26 November 2016 in Camborne
You are warmly welcome to book your place in order to attend the forthcoming CTC Conference details - including the booking code - are available below.
Address: Elim Church Camborne, Kerrier Way, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8FH
to gather as Churches Together in Cornwall to pray, worship, celebrate, and learn about the work of God in our county and beyond with a focus toward leadership development.
Focus for 2017 going forward includes:
providing pastoral care for our congregations & the local community, engaging with a broader group of churches across Cornwall & planning for "Thy Kingdom Come"
10am - Morning Celebration with worship offered by hosts
Greeting from Bishop Tim and leaders. Mission project updates.
11am - Leadership Session: Waiting on God the Holy Spirit
Led by: Bishop Tim Thornton in the Chair,
Rev. Steve Wild, Chairman of Cornwall Methodist District
Pastor Richard Curnow, Wadebridge Christian Centre
Rev Matt Noble, Truro Baptist Church
12 Noon - Being Christians Together -
Faith stories in a secular society - led by Sarah Yardley
12:30pm - Lunch Break (free pasty lunch included)
1:15pm - Afternoon Praise: God's Care For Us
1:45pm - Breakout Sessions
Dementia Awareness within our churches : Led by the CTC Dementia Action Project Group
Youth Ministry: Reaching our Children and Teens led by Ray and Becky Thomas (SWYM)
Sharing the Faith: Led by Worship Director David Brittain of Camborne Elim Church
3pm - Group feedback 3:15pm - Closing Worship 3:30pm - Finish
To book your place and order your free pasty
Cut and paste the link below:- https://bookwhen.com/transformationcornwall/e/ev-s8ck-20161126100000
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