With the G7 summit just days away, St Anta Church in Carbis Bay has thrown itself into the G7 spirit by joining Christian Aid’s Wave of Hope for G7.
Local school children have been busy decorating hands to join the county-wide Wave of Hope which Christian Aid want to see displayed outside churches in the diocese throughout the G7 conference.
With St Anta right in the thick of it, with the summit taking place virtually next door, churches were asked to select a hand from their own displays to be added to St Anta’s for the countries leaders to see as they make their way to and from the meetings.
The Bishop of St Germans, The Rt Revd Hugh Nelson, who also leads the Creation Care work in the diocese popped down to St Anta to see the display and meet children creating hands to add to the artwork.
For more information on Christian Aid’s Wave of Hope visit www.christianaid.org.uk/get-involved/campaigns/wave-hope
For more information on G7 locally and how you can get involved and pray, visit https://trurodiocese.org.uk/faith-life/g7-prayers/