Central Methodist Church Launceston

reaching out with Christ at the Centre

Weekly News, Services & Events at Central

Tuesday 19th February
10am-12.00 Coffee Morning– Memory Café
7.30pm Tuesday Group
Wednesday 20th February
2.30pm Wednesday Fellowship with Miss Elizabeth Rodgers
Thursday 21st February
10am–12.00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661.
Sunday 24th February
10.30am Morning Service with Mr & Mrs David Stockwell
6.30pm 245 Revive with Rev Alison Hardy
 
Events and Diary Dates
The next Circuit Meeting has been moved (from 19th February) to Monday 18th February 2019 at 7.30pm. The venue remains the same at the Bridge.
Pastoral Secretary: The role of Pastoral Secretary has been handed over from Jacqueline Robbins to Julia Boundy. Please inform Julia if anyone is unwell or needs to be added to the news-sheet for Thoughts & Prayers. Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 781280.
Thank you: Jean Uglow and Jenny Colwill would like to say a big thank you for the beautiful flowers given to them from Central, them were much appreciated.
A message from the food bank. 'We are feeding an unprecedented amount of people at present causing our food stocks to be extremely low. In January we fed 225 people compared to last January of 85'. We will have collecting boxes in church next Sunday 24th February and there is a permanent bin in the entrance porch to the main hall which can be used through the week. Urgent items: Pasta sauce, Tinned potatoes, Sugar, Rice, Jam, Tinned tomatoes, Toilet rolls, Baby wipes, Deodorants, Desserts.
Home for Refugees Needed: The Launceston Refugee Support Group urgently need to find a suitable house to rent for a refugee family. The rent will be under guarantee from Cornwall Council for two years. The people of Launceston have helped to raise £15,000 for the scheme. If you can help please speak to David or Janet Rogerson for further information.
Tuesday Group, 19th February. The meeting will be held in The Dingley Hall at 7.30 pm when Mrs Heather Howes will give a talk on making jewellery and showing some of the items she has made.
Coffee Morning thanks: A big thank you to all the volunteers who helped with the Coffee Morning for Action for Children. Thank you also to everyone who supported in any way. We made £350.
Pastoral Meeting: There will be a pastoral meeting for pastoral visitors and stewards on Thursday 28th February at 7.30pm in the Dingley Hall.
St Piran’s Day (evening) celebrations will take place in the Hall on Tuesday 5th March. From 7pm there will be Cornish themed entertainment and supper - a donation of £5 pp. would be appreciated. Please contact Les Baker for further information.
Film Night: Donations from the last film night amounted to £76.50.