Sunday 10th January – The Baptism of Christ
at the Jordan you revealed Jesus as your Son:
may we recognize him as our Lord
and know ourselves to be your beloved children;
through Jesus Christ our Saviour, Amen
Holy Habits – Bible Study
Lectio Divina– a well-established way of reading the bible and the bible reading you!
Pick a passage. To begin with, choose any of the Psalms or a passage in one of the Gospels. Read the passage slowly, out loud if you can. Read it twice with one minute of silence in between.
Reflect on the passage you have read, savour one word or phrase that you have noticed more than others during your reading. Write this word down and begin pondering what God might be saying to you through this. How is this word speaking to your life?
Read the passage one more time.
Speak out in prayer what you sense God is saying to you. Tell Him how you feel encouraged, challenged by what He is saying to you and ask that the seed of His word in your heart would develop deep rooted truth that would lead to fruitfulness in your life.
Simply take some time to allow God to wrap you in His love, and let the word He has given you rest on you.
Finish by thinking of one way you might be able to live out the word that has penetrated your heart in your daily life.
Following the government announcement about a further national lockdown, sadly we will not be offering public worship, baptisms or weddings from 10thJanuary, until things improve.
All of our worship will be online, available each Sunday on the website, our facebook group and YouTube. For more details please see our Coronavirus update page.
Sunday 10th January – Baptism of Christ
11am Online Morning Worship
Sunday 17th January
11am Online Morning Worship
The Julian Group we be returning to the last Thursday of each month. More details will be given in a few week’s time.
Please pray for
The sick, among them Anthony Gibson Watt and all affected by the coronavirus.
Pray for the NHS, care workers and all front line workers and volunteers. We pray for race equality and for all victims of race crime and brutality. Pray for everyone spending Christmas on their own or unable to be with their family.
Remember all those who have died recently including Claudia Tom and Margaret Armstrong. We remember those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including Richard Roberts and Christopher Treglown.
Taking it in turns to pray for each other – this week we pray for St Kew.
Home Groups and Daily Prayer
Our Home Groups are staying in touch via phone, email and social media. We are praying regularly, especially at 9am. If you would like hard copies of spiritual resources, or need help getting on to facebook, please contact
Revd Rose (01208 592353 – email@example.com).
Private Prayer in Church Buildings
For more information about visiting the churches and what to expect, please visit our website.
The Bible Course
An eight-session course helping you explore the world’s bestseller.
The Bible is a big and complicated book to read and for many it can be difficult to know where to start. Maybe you’ve been part of a Bible study group and want to build your confidence so you can study the Bible on your own, or maybe you need help connecting together the bits you’ve been reading. The Bible Course is a great resource, whether you are familiar with the Bible or just starting out.
The Bible Course helps you see how the books of the Bible are part of one big story.
Using a unique storyline, The Bible Course will show you how key events, books and characters fit together.
The video teaching, course guide and daily readings will help you grow in confidence as you read the Bible for yourself.
Acts as a great follow-on resource for those who have done introductory courses like Alpha and Christianity Explored.
This is an online course via zoom, which is very easy to use and you will be sent a link each week to join the group from the comfort of your own home.
We will start on Tuesday evenings from 26th January
Find more details at: https://www.biblesociety.org.uk/explore-the-bible/the-bible-course/
Contact Geraldine if you are interested in joining a group: firstname.lastname@example.org
Goods for St Petrocs
As it is not possible to have collection boxes in the churches at the moment this is a reminder that St. Minver Post Office is an alternative collecting point.
If you want to know more about the latest Church of England Guidance, please see:
Please find resources, previous services and more at our website:
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: email@example.com St Minver Vicarage