Saturday, 26 November 2016


Sunday 27th November
11.15am Morning Service with Communion at Perranuthnoe led by Rev. Leslie.
4pm Advent Carol Service at St. Hilary Church.

Tuesday 29th November
Quiet Time in St. Nicholas Chapel, Perranuthnoe Church

Thursday 1st December
10.30-12 Drop In For Coffee in Perranuthnoe Church Room. All welcome

2pm at Seawards, Perranuthnoe, there will be a meeting for planning the Carol SingAlong. If you would like to take a reading, sing or play an instrument at the SingAlong on the 22nd December, please come along to the planning meeting on 1st or let Rev. Annie know on 07768 166309.

4.30– 5pm Evening Prayer in St. Nicholas Chapel within the church.

6.30pm Perranuthnoe Home Group meet at Penlayree, starting with supper, followed by study and conversation. Call 711248.

Sunday 4th December
11.15am Morning Service with Communion
led by Rev. Canon Nigel and Rev. Kirsten, with Sunday School led by Rev. Bridget.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Monday, 21 November 2016

Saturday, 19 November 2016

Notices week commencing Monday 21st November

Every Tuesday morning Quiet Time in St. Nicholas side Chapel within the church 9.15 - 9.45 am

Tuesday evening, 22nd, the last of the November "Food For Thought" talks:  Pilgrimage to Santiago by Caroline Attwood  7.30pm Perranuthnoe Church Room to include spanish style refreshments!

Every Thursday morning:  Please come and  Drop In For Coffee  10.30 - 12 noon Perranuthnoe Church Room.  Everyone most welcome.

Every Thursday Evening Prayer  4.30 - 5pm in St. Nicholas' side chapel within the church.

Friday 25th at  7pm is Classic Film Night.  Please call Dave Ellis on 711248 to book your seat.

Sunday Morning 27th Church Service with Communion 11.15 led by Rev'd. Leslie Attwood.

Monday, 17 October 2016

Home Group

Perranuthnoe Home Group

Please come along to an initial meeting on Wednesday 19th October at 7.30pm at Penlayree, the home of Dilys and David Ellis, opposite Perranuthnoe Church Room. The meeting will be an informal gathering led by Bridget Macaulay about the home group which will be starting fortnightly soon on Thursday evenings.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

The Living Churchyard at Perranuthnoe

The Living Churchyard Project                                                                   October 2016

The whole churchyard was cut by Cornwall Council in September.   Some people came along after and made a start on raking up.   Ann, Peter and David G were there most days with Susan raking the long grass into piles.  This was the first time in many years that the cut grass was removed and gradually this will enable more wild flowers to become established. The grass was made into several large stacks all over the churchyard which were removed with special thanks to John Jago who came with his dumper truck. On the day of the Harvest Rake Up, lots of people came and continued raking up and at the end of the morning everyone stood round the 'triangle' at the entrance, which Susan had prepared, and sowed wild flower seeds which we can hopefully look forward to seeing in the Spring.  Susan then gave an interesting talk in church where she described the various wildlife she had seen visiting the areas of long grass when she was there working this summer then went on to explain that she will concentrate on a strip of grass at a time, cutting and raking a little at a time starting at the top of the west facing area and gradually working down towards the church, which will be a long term project.   Thank you to everyone who came with their rakes and wheelbarrows and contributed to the wonderful harvest weekend. 

Help Needed

The grass is still growing in our warmer Cornish climate especially in the north-facing section of the churchyard at the rear of the tower.   If anyone is able to offer any help with further strimming in that area before the winter sets in, please contact Susan on 07752843743.