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Young Christians Climate Network

We’ve got the YCCN (Young Christians Climate Network) boat in the foyer of church at the moment. They are walking in a relay from G7 (they started on Monday) to COP26, arriving in time for the summit in November.
The flag goes with the walkers, but the boat will stay here until it is transported to Exeter. It’s appropriate that it has stopped in Falmouth, because it was made here in the Maritime Museum. The hull is a wicker coffin.
Hannah and Will walked from Carbis Bay to Falmouth. Will is continuing with others to Fowey, where the flag will be handed on.

Wave of Hope

Wave of Hope for G7


Dear Lord, ahead of the G7 we share our ‘Wave of Hope’. We hope that the leaders will tackle the issues of fairness, sharing vaccines, reducing waste and plastic and to make our world a better place. Amen


Light Breaks Through

The service at Falmouth Methodist Church today was led by Local Preacher Miss Jean Whetham and began with a call to worship including the phrase, ‘grace to help in time of need’ and this became the trope for the service.

The mess

Clean up!

During lockdown, we have been unable to use our church premises. However, no-one told the pigeons that, and they created a huge mess in the two yards to the side of the building. This needed clearing before we resumed our activities, and a gang of volunteers set to and did a magnificent job clearing all the rubbish out. Bin bag after bin bag was filled, until both yards were clean and tidy - better than they have looked for ages.

Gwennap Pit

He is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!

He is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!

With beautiful afternoon sun and in strict covid-safe conditions the Falmouth and Gwennap Methodist Circuit met for an Easter service at Gwennap Pit this afternoon. This large outdoor facility allowed for social distancing in lovely surroundings with the hum of bird song and a mostly blue sky. What more could we ask for our Easter service?


Evangelism: Lent Course


In our final Lent course study, on Zoom, Revd. Andrew began with a Bible reading from Matthew chapter 20 verses 29 – 34 and briefly described the physical miracle of Jesus healing the blind men juxtaposed to the symbolic meaning of the blind men being able to see light. He linked this to our topic for today ‘evangelism’.

lent course

A Methodist Way of Life Lent Course

Lent Course Week 4



We will help people in our communities and beyond.

We will care for creation and all God’s gifts.

We will challenge injustice.


This week our Lent course, on Zoom, began with a Bible reading from Luke chapter 10 read by Revd. Andrew.

Lent 3a

Learning and Caring: A Methodist Way of Life, Lent Course

Learning and Caring: Lent Course

Week 3

Kingdom People

Many of us met again on Zoom for our Lent course today and once we had overcome some technical difficulties, we had a remarkably interesting discussion sharing lots of personal stories about our practise of hospitality and demonstrating generosity to others.

Lent 2

A Methodist Way of Life: Lent Course, week 2

A Methodist Way of Life: Lent Course week 2


Many of us met through Zoom again yesterday for the second part of our Lent Course led by Rev’d Andrew.

The focus this week was on ‘worship’ both personal and collective. Looking through the points about worship on the Way of Life card we considered our calling: