fill in a menu, and return to Elizabeth today with your deposit of £5. The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor, Connor Downs on 15th December.

The collection last week amounted to £444.76. Hall Contribution £132.00.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £1327.25 per month.

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Kindness is the oil that takes the friction out of life.

The Lord is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and rich in love. The Lord is good to all; He has compassion on all He has made. Psalm 145. 8 – 9

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 John Bennetts, and the service this evening will be taken by the Revd. Edwin Myers. We pray that both the Speakers and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. There will be refreshmants following the service this morning, and we encourage everyone to stay and chat to others.

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

Church Cleaning for 13th October  is to be by Maurice and Trish Jackson.

Flower distribution today to be by Nancy White.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader is to be John Couch..

Tuesday at 7.30pm, Prayer and Bible Study. Leader Pastor Edward C Patnter.

Wednesday at 2.30pm, The Ladies meeting, speaker will be the Jenny Harris.

Thursday. there will be a meeting at Trewartha Care Home.

A service to remember the life of the Revd. Roger Greene will take place at St Just Methodist Church on Thursday, 10th October at 2pm, after a private cremation.

Services for 13th October , 2019

10.15am        Revd. Edwin Myers.

6.00pm           Revd. Edwin Myers. Lord’s Table Servers to be David Cowling and Tony Hollow.

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

Church Cleaning for 20th October to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution for 13th October  to be by Janice Perkin.

Prayer Meeting leader for 14th October to be Howard Jenkyn.

Church Officers:- Please note that there is a Church Council Meeting at 7pm on Tuesday15th October.

Please remember in our prayers, Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood and David Smith. Please pray in particular for Leah, she faces a very big operation in November and is going for various tests and X rays in the coming weeks. We understand that she is quite tearful and upset. Please pray that both she and the family will know the peace of God at this time. Claire is going on steadilly.

There was a Wedding held here in the Chapel yesterday.  We do not know the bride and groom, Simon and Cheryl, but it would be lovely if we could pray for them as they face the future, with its ups and downs.

We wish Archie a very Happy Birthday for tomorrow, when he will be 8 years old.  We hope he has a happy day.

The Magazine of Evangelical Alliance for September/October is in the foyer. Please take your copy.

Shoebox Appeal Leaflets are available in the foyer and shoeboxes in the Sunday School.  £5 per box has been suggested by Samaritans Purse to cover project costs, including transportation.  Please bring boxes to Chapel by 3rd November.  If you are unable to do a box, donations would be gratefully received.  Please note – No sweets or toothpaste, because of customs regulations.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

Christmas Dinner menus are now avalable, it is important that you fill in a menu, and return to Elizabeth by the  13th October with your deposit of £5. The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor, Connor Downs on 15th December.

The collection last week amounted to £417.15   Hall Contribution £37 Additional Harvest Gift £10 and Air Ambulance £21. Thank you.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £1327.25 per month.

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed. A training day will be held on the 10th October between 10am and 1pm at St John’s in the Fields.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Sharing God’s love = caring for others!

It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, O Most High, to proclaim your love in the morning and your faithfulness at 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 service this morning will be taken by the Revd. Edwin Myers, and the service this evening will be taken by our Superintendent Minister, the Revd. Alistair Bolt.  We pray that both the Speakers 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.  Lord’s Table Servers to be Sam Lawry and Andrew Care. There is a basket in the foyer to receive offerings for the Food Bank.

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

Church Cleaning for 6th October  is to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution today to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Notices for the week ahead  

Monday at 7pm the Prayer Meeting leader is to be Alan Rose.

Tuesday at 10:30am, Day Bible Study Group in the Chapel.

Tuesday at 2:30pm in Madron Methodist Church, Annual Ladies Rally. Speaker Irene Tanner, A ‘proper tea’ to follow.

Tuesday at 7.30pm, Prayer and Bible Study. Visit from those who previously worshiped at Carleen Community Church. Refreshments at the close.

Wednesday at 2.30pm, The Ladies meeting will commence when our speaker will be the Revd. Edwin Myers. We welcome all ladies to this happy time.  We have a good time singing, listening to interesting Speakers and having tea and cakes.  Please come and bring your friends.

Services for 6th October , 2019

10.15am         John Bennetts, Tea and Coffee to follow the service.

6.00pm           Rev Edwin Myers

Door Steward to be Alan Rose.

Church Cleaning for 13th October to be by Maurice and Trish Jackson.

Flower distribution for 6th October  to be by Nancy White.

