Pew Sheet 4th September

Sunday Services
North Cornwall Cluster of Churches
Week beginning 4th September

Trinity 15

St Kew    9.30am     Holy Communion     Elizabeth Wild & Geraldine Ashton
St Peter’s    9.30am     Morning Worship     Michael Wild & Kris Lannen
St Endellion    11am     Sung Eucharist    Elizabeth Wild & Geraldine Ashton
12.30pm    Baptism of  Poppy Wilce, Andrew Lewis
St Minver    11am     Holy Communion    Andrew Lewis
St Enodoc    3pm     Evensong     Bill Nimmo
St Michael    3pm    Baptism of Jowan Mably, Elizabeth Wild
6pm     Evensong     Peter Coster & Elizabeth Wild

Services & Events for the Week     
Everyone is welcome to attend

Tuesday 6
8am     Holy Communion (BCP), St Endellion, Andrew Lewis
12 noon    Renewal of Wedding Vows of Simon & Trina Colvill, St Enodoc, Elizabeth Wild
6.30pm    St.Peter’s PCC meeting with Church Rooms Group in Church

Wednesday 7
10am    Holy Communion, St Minver, Elizabeth Wild
7.30pm    Healing Eucharist, St Kew, Judith Pollinger

Thursday 8
11am      Bible Study, Brayfield

Friday 9
3pm    Wedding Blessing of Gareth & Kate Broughton, St Kew, Judith Pollinger

Saturday 10
10-3pm     Quiet Day, St Endellion, Angela Brown
10-12     St Endellion Poetry Group in The Stone Barn, St Endellion
1pm    Wedding of Elizabeth Johnson & Matthew Flower, St Enodoc, Elizabeth Wild
3pm    Wedding Blessing at Polzeath, Elizabeth Wild

Sunday 11th September – Trinity 16
St Kew    9.30am     All Age Worship     Rob Soley
St Peter’s    9.30am     Holy Communion     Elizabeth Wild
St Endellion    11am     Sung Eucharist    Elizabeth Wild
St Minver    11am     All Age Worship  with Baptism    Berin Gowan & Judith Pollinger
St Enodoc    3pm     Evensong     Bill Nimmo
St Michael    9.15am    Holy Communion    Judith Pollinger
6pm     Evensong     Peter Coster & Elizabeth Wild

Please pray for the sick, among them Valerie Davey, Laurence Grand, Anne Pethick, Tom Miller, George Fleming & Betty Milton.
Remember those who have died recently including Kate Bailey, Patrick Windeler, John Tucker and those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including Tren Rush, Mike Larkin and Frederick Buse.
Taking it in turns to pray for each other- this week we pray for St Endellion.

Diary Dates

Saturday 24th September, 7.30pm, Budapest Café Orchestra, St Endellion

Potato and Pudding lunch at Perceval Institute on Wednesday 5th October.Tickets £5 from St Minver Post Office or Spar Rock. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Please help St. Petroc’s
We collect dried and tinned food for the Bodmin centre, which supports two houses in the town. Please consider putting something extra into your weekly shopping basket for those less able to provide for themselves.  We can also take single bedding and clothing – especially men’s clothing. The collection bags are at the back of St Endellion, St Kew and St Minver churches.

Emergency Aid
A defibrillator (AED) has been placed through money raised by Trevathan Farm in the porch way of the Stone Barn at St Endellion, should it be needed in an emergency where somebody’s heart has stopped beating.

 

Our New Children and Families Worker!

I am Marcus JonesIntroducing our new Children and Families Worker, Marcus Jones, who we are delighted to welcome to the Cluster as a full time member of the team:

I am Marcus Jones, 45 and have two teenage children who live with their mother in Falmouth.

My accent isn’t easy to place, I was born in Scotland, I’ve lived in Wales and grew up in Northern Ireland. My English years started at the age of 17 in Taunton, my early adult years in the Black Country and I’ve been in Cornwall for nine years now.

I have been involved in children’s work within the church from the very beginning of being a practicing Christian back in my Taunton days helping with Junior Church and the youth evening service. I’ve been a Boys’ Brigade captain, helped with weekends away events, was a children’s worker to a joint Anglican/Methodist venture in the West Midlands and for Churches Together in the Falmouth and Penryn. More recently I have been working for the short breaks services for children with autism.

