Saturday, 23 September 2017

Harvest Festival and Rake Up


Film Night


Notices 25th September



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TUESDAY 29 August
Prayer Time 9.15 – 9.45am in St. Nicholas' Chapel within Church.
Thursday 28th September
Drop In For Coffee 10.30 – 12 in the Church Room.
All welcome to come along for coffee and a chat.

Celtic Evening Prayer is at 4.30 – 5pm at the sacred prayer circle in the churchyard at the rear of the tower, weather permitting, otherwise inside at the St Nicholas' Chapel area of church.

Sunday 1st October
Harvest Festival Service starting at 11.15am in church
Led by Cannon Nigel Marns
All food items brought will be distributed to local charities


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Friday 29th September
Film Night in the Church Room at 7pm. Showing West Side Story. Please call David Ellis on 01736 711248 to book your seat. Suggested entry donation of £2.50. Popcorn plus ice cream and refreshments available at the interval. All most welcome.

Saturday 30th September
Weekend Celebration of Harvest. The Living Churchyard project is now in it's second year and looking really good, come with your rakes and wheelbarrows from 10am and help rake up following the annual cutting of the Churchyard.
Or you can help decorate the Church with flowers and produce. All welcome to to come and walk around the Living Churchyard and enjoy some soup and bread from 1pm.





Monday, 18 September 2017

Notices 18th September

Notices of Events this week

Tuesday 19th
Prayer Time 9.15 -9.45am in St Nicholas Chapel within the church.

Thursday 21st
Drop In For Coffee 10.30 – 12 in the Church Room.
All welcome to come along for coffee and a chat.

Celtic Evening Prayer is at 4.30 – 5pm at the sacred prayer circle in the churchyard at the rear of the tower, weather permitting, otherwise inside at the St Nicholas' Chapel area of church.

Home Study Group - psalms and proverbs.
7.30pm at Penlayree, call David Ellis on 01736 711248 for further details.

Sunday 24th
New Forms of Worship service starting at 11.15am in church
Led by Lynda Garthwaite.
           

Friday of next week 29th September
Film Night in the Church Room at 7pm. Showing West Side Story. Please call David Ellis on 01736 711248 to book your seat. Suggested entry donation of £2.50. Popcorn plus ice cream and refreshments available at the interval. All most welcome.
                                                

We are starting to plan our Weekend Celebration of Harvest and St. Michael's Feast starting on Saturday of next week, the 30th September. Cornwall Council are coming at the beginning of the week to cut the the grass. The Living Churchyard project is now in it's second year and looking really good with many wild flowers and different grasses appearing, which is attracting more bees, birds and butterflies to the area. Please all come along with rakes and wheelbarrows anytime throughout the day if you are able, to rake up the grass into haystacks on the Saturday 30th.      Further details of the weekend events to follow next week.


Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Celebration Day


Please come along to celebrate our village Church refurbishment. Bells ring at 11:45 for service of thanks at 12 - 12:30. Followed by music and children activities throughout the day. Buffet in the church room from 1pm onwards. Free admission but donations are welcome.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Notices 11th September

St. Piran & St. Michael
perranuthnoe parish
Notices week commencing Monday 11 September

MONDAY
There is a Cornish Celtic Way pilgrimage from St. Uny, Lelant  –  Ludgvan. Starting at 10am. Walking for approx. 10 miles along St Michael's Way. Unfortunately this walk is not dog-friendly  (cows with calves).  Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult.  There will be a stop for lunch (please bring packed lunch).  There are some hills and further details with a description of the terrain is at: www.cornishcelticway.co.uk
Arriving at Ludgvan at approx.  3pm. Lifts will be offered back to the start to pick up any cars.
4pm Sacred Space (in Ludgvan Church)

TUESDAY
Quiet Time 9.15 – 9.45 in St Nicholas Chapel within church

The Cornish Celtic Way continues along St. Michael's Way today, marking the end of the September Walking Festival: start at 11.30am Ludgvan to Marazion.
12.30pm Lunch provided at Marazion
2pm Sacred Space at Marazion Church, continuing on to St. Michael's Mount
for 3pm Service at the chapel.  All welcome to join at any stage.  There will be no entry charge to the Mount for the service.

