20 March 2020

Sunday Services


Dear All

Please find details for the services and events for the week beginning Sunday 22nd May
Sunday 22nd May

8.00am BCP Holy Communion St Just 
9.30am St Mawes Holy Communion
11.00am St Just Holy Communion 
4pm zoom service
 
Sunday 22nd May 
4.00pm Zoom Sunday Service Spiritual Communion
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85672170433?pwd=dFFRWmQrZmJMNkNrR1J1SjhYNkhUQT09
Meeting ID: 856 7217 0433
Passcode: 710071

Monday 23rd May
8.30am   prayer meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88324353910?pwd=KzFVa0VJUWFKSjhaT2pZcXlKVWZ0QT09
Meeting ID: 883 2435 3910
Passcode: 350347

Tuesday – 24th May 9.30 am
Prayer group – in St Mawes Church Rooms and on zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88324353910?pwd=KzFVa0VJUWFKSjhaT2pZcXlKVWZ0QT09
Meeting ID: 883 2435 3910
Passcode: 350347

Notices:
APCM meeting will be held on Monday 23rd May at St Mawes Church at 7pm.

Truro Food Bank is in urgent need of the following supplies: 
Tinned fruit
Tinned soup
Tinned meat
Baked beans /Tinned tomatoes 
Breakfast cereal
Laundry liquid/ powder
Washing up liquid
As always other non-perishable items gratefully received 
In the last three months 2 tons more of food has been given out than was donated. 
Please  leave any food donations in the  boxes at the back of  at St Just and St Mawes churches. For updated information on items most in need or to make a donation go to…truro.foodbank.org.uk 

The On the Way process continues for the Roseland. You can monitor the progress of On the Way by going to  POWDER DEANERY – http://www.powderdeanery.org
 this now contains the new plans which are being proposed. Feedback is still being taken if you want to voice an opinion. 

Please look out for and welcome the Ukrainian refugees as they arrive in the village and continue to hold them and the team in your prayers. 

Platinum Jubilee Celebrations (see more details from Yvonne below)

Thursday 2nd June
Songs of Praise at St Just Church 7.00pm
“The Roseland Churches Choir will be singing Songs of Praise at St.Just on Thursday evening, 2nd June at 7.0.pm as part of the Jubilee celebration ; this will be a Service of favourite hymns, readings and poetry, appropriate to this unique occasion :   a couple of the hymns are favourites of Her Majesty the Queen.   Do come along and join us for this special evening which will last about an hour, and finish in plenty of time for the lighting of the beacon down on the quay.”

Sunday 5th June
10.30am Grand Parish Jubilee Procession from the Playing Field to the Quay
11.00am Open Air Jubilee Service on the Quay
 
Platinum Jubilee celebrations – if  you would like to be involved please email Yvonne yfullerpaintings@me.com



        



INVITATION 
  


to join in the Parish Celebrations


Dear Residents and Friends


Preparations are now well underway for the Parish celebrations of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and a full programme of activities is planned for the four days from 2nd to 5th June.  Just two events have been officially designated to take place at the same time throughout the whole Country: 


THURSDAY  2nd June – Lighting the Beacon       

SUNDAY 5th June – The Big Lunch


This means Sunday 5th June is the one day the road in St Mawes will be closed and we 

can hold a major event on the Quay.  Instead of the mid-morning Church Services 

an outdoor Service will be held on the Quay together with this Grand Procession




After the Big Lunch, a Jubilee Garden Party will be held in 
St Just in Roseland later the same afternoon
Everyone who lives in the Parish, together with all your friends, families and colleagues, 
who wants to send a big vote of thanks to H M The Queen for her seventy 
years of devoted service, is invited to take part in the Grand Procession, preferably identifying 
yourselves with a bold emblem or banner **  which for example represents:

1   A local organisation or business, much as is done every year at St Just Feast but much larger, including:
Church, Parish Council, School, WI, Social Club, Harbour lights, Guides, Scouts  Sailors, Ramblers, Art, Tradespeople. Hotels
Shops,  the road where you live, etc, etc
2   Events in The Queen’s life:    
Wartime pantomimes in Windsor Castle   ***
       ATS Service as a driver and car mechanic    ***

          

        Marriage and family
  The Coronation
        Trooping the Colour and Military involvement   ***


       

        Poppy Day      
        Commonwealth Tours    etc, etc
3   The Queen’s personal interests:  
          Corgis, labradors, dorgis
           Horses, flat racing, jockeys   ***
           Scotland,  Bagpipes     ***
           Pigeon Racing       etc, etc
4      Different decades, styles and fashion notably 

        1940s austerity, The New Look & the 1960s 

        etc, etc   ***


5   Anything significant and relevant to The Queen and the Parish that you can think of

**  The School will be asked to help with the emblems and banners 

***  Dressing up in the appropriate clothing is warmly welcome


If you would like to be involved in any way
 with the preparations for the Procession
 or could gather together and lead a small group in the Procession, please contact me as soon as possible. As long as we are well organised in advance there won’t be rehearsals.


I prefer to use emails, so please send me a short message with your contact details and ideas using this address: 


yfullerpaintings@me.com
 

Emma 

01326 722618
rev.emmalouise012@gmail.com


Photo courtesy of Marianne Bryan taken at the Festival of Light at St Just in Roseland Church 29.12.21

The Churches are open for private prayer at the following times:
 
St Just in Roseland                      daily  9 am – dusk.
On Sundays the Church will open for the 8.00 a.m Communion locked up after the service, ,reopen for the 11.00 a.m. then remain open for the remainder of the day .
St Mawes Church                          daily 9am  – dusk
 
Please don’t forget to wear your facemask in church and remain at a safe social distance.
If you need wheelchair access at St Just Church there is a signed door which can be opened and re locked from the inside leading directly to ramp access into the main church body.

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