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Tonight St. Columb Minor and St. Colans very own Reverend Chris was ordaned as the Rural Dean for the Pydar Deanery. The service, taken by the Bishop was held in St. Columb Minor church which was standing room only. The congregation joined the various ministers in celebrating Chris's appointment.
Sorry its a bit late but the weely diary is below. There is a sprecial combined service on Sunday 29th with the methodist church, its a very family friendly service. Also please read the letter about the church car park.
This weeks diary of events. Including the new Community Market being held in the Church Hall on Saturday 4th August from 9am until 12pm, great chance to buy fresh produce.
Please see below for our weekly round up of events and services in and around the parish... including the St. Columb Minor Summer Fete on 14th July and the Church fete on 21st July.
As we are always keen to promote events in our parish we have been asked to highlight an upcoming event held by the St. Columb Minor Residents Association. They are holding an open meeting at St. Columb Minor Church Hall on Wednesday 25th April 2018 at 7pm. Guest speakers include Paul Summers giving an update on the rec and other issues, Mark Godsall will also be attending to discuss the Newquay Spaceport project. The meeting is open to everyone. Also below is the weekly newsletter to download.
Please find below the parish newsletter and diary for the forthcoming week.
Please find below the Parish Newsletter and diary for the forthcoming week.
Here is the updated weekly parish newsletter giving details of various services and events in the parish
The past week has seen the country as a whole face many problems (some still ongoing) due to the widespread disruption caused by the 'Beast from the East'. Whilst the media has sensationalised the event it has meant that many communities throughout Britain have suffered loss and hardship, however one thing it has done it brought those communities together. There have bee numerous reports of people giving up their time and offering their services to help those around them, from hotels and guest houses opening their doors for the homeless to taxi companies and 4x4 owners working through the night transporting carers and valuable supplies. Hopefully this work will continue and if nothing else this last week will serve to strengthen the bonds within our communities.
As per our previous blogs we are as always developing and expanding our calendar of events to not only highlight the work of the church but help bring our community together. We have a couple of events planned in the run up to Easter, there is the Agape Meal, this is being held on Maundy Thursday and we also have a Good Friday workshop (see details of both below). Please keep checking our Whats on page and Calendar for further information on upcoming events etc.