DISC Newquay helps the most vulnerable in our society. We provide free food 4 days a week, help with heating costs, provide clothing, haircuts and help with housing, debt, mental health and pets in a safe and welcoming atmosphere. We are a Christian charity made up of volunteers over various churches in Newquay who have a heart and passion to serve in the community those who are disadvantaged and those who are homeless.
Our aim as a charity is to enhance and help pre existing organisations in not only Newquay but Cornwall. By networking with other agencies we aim to help those who are homeless and those who potentially might be.
This year’s conference looks at the heart of God as we celebrate all He loves. This year we will also be providing a space for mums to bring their children up to primary age. The team are equipped and ready to cater for your child’s needs. This ensures all are able to access the teaching on offer. Follow the link to book your early bird ticket for just £10 (normally £15) (includes lunch and drinks)
During the coronavirus pandemic, please assume that all except online events are cancelled or postponed. We will provide updated information as available
Saturday walk programme 2020
All walkers welcome, just turn up!
Friday 27 March | St Germans To Looe | 9 Miles | 10.30-4.30pm | moderate walking on cliff path
Saturday 28 March | Looe To Lansallos | 6.5 Miles | 10.30-3.15pm moderate walking on cliff path
WITH OPTIONAL OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION
Join us for this great opportunity to walk in Spring on the stunning
first section of the Cornish Celtic Way….. Dogs welcome on leads where
FRIDAY: Meet at St German’s Priory 10.30am. Free car parking is available in St German’s Village. Packed lunch needed. Arrive
in Looe 4.30pm. Drivers can be returned to their cars in St Germans .
We will be having Fish & Chips etc in Looe for an evening meal.
ACCOMMODATION: at Riverside United Church, West Looe. Cost for basic
accommodation (sleeping bag and mat needed) is £20 (including breakfast
and Saturday’s packed lunch, and car support). Other discounted bed and
breakfast accommodation is also available. Please contact Penny for
details or to book, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07881791914.
SATURDAY: Meet at Riverside United Church, West Looe, PL13 2BU. Leave
10.30am for Lansallos via Polperro. All drivers will be returned to
their cars. Car support cost for day walkers = £3
Saturday 25 April | Bassett’s cove to Gwithian | 2pm start
Details to follow….
Friday and Saturday 15th-16th May
To be arranged- we will be staying in a church hall overnight. Join us for either or both days…….
Saturday 20 June | Lanivet to Lanhydrock
A walk connecting the Cornish Celtic Way and the Bodmin Way. Details to follow.
For on-the-day weather concerns and further info contact Penny 07881791914
Fri 6th March 7.30pm at the stunning Lanivet One For All community Centre. Ruth Gunn from Bethel Community Church Redruth in Redruth, Sally Timms from Wave House Church in Newquay and Sarah Jeffrey from Gateway Church Bodmin Area in Lanivet will be sharing their amazing life changing testimonies. There will be nibbles, CAKE and refreshments. Come and take time out ladies, have a night off, bring a friend or two and be blessed. See you soon!
The Oasis Centre, based in shop front premises in St Columb Major, Cornwall UK, is a registered charity and a voluntary community organisation working in partnership with other statutory and voluntary organisations in the area. The Oasis Centre is managed by a group of local people, governed by a Constitution. The Centre was established in 2008 and the Constitution states that its purpose is to relieve persons resident in the parishes of St. Columb, St. Ervan, St. Eval, St. Mawgan (known as the Lann Pydar Benefice) and surrounding areas who are in a condition of need, hardship, distress, ill-health, disability or other disadvantage.
The Wellbeing Cafe takes place each Thursday morning from 10:00am to 12 noon in the Columba Centre in St Columb. The Wellbeing Cafe provides entertainment and social activities as well as a helping hand to find support when needed from outside agencies. It is a place to meet others, relax, share experiences over a cup of tea or coffee. It is for everyone of any age, whether you are new to the area, feeling lonely, tired or fed up or just in need of some company. A cosy and warm atmosphere which is safe, welcoming and friendly. There are light refreshments, board games, arts and crafts, people to talk to and occasional speakers and entertainment. We have monthly outings to places chosen by our members.
