Monday, 10 April 2017

Notices for this week: 10 April

Notices for this week: 10th April

Tuesday Quiet Time at 09.15am in St Nicholas Chapel

Tuesday  There is a Memorial Service for Jack Trewhella at 2.30pm Please wear something bright to celebrate the life of Jack.

Wednesday Art Project. In Perranuthnoe at 10-30 with shared lunch in the Church Room.

Wednesday, Bishop Chris is arriving here in Mount's Bay from his pilgrimage walk through Cornwall. Arriving at Ludgvan around lunchtime then walking to St. Michael's Mount and the chapel there, then on to Marazion Church for 6pm. All welcome to join him. Full details of his route can be found on the Diocese of Truro website:

Maundy Thursday there is a funeral service for the late Canon Noel Michell (formerly at St. Hilary) at 10.30am at St. Mary's Church, Penzance.

Maundy Thursday Celtic Evening Prayer with Revd Annie HenryHolland, outside if it's sunny in the prayer garden, otherwise in St. Nicholas Chapel inside church. 

Maundy Thursday Benefice Service is at 7pm here at Perranuthnoe church with the watch continuing in the churchyard followed by lamb and pitta bread in the church room at 11.30pm

Good Friday meditation service here, led by Archdeacon Bill Stuart White at 2pm.
Followed by a Cross Labyrinth on the beach by Rev Annie at 3.30pm.

Afternoon Tea at 2-4pm in the Church Room with sandwiches, scones and sweet treats. Please come along to support the EVE Appeal.

Benefice Easter Morning Sunrise Service on Perranuthnoe beach with Canon Nigel and Rev. Kirsten at 5.30am. followed by breakfast in the church room. Dilys and Coby will be making the breakfast, and any further help with the preparation of this would be much appreciated.

Easter Sunday Family Service with Archdeacon Bill at 11.15am.

Benefice Lent Appeal

There will be a collection basket for this year's Lent Appeal on Easter Sunday, where we can bring along donations raised during Lent including the donations from St. Piran's Feast and Lent lunches. Thank you all who supported the Lent lunches by making soup, helping and coming along on the day. All donations will be then sent to the charity Wi'am through the Amos Trust.

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