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:
Cornwall Faith Forum Review of the Year and AGM. Updates on the three Cornwall Faith Forum strands: Learning for Peace, Sharing for Peace, Building for Peace and hearing of future plans for the Cornwall Faith Forum for the next 3-S years.
Refreshments from 7pm with a 7.30pm start. All welcome.
On 19 October in Leuven, Belgium, Peter Conlan of Operation Mobilisation International (OM) will formally hand over the organisation’s records to EVADOC, Belgium’s archive for Protestantism and Evangelicalism. The archive will include sixty years of material which covers Bible smuggling into Soviet Russia, shipwreck, overland passage to India, mountain adventures in the Himalayas, and the growth of a movement estimated to have touched the lives of one billion people worldwide. Linked with KADOC-KU Leuven, Catholic University of Leuven, Evadoc is a leading research unit in the history of evangelicalism and protestantism in the Low Countries. Evadoc’s first task will be to catalogue the materials. Some restrictions will apply for security reasons. Peter Conlan has been with OM since the 1960s. The handover will take place at Evadoc’s 10 year anniversary Study and Meeting day, at the Evangelical Theological Faculty, Sint-Jansbergsesteenweg 95-97, 3001 Leuven, Belgium.
Aaldert Prins, spokesman for EVADOC, said today: “The OM
archive is one of the greatest treasures of the modern protestant missionary
movement. I am delighted that OM has chosen to entrust its records to EVADOC.”
Further information on OM is available at www.om.org.
Between May and September 2020, Bible Society will be working with local churches to deliver a unique Bible experience in nine cities across the UK. Home360 is an immersive film experience which tells the story of the Bible. Projected inside a nine metre Dome, the film can be seen by 30 people at a time.
Bible Society are asking local churches to support this project through the provision of small hospitality teams and by bringing their friends, family members work colleagues etc to come and see the film. In 2020, this experience will be taking place in the following nine cities: Hull, Exeter, Manchester, Liverpool, Leicester, Swansea, Brighton, Birmingham and Newcastle. .
‘May the God of hope fill you
with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow
with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.’ Romans 15:13
41% of practising Christians say that a spiritual experience or an
experience of the love of Jesus was a key influence in their coming to
faith – so if we help more people to experience God’s love and presence,
more of them will come to know him for themselves.
In 2020, 24-7 Prayer and HOPE Together invite you to unite as local
churches to host a creative, public prayer space. Invite your community
to experience God through talking and listening to Him in prayer.
Imagine, all over the country, people meeting the God of hope in
schools, work places, high streets, gardens and unexpected public
Will you offer your community a place they can meet God in prayer?
In the coming months we will be developing an information pack and
resources to give you everything you need to provide Hope Spaces in your
community in 2020. To register your interest email: email@example.com
Hi I’m Luci, Diocesan Environment Officer and I’m taking part in a Service in Nanpean on Sunday 20th October 9.30am to Celebrate the Environment and all are welcome.
We will look at 10 things we can all do to get ourselves ready for climate change and to live more simply and lessen the load on it.
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Then we will look at the Green Church Kernow Award scheme where EVERYONE in the community can get involved in actions around the church building and ground. Why not pop along?
The Green Church Kernow ‘Environmental Award Scheme’ encourages churches to implement a range of environmental recommendations. Perhaps you can help?
The Firelight Festival at Lowen Christian Centre* is back for its second year running!
Come along and enjoy a BBQ, campfire, small firework display, sparklers, games, hot chocolate, marshmallows, smores and live music from Kat May!
The event kicks off at 6:30pm on Friday 1st November 2019. If the weather is wet, then it may be postponed until Friday 8th November.
Children are welcome. Due to the presence of farm animals nearby, dogs are not allowed.
Tickets are £5 in advance or £10 on the night (limited availability)
Plus, stay over for an extra £5 and make a weekend of it!
For more information or to book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Lowen Christian Centre is not an events company, but occasionally wishes to host events to promote the use of the centre. LCC is available for group bookings and is a residential facility. To find out more, please visit www.lowenchristiancentre.co.uk