You are warmly invited to join us at 4.30pm* each Sunday here in Porthleven for our Bible Hour. This is an opportunity to read the Bible, hear the Good News message it contains, sing hymns and pray together.
Nigel Arscott (Plymouth)
Does it matter what we believe?
Jamin Lean (Newquay)
Mark Hayles (Plymouth)
* In the winter months (from the 1st Sunday in November) our Sunday Bible hour is held at 4.30pm instead of the usual 5.30pm
We have a carpark at the rear of our hall accessed via Church Row which you are welcome to use. The entrance is quite narrow and works on a first in last out, so if you need to get away quickly after the service the main carpark below Church Row might be a better option. Tariff click here (Charging period only until 4pm – free thereafter)
Sunday Afternoon Service
Our weekly communion service is held in the hall at 3.00pm each Sunday during the summer months from the 1st Sunday in March until the last Sunday in October.
In the winter beginning the 1st Sunday in November the service is held at the earlier time of 2.00pm
Bible Time – 7.30pm You are also warmly invited to spend an hour together looking at a more in depth Bible subject over Coffee, and during the winter around the log burner
We hope to recommence our Coffee Mornings in February every other week. All are most welcome to join us for a chat over tea, coffee and home baking around the log burner if it’s cold.
Our December and November Coffee mornings aimed to raise money for the Cornwall Air Ambulance appeal. 100% of your money goes towards their target of £2.5m to be raised by 1 April 2020
A big thank you to all in the village who helped raise £515 for iSight Cornwall a local charity that supports those with sight loss. You may remember Cornwall Blind Association. This is the same charity with a long standing heritage that goes back to the days of mining.
During the first 2 weeks in August you raised £390 for our cream tea Tuesdays for the much used and needed new air ambulance
During June you raised £535 for the National Coastwatch Institution – An entirely voluntary organisation working with the coastguard and providing visual and radio support where manned coastal stations have been closed due to cut backs.
Our Coffee Mornings during the month of March were to raise funds for Children’s Hospice South West. With your support we raised £570
An enormous thank you to all in the village who supported our Coffee Mornings at the Christadelphian Hall in February to raise funds for our much required new Air Ambulance. With your generous donations we raised £1000 towards the the next generation AW169 aircraft.