The Frog Project : 24-27 Jul, Frogpool

Artist in residence Bettina Holland is leading a creative project this week making a wall hanging for the Methodist Church at Frogpool. The village used to have a large pool for the horses to drink from and apparently it was filled with frogs. According to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust they would have been common frogs. Information, creative activities, community involvement, coffee, cake and some time for reflection. All welcome. #creativepace #krowji #frogpool #cornwall #textiles #frogs #cornwallwildlifetrust #themethodistchurch #communityproject

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Awake Cornwall: 48 Hours of Worship & Prayer : 6-8 Sep, The Lizard

A weekend of 48 hours of worship and prayer, to make space for God and be immersed in His presence.

We are super excited to gather, 7pm Fri 6th – 7pm Sun 8th September, on the beautiful Little Trethvas Campsite for a weekend of camping, loving God, ministering to His heart, encountering and responding to Him. A time to be loved by and love Him, to be known by and know Him, on The Lizard in Cornwall.

Camping pitches are free for the weekend so if you like the idea of a spacious weekend, simply seeking and enjoying God, putting aside the doing and stepping in to the being we’d be so excited to see you, join us! You can also pop in for a day or an 1/2 day if that suits you better.

To book a pitch for the weekend, so we know numbers, email awakecornwall@gmail.com or call Mike Tate on 07810 620470.
For more info on Little Trethvas check out Little Trethvas Farm – Holiday Cottages, Camping & Touring Site.

Psalm 24:6&7
Such is the generation of those who seek him,
who seek your face, God of Jacob.

Lift up your heads, you gates;
be lifted up, you ancient doors,
that the King of glory may come in.

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One Church for Langarth? 4 Jul, Truro

On Thursday 4th at 7.30pm churches across Truro are being invited to come together (meeting at Threemilestone Methodist Church), to pray for the proposed new community at Langarth (2700 homes, two schools, 3 village centres) and to consider the vision for a new place of worship in the midst of the development.

Please come and join us for a prayerful discussion, to help us learn and discern together what God is bringing about for His Church in this large town size new development.

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Ezer Women’s Conference : 29 Jun, Redruth

A day for all women to explore our identity and value as daughters of the King of kings. Featuring a special guest speaker from Restored.

You are invited to the first ever Ezer women’s conference at The Engine House Church.

Carolina Kuzaks-Cardenas from Restored will be coming to speak to us about exploring our identity and value as women. We will spend some time exploring what this looks like through the lens of healthy relationships.

The day will start at 9:30am for coffee and registration, ready for a 10am start. The conference will end at 4pm.

We will share a time of worship together and will enjoy getting to know each other better, going deeper in our friendships with one another and hearing what the Lord has laid on Carolina’s heart to share with us.

This is a free event and all women aged 16 and up are welcome! If you would like to give a donation then there will be an opportunity to do so, but tickets are completely free.

Please bring a packed lunch and we’ll make sure that there is plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits to keep you topped up throughout the day.

Come ready to encounter Jesus, hear what he has to say about who you are to him and be blessed!

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Cornwall Churches Environment Group : July, Falmouth – St Wenn – Redruth

The recently relaunched Cornwall Churches Environment Group is organising local events to resource potential Environment Champions. If you are interested please contact Luci@climatevision.co.uk to register for a place. Dates are:

Tuesday July 2nd 6-8.30 All Saints Falmouth

Friday July 12th 6-8.30 St. Wenn

Saturday July 20th 11-1.30 St. Andrews, Redruth

For further details of the Group contact Andrew Yates

SurviveAlive Outdoor Adventure Camp : 12-16 Aug, nr Helston

SurviveAlive youthworks aims to promote spiritual, physical and emotional well-being through its summer camps and events. SurviveAlive has been operating Christian activity camps every year since 1997, which have been run by skilled people from a number of churches. SurviveAlive camps encourage the life, energy and values of the Christian faith.

We invite all young people aged 11 – 17 (school years 7 – 12) to come along to the camp. We support and encourage the young people who attend to develop their natural abilities and gifts in all areas, including leadership, catering, music, audio/video and sport.

If you are aged 17 or 18, please check out our Young Leaders page for more information about becoming a Young Leader. If you are aged 18 and over, we are always on the look out for new volunteer leaders. Please contact us for more information.

SurviveAlive risk assesses all activities, and works hard to ensure that campers stay safe at all times. At SurviveAlive we do all we can to ensure campers have a good time and our campers’ health and safety is always a priority. SurviveAlive ensures that campers are always supervised and cared for properly. All of the camp leaders are CRB/DBS checked and trained in safe-guarding, and some have additional training in first aid and food hygiene. All leaders, teachers and helpers have an active and personal relationship with God, accepting that Jesus Christ is God’s only Son, who died and rose again to set them free from sin.

Derek Thomas, the founder of SurviveAlive, oversees the summer camps alongside a core team of volunteers.

Costs: Please click  here  to see how much SurviveAlive summer camp will cost.

Summer Camp is from the 12th – 16th Aug 2019 for all young people aged 11+ (School Years 7-12+).

Monday arrival: 9am
Friday departure: Please arrive at 8.45pm, to collect your campers at 9.00pm.Booking form

For further informationplease contact us at admin@survivealiveyouthworks.co.uk

The Wounded Healer Course: 13 Jul, Gwennap

The Eight Saints Cluster invite those of you who would like to grow in confidence, to the ‘Wounded Healer Course’, which will be held at Gwennap Church Hall on the 13th of July from 9:30am-4:30pm.

The course has been well received both nationally and internationally, enabling many to grow in confidence in the Ministry of Healing. Healing prayer has a long Christian tradition, beginning with Our Lord’s commission to all believers to do the works he did.

The course is an interactive day of input and experimentation in a safe and encouraging environment.

If you would like to attend please contact Revd Karen Hunter Jones – kehunterjones@gmail.com

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