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BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH

CONTACTS

Minister: Rev Paul Parker, 01726 850504

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

10 am Morning Worship with Junior Church – Children welcome

6 pm Evening Worship

TUESDAY

7.30 pm Ladies Group (2nd & 4th) Mrs J Fox, Finlandia, 3 Daniel’s Lane, St Austell PL25 3HW, 73378

WEDNESDAY

7.15 pm Choir Practice

THURSDAY

6.30 pm Prayer Fellowship Mr M Fox, Finlandia, 3 Daniel’s Lane, St Austell PL25 3HW, 73378

FRIDAY

10 – 11.30 am Coffee Morning Mrs J Fox

6 – 7.30 pm Youth Club Mrs J Offin, 112 Slades Road, St Austell PL25 4HN 67058

CONTACTS

Steward
Mrs P J Thomas, 5 Dennison Avenue, St Austell PL25 3HD, 64123

Secretary
Mr A Grigg, 27 Lyons Road, St Austell PL25 3H 63464

Treasurer
Mr A Tregilgas, 31 Chough Crescent, St Austell PL25 3AY 67858

Circuit Meeting Reps
Mrs P J Thomas, 5 Dennison Avenue, St Austell PL25 3HD, 64123
Mr T Barker, 29 Morcom Close, St Austell PL25 3UG 63226

Pastoral Secretary
Mr B Minear

Safeguarding Officer
Bruce Mummery

Organist
Mrs J Fox, Finlandia, 3 Daniels Lane, St Austell PL25 3HW 73378

Choirmaster
Vacancy

Booking Secretary
Mr T Barker

Junior Church
Mrs A Barker, 29 Morcom Close, St Austell PL25 3UG 63226

Property Secretary
Mr B Minear

Youth Club Leader
Mrs J Offin, 112 Slades Road, St Austell PL25 4HN, 67058

Notices
Mr M Jenkin (by Wednesday)

Hymns and Psalms, Methodist Hymn Book, Mission Praise 1 (1-282)

ABOUT BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH

In the 19th century the land to the north of The Holmbush Inn, on the St Austell to St Blazey Road, was an intensive industrial area with mines such as Bold Venture and Wheal Eliza.

It was in this situation that Methodism thrived and in 1836 the present Bethel Chapel was built, replacing one built in 1822 across the road.. The days of mining are long gone and the area around the chapel has become heavily populated taking it’s name Bethel from the place of worship which was first on the scene.

Nowadays the major visitor attraction is without doubt The Eden Project, but do not overlook the 30-acre Pine Lodge Gardens, which is just off the A 390 between the Holmbush and the Britannia Inns.

If you come to live in the Bethel area we would be delighted to make your acquaintance.