I’m sure we all agree that 2020 was a very unusual year, with normal church activities suspended because of Covid-19. Mount Charles Church found one way to offer worship in line with the restrictions by holding some drive-in services in the church car park. You can now view photos from these services on the “Drive-In Worship 2020” page of this website.
We are holding a Nativity Open Church on Saturday 19th December. The church will be open from 10 a.m. until 12 noon so that people can come and see the nativity scene, crib, prayer tree and Christmas tree.
Our drive-in worship on Sunday 11th October will be a Harvest Festival celebration led by Rev Graham Thompson, Chair of the Plymouth and Exeter District. There will be a bin provided for our gifts of tins or packets for the Food Bank, which we can use as we arrive. A Retiring Collection for All We Can (the Methodist relief and development charity) Harvest Appeal will be taken as we leave. To book a place, please contact Liz Burroughs email@example.com or 871211. Spaces are filling up fast – so don’t delay.
We will be holding drive-in worship again tomottow (27th September) in the car park at 10.30 a.m. To book a place for a car or a pedestrian, please contact Liz Burroughs (01726 871211 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
The next drive-in worship will be on 11th October and will be a Harvest Festival celebration.
We will be holding worship in the church car park on Sunday 30th August at 10.30 a.m. Please contact Liz Burroughs to book a space (whether or not you will be in your car). Email email@example.com or phone 01726 871211.
St John’s Church will be hosting the annual Variety Show in aid of Cornwall Hospice Care on Tuesday 21st January, starting at 7.15 p.m. Including RCB Soul and Swing (with guest singer Rachel Carter), Carclaze Voices, Notability, John Frankland and others. Tickets are £5 each and can be obtained from any FAC office.
You are invited to the Family Christingle Crib Service at St John’s on Christmas Eve at 3 p.m. Come dressed in Nativity Costume (optional); listen as the Christmas story of Jesus’ birth unfolds; enjoy making Christingles. Free squash, tea and biscuits after the service.
Our Christmas-themed Messy Church will be held on Thursday 19th December from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m. All are welcome to join us for crafts and other activities, music and a family sit-down meal.
You are invited to join us for Messy Church again on Thursday 21st November when the theme will be “The Armour of God”. As usual there will be crafts, music, worship and a family sit-down meal. We’re always pleased to see new families and new helpers.
All are welcome to join us for our Harvest Festival on Sunday 13th October. The Family Service at 10 a.m. and the evening service at 6 p.m. will both be led by Rev Paul Parker.