Pew sheet 10th March

North Cornwall Cluster of Churches Week beginning 10th March
The First Sunday of Len

Additional Collect:
Heavenly Father,
your Son battled with the powers of darkness,
and grew closer to you in the desert:
help us to use these days to grow in wisdom and prayer
that we may witness to your saving love
in Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

Sunday Services

St Kew 9.30am All Age Worship Rob Soley
St Peter 9.30am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild
St Endellion 11am Sung Eucharist Andrew Lewis
St Minver 11am All Age Worship Fiona Giorla & Corinne Tournay
St Enodoc 3pm Evensong Bill Nimmo
St Michael 9.15 Holy Communion Andrew Lewis
6pm Evensong Elizabeth Wild

Services & Events for the week

Everyone is welcome to attend

Monday 11
7pm “How can I resist evil?” Alpha course at ‘Brayfield’ Trebetherick, PL27 6SG. Light refreshments. Everyone welcome. Contact Geraldine 07957 609085

Tuesday 12
8am Holy Communion (BCP), St Endellion, Andrew Lewis
2pm Delivering Hope – Joanna Tom-Kargbo from Sierra Leone. Bodmin Methodist Church Fore Street, Bodmin, PL31 1AD

Wednesday 13
8.45am Good Morning Café, St Kew School
10am Holy Communion, St Minver, Andrew Lewis

Thursday 14
11am Bible Study at Trevic. If you would like to attend and haven’t been before, phone: 862550

Friday 15
10am Minifingers, Perceval institute
12.30pm Souper Lunch St Kew Highay village hall. A light lunch open to all

Saturday 16
11am Service of thanksgiving for Iain Gordon at St Michaels Church, Porthilly
2 – 4pm Memory Cafe, Perceval Institute

Sunday 17th March – Lent 2

St Kew 9.30am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild & Henry Gompertz
St Peter 9.30am Morning Worship Michael Wild & Marcus Jones
St Endellion 11am Sung Eucharist Andrew Lewis
6pm Taize Andrew Lewis
St Minver 11am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild & Henry Gompertz
St Enodoc 3pm Evensong Fiona Giorla & Bill Nimmo
St Michael 6pm Evensong Peter Coster

Please pray for the sick, among them Claudia Tom, Rosalind Smith and Valerie Davey.
Remember those who have died recently including Jean Hodge, Iain Gordon and John Killingley. We remember those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including Vi Richards, Eric Samuel Hill, Elizabeth Hine, Edward Mewton and Francis Lewis.
Taking it in turns to pray for each other – this week we pray for St Michael.

Diary Dates & News

Service of thanksgiving for John Killingley at St Minver Parish Church on Monday 18th March at 2.30pm.

Funeral service for Jean Hodge at St Minver Parish Church on Wednesday 20th March at 2.00pm, followed by burial at the cemetery.

‘Give a Tent for Lent’. ShelterBox are inviting churches to help provide shelter for a family in need by raising the cost of a specially designed ShelterBox tent (£317) during the month of Lent. www.shelterbox.org/give-tent-for-lent

Reflecting on paintings by Mantegna, Lent course being held in the Stone Barn, St Endellion on Wednesday 20th March from 7pm to 8.30 pm and for the next three Thursday’s – 28th March, 4th and 11th April.

Welcome to Fiona Giorla, who is an ordinand on placement with us between 9th February and 19th March, so please do say hello when you see her.

Diocesan Mothers’ Union Lady Day Service in Truro Cathedral. Saturday 30th March 11.00am. All welcome.

Revision of St Minver Parish Church Electoral Roll is taking place in 2019. All present members will need to fill out a new form to remain on the register.Forms are available in all 3 churches and the closing date is Sunday 7th April.

North Cornwall Cluster of Churches
for the parishes of St Kew, St Endellion with St Peter, Port Isaac and
St Minver with St Enodoc (Trebetherick) and St Michael (Porthilly)
Rector: Elizabeth Wild. Tel: 07758 407661
Email: elizabeth-wild@live.co.uk St Minver Vicarage
www.northcornwallclusterofchurches.org.uk

Give a Tent for Lent

This year ShelterBox are running a campaign called ‘Give a Tent for Lent’. They are inviting churches to help provide shelter for a family in need by raising the cost of a specially designed ShelterBox tent (£317) during the month of Lent.

