Central Methodist Church Launceston

reaching out with Christ at the Centre

Weekly News, Services & Events at Central

Thursday 27th February
10am–12:00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661
3.15pm Milltown Farm House Group
7:00pm Connect
Friday 28th February
5.30-7pm Kids Club
Sunday 1st March First Sunday in Lent
9:15am Community Breakfast
10:30am Family Service with Mr John Hogarth
12noon Sunday Lunch in hall
6:30pm Journey to Easter Mission Launch - Communion with Revd Malcolm Jones
Monday 2nd March
2pm Costa Bible Study Group
Tuesday 3rd March
10am-12:00 Coffee Morning – Pearl of Africa Choir
Wednesday 4th March
9-11.30am Chattabox
2:30pm Wednesday Fellowship - Sankey Afternoon
Thursday 5th March
10am–12:00 The Stanbury’s drop in coffee morning - Tel: 777661
10am Ladies Friendship Group at Trethorne
7.15pm St Piran’s Evening
Sunday 8th March 2nd Sunday in Lent
10:30am Morning Service with Revd Derek Balsdon
6:30pm 245 Revive with Revd Linda Barriball
 
Events and Diary Dates
“Pearl of Africa” Coffee Morning. Any donations of home cooking, bric-a-brac, plant sale will be most welcome on behalf of P.O.A.C.C. All proceeds will be going towards the Feeding Program, at a “Molly & Paul Child Care School in Uganda. Many thanks, Sally Rowland 773962
Hot Lunch will be served in the hall following this morning’s service. There is no charge but donations are welcome for Church funds.
Thursday 5th March St Piran's Supper from 7.15 pm - a supper of pasties and other savouries, together with desserts will be served in the Hall at a cost of £6 per person. Cornish music and singing with Geoff Provis and Jenny Worth, maybe some Cornish language and surprises too! For further information please use the telephone numbers above.
Ladies Friendship Group meeting on Thursday 5th March at Trethorne from 10.00 am for coffee followed by bowling. All ladies welcome - if you need transport please see Julia (tel: 781280).
Lent Ecumenical Study Group. Tregadillett invites you to our Study Group on Monday evenings at 7:30pm from March 9th to April 6th inclusive. The theme is Superstar - “It’s 1970 – Edward Heath becomes PM, Apollo 13 limps back to earth, and
Jesus Christ Superstar takes the West End by storm, asking daring questions that gave colour to my former monochrome faith and fired my vocation. Half a century on, its message remains just as relevant, and we explore themes from its iconic lyrics in the 5 sessions of this course”. Do come and join us for some or all of these sessions. A warm welcome is guaranteed.