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Churches Together Cornwall – July
Church Leaders Pasty Luncheon
We would be honoured if you would join us at a Church Leaders Pasty Luncheon on 5 August, 2017 from 11am in the Creation Fest Showcase Café at the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge, hosted in partnership with Churches Together Cornwall and Creation Fest. Special guests will include Gavin Calver, Director of Mission at Evangelical Alliance and church leaders from throughout Cornwall. RSVP to for meat/cheese options.
Creation Fest will launch our main event this year on 5 August at 2 PM in the Big Shed with a 17:21 Celebration. We encourage church leaders and their church family to join!
We are looking to build a large scale communion table at Creation Fest using pieces of wood from churches – this could include pieces of pews, old chairs, old floor boards. We pray these pieces have absorbed the prayers and praises of the saints and can be used as a continuing place to celebrate our unity in Christ. Contact , 07860412534 if you have wood available.
50 Churches, 20 Pounds
We are inviting 50 churches to partner with us for a contribution of 20 pounds per month for Creation Fest – for more details or to join, please contact our ministry coordinator, Edme Brink, .
Leaders Prayer Gathering
The vision and purpose of the meeting is simply to gather church leaders from across Cornwall to pray for 1 hour for our county, and also to build deeper friendships with one another.
We are planning a further meeting for the autumn
Wednesday 20th September 2017
3:30 PM at Truro Baptist Church
We believe that there is some very significant about when the leaders of the churches come together to pray and develop friendship, so do come along if you can, and also please feel free to extend this invitation to others that you may know who would like to come along. We are not affiliated to any one network or denomination, although we are working in partnership with other unity movements like Churches Together in Cornwall and Creation Fest. (invite via Matt Noble and Sarah Yardley)