Pew sheet 7th October

North Cornwall Cluster of Churches
Week beginning 7th October
The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity

Additional Collect:

Faithful Lord,
whose steadfast love never ceases
and whose mercies never come to an end:
grant us the grace to trust you
and to receive the gifts of your love,
new every morning,
in Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

Sunday Services

St Kew 9.30am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild
St Peter 9.30am Morning Worship Michael Wild & Marcus Jones
St Endellion 11am Book Festival Service Judith Pollinger
St Minver 11am Holy Communion Elizabeth Wild
St Enodoc 3pm Harvest Festival Bill Nimmo
St Michael 6pm Evensong Peter Coster

Services & Events for the week

Everyone is welcome to attend

Monday 8
7pm Alpha Course with supper, St Kew Parish Hall

Tuesday 9
8am Holy Communion (BCP), St Endellion, Andrew Lewis

Wednesday 10
9-11am Tea and Toast, St Kew School
10am Holy Communion, St Minver, Andrew Lewis

Thursday 11
11am Bible Study at 2,Wentworth Close. If you would like to attend and haven’t been before, phone: 862550

Friday 12
10am Minifingers, Perceval institute

Sunday 14th October – 20th Sunday after Trinity

St Kew 9.30am All Age Worship Rob Soley
St Peter 9.30am Holy Communion Judith Pollinger
St Endellion 11am Sung Eucharist Andrew Lewis
St Minver 11am All Age Worship Elizabeth Wild with Baptism
St Enodoc 3pm Evensong Bill Nimmo
St Michael 9.15am Holy Communion Andrew Lewis
6pm Evensong Elizabeth Wild

Please pray for the sick, among them Claudia Tom, John Killingley, Iain Gordon, Val Meagor, Rosalind Smith, Valerie Davey, Anne Pethick, Tom Miller and Tony Dunkerley. Remember those who have died recently and we remember those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including Ron Howell, David Philp, Wendy Halling, Ian Waters, Lewis Thorpe and Lourdes Baker.
Taking it in turns to pray for each other – this week we pray for St Enodoc.

Diary Dates & News

Alpha Course, 7pm Monday evenings. Everyone welcome. If anyone would like to support by covering the costs of some of the ingredients for the Alpha supper please contact Marcus. St Kew Parish Hall.

Tea & Toast cafe is on the move! From this Wednesday onwards we will be meeting in St Kew School Hall. 9am till 11am. This is a community cafe and outreach. Come along for breakfast, newspapers and great fellowship! Everyone welcome. See Geraldine or Marcus for more information.

MU Eucharist for St Luke 7.30pm on 18th October St Endellion Church. All welcome.

Advance notice for Jazz enthusiasts: a Jazz Evensong is planned at St Mabyn at 4pm on November 18th.

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

 

Centenary service for SS Milly

A special centenary service at the Golden Lion, Port Isaac to mark the 100th anniversary of the SS Milly, a merchant steamer sunk by German U-Boat action in World War One, was the centrepiece of a day of celebration in remembrance of the entire crew and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for King and country.

The service, at 6pm on Thursday 6th September, was be led by the Reverend Dr Elizabeth Wild, Rector at North Cornwall Cluster of Churches, at the Golden Lion in Port Isaac. Retired Commodore Jamie Miller spoke about the importance of rememberance and the SS Milly.

While the service itself formed a fitting and sober reminder of the consequences of war, the day itself –  planned by Golden Lion landlords Marc and Beth Kendall – was designed to be a wider celebration of the contributions made by local people to the war effort.

SS Milly, a 3000-ton British steamer, was built in 1904 by Sunderland ship builders William Gray & Co. and requisitioned for war transport work in 1914. On September 6th 1918, on a voyage from Brest to Barry, the armed merchant ship was torpedoed and sunk by German U-Boat Karl Petri (UB-87) south west of Tintagel Head, with the loss of two young mariners’ lives.

Read more here…

Mark Padmore – War & Peace

Saturday 15 September, 7.30pm

A programme of music and readings to commemorate the end of the First World War. Some of the most powerful songs ever written take war and the yearning for peace as their subject. Mark Padmore and Julius Drake will perform songs by Schubert, Schumann, Wolf, Mahler, Ravel, Poulenc, Finzi, Gurney, Britten and Tippett. With readings from Wilfred Owen, Edward Thomas and Charles Causley, this promises to be a thought-provoking evening on a theme we must never cease to question. St Endellion.

Tickets £15 (nave seats), £10 (aisle seats), accompanied under 16s free (aisle seats only)

Some Enchanted Evening

Some Enchanted Evening: A concert of musical theatre and operatic classics by some of the countries finest young singers, including winners of the Chris Treglown Foundation Award.

St Minver Church, Saturday August 24th at 7.30pm. Tickets from St Minver Post office.

 

Many fingers

During the summer Mini Fingers are opening their doors to children of all ages for play, story, activities and refreshments.  every Friday 10-12pm at the Perceval Instutute.

“this is one I made earlier”

St Minver Pet Service

In what is thought to be a first for St Minver, the Pet Blessing Service on 10 June brought together people of all ages including the choir from the St Minver Primary school, many with their pets. The Service, led by Marcus Jones, encouraged people to praise all of God’s creation and to give thanks for the joys and responsibilities of owning a pet as well as remembering all those, like vets, who care
for animals.

All the congregation including the pets, mostly dogs but also a cat, guinea pigs and even newts, seemed appreciative and were well behaved. Certainly none of them disturbed
the harmony by attacking another!

Reference was made to St Francis of Assisi whose respect for all creatures as sharing, alongside the human race, in God’s love, helped to change traditional Christian teaching to accept the universality of the natural world and our interdependence.

Part of the collection, just under £100, was given to the St Francis Home for Animals, a dog rescue centre near Newquay that takes in stray and other unwanted dogs, cares for them and places them with suitable new owners to provide them with a happy home for life. The Home has thanked the Church for their generosity and for promoting love and respect for our fellow creatures.
Jeremy Varcoe

Christian Aid Week

Christian Aid Week this year is from May 13th – 19th

There will be envelopes for any donations, large or small, in each of our 5 churches early in May – this year St Peter’s Port Isaac will be included with St Endellion.