Prayer Meeting leader for 7th October to be John Couch

Please remember in our prayers, Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood and David Smith. Please pray in particular for Leah, she faces a very big operation in November and is going for various tests and X rays in the coming weeks. We understand that she is quite tearful and upset. Please pray that both she and the family will know the peace of God at this time. Claire has had her MRI scan results that showed her head to be clear!

Thanks to everyone who helped in any way throughout the September Festival Chapel Outreach. The extra help at the Cream tea, those who baked cakes for the Talk and Craft Days.  All was much appreciated.  Thank you to Trish Jackson for arranging the events and to Brian Stevens, Dee Lawry and Patricia for their valued contribution to the program for the Festival.  Thank you all for your prayers and support.

Thank you to the ladies for coming to the rehearsals and singing at the Harvest service.

Shoebox Appeal Leaflets are available in the foyer and shoeboxes in the Sunday School.  £5 per box has been suggested by Samaritans Purse to cover project costs, including transportation.  Please bring boxes to Chapel by 3rd November.  If you are unable to do a box, donations would be gratefully received.  Please note – No sweets or toothpaste, because of customs regulations.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

Christmas Dinner menus are now avalable, it is important that you fill in a menu, and return to Elizabeth by the  13th October! The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor (Connor Downs) on 15th December.

The total gifts received at Harvest was £1263.95 (offering, gift envelopes, flowers, pasties and at the pasty supper)  This excludes the generous gifts of fruit etc.  Donations for the Hall £137£50 was donated to RNLI at the request of the Matthew’s family.  The gifts of fruit and flowers given out on Monday were greatly appreciated.  £130 has recently been donated to the Food Bank.  May I add my thanks to everyone who has contributed to the events during the September Festival.  Donations received at these events have been given to the Air Ambulance appeal, the total at the moment is £253.78.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £3981.75 per quarter or £1327.25 per month.

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed. A training day will be held on the 10th October between 10am and 1pm at St John’s in the Fields.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Gentleness helps us make a point without making an enemy.

Circuit Conference

at Chapel Street Methodist Church, Penzance on Saturday 28th September.

10.00 – 12.30 (Coffee from 9.45)

A united meeting of all 18 Methodist Churches, their Church Councils, and other interested members.

This will be a meeting to suggest radical ways to move forward and not, as we have often done, to bemoan our problems*.

All our churches are different and have their own challenges, but deep down we all know that our churches must change or die. (Dying is an option, and if you are content that your church dies with you because you love it the way it is, this is not a meeting for you.)

But if you are not content that your church will run out of people, and money, and energy, there are real possibilities for change and we will talk about these honestly and openly. If you are prepared to have courage and vision, if you are prepared to hold to Jesus and let a lot of other things go, then He can use this Circuit to grow His Kingdom and He will bless us. Now is all the time there may be, and this is the time to grasp the opportunities that remain.

* Problems like these which need fixing:

Not enough preachers to fill the plan

Many chapels with small and elderly congregations

Problem buildings

Worship that we might like, but no-one else much wants to come to

The same-sex marriage debate

Larger churches with ageing congregations and a dearth of new Christians

Genesis 8:22 (KJV) While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.

Welocome to our Harvest Thanksgiving services. W are pleased that you are able to join with us in worshipping the Lord of the Harvest.  If you are on holiday, we welcome you and ask that you will please take our greetings back to your home church.   T0day our services will be taken by the Revd. Edgar Daniel.  We pray that both the Speaker and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. Please stay and enjoy tea, coffee, biscuits and fellowship after this mornings service.

Door Steward today is Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 29th September is to be by Gill and William Barber.

Next Week

Distribution of the Harvest gifts will take place on Monday afternoon. Would all Ladies meet at 10am to prepare the gifts. Men to meet at 2pm to distribute the gifts.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by Geoff Fox.

Services for 29th September, 2019 . 

10.15am        Revd. Edwin Myers. Lord’s Table Servers to be Sam Lawrey and Neil Davis.

6.00pm          Revd. Alistair Bolt.

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

Church Cleaning for 6th October to be by Sue and Andrew Care.

Flower distribution for 29th September to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Prayer Meeting Leader for 30th September to be Alan Rose.

Please continue to pray for all those in need. Claire is having further scans this week.  Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care and Leah. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood, Joshua Peters, David Smith, Margaret Trevorrow and Barbara Andrewartha. Also please pray for others in the town who need our prayers.  Pray without ceasing!

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed. A training day will be held on the 10th October between 10am and 1pm at St John’s in the Fields.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

Programme for BCC during The September Festival

Tuesday 24th to Thursday 26th, Photographic Presentation of Local Views (Exhibition) 10.30am – 3.30pm

Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th, at 2:30pm. Poetry readings of local poet, the late Willie James read by his daughter Pat. Willie James was a local St Ives man who loved writing poetry about the people and places in his home town.  Come to this unique occasion.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor (Connor Downs) on 15th December.