Ten of my favourite things in no particular order; Bach, bagpipes, Van Gogh, Simpsons, sailing, Pixar films, dogs, curry, and Harry Potter. If I could have one Harry Potter spell it would be “Accio” the summoning charm- not because I’m too lazy to stretch over to the tv remote but because I seem to spend a lot of time looking for something, usually keys. Utopia for me would be a keyless society.

My favourite Joke is:       Knock knock – who’s there?
Little old lady- Little old lady who?
I didn’t know you could yodel.

I do actually listen to yodelling music though I can’t do it myself and as you get to know me you’ll discover my jokes won’t improve!

Working with children and families is a great privilege and a most wonderful thing to be involved in. In it we are answering Jesus’ invitation to feed his sheep and his lambs and yet it is in the people we are serving where we meet God reflected back on us and often in quite unexpected ways. I am very much looking forward to serving alongside you within the North Cornwall Cluster. There are many different ways of being involved with children and family work; willing hands to set up and dismantle, kind hearts to provide refreshments, and friendly ears to listen to children and their families are the most important roles to any activity as they are the glue that holds everything together.

Remembering a Loved One

A special service to remember and give thanks for a departed loved one will be held in St Michael’s Church, Porthilly at 4pm on Sunday 25th September.

Whether you are mourning someone who died recently or some years ago, this service will give you an opportunity to remember them by name and to join in prayer, readings and hymns.

All are welcome and it is hoped that it may become an annual event.

Please help St. Petroc’s

St. Petroc’s Society is a Cornwall-based charity caring for the single homeless. Often they are sleeping rough and may have a range of difficulties including addiction, mental ill health, relationship problems or a differing lifestyle, which contribute to their homelessness and social exclusion. St Petroc’s exists to provide a diverse range of services for these particular clients.

We collect dried and tinned food for the Bodmin centre, which supports two houses in the town.  Please can you consider putting something extra into your weekly shopping basket for those less able to provide for themselves.  The collection bags are at the back of the church.

We can also take single bedding and clothing – especially men’s clothing.

Quiet Day ‘The Divine Midwife’

10am – 3pm Saturday 10th September St Endellion Church ‘The Divine Midwife’ A Quiet Day led by Revd Angela Brown.  Time to pray, reflect and consider how we can relate to God as the Divine Midwife as we journey through times of change, times of waiting and uncertainty for the new and unknown to emerge at many levels of life.

Angela, an Anglican priest in Cornwall, is an experienced spiritual director and retreat leader.

Budapest Café Orchestra

Budapest Cafe OrchestraSaturday 24 September,7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Led by jazz violin superstar Christian Garrick, the Budapest Café Orchestra play traditional folk and gypsy flavoured music from across the Balkans and Russia, Klezmer, Romanian Doinas, Hungarian Czadas and beautiful ballads such as the theme to Schindler’s List and Waltz Lacrimoso.  Evoking vivid images of Tzigane fiddle maestros Budapest café life and gypsy campfires – with a few surprises along the way –  it’s good enough to make you want to book a holiday along the Danube!

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

To book online and pay by credit card or PayPal account click here 

Otherwise telephone the Box Office on 07787 944935 or email tickets@endelienta.org.uk

 

 

Cornwall Harp Centre Gala Concert

EnsPublicitySaturday 14 October, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

A unique and magical concert of harps and harpists from Cornwall, featuring Celtic, Medieval and Classical harps and music, with a few added surprises! Featuring director Sarah Deere-Jones with students past and present, and the ‘Harpers Bizarre’ ensemble of 6 harps.

 Sarah Deere-Jones is a world-class harpist who has lectured and performed across the world and has run the Harp Centre for the last 13 years, giving tuition to hundreds of students. This concert will be a rare opportunity to hear her perform in Cornwall along with some of her most talented students, and her Cornish harp ensemble who themselves have performed in Europe and America.

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

To book online and pay by credit card or PayPal account  click here  

Otherwise telephone the Box Office on 07787 944935 or email tickets@endelienta.org.uk