Last year 26.5 million people were left without vital shelter, having been forced to flee their homes due to conflict and disaster. The provision of emergency shelter can make a huge difference to families left without anything.

The support that ShelterBox has received from Christian groups for nearly twenty years has meant that they have been able to help over a million people in desperate need, to recover from disaster.

For the people of Sulawesi who are still coming to terms with the effects of the recent earthquake and tsunami, a tent means more than just a place to stay. It is a sanctuary from chaos, a safe comfortable haven to sleep in, a chance for families to regain their privacy, and a space to take stock.

Every penny and pound we raise will help ShelterBox to provide tents and other aid items, such as solar lights, water filtration, blankets, pots and pans.

Please do give generously towards this valuable cause.

You can find more information or donate directly on the website:
www.shelterbox.org/give-tent-for-lent

Poetry in the Making

led by Dr Rowan Williams

Saturday 27 April , 10am-3pm

How do poets actually work? What is it that makes poetry what it is ( not just prose cut up into lengths)?  In this reflective day Rowan Williams will look at the work of three twentieth century poets (W.H.Auden, R.S.Thomas and Geoffrey Hill), as well as speaking about his own work, to explore what is going on in the actual writing of poetry, especially poetry that looks at themes of faith and doubt.

Tickets £12. Bring a picnic lunch.

Skills to Improve Your Life

led by Brian Tregunna

Saturday 6 April , 10am-3pm

A unique opportunity to learn about and practise a range of important and proven life-skills as explained in the popular self-help life coaching book ‘A Life Now Worth Living’ by Ashley Gordon and Brian Tregunna.

Tickets £10. Bring a picnic lunch.

Endelienta Open Exhibition: FOUR

St Endellion Church, 1 February to 31 March

The title of our third open exhibition implies a sense of structure and completion, for example in the four sides of a square, the four seasons, the four natural elements, or the four cardinal wind directions. It also reflects the format of this exhibition, specially conceived to replace our traditional open exhibition while the hall is being refurbished. All selected pieces are in A4 portrait format and will be exhibited on stands in the church in specially created books.
Expect an extraordinarily varied range of works including paintings, drawings, original prints, and photographs.

structure and completion, for example in the four sides of a square, the four seasons, the four natural elements, or the four cardinal wind directions. It also reflects the format of this exhibition, specially conceived to replace our traditional open exhibition while the hall is being refurbished. All selected pieces are in A4 portrait format and will be exhibited on stands in the church in specially created books.
Expect an extraordinarily varied range of works including paintings, drawings, original prints, and photographs.

For further information about submissions, please go to our website www.endelienta.org.uk or email to development@endelienta.org.uk

46th St Endellion Easter Music Festival

13 to 21 April 2019

The Easter Festival will start on 13th April with a Come and Sing the Duruflé Requiem. Over the next 9 days we shall again be able to enjoy the rich mix of choral and orchestral and chamber music that characterises these wonderful festivals. Particular features will be the world première of Oliver Tarney’s St Mark Passion on Good Friday and inspiring renditions of Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Shostakovich’s 9th Symphony under the batons of David Watkin and Adam Hickox.

See further details on www.endellionfestivals.org.uk.

Endelienta Baroque The Genius of Handel

Saturday 23 March, 7.30pm

Period instrument ensemble Endelienta Baroque (Helena Moore, soprano; Katie Lewis, oboe; Laura Alexander, violin; Rachel Kay, cello; Seb Gillot, harpsichord) had their first performance together at St Endellion in 2017 and are delighted to be returning to the place of their foundation. This talented group of young professionals will present a programme that explores and revels in the remarkable variety of George Frideric Handel’s chamber music. The programme will include Trio Sonatas from Handel’s iconic Op.2 collection; solo sonatas for violin and oboe; German Arias; and solo cantatas for voice.

Tickets £10 Accompanied under 16s free

BOOKING AND INFORMATION
Book on line at www.endelienta.org.uk, email to tickets@endelienta.org.uk, or telephone the

Box Office on 07787 944935