A day with Sam Wells and guests to explore theology and ways of being church engaging HeartEdge approaches and Celtic spirituality.
About this Event
Join Sam Wells, Bishop Hugh Nelson, Michelle Brown and guests for an ecumencal day at St Mary’s, Penzance, via Zoom. We’ll look at the HeartEdge 4Cs and how they work across Cornwall – including:
Congregation: Liturgy, worship & congregations.
Commerce: Being entrepreneurial, rethinking church buildings, growing income via enterprise.
Compassion: Growing participation to address social need.
Culture: Art, music & ideas connecting with communities
How are we being church in a global pandemic? What is the emerging ‘new normal’ in Cornwall and what could church look like emerging into this? How are ancient ideas of Celtic spirituality and new approaches like HeartEdge – offering helpful ways to reimagine church?
A day relevant for rural, coastal and towns and village church communities.
On Zoom, arrive for 10am for introductions. Use this page to book in to attend via Zoom.
In person, arrive for 9.45am – programme starts at 10am. Use this page to book in to attend this socially-distanced event in person.
St Ives Foodbank serves TR26 residents in crisis. We provide food for people in crisis who have been referred to us by various agencies. All food has been donated and what we can give does depend upon what has been donated, however we aim to provide enough food for a family of four for three days per voucher.
During the COVID period we are NOT open for people to come to the foodbank. We deliver all parcels to people’s home. Please call or text this number 07958 390303 if you require Foodbank during this time.
Deliveries on Thursdays, please text us your address and number of people in your household by Wednesday
Please text or call this number 07958 390303 for larger donations to be collected as most collection points apart from Tesco are closed to the public. If you text please give us your address and telephone number and a brief description of your donation.
Local supermarket donation points:
Tesco Carbis Bay, St Ives Rd, Carbis Bay, St Ives TR26 2PN
Demand has significantly increased due to self-isolation and job losses, and we are expecting high demand in the coming weeks.
St Ives Foodbank desperately needs help with food donations to meet demand during this pandemic, and also financial donations, needed to buy milk, bread, fresh fruits and veg.
Financial donations can be made by Online banking to:
Sort code 544116
Account number 46557563
Account name: St Ives Foodbank
St Johns in the Field Church, Higher Stennack, St Ives, TR26 2HG
Hayle Foodbank was set up in 2012 by volunteers: members of Churches Together, the Labour Party, local businesses and the Town Council. The foodbank relies on support from the local community through donations of food items, financial gifts and volunteer time. All the supplies in the foodbank store are either donated by the local community: churches, supermarket collections, schools, individuals, and businesses, or purchased using cash donations. The foodbank also benefits from support from Helston Foodbank.
A network of local agencies refer people in crisis to the foodbank, where they will find a non-judgemental environment and be offered an emergency donation of food. People referred receive a voucher entitling them to 3 x 1-week supply of food. Those needing help with food in the Hayle area are asked not to come to Hayle Food Bank personally but to e-mail a request to firstname.lastname@example.org preferably by Thursday in any given week. The supplies will then be delivered to their door by a volunteer member of the Food Bank.
Donations can be dropped at the foodbank on a Saturday mornings 9.30 – 10.30. Hayle Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, Hayle TR27 4JU or at local supermarket donation point; ASDA supermarket Hayle: 1 South Quay, Hayle TR27 4EP.
Hayle Foodbank posted on Facebook 10th April: We are now a delivery only service whilst lockdown is in place. We have also moved to referral by email so you don’t need to see the GP, health visitors, teacher, CAB etc. in person to get a voucher. The person referring you just needs to email email@example.com. If you already have a referral and have some weeks left on your voucher you can just email us yourself. Please include your name, address and contact number. We will also now accept a Universal Credit letter as a referral. We know there has been a surge in applications for UC from people who have lost their job due to Corona. Please, please don’t be shy, if you are out of work and need us, we are here for you. No one needs to be hungry.
Hayle Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, Hayle, TR27 4JU
Hayle Foodbank is now a delivery only service whilst lockdown is in place.
If you Love Jesus and Love people please come along to seek our Fathers heart for St.Ives and for HIS church in the area…
This hour precedes the monthly Churches together meeting with One Heart- All very welcome
We want to encourage all believers – this is a time for YOU to be united in spirit and purpose in crying out to God- Not just for leaders, intercessors and other warriors – but all Local Christians – Now is the time
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HeartEdge is a movement of churches and organisations growing commercial and cultural activity, compassionate response to need and congregational life. As an ecumenical network, a HeartEdge Day brings together people to share ideas and experience, do theology and develop their church and community. The day in Penzance is an opportunity to do theology, make useful connections and develop your own ideas for work locally across Cornwall.
“The HeartEdge Day is a great takeaway – we came as a group and learnt loads. Some we will implement immediately – other ideas we’ll be working on….” Feedback, Newcastle Day
The day includes input from Sam Wells plus local practitioners – experts by experience – sharing their insights about assets and obstacles. This is about what works – and why, and the learning from when things don’t work out. The day is organised and programmed locally, by practitioners who know about issues, challenges and opportunities in Cornwall. All participants focus on learning and sharing ideas and experience that are transferable.