Groups and Regular Activities

‘The Gospel according to… you!’

On a Monday morning between 10-12am a small group of us meets at the Count House Café, Geevor Mine to ask whoever preached the day before awkward questions and to look ahead and discuss next Sunday’s readings.

It’s all very well that it was gospel (= good news) to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, but how does the Bible apply to our lives in the here and now? Searching for God is the greatest and most important journey any of us can go on. It is indeed a journey—after all, none of us has all the answers when it comes to God, so we all have places to explore and grow. Maybe this group is a space for you to share your questions and doubts in your journey with faith?

Say one for me’

Pendeen church has a Prayer Tree and in St Just we have just put up a Prayer Net. If you would like us to pray for you or someone else or for a situation that you are aware of, you can write them down and put them on the tree/net. No request or need is too big or too small and it would be a privilege to pray for you or with you.

On a Wednesday we meet at 11:30am in St Just church. Just half an hour of keeping a time of silence, bringing before God any prayer requests and praying for our communities, our country and our world.

Just come along and give it a go. It’s perfectly alright to pray quietly, nobody is going to expect you to pray out aloud.

Messy Church

In St Just we are running a regular Messy Church together with the Methodists in their Chapel about 4 – 6 times a year.

So what is this Messy Church? It’s not a kids’ program, it’s not an adult study, it’s not a contemplative service, but it’s all ages together mixing faith with our messy relationships, messy questions, messy schedules and our messy lives. Messy Church is another way of doing church with good food, good company, good crafts and activities and a good Christian message. First and foremost it’s about having fun together!

Art & Spirituality Days

Rev Annie is holding these days at her house Tremorran in Botallack. The day usually begins with coffee on arrival, a short time of stillness and meditation around the theme for the day. Everybody is invited then to create artwork in Annie’s studio and enjoy her garden for prayer and reflection time. Numbers are limited and booking is essential!

Holy Ground
On each 2nd Saturday of every month at 6pm we meet at Pendeen church for an informal and relaxed service that is very much shaped by those who come along. We enjoy creative approaches to spirituality mixed with open-minded discussions about Christianity as well as times for quiet reflection on God, ourselves and the world. 
Holy Ground is for anybody who is curious about Christianity and God regardless of their background and tradition.
Penwith Pilgrims