Pew Sheet

North Cornwall Cluster of Churches
Week beginning 26th February Sunday Before Lent

Additional Collect:
Holy God,
you know the disorder of our sinful lives:
set straight our crooked hearts,
and bend our wills to love your goodness
and your glory
in Jesus Christ our Lord.

Sunday Services

St Kew 9.30am All Age Worship Worship Leader
St Peter 9.30am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild
St Endellion 11am Sung Eucharist Elizabeth Wild
St Minver 11am All Age Worship Marcus Jones & Beth Elliott
St Enodoc 3pm Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild
St Michael 6pm Evensong Peter Coster

Services & Events for the Week

Everyone is welcome to attend

Monday 27 7pm Pilgrimage with Mark’s Gospel, Contact Henry or Jill Gompertz: 01208 869421

Tuesday 28 8am Holy Communion (BCP), St Endellion, Andrew Lewis

Ash Wednesday 1 10am Holy Communion & Ashing, St Minver, Elizabeth Wild
7pm Sung Eucharist & Ashing, St Endellion, Andrew Lewis

Thursday 2 11am Bible Study, Wentworth Close. If you would like to attend and haven’t been before, please phone 862550 – all welcome!

Friday 3 10am Mini Fingers Baby & Toddler Group, £2.50 per family, Perceval Institute
2.30pm Women’s World Day of Prayer, St Michaels

Saturday 4 9.30am Messy Church, Perceval Institute

Sunday 5th March – Lent 1                                           

St Kew 9.30am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild & Elizabeth Gowing
St Peter 9.30am Holy Communion Michael Wild & Marcus Jones
St Endellion 11am Sung Eucharist Judith Pollinger & Geraldine Ashton
St Minver 11am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild & Elizabeth Gowing
St Enodoc 3pm Evensong Bill Nimmo
St Michael 6pm Evensong Elizabeth Wild & Elizabeth Gowing

Please pray for the sick, among them Rosalind Smith, Valerie Davey, Anne Pethick, Tom Miller, George Fleming and Betty Milton.
Remember those who have died recently including Laurence Grand and Bob Keates and those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including John Hibbert.
Taking it in turns to pray for each other – this week we pray for St Endellion

Diary Dates & News

Helen Chadwick Song Theatre: House of Light. Saturday 11 March, 7.30pm. A heartwarming quartet concert of Helen Chadwick’s gorgeous a Capella harmony songs, with settings of inspirational poems, sometimes with body percussion and cross rhythms. Helen also leads a voice workshop 3-5pm. Tickets: concert £10 (free to accompanied under 16s); workshop £12; combined ticket £20, from www.endelienta.org.uk or 07787 944935.

Mini Fingers Baby and Toddler Group Every Friday 10am-12.Perceval Institute. £2.50 per family. Free play, bible story, crafts and songs. Snacks for children and tea and coffee for adults. We are now looking for volunteers to help with the play sessions and for a team to look after the refreshments.
If interested please contact Marcus.

Reflective Days at St Endellion, Saturday 25th February 10.00am -3.00pm
‘Revelation and Imagination’ led by Dr William Lamb. Cost £10. Please bring a picnic lunch. It helps to have numbers in advance so please email Judith Pollinger: rev.judith@btinternet.com

 

 

 

Special Events

We are in the process of planning special events for families throughout the Cluster. Keep an eye on this page for forthcoming events. Alternatively like us on facebook to receive all our updates at childrenandfamilyNNC

The Posada

During Advent a knitted Mary and Joeseph stayed in the homes of different families in the Port Isaac Stay and Play. On Christmas Eve they came into St Peter’s Church for the Crib & Christingle Service. In this photo Mary and Joseph are being taken around the farm.

Schools

RE and Assemblies

Our Children and family worker, Marcus Jones, is available to schools to help with delivery of specific lessons in the RE curriculum. Lesson will be tailor made to the class needs and will be interactive and sensitive to those from all faiths and to those with none. Marcus is also happy to consider requests for assistance with activities not directly related to the Christian faith.

