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Crantock  Methodist Church opened for worship in 1872 but was extensively modernised  in 1984(?).      It is now a  light, warm and welcoming church, situated in Trevowah Road  on the edge of the pleasant village of Crantock.

The church hosts weekly meetings of the ‘Cherubs’ -  a Mums and Toddlers group, a ‘Craft Group’, and a Ladies’  ‘Coffee and Chat’ group.

It has a membership of over thirty who meet for worship every Sunday morning  - usually at 10.00am, but occasionally some services start at 9.30am     Holy Communion is celebrated once per month.

The worship area is fully carpeted, has a two manual organ, comfortable chairs for use by the congregation/audience  and is eminently suitable for a range of functions and concerts.    The whole building has a simple and efficient heating system.

The warmth of the membership can be seen during fellowship following services.  The chapel enjoys particularly close relations with members of the Parish Church.   Joint services and social events are held on a regular basis.

We look forward to meeting you in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.

At the chapel unless stated:- watch this space for new dates.

Open Door..Senior citizens monthly lunch / entertainment (12.30pm):

Open Door…Senior citizens monthly Coffee Morning (10.30am):

Table tennis (7.30pm Village hall)..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 On Friday 3rd July the newspapers were filled with pictures of a man standing in torrential rain in Dorset with the storm water over the tops of his shoes; of hail stones the size of golf balls in Yorkshire;
of green houses in Sunderland partially destroyed by the hail; of lightning illuminating the East coast. On Friday evening the local weather forecast issued a Yellow Warning for bad weather and spoke of torrential rain and thunderstorsm over Cornwall and the South West …………..and we were due to have a Garden Party the following day!

BUT the Good Lord looks after his own and Saturday dawned dry and sunny with sufficient breeze to keep everything cool and pleasant – perfect for a Garden Party at Arundell, Crantock. Over 100 people came from across the Circuit; countless cups of tea were drunk; mountains of Brenda’s home-made biscuits were eaten; scones, jam and cream were swallowed (mostly by people who should have known better) and over £800 pounds was raised. Thank you Lord.

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Brenda and David

Brenda and David

“Next year come and see for yourself ………………..but bring a mac’, just in case!”