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Weekly News from Launceston Central

Thursday 25th May
10.00am- 12.00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661.
7.30pm Roydon Road house group
Sunday 28th May
10.30am Club Sunday
10.30am Morning Service with Mrs Pauline Smith
6.30pm 245 Revive with Mr Tim Aldridge

Tuesday 30th May
9.30–11.30am Kernow Credit Union.
10.00 - 12.00 Coffee Morning - Broadwood Chapel
Thursday 1st June
10.00am - 12.00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661.
10.30am - Ladies Friendship Group
7.30pm Film Night in the Church Hall
Sunday 4th June
10.30am Family Service with Rev Malcolm Jones
6.30pm Traditional Service with Rev Howard Curnow

 

Events and Diary Dates

Church Film Night: Come and see a gem of British comedy in the film Barnacle Bill, starring Alec Guinness on Thursday 1st June at 7.30pm in the Hall. Ice creams in the interval. Donations for Central funds.
Bible Study: There is no Bible study at Costa on Monday due to the Bank Holiday, we will meet again on 5th June at 2.00pm.
Thy Kingdom Come: Central will be open on Tuesday 30th May from 10am-4pm for quiet prayer and contemplation.
Launceston Area Bible Society Action Group Cream Tea at Trecarrell Manor, Trebullet, PL15 9QG on Thursday 1st June, 3 - 5pm. Cost ?4, children under 11 free. Short "Open the Book" presentation at approx. 4pm. Please do come and join us to support this important charity. Anyone needing transport or able to offer transport please get in touch with Sue Howe 01566 777093.
Christian Aid: Many thanks to those who generously gave their time and treasure in support of the Christian Aid Soup & Sweet lunch which raised ?478.50.
Ladies Friendship Group meeting is on Thursday 1st June at The Fat Hippo Caf?, Homeleigh Garden Centre.  All welcome for coffee and chat from 10.30 am.  Contact: Julia 781280.
Can you help with craft items for the Holiday Club? We are currently in need of - plastic milk bottle lids (red, green or blue) and silk flowers that we could use in our Garden of Eden project. We may come up with other things over the next few weeks, but that would be great for a start! The items can be given to any member of the Holiday Club team, particularly those of us in the craft team (Esther Pinder, Sarah Uren, Viv Sandercock, Cathy Slocombe or Maryanne Parsons). Thank you so much!
Car treasure hunt: If you have never been on a car treasure hunt then this is an opportunity not to be missed. We have set up a local route of around 15 miles starting from Pipers Pool Chapel. Basically when you arrive with your car load of people you are presented with a printed sheet of directions and questions to answer from things you can spot on your route. Some of the answers can be seen from the car but some you will need to get out and explore an area to find them. There may also be photos given to you to hunt for as well. It's not a race as the winners are the ones who arrive back with the most clues solved and there is a Cornish Supper at the end to look forward to! Please contact us for more info and to book your place. David Pett 86730.


 

Dairy Dates

Thursday 25th May
10.00am- 12.00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661.
7.30pm Roydon Road house group
Sunday 28th May
10.30am Club Sunday
10.30am Morning Service with Mrs Pauline Smith
6.30pm 245 Revive with Mr Tim Aldridge

Tuesday 30th May
9.30–11.30am Kernow Credit Union.
10.00 - 12.00 Coffee Morning - Broadwood Chapel
Thursday 1st June
10.00am - 12.00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661
10.30am - Ladies Friendship Group
7.30pm Film Night in the Church Hall
Sunday 4th June
10.30am Family Service with Rev Malcolm Jones
6.30pm Traditional Service with Rev Howard Curnow

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