we regret this event has been CANCELLED due to the current emergency
11 May 2020
In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, and recent updates from the UK Government, it is with great disappointment that the Council of the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association (RCAA) has announced the cancellation of the 2020 Royal Cornwall Show that had been planned to take place later this year on the 10th,11th and 12th September.
We have left this difficult decision for as long as we feasibly could, having previously postponed the show from June to September, in the hope that it was possible to stage it then. However, with the current conditions on social distancing and possible Government restrictions on large events for the foreseeable future, it is just not possible to host a safe event for all those involved.Read more
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Mawnan Churches Together invite you to join us for Lent Soups, Friday 28th February – 3rd April inclusive.
All money collected donated to Christian Aid.
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As ‘in person’ events begin to resume, they will be added to our area listings. Most events will continue to be held online – please see the ‘Coming Events: Online’ tab
The Archbishop of Southwark said recently on visiting Aid To The Church in Need:
“Freedom To Believe is a Right and if We do not speak up, no-one will.
Solidarity with Persecuted Christians is in our hearts.
We should never be complacent about this.
It is not somebody else’s business . It is our business.
It has a claim in our hearts as Christians “
Our Justice and Peace Action Group will be meeting together to pray for and reflect on what we can do for our persecuted brothers and sisters
This is an Open Meeting and your support would be much appreciated.
Enquiries to Mary Bradley 01326 312 768
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HAVE YOU GOT ELDERLY FRIENDS WHO NEED COMPANIONSHIP?
Our Community Cafe & Lunch Club takes place every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 1:30pm (Lunch served at 12:30pm).
Our attendees tell us that the 2 course meal is amazing and excellent value. The food hygiene rating is also consistently at the highest level of 5.
Everyone is welcome and people attend from all walks of life. However it is very noticeable that many elderly people attend, not just for the meal, but to make new friends. Perhaps you know an elderly person who could do with more companionship? Please encourage them to come along to Community Lunches and make more friends.Read more
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The courses take place in the Old Cathedral School on Mondays 24 February & 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 March 2020 with three sessions offered each day 10am-12 noon, 2pm-4pm, 7.30pm-9.30pm.
For centuries theologians have been trying to say something about the nature of God and our relationship with him. And yet the overwhelming conclusion that they constantly come to is that God is ‘unknowable’ and will always remain a mystery. However, there is another medium that tries to reach out towards the nature of God, and that is poetry. Indeed, poetry can attempt an understanding of God that prose cannot get close to, because of its innate quality of pushing language to the limit, to take it to places that ordinary prose struggles to find. Poetry has been described as ‘the music of words,’ and this special art form lends itself perfectly to exploring the mysteries of our faith. Over six weeks, Dean Roger will be looking at some of the most significant religious poetry in the English language over the last 600 years or so, giving examples of key works and placing their authors into an overall historical context. You cannot understand Milton, for instance, without knowing something about the historical circumstances that produced perhaps the greatest of all English religious poems, Paradise Lost. So, if you want to learn something about the profound depths in which poets can take us, from William Dunbar to R S Thomas, then do consider coming to Windows Into Christian Poetry.
Free to attend, with donations gratefully appreciated.