Carnkie Village Hall 1

Service time:
10.30am Sunday

Contact steward: 01209 313225

Singing the Faith, Complete Mission Praise, Hymns and Psalms

There are CDs available for music upon request in advance
A projector and screen are available upon request in advance

Sunday services take place at Carnkie Village Hall, this is located behind the closed chapel. Our comfortable worship space is very inviting and a warm welcome is always given

View directions to Carnkie Methodist Church

Driving from Tesco Extra Redruth - Pool, head towards Fourlanes, turn left off this road just after the countryman pub, continue on this road and there is an old chapel on your left in Carnkie Village Centre, the Carnkie Village Hall is located behind down the drive with the metal gate on the left. Driving from Tesco Extra Redruth - Pool, head towards Fourlanes, turn left off this road just after the countryman pub, continue on this road and there is an old chapel on your left in Carnkie Village Centre, the Carnkie Village Hall is located behind down the drive with the metal gate on the left.

Also from Redruth/ Falmouth.

Enter the Helston road in Redruth (Bucketts Hill) by Morrishs Chip shop, head towards Fourlanes take the first right by the model mine stack building follow the road left and head into Carnkie Village. Just before the closed chapel turn in right (metal farm gate) and we are at the end of the drive way

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Carnkie Methodist Church Mission Statement with Action Plan for one year from 1st June 2019 – 31st May 2020
Who are we?
Ordinary people – extraordinary God
Our purpose
To share the good news of God’s transforming love through worship, learning, caring and serving, through showing it in our daily lives and in so doing to see the church grow.
Our goal
• To prepare the rented hall for weekly worship by setting it up in ways which are honouring to God and meaningful to existing and potential new members. To make the best use of the resources available including sound system and projection facility and to be flexible in how we set up the hall for worship as we seek to encourage new people to join us.
• To explore new ways of making worship and church activities attractive to children, young people and families. To host Messy Church at least once each quarter.
• To invite our neighbours to ‘special’ services throughout the year; to include Harvest Celebration, Remembrance Sunday, Christmas Carol Service, Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, Easter Celebration and Mothering Sunday.
• To be welcoming and inclusive during worship and weekday meetings. We will use the ‘First Impressions Count’ material as a resource to improve our welcome. Suggestions for improvement by end of July.
• To reflect God’s love for all people by working with and within the community organising, leading and sharing in events; to include Lantern Procession, Act of Remembrance, craft events, Summer Fete; always planning to include children.
• To commence meeting on a weekday from September. This new space to be used to grow the church spiritually, (bible study, discussion, prayer), and numerically, (invitation, social activities and friendship).
Our dream
Our dream is for our church to be a place where the worship of our extraordinary God is central to all activities and where ordinary people of all ages enjoy being with God and with each other.