Holy Week and Easter Services

Palm Sunday 9th April

9.30am All Age Worship, St James, St Kew
9.30am Holy Communion, St Peter, Port Isaac
11.00am Sung Eucharist, St Endellion
4.30pm Festival Evensong, St Endellion
11.00am All Age Worship, St Minver
3.00pm Evensong, St Enodoc
9.15am Holy Communion, St Michael
6.00pm Evensong, St Michael

Holy Week

Monday 10th April

12noon Holy Communion, St Enodoc

Tuesday 11th April

12noon Holy Communion, St Michael

Wednesday 12th April

12noon Holy Communion, St Minver

Maundy Thursday 13th April

7pm Holy Communion with Foot washing and Vigil, St Peter, Port Isaac

Good Friday 14th April

10.30am All Age Passion Play, St James, St Kew
12-3pm Service of Three Hours (2-3pm Taize), St Endellion
12noon Good Friday Reflections, St Minver

Easter Day 16th April

9.30am Holy Communion, St James, St Kew
11.00am Holy Communion, St Peter, Port Isaac
11.00am Easter Festival Eucharist, St Endellion
11.00am Holy Communion, St Minver
8am & 9.15am Holy Communion, St Enodoc
8am & 9.15 Holy Communion, St Michael

Misbehavin’: ELEMENTAL

Saturday 20 May, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Misbehavin’ returns to St. Endellion with ‘Elemental’, the band’s latest project with new songs and instumentals. Drawing upon the band members’ eclectic and diverse journeys across musical frontiers including jazz, music theatre, traditional and contemporary  music, Misbehavin’  have created an exciting body of work inspired by the elements. Their original songs and instrumentals, whether virtuosic and sassy, or beautiful and soaring, both enrapture and surprise. Breathless vocals (Helen Porter), fiery clarinets  (Karen Wimhurst) and earthy rhythms (Robin Walter on rhythm guitar and James Budden on double bass) – a performance not to be missed!

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or Click here  to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

St Kew Parish Supper beats off the January Blues

People from across the eight villages converged on the Parish Hall on Saturday 21st January to eat, drink and sing the January blues away.
The tables were dressed with flowers and candles, the food was all deliciously homemade and donated by volunteers, there was a mind-bending Cornish place names quiz, a raffle, and the evening was rounded off with a series of floral choral singalong songs – looking forward to the St Kew flower festival (set for the 5 – 7 May Bank Holiday weekend, in the church). And at the end of the night we were blown away by a blast from the bagpipes before everyone helped clear the hall in the blink of an eye!  A huge thank you to all of the table layers, cooks, servers, washer uppers, quiz-whizzers, musicians and eaters.


Together we raised £1,007 which will be split between our lovely parish hall and church.  Hurrah! (and thanks to Kim Appleby for the fantastic photos!)

St Endellion Easter Music Festival

From Saturday 8th April to Sunday 16th April
Another feast of 9 concerts, to include a wonderful range of choral and orchestral music, from Tallis to MacMillan, including Bach’s St John Passion, Brahms 1st Symphony, Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C, Bach’s Goldberg Variations, Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings, and Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time. The Festival will begin with a Come and Sing, open to all, featuring Parry’s I was Glad and Handel’s Coronation Anthems. This year’s festival features a guest musical director, David Watkin and a host of wonderful soloists, including Andrew Watkinson, leader of the world-famous Endellion String Quartet.

For details see www.endellionfestivals.org.uk or click here

Services:

Choral evensong at 4.30pm on Palm Sunday; Preacher: Revd Canon Prebendary Judith Pollinger

Festival Eucharist at  11.00am on Easter Sunday, Preacher: Revd Prebendary Paul Fiddes, Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Oxford

Compline will be sung at St Endellion following the concerts on 9th,12th and 14th April

Choral Concert: ‘Dutch Serenade’

Friday 28 April, 7.30pm

A choral journey by Kamerkoor Collegium Utrecht

Friday 28 April, 7.30pm

 St Endellion Church

Kamerkoor Collegium Utrecht, a mixed chamber choir of 25 singers from the Netherlands, come to South West England for a mini-tour with their new conductor, Indonesian born Dody Soetanto. Collegium’s repertoire stretches from sacred to secular and from romantic to minimal, including contemporary pieces commissioned for the choir. This concert promises a taste of choral clarity in music connecting different times and places.

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or  click here to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Pilgrimage with Mark’s Gospel

Mondays, 7-8.30pm, 9th January – 27th February, 2017
Most people think of a pilgrimage as a visit to a particular place but in truth we are on a Christian journey our whole lives. You are invited to join an eight week pilgrimage that is a journey together, in the Gospel of Mark in January and February. We plan to meet once a week on Mondays at Jill and Henry Gompertz’ house. Henry will prepare some material but this will be a journey together. Hopefully (in every sense) we will arrive at a different place from where we started and with a deeper knowledge of the shortest, most direct, and probably oldest gospel. If you plan to come along it would be a great help to let Jill or Henry know in advance but you can come anyway. Contact: 01208 869421.

Newsletter submissions

Please find below the deadlines for the cluster newsletter for the next 6 months in 2017:

Issue………Deadline
April: ………15th March
May: ……….19th April
June:……… 17th May
July: ……….14th June
August: ……19th July
September: 16th August

If anyone can help distribute newsletters or can find some extra outlets in our community who can take the newsletters, please let me know. Please email.

Please email all submissions to Gavin Tyler

The Port Isaac Angel

Something wonderful has happened in Port Isaac again this Christmas. The community with the help of a group of artists have created a huge angel as well as lots of their own angel lanterns to carry in the parade which took place on 2nd December. With the help of a musician, the school has even created an Angel Song for the community to sing. The Port Isaac angel has travelled to the Bodmin and Lostwithiel parades as well, but has now settled in St Peter’s Church, as a sign of blessing to the whole community this Christmas.