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WHITEMOOR METHODIST CHURCH

Minister: Rev Paul Parker, 01726 850504

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

10.30 a.m. Morning Worship

MONDAY

2 p.m. Quilters – Our Quilters Group meet every second and fourth Monday in the month.
7 p.m. Bible Study usually every other Monday – telephone 01726 822343 for confirmation.

WEDNESDAY

10.30 a.m. Coffee Mornings – from 10.30am until noon. People from our church and wider community all enjoy chatting together over tea and coffee.

FRIDAY

9.30 a.m. Mother and Toddler ‘Bunnies’ Group
1.00 p.m. Open the Book. Children from the Primary School come to the Chapel on Friday afternoons to see a Bible story ‘brought to life’ by our Chapel members.
7.30 p.m. Halwyn a gan Choir rehearses in the Chapel every Friday evening, apart from the last Friday in the month.

CONTACTS

Stewards
Lyn Hawken, 5 Meadow Close, St Stephen, St Austell. PL26 7PE 01726 822343
Ros Owens, Fenton Farm, Currian Vale, Nanpean, St Austell. PL26 7XG 01726 821165
Dawn Willcock

Property Stewards
Barry Hawken
John Hawken

Secretary
Lyn Hawken

Safeguarding Officer
(
Circuit Safeguarding Co-ordinator)
Lyn Hawken

Treasurer
Ros Owens

Circuit Meeting Reps
Edna Yelland
Lyn Hawken
Ros Owens

Pastoral Secretary
Pat Pethick

Organists
Elizabeth Brobin
Sandra Willcocks

Key Holder and Booking Secretary
Pat Pethick, Westwood Cottage, Crown Road, Whitemoor, St Austell. PL26 7XH 01726 824516

Halwyn a gan Secretary
Dawn Willcock Polmerrion, 38 Trethosa Road, St Stephen, St Austell. PL26 7PZ 01726 822160

Hymns and Psalms, Methodist Hymn Book, Complete Mission Praise

ABOUT WHITEMOOR METHODIST CHURCH

The foundation stone was laid on 17th March 1875 and Whitemoor Chapel has been the centre Christian witness in the village ever since. The church building consists of 2 storeys; the upper floor houses the Chapel sanctuary and was modernized in 2005, making a light, warm and flexible worship area. The ground floor has a hall, small meeting room, modern kitchen and toilets. Both upper and lower storeys have wheelchair access.

Outside there is a small grass amphitheatre, know as ‘the rings’, which is occasionally used for open-air events. An area at the top of this amphitheatre has recently been tidied and a ‘Peace Garden’ created. Whitemoor Chapel has its own, large car park just opposite.

Whitemoor Chapel has a small but caring congregation who enjoy one another’s friendship and are very welcoming towards visitors.

For more information visit our website at www.whitemoorchapel.co.uk