We hope to see a large congregation at our special Choral Evensong on 4 June; this service marks the end of ten days of prayer initiated last
year by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, beginning on Ascension Day. It has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer. We are delighted that the Dean of Truro Cathedral, the Very Rev’d Roger Bush,
is to be our guest preacher. The Roseland Churches’ Choir will lead the hymns and perform an anthem written by and for prisoners of war in the
Japanese camp at Changi in Singapore, and never published.
And we are all invited to St Just parish church on Sunday 2 July for Rev’d Arwen’s first celebration of the Eucharist after her priesting. This will be a wonderful and joyful service: we have all met and grown to know and appreciate Arwen’s special talents and it will be a chance to thank
her for all she is doing in our group of parishes.
We are to be visited on 12 August by the Cornwall Organists’ Association: they will hold a meeting in church, listen to a talk about our parish,
play our lovely organ and have tea in the parish hall. In return we receive a donation for church funds. In due course there will be a list in church requesting help and refreshments on the day – make a note in your diaries
now. Many of them are excellent musicians and it will be worth hearing them make our organ sing.