13 New members  made today at Central  Methodist Church  Today. Praise God !!!!!!!!!

Superintendent Minister: The Revd. Daniel Reed

Tel. No. 01326 572303

SUNDAY 11th November 2018

10:50 Service of Remembrance at Grylls Monument – refreshments at Central

6pm Holy Communion – Contemplation – Rev Andrew Hill


Mon 12th 5-6pm Free Community Evening Meal at CMCH.

1:15 for 1:30pm Home Group at Sue & Chris Smith’s, 32 Barton Close, Helston 01326 561010.

7:30pm Bible Study – continuation of series on “The Gospel of John” Central Room 2, contact Pastor Bill 01326 572873

Tues 13th 10:30-12:30 Coffee Morning in Wesley Hall – Gillian & Maureen Bowley.

10:30 to 11am Prayer based on Growth – Pauline Reed.

7:30pm Talking Jesus, Central Wesley Hall.

Wed 14th 10am-12noon Baden & Martin History Group autumn series at Central.

1-2:45pm Tiddlers, a light lunch is available from 12:30.

5-6pm Free Community Evening Meal at CMCH.

7:30pm Circuit Gospel choir practice, contact Ben Reed 01326 572303 for more details.

Thurs 15th 2:30-4pm Coffee Time with extras – Edna & Sally.

3pm Degibna – Healing Service led by Helston & District Christian Healing Team.

6-7pm Weigh & Pray Room 2.

Fri 16th 10:30am-12:30 Coffee Morning in Wesley Hall – The Men.

10:30am for 11am prayers Degibna.

11am Service at Godolphin House with Rev Danny.

Youth Club – House of Cards - Enquiries Heather 01326 564754 or Vicky 07811 035536

Sat 17th 5:30pm - Circuit Youth Sleepover

Sun 18th 9:30am – Holy Communion – Pastor Bill Reed

10:45am – Contemporary – Isaac McNish

6pm – Witness Box (Alice Altenberger) – P Reed

CENTRAL COFFEE POT - Thursday afternoons 2:30-4pm – Come and join with friends for a chat, cuppa, and cake. There are games to play, papers to read, crosswords to complete; bring your knitting, crochet or craft and make this a social afternoon. Thinking, I would love to join you but can’t get there, don’t let transport be a problem, please feel free to call 01326 572873 (Bill and Pauline Reed) who will be able to help.


Friday 23rd November 7pm Chinese and Prayer event at Trevenen Farm. A time dedicated to prayer for young people whilst food orders are collected. Come along and meet some new people, all welcome. Contact Anne Pascoe on 01326 572241 or annepascoe@tiscali.co.uk


World Day of Prayer 2019 Friday 1st March, the service has been written by the women of Slovenia. We share with Churches together in Helston and Wendron, this time it is our turn and the service will be held at Central at 2pm to link with prayers around the world.

Members of the Mary and Martha group are asked, following the November meeting, to provide a new toy, up to £10 in price, to give to Food Bank to include in the Christmas parcels to those in need, please put in the box which will be placed in the key cupboard and taken after November 29th to Mustard Seed cafe for Food Bank people to distribute. Toys may be for children, boys or girls, from 3 years up to 11/12   (year 6, junior school). This was decided since we have discontinued Samaritan's Purse.

Eco Church Update

The small team appointed by our Church Council have met and completed the initial online survey. The good news is that as a church we already qualify for the Bronze award (we think) so our application has been signed and sent off!

However we do not want to rest on our laurels, so next year we aim to qualify for the silver award. This will require some changes in our church life and more people to be involved. Please be prepared to play your part and pray for God's blessing and guidance as we seek to care for creation. More news in the New Year.

Andrew & Barbara Hill, Kevin Archbold, John Bilkey, Richard Curnow, Mary Jenking


We run a football session from 12:30 to 1:30pm on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at Helston Sports Centre followed by food back at Central. The cost is £1 for the football and £1 for food per participant. It is open to all ages and abilities. Please see Paul Triggs or Paul Combellack for further details.

Do you have any time to spare to support service personnel or their families? SSAFA are looking for volunteers. Pick up a leaflet in the foyer or see Becky Lines.

We send our very best wishes to Joan Mayne, who recently underwent surgery in Derriford Hospital. She is now at home and progressing well.

FAIR TRADE – The new Christmas Traidcraft catalogue is available from the shelf downstairs or from Estelle Turner. Please borrow, browse and hopefully order.


We have a loop system to assist the hard of hearing

Please turn hearing aid to position ‘T’

Items for the notice sheet to Theresa by Thursday noon, please

Preferably by email to clericalsw@outlook.com or 01326 561140

Please keep emails as brief as possible

Coffee next Sunday Suzanne Goodwin, Ismay Rogers, Karen Moseley, Heather Wilson

Thanks to Valerie White for today’s flowers Flower arranger next Sunday 18th Barbara Jewell