What do you see?

On Sunday 27th August we were considering what we see. How well do we see God working in our lives? Do we stop to consider how God is changing us? How can we tell when God is speaking and we’re just making it up? All things to think about……..

Many thanks to all who contributed to our services at St John’s, St Julitta’s and St Teath, including the baptism party at St Julitta’s and the worship band at St Teath (bigger and better than ever….)

September Services and Events

Friday 1st September 9.00 am St Julitta Holy Communion followed by breakfast

Sunday 3rd September 9.30 am St Thomas Holy Communion (no Songs of Praise in September)

Sunday 3rd September 11.00 am St Teath Choral Communion

Thursday 7th September 3.00 pm St Julitta Endelienta Ensemble, tickets £10

Sunday 10th September 9.30 am St John Holy Communion

Sunday 10th September 11.00 am St Teath Morning Worship

Sunday 10th September 11.15 am St Adwena Holy Communion

Thursday 14th September 7.00 pm St Julitta Compline

Sunday 17th September 9.30 am St Thomas Holy Communion

Sunday 17th September 10.00 am Delabole Chapel Harvest Festival

Sunday 17th September 11.00 am St Teath Family Communion

Sunday 24th September 9.30 St John Morning Worship

Sunday 24th September 10.00 St Teath Breakfast Service

Sunday 24th September 11.15 St Julitta Holy Communion with Baptism

Thursday 28th September 7.00 pm St Thomas Prayer and Healing Service

Wednesdays 9.00 am St Adwena Morning Prayer

Fridays 9.00 am St Julitta Morning Prayer (1st Sept Communion)

We’re Live!

Today the advert for our new Rector and Pioneer Priest went live in Church Times. This is an exciting opportunity and a key part in the Deanery Plan. Pray with us as we seek to find the right person for this role. We know God has someone out there for us! (in the meantime, we will try to get August happenings up on the website shortly……)

Rector & Pioneer Priest (Full-time)

The Benefice of Camel-Allen, Cornwall

Explore the opportunities for mission and ministry in this beautiful coast and country benefice and see for yourself why so many people fall in love with this part of the world!

This is an exciting opportunity for a priest who would like to exercise ministry in a diverse yet realistic cluster of three parishes, combining elements of a traditional incumbency role with a clear commitment to pioneer new initiatives.

The appointment is to a full-time position and we seek a priest with a pioneering spirit, a willingness to embrace a variety of church traditions and a team player with the gifts and graces to exercise oversight ministry by investing in local leaders (lay and ordained) to ensure the flourishing of each parish.

The post combines (in a 50/50 split) elements of a Rector’s role with that of a Pioneer Minister, including:

• Working specifically within Camelford and Delabole to understand the spiritual needs, expectations and opportunities within these local communities;

• Fostering good relationships with relevant community leaders and organisations, including supporting local schools and listening to those within the deep rural parts of our benefice;

• Developing and growing the team of volunteers, identifying and harnessing the gifts God has given.

For further information and details please visits our website:  www.trurodiocese.org.uk/vacancies/

Closing Date:   20th September at 12noon

Shortlisting:    27th September

Parish Visit:     17th October

Interviews:      18th October

Part of the process will include a vocational conversation that will take place online between short-listing and the interview.

The appointment is subject to enhanced disclosure from the DBS

For an informal conversation, please contact the Archdeacon of Bodmin: archdeacons@truro.anglican.org