Report for Messy Church 14th January 2017

As All Saints Church building was unavailable due to building work, we held the January Messy Church in the old school, and what fun we had! Six families attended including one new one, as well as the wonderful band of helpers. We started with breakfast, this time with lovely warm

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Growing Leaders Course – First Session

There is still time to sign up for the first session of the Growing Leaders course which will take place on 21st January at Epiphany House, 9:30 am. Want to grow: change and know Jesus better? This course will be for you! Would you like to learn how to: deepen

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Messy Church – 10th December 2016

It was a miserable wet Saturday morning at the beginning of a very hectic weekend; Santa Fun Run, Live Nativity, Christingle. Yet five families, including one for the first time, came along to All Saints to enjoy and contribute to, Messy Church. We all started with the usual breakfast and

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Growing Leaders Taster Session

Want to grow: change and know Jesus better? This course will be for you! Would you like to learn how to: deepen your relationship with Jesus. help you with prayer and bible study share your journey with a mentor throughout the year Find out what its all about by joining

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Messy Church ‘Trusting God’ – 12th November 2016

The theme of Messy Church on 12th November was ‘Trusting God’, and the activities and celebration were based around the 23rd Psalm. The helpers arrived at 8.45 to prepare All Saints Church; a lot of chairs have to be moved to create a lovely open space. Families start to arrive

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Thank you

Changing Messy Church to Saturday morning at All Saints Church was a risk, involving extra effort by our helpers, but it worked out brilliantly – thank you. Six families came, four of which were new to Messy Church. Our theme was ‘It is good to say “Thank you”’, and we

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Messy Church on the Beach July 2016

Sunday 17th July on Gyllyngvase beach, the sky was clear and blue, and the turquoise sea rippled invitingly. What more could you want for the last Messy Church of the term? Just a few energetic families, a rope, a ball, a ‘bat’ and a box for stumps, plus plenty of

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Messy Church Report 26th June 2016

On a damp and misty afternoon we gathered at St. Francis School to think about “Dry Bones”. Alan explained that we all need refreshing and renewal in our lives, and that the story of the Dry Bones in the Old Testament was an illustration of the despair that the Hebrew

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Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday Celebrations

Please come and join our celebration on Sunday 12th June at 4.30pm at St Budock Church There will be something for everyone to enjoy, all we need is your company and some lovely cakes. Please bring scones, sandwiches, cakes and other finger food on the day, either before the morning

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Messy Church – Sunday 20th March 2016

The afternoon started with Marcus, Daniel and Geoffrey teaching us how to make Palm Crosses using ‘palm’ leaves from Geoffrey’s garden; the results were very impressive. We then had a time of songs and prayers followed by the ‘Open the Book’ team re-enacting Jesus’s appearance on Easter morning to the

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