Times of Services

     
     
    If you read our list of services in this column you may have noticed that, twice a month, we have a prayer meeting on a Tuesday morning.   This is not a structured service but a few people getting together to pray for others - for healing or any other kind of help they may need.   On the first of these meetings we also share Communion, passing the elements to each other, in communion with God, each other and all those who have gone before us;  no time spent in prayer is ever wasted.
     
    If you would appreciate prayer for yourself or anyone else, do .

     

    SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY

    Sunday, 11th February at 10.30: Morning Worship with Communion

    Sunday, 25th February at 10.30: Morning Worship with Communion

    ALL VERY WELCOME

     

    SERVICES FOR MARCH

    Sunday, 10th of March - Mothering Sunday, Morning Worship with Communion, 10.30

    Sunday, 24th March - Palm Sunday, Morning Worship with Communion, 10.30

    Thursday, 28th March - 'Tenebrae' at Cornerstone Church, Torpoint, 7 p.m.

    Friday, 29th March - 'Walk of Witness', 10 a.m. from the War Memorial

    Sunday, 31st March - EASTER DAY, Morning Worship with Communion, 10.30

     

    A VERY BLESSED EASTER TO EVRYONE

     

     

    Events

    Advent day 2023

    Sun, 08/12/2024 - 20:45
    Advent day

    Tuesday Coffee Shop

    Every Tuesday 10am - 12am
    Coffee and Tea at Congregational Church Hall.

    Latest News

    An evening of musical theatre

    Playing to a full house on the 11TH of November irrespective of the ghastly rain and gales this musical runs again on the 24th November. Ticket sales only  Start 19:00 for 19:30  Interlude in the hall below the church for chat, coffee, tea and biscuits. 
    Welcome to Cawsand Congregational Church : Rev. Jill Murray   A warm welcome to you all at  Cawsand Congregational Church.     It raises a smile that our Church, first built on the very edge of the sea front here some hundreds of years ago, should be hosting these musical plays tonight. This is especially so for the first performance which tells some of the story of a passenger family who were on the Mayflower sailing ship journeying from Plymouth to America in September 1620 and arriving in the waters of the New World on the 11th November the same year. The Mayflower was carrying a group of separatists, the Pilgrim Fathers as they have become known. This group had broken away from the mainstream Church of England to seek a new start, a long way from home. Although parted by four centuries, we in this church share something with those intrepid folk from four centuries ago. They wanted to run their own more simple church services and gatherings in humble surroundings, in the same way as the chapel churches and congregations do to this day.   The site on which you are situated this evening would have witnessed the small, square masted, and very cramped Mayflower as it made its way west from Plymouth. Plymouth was then a small town built around the Barbican. The pilgrims would have seen sights familiar to us today as they sailed out to sea; the pilchard cellars along the rocks, the tiny dwellings scattered around Kingsand and Cawsand As you enjoy tonight's performances, do please spare a thought for the importance of where you are — we are together in the last remaining Congregational Church in the entire County of Cornwall. It is a treasure that we must all in whatever way we can keep for the present and future generations. Why not support us sometimes on Tuesday mornings at our regular coffee mornings ... and if you come along for a Sunday service, which is held every two weeks, there are often superior biscuits provided with your tea afterwards!  

    Harvest of the sea 2023

    Harvest of the Sea' was a sell-out this year and we sang loudly enough to raise the roof...and so did the Male Voice Choir! And it was lovely to see Jo Northey, new Oversight Minister in the Parish who was able to meet many more 'locals' and share a cuppa and a chat. An annual event not to be missed! And we are having a Coffee Morning on 18th November; all the usual stalls plus beautiful Christmas cards and decorations and other treats made for us by Carolyn, our Parish Clerk. Proceeds to be shared between good causes..do come and support us. SERVICES FOR NOVEMBER 12th November- Joint Service for Remembrance Sunday at Maker Church. For details please see elsewhere in this issue. 26th November at 10.30 a.m. - Service of Holy Communion led by Rev. Al Lowe. All welcome.
    Harvest of the Sea' was a sell-out this year and we sang loudly enough to raise the roof...and so did the Male Voice Choir! And it was lovely to see Jo Northey, new Oversight Minister in the Parish who was able to meet many more 'locals' and share a cuppa and a chat. An annual event not to be missed! And we are having a Coffee Morning on 18th November; all the usual stalls plus beautiful Christmas cards and decorations and other treats made for us by Carolyn, our Parish Clerk. Proceeds to be shared between good causes..do come and support us.  

    Welcome Poppy Jane to our community

    Poppy Jane's Baptism today with her parents Gemma and Daniel.
    Poppy Jane's Baptism today with her parents Gemma and Daniel.                      

    Wedding news 28th May 2023

    Congratulations to Sam & Tom Davies, who celebrated thier wedding at the Congregational Hall this morning.
    Congratulations to Sam & Tom Davies, who celebrated thier wedding at the Congregational Hall this morning.      

    Farewell to Leo

    https://youtu.be/7hZeMjltPvQ LEO KASERER It was with shock and great sadness that we heard of the death of Leo - someone who has done so much for our church and for the wider community over many years. A most remarkable, gentle and compassionate man who touched the heart of all who met him; he will be greatly missed. We are arranging a memorial service for him on SUNDAY, 14th MAY AT 2 p.m. in the church when we shall hear about his amazing life and then meet afterwards down in the hall to share our memories and comfort each other. The Male Voice Choir will sing two of Leo's favourite Cornish songs and the film 'The Last Fisherman' will be shown. There will be a collection for the street children of Chile among whom Leo worked and who were so dear to him.
    https://youtu.be/7hZeMjltPvQ   LEO KASERER It was with shock and great sadness that we heard of the death of Leo - someone who has done so much for our church and for the wider community over many years. A most remarkable, gentle and compassionate man who touched the heart of all who met him; he will be greatly missed. We are arranging a memorial service for him on SUNDAY, 14th MAY AT 2 p.m. in the church when we shall hear about his amazing life and then meet afterwards down in the hall to share our memories and comfort each other. The Male Voice Choir will sing two of Leo's favourite Cornish songs and the film 'The Last Fisherman' will be shown. There will be a collection for the street children of Chile among whom Leo worked and who were so dear to him.