Pew News Notices

Breakfast Club Thanks
Thank you Fiona for another delicious start to the day at Breakfast club. Such a good breakfast and company, why not come along to try it for yourself next time?Thursday 2nd November from 8.30am

Lamorna Harvest Thanks
Thank you to Mike Seale for organising the Lamorna Harvest Festival on Sunday, a very enjoyable evening with a lovely meal. Thanks to the Wink Inn for their hospitality, to Godfrey for playing at the service, and Tegan, from our youth group, who led the prayers so beautifully. A lovey evening.

Baptism Thanks
Thank you to Rene, Wendy, Caroline and Paddy for your support and help for our very busy and happy baptism in St Buryan last week. What a joyous occasion as we welcomed Leah, Rachel and Beccy into the family of God. May they know his love and blessing all their lives.

please pray for Martha‚Äč on Sunday 22nd October at St Buryan, and Fred on Sunday 5th November at St Buryan.

please pray for Katie & James on Saturday 30th December at St Levan.
Next year’s weddings: Dominic & Fiona on Saturday 7th April in St Buryan church; Samantha & Thomas on Saturday 21st April in Sennen church; Stephanie & Joe on Saturday 19th May in St Buryan church; Donna & Daniel on Saturday 21st July in Marlborough; Thomas & Georgina, Wedding Blessing on Wednesday 25th July in St Levan church; Dom & Louise on Saturday 28th July in St Levan church;

Supper Night Salt & Pepper Set
The salt and pepper set has arrived back home after it’s holiday and is now in the cupboard waiting for the next Supper Evening!! Many thanks Wendy.

Introducing Posada
“So Joseph went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child.”  Luke 2:4- 5.

What is Posada? Posada is a Spanish word meaning ‘inn’. Posada celebrations originated in Mexico where two young people were chosen to dress up as Mary and Joseph. They used to travel from house to house in their village telling people about the imminent arrival of Jesus and asking them if they would give Him a room. On Christmas Eve they would re-enact a community play and bring figures of Mary and Joseph to be placed in a crib.

The modern day equivalent is based on this concept but encourages people to give a home to the nativity figures of Mary and Joseph for a night. This symbolises making room for Jesus in our lives, homes and communities.

Each night from the fourth Sunday before Christmas the figures travel around the parish, work place or community from place to place arriving in Church or at a service on Christmas Eve in time to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

The journey encourages people to think about the meaning of Christmas and to share the message with others. On Christmas Eve when the figures arrive at their final destination, the crib scene is built up during a service in preparation for Christmas Day.

Sennen Churchtown Hall
Jane Atkinson writes:  I am responsible for collating the "Friends of Sennen Churchtown Hall" list. So if you would like to be on the friends of Sennen Churchtown Hall list to be kept in touch with events and news please email with your email address and name. Thank you!

Vote for Sennen Hall
Please help by making your voice count for the Marks and Spencer Solar Panels grant for Sennen Churchtown Hall, to vote go to or and click on Solar Roof Project (top right in green)to access the M&S project page. The project with the most votes will be awarded the grant for solar panels.

Church Flower Arranging
St Buryan church flower arrangers are looking for a few more volunteers to join their flower arranging team on a rota basis. Both experienced arrangers and beginners are welcome, training and encouragement can be freely given. Details from Sheila Tel: 810250

Vacancy - Musical Leader and Organist
St Buryan Church seeks to appoint a Musical Leader to play the organ and piano and lead the choir. For a full job description contact: Canon Vanda Perrett on     01736 810 216

Quarterly Charities
Being supported until 31st December are  the  Salvation Army (Box at St Levan) and St Petroc’s (Coffee Money at St Buryan and Loose Change Box at Sennen).

AMD Info and Updates
Vanda is  taking part in the Truro Diocesan AMD, (Accompanied Ministry Development), ‘Working Together to Grow Our Churches’ programme. It focuses on five themes, each central to church life. (1) God’s People: Who are we? What has God called us to do?; (2) God’s Reconciliation: How do we live out this reconciliation with each other and demonstrate his love?; (3) God’s Good News: How is the gospel proclaimed in word and deed?; (4) Living for God: How do we live for God every day, not just Sundays?; and (5) Worshipping God: How is our worship a witness to the Gospel?

Our AMD representatives are Caroline Amos and Ian Groves at St Buryan; John Rudge and Bridget Hughes-Jones at St Levan; Michelle Brown and Jean Jefferies at Sennen.  

Safeguarding Policy
The Diocese of Truro Safeguarding Policy is contained in a handbook entitled Responsible Caring. A link is available on the Diocesan website homepage and paper copies are held by Canon Vanda and our Lead Safeguarding Co-ordinator, Caroline Gill at St Buryan. Named Contact Persons at St Levan are Bridget Hugh Jones and at Sennen, Matt Mulloy. If you have any concerns relating to Safeguarding or if you wish to see the handbook, please contact any one of the above.’ 

Diocesan Newsletter
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