This Sunday 15th October in Truro invite your friends & family to come along and see what church is like; we going to begin with bacon rolls and coffee together!
Welcome to our Harvest All Age services at St Kea this Sunday. Harvest is a time when we thank God for the many blessings He has given us and pray for those who are less fortunate than ourselves. This Sunday we are especially thinking about the work of Foodbank in Truro as they seek to help those in our own area who
Sarah Chaplin is the Chaplain at the Royal Cornwall Hospital and as part of her role she runs the hospital choir. They have a sponsored 24 hour sing marathon on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October at Truro Methodist Church. They are hoping to raise £24,000 for the BABA appeal at the hospital.
This event is open to the public so you are warmly invited to come along and listen. They also need stewards who could help for an hour or two during the marathon. If you think you could help then please contact me at the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can pass your details on to Sarah.
Ruth Putnam, Church Administrator
Tonight at Old Kea and next week at Truro and All Hallows we will be celebrating Harvest. These services are a great opportunity to invite friends back to church. Tonight’s service will be a traditional harvest service and next Sunday we will be enjoying our all age extravaganzas.
This year we will be collecting none perishable food for the work of Foodbank in Truro. The Foodbank has seen
John writes about the life of Jesus with one very simple aim, that by coming to Jesus we might know true life - life in all it’s fullness.
In our new sermon series 'Jesus' we will be exploring who Jesus is and what it really means to receive and live out the life he offers. No matter how many times you have read the Gospel of John and looked at the life and teaching of Jesus - he never fails to surprise us. Join us week by week as we discover how knowing Jesus as the Son of God changes everything about life lived now.