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The foundation of all the work in this Church is grounded in the belief that Jesus Christ is Lord and Saviour and that all people need to come to a personal faith in Him and experience the reality of His presence in their lives. Outreach is our priority.
Callington Methodist Church
Rev. Martyn Smith
The Retreat, 104 Launceston Road
Cornwall, PL17 7JJ
Tel: 01579 383274
Fax: 01579 383274
Bible stories, games, dvds & crafts
Sundays 10.20am - 11.30am
Resources from Scripture Union
'Bubbles for ages 3 to Primary
'Splash' for ages 5 to 7 Juniors
'Xstream' for ages 8 and upwards 'Text
Children's Breakfast Club on the first Sunday of each month from 9am until 10am with table tennis, pool etc
Callington Junior Church
All welcome -
Sunday mornings from 10.20 - 11.30 am
Fun activities and crafts for ages 3 years and up!
The material aims to encourage a depth of spiritual growth and discover what God is saying to our children through the Bible. It includes fun, age-appropriate activities for a variety of learning styles, to encourage children to draw closer to God day by day.
Splash aims to encourage a depth of spiritual growth and discover what God is saying to them through the Bible.
It includes fun, age-appropriate activities for a variety of learning styles, to encourage children to draw closer to God day by day.
Some of the special services and events we took part in during 2017
Our Mothering Sunday service was taken by Mrs Jo-Anne
Petzing. It was a thoughtful service for this special day, with a Bible Story told as a play involving the children. All
ladies, as is our custom, received a bunch of daffodils at the conclusion of the service, distributed by the children.
Summer programme involved several different activities each Sunday throughout the school Summer holidays, one of which was planting
pansies in previously decorated plant pots and then a music session involving drums, piano and other percussion. Other weeks
involved sand art, sewing crafts, T shirt decoration, face painting, body art, and one week at Tamar Trails, with bike riding, den
making, bug hunting and a Teddy Bear's picnic.
The Celebration Service in September was taken by Rev Steve Wild. He used
soft toys in his illustrations, but not his usual puppets as they were in Bishop Thornton's
car boot! We all learnt a lot about
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