WEDNESDAY
Art Day in church. Starting with coffee at 9.30 until 3.30pm. Breaking for a Bring and Share lunch in the church at 12noon. Call Vivien for further details on 07804172412.

THURSDAY
Drop In For Coffee 10.30 – 12 in the church room.
All welcome to come along for coffee and a chat.

SATURDAY
Special Celebration Day. A fun day to mark the completion of the refurbishment of our village church. All welcome to come along and join in the celebrations. The day will begin with the bells ringing across the village at 11.45 for a short service of thanks led by Revd. Canon Nigel Marns at 12noon until 12.30 which will be followed by musical moments performed by Sandy Easterbrook, Louise Luing, Sarah Ash Thomas, Liz Vosper and David Ball with friends. Display on large screen by courtesy of Peter Linton of Perran 3D showing details of the historical architecture of the church.  Many activities for children to enjoy with Ed Oates and Jane Goodhead and the Macaulay Family. Lunch, tea and cake in the church room with Bring and Buy stall to include produce, plants, flowers, bric a brac, books, cakes, etc. There will be no entry charge but any donations towards church funds would be gratefully accepted.

If you have any Bring and Buy items, please bring along or call David Ellis on 711248 who will be happy to collect.   All cake most welcome!

SUNDAY
Morning Service at 11.15am will be led by Revd's Nigel and Kirsten.

At 4pm Messy Church will be led by Revd. Kenny in Marazion Community Centre, for all children and their families.




Sunday, 3 September 2017

Notices 4th September

St. Piran & St. Michael

Notices for week commencing Monday 4th September

TUESDAY 5th
Quiet Time 9.15 – 9.45am in St. Nicholas' Side Chapel within Church.

WEDNESDAY 6th
Quiz Night in the church room, hosted by Jenny.
7.30 for 8pm start.  All proceeds to church walls fund.

THURSDAY 7th
Morning 10.30 - 12 Drop in for coffee and a chat in the Church room

Afternoon 4.30 - 5pm Celtic Evening Prayer is outside at the Churchyard Prayer Circle at the rear of the church tower, weather permitting, otherwise in St. Nicholas' Chapel within Church.

Evening 7.30pm at Penlayree, call 711248. All welcome to join in the new study series starting, based on the 'wisdom' theme which will include looking at The Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. It will also tie in with the sermons this coming term too, listed on the 'Wise Words' bookmarks given out in church and on the church noticeboard.

SUNDAY 10th September
Family Service at 11.15am led by Revd. David Stevens. If you have any Foodbank items, please bring them along for me to take on Tuesday.  There will be a Traidcraft Stall with items for sale or Jane will take any orders you wish to place. Jonathan and Emma will serve refreshments as the end of the service.

Cornish Celtic Way Walking Festival 26 August – 12 September
Get involved and walk the Cornish Celtic Way over the two weeks of our walking festival. There are eight guided walks. All but the final walk will begin at 10am. Everyone is welcome but under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.  We can arrange for drivers to have a lift back to the start to collect their cars. There are three walks this week – Mon 5th:   St. Germans to Seaton;   Tues 6th Llansalos to Polruan  and Thurs 7th:  Padstow to Constantine Bay. 
Full Details on the website:  www.cornishcelticway.co.uk

Special Event: Saturday 16 September 12 noon - 4pm.
Big celebration to mark the completion of the renovation to the church walls. Canon Nigel will lead a service of thanks followed by a Fete with music and activities for children throughout the afternoon. To include lunch/afternoon tea in the church room, with Bring and Buy Stalls to raise money for church funds. Any items of plants, produce, books, bric a brac,  etc. can be left at the back of church or get in touch with Sue Hall (710352) or Dave (711248).
Please let Dilys know on 711248 if you are able to help with refreshments.  
All cake most welcome!

Details of all events are in the new September issue of The View, available at the back of the church, the Victoria Inn and the Hairdressers in Perranuthnoe or from Goldsithney Stores.