Cornwall 192 Hours of Continuous Worship : 3-11 Jan, 8 locations

In January 2020 we are excited to gather in 8 different locations over 8 days. Hosted by churches, prayer rooms and cafes throughout Cornwall to simply love God together with all we’ve got. To celebrate a new decade by practicing the first and Greatest Commandment . Giving Him all the glory, standing as a county in putting Him first and responding to heaven’s call for the restoration of night and day worship. To join in on earth with that which is happening in heaven right now around His throne

We remain convinced that everything flows from this one act, from The Greatest Commandment.

If you have some time in the week Friday 3rd January to Saturday 11th January 2020 we would be deeply honoured and excited to worship Jesus alongside you and follow Holy Spirit’s lead together whether for one hour, two or 192:

Fri 3rd 7pm – Sat 4th 7pm
Hope, Penzance & Newlyn, TR18 4QB

Sat 4th 7pm – Sun 5th 7pm
Huddle, Falmouth, TR11 3DX

Sun 5th 7pm – Mon 6th 7pm
The Engine House, Redruth, TR15 1SS

Mon 6th 7pm – Tues 7th 7pm
All Saints, Highertown, Truro, TR1 3LD

Tues 7th 7pm – Weds 8th 7pm
Firehouse, Newquay, TR7 1BL

Weds 8th 7pm – Thurs 9th 7pm
Wadebridge Christian Centre, PL27 7DS

Thurs 9th 7pm – Fri 10th 7pm
No.4 Honey St, Bodmin, PL31 2DN

Fri 10th 7pm – Sat 11th 7pm
Gateway Church, Launceston, PL15 9EG

“It is only when we return to the first commandment that we are empowered to live out the second commandment. It is fulfilling the Great Commandment that leads us into the Great Commission. It is the fire that leads to the fragrance. It is deep intimacy that leads to true advocacy.”

Revelation 4:8-11
Each of the four living creatures had six wings and was covered with eyes all around, even under its wings. Day and night they never stop saying:

“‘Holy, holy, holy
is the Lord God Almighty,’
who was, and is, and is to come.”

Whenever the living creatures give glory, honor and thanks to him who sits on the throne and who lives for ever and ever, the twenty-four elders fall down before him who sits on the throne and worship him who lives for ever and ever. They lay their crowns before the throne and say:

“You are worthy, our Lord and God,
to receive glory and honor and power,
for you created all things,
and by your will they were created
and have their being.”

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Family Christmas Lunch : 8 Dec, St Austell

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.


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Big Christmas Sing : 6 Dec, Newquay

A festive schools’ concert, and a great opportunity to come together to get in the Christmas spirit!

For more details, email  phone 023 8070 6969 or visit

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Festive family Fun Day : 30 Nov, Newquay

The Wave House will be open from 11am – 5pm for a day of festive family fun during the Newquay Christmas Market on Saturday 30th November.

There will be family crafts, a skate competition on our new skate ramp, live music and yummy goodies.

You can chill out in the afternoon to the sweet sound of “Our Atlantic Roots” from 4pm – 5pm as they entertain us from the skate ramp stage!

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Revive Cornwall : 25-30 Nov, Truro, Newquay, Redruth

Walking with Jesus Ministries in partnership with Truro Baptist Church (25-26 Nov), NCC (27-28 Nov) and Engine House Redruth (29-39 Nov). Free admission, doors open 6.30pm.

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Modern Slavery training events : 14 Jan, Newquay

Visit to St Augustine’s, St Austell : 10 Dec, from Falmouth

Visit to St Augustine’s Catholic Church, St Austell, to  to hear about their Justice & Peace and CAFOD work, especially their Celebration of Creation.

Travel by  train from Penmere at 12:56, return by 17:45.

Bookings to Mary Bradley

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Developing Community Support for your Project : 5 Dec, St Columb

Next in the series of Meet the Funders follow-up workshops, covering Consulting with your Community, Sharing your Vision, and Ideas for getting your community together.



Environment Service : 20 Oct, Nanpean

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?


Worship Leaders Gatherings : 19-26 Oct, Liskeard, Redruth, Newquay, Bude

If you’re a worship leader, come join Jon and the South West School of Worship team at 6pm before the Creation Fest Worship Nights to pray, network and learn with other worship leaders in your area. These were such powerful times of connection and prayer last year, if you’re involved in worship, make sure you don’t miss it – and bring your team to get refreshed, inspired and equipped!

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