Happy New You!

Sheridan PengellyCircuit News

Could 2019 be the start of something new for you? Helen Gardner is running another Intentional Health Course. Find out more HERE Our choices impact every element of our health and well being, and today, it is often easier to make unhealthy choices than healthy ones. Simply ‘knowing where to start’ can be the very reason not to! Our Intentional … Read More

Christmas angels

Sheridan PengellyCircuit News

The Christmas Angels project began in the North Shields and Whitley Bay Circuit. The idea is a simple one. Knit or crochet or sew an angel. Attach a message of hope to your angel. Then place your angel somewhere public to be taken away. The project has grown each year across the country. 2014 – 2870 Knitted 2015 – 20,586 … Read More

Joint Public Issues Team article on impact of Universal Credit

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Or this from Jesus: The Joint Public Issues Team have written an article about the impact of Universal Credit which you can read here. We are currently looking for volunteers to help at a space at LMC which will offer IT access and pastoral support to those who are moving onto Universal Credit. If you feel you can help in … Read More

Refurbishment at Pelynt Methodist Chapel

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The Chapel is currently being refurbished but Sunday Services are continuing as normal and other events are being re-located as necessary. The reception rooms, kitchen and toilets are being reconfigured to provide an up to date facility. Also the entire rear end of the building is being re-decorated. Our contractors, A D Williams and Co. are working towards a completion … Read More

Day of reflection at Buckfast Abbey

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Friends from the Liskeard & Looe and the Taunton Circuit joined together to quietly reflect on ‘Pilgrimage’ at the Global Family Mission/MWiB ‘Reflection Day’ at Buckfast Abbey. Our base for the day was the small Methodist Chapel in the grounds of the Abbey. The day with it’s ‘grace filled conversations’ was organised by Revd. Sue Hill and Revd. Debbie Kirk, … Read More