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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
Toddle-in Play Group
for the under 5s
Thursday mornings from 9.30 - 11.30am.
No admission charges and all are welcome. A
mid morning snack is provided, tea and coffee available.
Scrabble Club Meets regularly at our Church on the first and last Wednesday afternoons.
We play for fun and are not
deadly seriously, but if we win we are extra pleased! It doesn't matter if you're not too good with words, we help each other
if we're struggling. We have a cup of tea and biscuits half way through the afternoon, and anyone who would like to join us
from 1.45pm to 4pm in the Guild Room would be very welcome.
From 3.30pm to 5.45pm on the second Sunday of each month. A different Bible story each month links all the activities during
the celebration time together, closing our family time with a meal. This concept has been hugely successful all over the UK and is
a mixture of crafts and activities based on a Biblical theme that leads into a short time of celebration, including music and stories
and then sharing a meal together - no charge for the meal but donations appreciated. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Events taking place in our building ...
It is pleasing to see that our building continues to be used regularly throughout
the week for breakfasts, lunches, coffee mornings, Junior Church, Bible-Studies, Prayer Meetings, Sunday and mid-week Worship,
Scrabble Club, Guild Evenings, Table-Tennis Club & Youth Club ... in addition to regular bookings by local organisations like
choir and orchestra rehearsals, country dancing, Cornish Language, U3A groups, Slimming World and so on. We are very pleased
with the way our work with families and youngsters continues to develop through our monthly Messy Church and weekly meetings of both
Toddle-In and Open the Book at the local Primary Schools.
Shea's Kitchen recently raised over £650 for Open Hearts Open Borders Refugee Charity.
The money has helped to load a shipping
container of aid headed for Greece. Shea would like to thank everyone who has supported her this year. Your encouragement,
and mass consumption of all things sugary, has enabled her to support her chosen charity. A special thank you to those who assisted
Shea on the day, your helping hands were much appreciated!