This year, One World Week focuses on climate change and the need for immediate action in order to ensure that the planet’s systems continue to support its diversity of plants and animals, including humans, and their projected populations.
The One World Week Exhibition will be displayed in the cathedral from Sunday 20 October to Wednesday 30 October. Be sure to take a look if you’re visiting during that time!
The following organisations have agreed to participate and provide information:
- St Petroc’s Society
- Christian Aid
- Mothers’ Union
- Transition Truro: Cornwall Butterfly Conservation
- Wild Truro/Penair Community Garden
- Rotary Club Evolution (Toilet Twinning)
- Christians Against Poverty
- Living Churchyards
Eve will share with us her experiences of living in a country where corruption and injustice are rife, and affect every aspect of life.
An open meeting with the FPCT Justice & Peace Action Group – all welcome. Followed by prayers for peace and the persecuted.
Revd Ruth Whitehead, Moderator, United Reformed Church South Western Synod shares the sad news that the Falmouth United Reformed Church will close following a final service on Sunday October 27th at 10.30
(n.b. this is the morning the clocks go back).
The building wil be sold in due course.
I hope this news can be shared among the other churches in Falmouth, where I pray the remaining members of the URC will find new homes,
Synod website: www.urcsouthwest.org.uk
To confirm your place please email Luci on email@example.com
The Towards Zero Suicide event takes place this Thursday, the 10th of October, to mark World Mental Health Awareness Day.
The event will focus on the role that everyone has to play in reducing the stigma around mental health and in developing the services and interventions that will make a real difference to peoples lives.
Come along to Falmouth’s Princess Pavillion from 5.30pm to 8.30pm on Thursday and let’s work together to wipe out suicide.
Speaker: Roy Hendy
Theme: Where Now Is Your Boasting?
All welcome – why not bring a friend!
Jane Charman gives an update on progresss at the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power project near Redruth.
All welcome to this open meeting of the FPCT Justice and Peace Group. Followed by Prayer for Persecuted Christians.
Please note this meeting will be in the Bourne Hall, Falmouth Methodist Church and NOT at St. Mary’s (due to renovation work in the hall there).
Join us as we Walk For Freedom in Falmouth.
We believe that every step we take locally leaves footprints globally. Every pound fundraised, every poster seen, every person made aware of the issue of human trafficking, add up to one Global impact – a world where everyone is free.
If you have any questions about this walk please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have any general questions about A21 or the global Walk For Freedom email email@example.com.