Contact Marcus Jones 07923913727 marcus.ajones@gmc.co.uk

School visits

Schools are welcome for educational visits in all of our churches. For more information please contact Elizabeth Wild or Marcus Jones.

School Study Days at St Endellion

School parties are invited to visit St Endellion for an Educational Study Day.

The children are introduced to the main features of the church and then they break into study groups.

Half of the class will look at the colours of the church year, the Vestments and the items used in the celebration of the Eucharist ‘play’ the organ ring the bells. The other half go into the Church Hall to paint or to do some 3D craft work which can be taken back to school. After a break at mid morning the groups swap so that everyone has a chance to do everything.

For schools who wish to stay for the afternoon there is a chance to do some creative writing. All leaders are teachers or members of the clergy.

These days are suitable mainly for Key Stage 2 pupils and are proving popular.

For details, contact Jill O’Grady 01208 880312 jillog@sky.com

Open the Book

Open the Book presents the Bible in primary schools in an accessible and enjoyable way, which helps schools meet their statutory collective worship obligations.

We have two teams that go into St Minver and St Kew schools to tell stories in a 10-15 minute presentation.

Contact: Sue Coster 01208 880332 (St Minver team) or  Marcus Jones 07923913727 (St Kew team)

St Minver: The Wise Men’s Visit. St Kew: David the Giant-killer

Mini Fingers Baby & Toddler Group

Mini Fingers start Friday 24th February 10am-12 Perceval Institute

All are welcome to Mini fingers, a place to meet with friends and to make new friends.

A place to play with your baby and toddler, and to unwind with a nice cuppa.

A place with time for toys, for art and crafts, for songs and dance, for stories and little prayers.

A place for grandparents, mums & dads, and for carers to share their stories and to belong.

 

Messy Church

Next Messy Church: Saturday 4th March 9.30-11 Perceval Institute

Messy Church is for children of all ages together with their families to take part in crafts and activities, bible stories, song and prayer in a welcoming environment of fun and enjoyment.

We start with a free breakfast (bacon bap or cereal) and then continue with a selection of activities for people to choose from.

Messy church is usually on the first Saturday of each month.

For more information contact Ann Sumra 01208 862559

Junior Church

Next Junior Church: Sunday 5th March 10.45am Perceval Institute

Stories, games and crafts followed by a walk down to St Minver Church to join parents and adults for Holy Communion.

For Primary school aged children. Younger children are welcome but may need to have a parent with them,

Junior Church only runs on our Holy Communion Sundays usually 1st and 3rd Sundays. The remaining Sundays are family services where all are welcome.

Further Junior Church dates include: 19th March and 2nd April.

Junior church art work:
Samson and his spaghetti hair

Fountain

Next Fountain: Saturday 18th March 3-4.30pm

Fountain is a monthly group for 11 to 18 year olds. It is a chance to make new friends, to be creative, to explore your own faith to have fun and to enjoy good company with a chocolate fountain.

To Join Fountain please contact Marcus Jones

 

 

Fountain visit to ibounce and a picnic in the park, Feb 2017

Decorating the Christmas tree, Dec 2016

Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight is a fun-filled highlight of the year, when campaigners, businesses, schools and places of worship show their support for the farmers and workers who grow our food in developing countries.

Fairtrade Fortnight 2017: Monday 27 February – Sunday 12 March

The food on our tables, the tea and coffee in our mugs, all from farmers who toil, sweat and slog.

However hard they work to provide the things we depend on, millions of farmers in developing countries aren’t paid what they deserve. It’s not a new problem.

We need to amplify the voices of marginalised producers as much as ever in 2017.

When we come together we can change the way people think about trade and the products on our shelves – the Fairtrade movement is made up of ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their communities for Fairtrade. Your actions help shoppers to make choices that change the lives of farmers and workers.

Join thousands of others across the UK this Fairtrade Fortnight to help our friends, neighbours, colleagues, churches and communities to use Fairtrade refreshments whenever they can – to put Fairtrade in their break and take exploitation out.