Last Week’s collection amounted to £538.80. Rent of the Hall £37.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £3981.75 per quarter or £1327.25 per month.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

A soft answer has often been the means of breaking a hard heart.

 Habakkuk 3:19 (KJV) The LORD God is my strength, and he will make my feet like hinds’ feet, and he will make me to walk upon mine high places.

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 and evening will be taken by the Revd. Robert Amess.  We pray that both the Speaker and hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord.

Door Steward today is Neil Davis.

Church Cleaning for 22nd September is to be by Ruth Trevorrow and Sandra Crocker.

Flower distribution today to be by Margaret Stevens.

Next Week

Monday at 7pm, Prayer Meeting led by J#George White.

Tuesday, daytime Small Group. 10am in the Chapel.

Tuesday at 7:30pm, Prayer and Bible Study led by the Revd. Edwin Myers.

Friday at 2pm, Ladies Choir Practice.

Saturday at 7pm, Harvest musical evening with the Matthews family followed by a pasty supper.

Services for 22nd September, 2019  . Harvest.

10.15am        Revd. Edgar Daniel.

6.00pm          Revd. Edgar Daniel.

Door Steward to be Joel Perkin.

Church Cleaning for 29th September to be by Gill and William Barber.

Flower distribution for 22nd September to be by Ruth Trevorrow.

Please continue to pray for all those in need. Claire is having further scans this week.  Please remember Mary Parsons, Jimmy and Vanessa Barber, Ted and Margaret Allford, Margaret and David Stratton, Vera Care and Leah. Also pray for Rita Phillips, Iris Bidgood, Joshua Peters, David Smith, Margaret Trevorrow and Barbara Andrewartha. Also please pray for others in the town who need our prayers.  Pray without ceasing!

The following message has been received from Barbara Andrewartha. Hello, I would like to thank the people of my chapel for the prayers, flowers and kind wishes. As some of you may know i went down with pneumonia  and pleurisy in early may this year, where it came from goodness only knows  but I thought i was going to lose the battle at one point but MY LORD answered prayers and i gradually got better to where i am at this moment, my last XRAY which was 3 weeks ago showed that I still had pneumonia so please keep praying, the flowers from chapel allowed me to know you had not forgotten me .which means so much. God Bless You All.

In the New Year the churches in the area would like to offer the Schools Association assistance in providing the curriculum requirement of Religious Instruction through ’Open the Book’.  For this to happen volunteers are needed. A training day will be held on the 10th October between 10am and 1pm at St John’s in the Fields.

Please give any money towards the flowers and pasties for Harvest to Ruth Trevorrow.

The numbers of people able and willing to do the Chapel cleaning are getting fewer and it is now a real problem. Are you able and also willing to join this rota?

Programme for BCC during The September Festival

Monday 16th      Cream Tea  2 – 4pm a time to chat and relax.

Wednesday 18th     Old St Ives and the Artists who came to Paint. 10am & 2pm.

Thursday 19th       A Postcard from St Ives (Craft Workshop). 10am, 1pm and 2 – 4pm.

Saturday 21st     Celebrating Harvest in Music with Twin Harmony at 7pm.

Sunday 22nd       Harvest Festival 10.15am and 6pm. Speker, the Revd. Edgar Daniel.

Tuesday 24th to Thursday 26th, Photographic Presentation of Local Views (Exhibition) 10.30am – 3.30pm

Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th, at 2:30pm. Poetry readings of local poet, the late Willie James read by his daughter Pat. Willie James was a local St Ives man who loved writing poetry about the people and places in his home town.  Come to this unique occasion.

These are the practice dates for the Carol Choir; Practices in Fore Street Sunday School each Sunday afternoon in November.  Appointments – Thursday, 5th December St Uny Church at 7pm.  Saturday 14th December Fore Street Methodist Church at 7pm.  Monday 16th December at 7pm Old Cornwall Society, Junior School. 

ADVANCE NOTICE:- Thursday 17th December 2020 St Ives Carols in Truro Cathedral. Please put these dates in your diary.

The Chapel Christmas Dinner for this year will be held at Rosewarne Manor (Connor Downs) on 15th December.

Last Week’s collection amounted to £485.75. Rent of the Hall £47.

The assessment for 2019-2020 will be £15927, which equates to £3981.75 per quarter or £1327.25 per month.

Please also remember your stamps for the Slavic Gospel Association.

Thought for the week

Let us thank God for His countless blessings.