Do you feel as well as you would like to? If you are interested, there is a Health Trainer who comes along regularly to help with any weight problems and offers suggestions about diet, fitness and general health and wellbeing. Come along and join us Any Thursday. It’s only £1 for the whole morning including drinks and most activities.
Keep Your Sparkle Going
Keep Your Sparkle Going provides a friendly social meeting place for those with all forms of memory problems, and their families and friends who would welcome a break in their daily lives, and a chance to go out and enjoy themselves. Our team of volunteers offer an afternoon of friendship and support, enhanced with social activities and refreshments. The relaxed and informal atmosphere allows those having memory difficulties with opportunities to share reminiscences and enjoy the afternoon with music, songs, games, creative arts and other activities.
can relax too, knowing that they are in a place of understanding and
care, able to exchange experiences with other carers and our volunteers,
and to obtain further professional advice if needed. We hope that those
attending will help us create a programme with activities that are
appropriate for everyone.
Jesus said “I have come to give you everything in abundance, more than you expect — life in its fullness until you overflow!” John 10:10 Whether you’re new to faith or you’ve been walking with Jesus a long time, come and take a step towards living in God’s full blessings for you. Restoring the Foundations is for anyone who desires healing and freedom. Last year in October over 60 people came to this event. This session will be similar, but will be run by Jules and John. Come along if you want a refresher, or if you missed the last one and would like to find out about RTF this time round. As before – it’s for anyone who wants to receive healing from God, and also it’s the first step for anyone who wants to get trained in helping other people through RTF.
This day is FREE – we ask if possible for donations for the refreshments that will be available during the day. We recommend to bring your own Lunch or there are plenty of places to purchase a sandwich.
IF you intend on coming please make sure you click GOING on this FB event.
Par District Churches Together are holding a service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity at Par St Mary’s Methodist Church, Chapel Road, Par, PL24 2AE on Sunday January 19th at 3pm. The Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mountstephen will be the preacher. All welcome.
Worshipping Friends is a registered charity based in Cornwall and a collective of worshippers and musicians from around the South West. “Simply loving God, going as He leads and playing a part in the restoration of night and day worship in the nations.”
We believe practising the Greatest Commandment, loving God with our all, is our highest honour and the most significant act here on earth. He moves powerfully through the praise and worship of His people. We love to gather, linking with local churches, for extended times of worship. Giving Him all the glory and space to do what only He can do in hearts, households, communities and localities.
From Friday 3rd January to Saturday 11 th January we are excited to gather for 8 days of continuous worship. Worshippers and musicians from across the county gathering together to simply fix our eyes on Jesus, lift up His Name and say ‘Yes and Amen’ to all He has for Cornwall and our nation.
All are welcome to pop in for as little or as much time as suits, whether it’s to sit and be or join us in singing His praise. We understand there are many different styles and expressions of worship throughout the church and these gatherings could be described as informal, contemporary and prophetic worship. Worshippers and musicians release hymns, psalms, new songs, loving and honouring God and loving and honouring each other as we stand together in corporate worship.For more details check out our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/worshippingfriends
or email: email@example.com
Come along and join us for the Family Christmas Lunch at St John’s Church on Sunday 8 December!
Tickets are £11 for adults (proceeds will go to Christian Aid).
The feast will consist of: melon and fruit cocktail, roast turkey, parsley, lemon and thyme stuffing, pigs in a blanket, cranberry relish, roast potatoes, carrots, sprouts, petits-pois, raspberry trifle, fresh fruit, tea, coffee and chocolate mints!
If you are vegetarian please pre-order your meal and you will be served a delicious vegetarian lunch!
All are welcome!
To book please call Julia and John Hubbard on 01726 66140.