Christians at Pride : 24 Aug, Newquay

This year there will be a group of Christians taking part in the Pride parade in Newquay.

Newquay’s new curate, Revd Lee Chantler, said: “It’s my first year in the town and I think it’s really important that everybody is represented in the parade! There’s already a small group of us from both Anglican and Methodist backgrounds, but we would love to have more people on board from any background or denomination.

“The Christians at Pride website ( has great advice, banner ideas and sells official tee-shirts should people wish to purchase one. Anyone who wants to join us can contact me either at or through Facebook.”

Cornwall Pride is in now in its 12th year. The parade will move off from Beach Road Car Park at noon on Saturday, August 24. People joining the parade are advised to be there from 11am.

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“A New Kind of Normal” with Carol Kent : 21 Sep, St Austell


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Feast of Festivals and Flowers : 14-16 Aug, St Columb Major

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The Marriage and Relationships debate in the Methodist Church : 12 Jul, Hayle & St Austell.

The Marriage and Relationships debate in the Methodist Church : a conversation to help you think it through.

Hayle Methodist Church, 6 Chapel Hill, Hayle TR27 4JU, 3pm

St John’s Methodist Church, Bodmin Road, St Austell PL25 5AE

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Vacancy: Youth Worker, St Dennis : Closing date 29 Jul


St Piran’s Oratory: Guided Walk, Film, Displays & Cream Teas : 7 Jul, Perranporth

2-3hr guided walk through the dunes to the Oratory and ruined church from 1.30pm. Film, displays and refreshments from 2pm.

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Times of the Signs: a summer school : Thurs in July, St Austell



Led by Rev Stephen Caddick

4 weekly sessions looking at bible prophecy, what Jesus said about the end times and what the bible teaches about the future. These meetings are meant to encourage, inspire and motivate us as we consider the glorious future we have as sons and daughters of the living God.

Thursday evenings throughout July 7.30 at Mount Charles Methodist Church

4th July

Right First Time

Over 300 bible prophecies were fulfilled at the first coming of Jesus, we will look at some of these and some of the prophecies yet to be fulfilled when Jesus returns.

11th July

“Teacher When?”

What did Jesus Himself have to say about the end times?

18th July

The Great Escape

What does the bible say about the return of Jesus for His bride? What our eyes fixed on in these turbulent days? “Look up and be watchful for your redemption is drawing near.”

25th July

Back To The Future

Looking at the fulfilment of God’s eternal plan, the Millennium, the new creation and eternity. To infinity and beyond.

Everyone welcome. Come to all 4 if you can but don’t worry if you can’t make them all each session is a complete study.



Celtic Quiet Day at St Crida Church : 21 Jun, Grampound

St Crida 2019 Retreat Programme

Cost £6.00 each, payable on the day.

Each day will start at 10.00 am with tea or coffee at the back of the Church and will finish at 4.00 pm.

Please bring a packed lunch. A bowl of hot soup will be available at lunch time for £2.50p.

There is a toilet adjacent to the car park.

It might be advisable to wear sensible shoes and bring a jacket or coat (just in case!).

Friday 21st of June 2019 with Rev’d Elizabeth Foot (Towednack and Zennor). ‘The Feminine Celtic Spirit’

Friday 5th of July 2019 with Canon Pat Robson (Probus Team). ‘Pelagius. A voice from Britain’s Past.’

Tuesday 16th of July 2019 with Canon Shane Griffith (Mullion). ‘Chosen, Blessed, Broken, Given.’

Friday 2nd of August 2019 with Carol Miller (Lanivet). ‘Praying the Psalms.’

Friday 6th of September 2019 with Canon Pat Robson (Probus Team). ‘Inspired by Nature. A Celtic way of prayer.’

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