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Sunday 23rd December 2018 

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols is a traditional service of Bible readings and carols that explains the story of the coming of the long-promised Saviour. This service is known and loved by Christians across the world. This is a joyful service, packed full with words, both read out loud from the Bible, and sung vigorously by the congregation. Individuals, families and children are very welcome to come and participate in these wonderful words. Read more

Nine Lessons Picture 2018.png

Sunday 23rd December 2018 

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols is a traditional service of Bible readings and carols that explains the story of the coming of the long-promised Saviour. This service is known and loved by Christians across the world. This is a joyful service, packed full with words, both read out loud from the Bible, and sung vigorously by the congregation. Individuals, families and children are very welcome to come and participate in these wonderful words. Read more

Sunday 16th December 2018 

4:00 pm

This is our regular and popular Christmas Family Service - full of singing, a quiz, readings, a story, followed by chatting over refreshments. We are expecting lots of children, and we don't mind noise, wriggles, and loud participation. Everyone is welcome. Seasonal refreshments afterwards. All welcome. Read more

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Thursday 6th December 2018 

7:00 pm

Our Christmas Craft Evening is always great fun. There are a variety of craft activities to choose from, and tasty refreshments are provided. Read more

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Saturday 24th November 2018 

1:30 -4:30 pm

We had a great time learning and singing some traditional Cornish Carols at our fourth Cornish Carols Workshop. We sang some that we learned in previous years, and then focused on learning something new to us: Merritt's version of Angels from the Realms of Glory. After a time of learning our parts, we were delighted with how it sounded. 

We were thrilled to welcome a number of familiar faces, and some who were with us for the first time.

You can find further information about the Cornish Carols on here on our website where the workshop materials are available to download.

Palm Sunday, 25th March

11:00 am

This is our regular and popular Easter Family Service - full of singing, a quiz, readings, a story, followed by chatting over hot cross buns. We are expecting lots of children, and we don't mind noise, wriggles, and loud participation. All children get a small chocolate egg. Lunch afterwards. Everyone is welcome.

Renovations (2)

The skimming is now finished, and is slowly drying. It has covered the insulation and plasterboard beautifully. We're hoping to complete initial decorating in time for our Christmas programme.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 31st October 2017

On 31st October 2017, we hosted a tasty supper to celebrate the 500th anniversary of an event that marked the beginning of the Reformation. Martin Luther, objecting to a number of unbiblical practices in the church of his day, nailed a protest to the door of the castle church of Wittenberg. His ideas rapidly caught on, and the Reformation swept across Europe, leading to a recovery of many  biblical teachings that had long been obscured.

 

In particular, the Reformation emphasised the gospel message that we are put right with God by faith alone, and not by any good works which we may do. Luther and the reformers preached the full forgiveness of sins by faith in Christ - a forgiveness that is free, but not cheap.

To celebrate this 500th anniversary we enjoyed tasty food, a retelling of the story of Martin Luther, with some enjoyable activities on the main themes of the Reformation. We had a great evening together - a delicious chilli supper, with a 'Diet of Worms' chocolate cake, and a fun quiz to finish. Thank you to everybody who attended, and to everybody who helped out.

We celebrated the five great Reformation themes: Christ alone, faith alone, grace alone, Scripture alone, and the glory of God alone.

"Here I stand; I can do no other. 

So help me God."  

Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms

Renovations (1)

Our renovations are now underway. The pictures show the preliminary work of battens on the walls, ready for the insulation and plaster-boarding.

 

These improvements should make the chapel warmer, and the plastering and redecorating should make the main hall brighter and more pleasant. We are looking forward to the completion of the work, and thank the Lord for the provision of funds to go ahead with the plans.

For the moment, we are holding meetings and services upstairs, using the side entrance, and we are not running Sunday School. Further updates to follow.