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The

Mustard Seed Evangelical Church For the people of Callington and the greater glory of God

April 2010

Newsletter

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Welcome! Easter
is
a
time
for
is
 to
think
about
our
religion,
 our
faith,
and
reflect
 upon
 how
 special
we
 are
that
Jesus
 chose
 to
die
for
 us,
 that
 we
may
 have
new
life. When
 we
 talk
 about
 religion,
 most
 people
 think
 about
 rules;
 “Thou
 Shalt
Not…”,
and
 we
can
can
so
get
caught
up
on
this,
that
we
fail
to
 realise
the
full
potential
and
meaning
of
the
Christian
faith.
 The
English
word
‘religion’
 comes
from
the
Latin
 ‘ligare’,
which
means
 “to
bind”,
 or
“to
connect”.
 When
we
add
the
‘re–’
to
make
‘re–ligare’
 or
‘religion’,
we
get
‘re–connect’.
Religion
is
about
reconnecting
us
and
 God. We
read
in
Genesis
that
God
created
humans
to
live
in
relationship
with
 Him,
 but
 we
chose,
 and
 we
 choose
to
turn
 away
from
 God.
 We’ve
all
 done
things
that
have
broken
our
connection
with
God,
chosen
to
sin,
 to
hurt
people
 through
 our
 words,
 thoughts
 or
 actions.
 This
 stops
 us
 from
being
able
to
connect
with
God,
and
leads
to
death. However,
 because
 God
 loves
 us,
 he
 is
 waiting
 for
 us
 to
 turn
 back
 to
 him,
and
so
God
sent
his
son,
Jesus
to
save
us;
to
take
the
punishment
 we
 deserve,
 so
 that
 we
 can
 be
 reconnected
 with
 God,
 by
 being
 forgiven,
cleansed
of
our
sin. Being
a
Christian
is
about
 making
the
decision
 to
reconnect
with
God;
 to
believe
in
what
God
has
done,
to
ask
him
for
forgiveness
and
to
say
 yes
to
him.
This
reconnection
with
God
leads
us
into
the
fulness
of
life,
 which
is
only
found
in
him. Praise
God,
that
we
have
this
freedom
of
new
life
in
Him!

Happy
Easter! 2


Monthly
Activities Date

Time Event

Location

Friday
2/4

10:30

Good
Friday
Service

The
Mustard
Seed

Friday
2/4

14:00

Visit
to
Residential
 Homes

Methodist
Car
Park

Sunday
4/4

07:00 Sunrise
Service

St.
Mary’s
CofE

Sunday
4/4

07:00 Easter
CTiC
Service

Methodist
Church

08:00 Men’s
Breakfast

Frank’s

18:00 Café
Church

The
Mustard
Seed

Saturday
10/4 Sunday
25/4

Helpers
Needed

The
Church
needs
someone
to
join
the
cleaning
team
to
clean
the
 windows
(frames
and
sills)
in
the
lower
hall
and
kitchen
once
a
 month. The
job
will
take
about
1½
hours.
 Please
contact
Julie
‐
Church
Housekeeper.

Sunday
Morning
Worship Sunday
4th
April David
Jewell Sunday
11th
April George
Bickle Sunday
18th
April David
Jewell Sunday
25th
April Sunday
School
Anniversary Sunday
2nd
May David
Jewell 3


Youthwork
Update March
has
 been
another
busy
month,
and
 the
past
term
has
been
very
encouraging.


in
 the
 class
 with
 the
 Newspaper
 report
 which
they
had
started
the
previous
lesson
 (when
 I
was
with
them
 last).
It
 was
good
 to
continue
to
grow
relationships
with
the
 pupils
and
their
teacher;
I
will
hopefully
be
 able
to
go
in
again
to
talk
about
 the
 Bible
 next
 term.
 Please
 pray
 that
 these
 doors
 into
 the
 school
 will
 continue
 to
 open
 up,
 and
 that
 we
 will
 be
 given
 a
 strong
 vision
 and
purpose
for
these
visits.


Soul
 Space
 is
 still
 going
 strong,
 and
 we
 seem
 to
 have
 maintained
 our
 weekly
 average
 of
 10
 young
 people
 or
 so.
 It
 has
 been
great
 to
see
 the
 young
people
 each
 week,
especially
as
many
of
them
 are
 still
 from
 outside
 of
 the
 Church.
 People
 continue
 to
 bring
 their
 friends,
 and
 this
 certainly
 seems
 to
 be
 a
 trend
 that
 will
 continue.
We
have
now
started
up
a
small
 tuck‐shop
 on
 Monday
 nights,
 with
 a
 selection
of
 sweets
 for
 the
 young
 people
 to
 buy.
 This
 has
 been
 a
 popular
 move
 based
 on
 the
 suggestions
 of
 the
 young
 people,
 who
 continue
 to
 enjoy
 the
 group
 and
 activities.
 We
 have
 started
 playing
 more
 group
 games
 over
 the
 past
 few
 weeks,
 which
 this
 has
 encouraged
 more
 group
 interaction
 between
 the
 young
 people,
and
with
volunteers.

I
 am
 continuing
 to
 be
 involved
 with
 the
 Churches
 Together
 in
 Callington.
 I
 had
 a
 meeting
 with
 the
 Methodist
 Church
 in
 Callington
 to
 enable
 me
 to
 share
 with
 them
 about
 what
 we
 are
 doing
 at
 the
 Mustard
 Seed
 and
 to
 look
 at
 how
 the
 Churches
Together
in
Callington
can
come
 alongside
each
other
in
the
youthwork
we
 do.
 This
 meeting
 was
 helpful
 for
 both
 of
 us,
 and
 so
 we
 are
 now
 looking
 into
 the
 possibilities
 of
 what
 can
 be
 done
 for
 the
 8‐12
 age
group,
as
we
are
 aware
that
they
 are
 not
 being
 supported
 very
 well
 in
 an
 extra‐(Churh)curricular
 way
 (ie;
 nothing
 apart
 from
 Sunday
 School).
 We
 hope
 to
 arrange
a
meeting
with
parents
of
children
 in
 this
 age
 range
 in
order
 to
 see
 how
 we
 can
 support
 them
 better,
 hopefully
 in
 preparation
 for
 something
 starting
 in
 September.

We
had
our
second
Café
Church
on
Sunday
 28th
March,
which
went
really
well,
seeing
 some
 new
 faces
 from
 the
 other
 churches
 in
 Callington,
 and
 someone
 who
 is
 a
 Christian
but
 goes
to
Church
 in
Plymouth.
 This
young
person
also
came
to
Soul
Space
 the
 next
 night,
 and
 so
 it
 seems
 that
 our
 aim
of
seeing
the
young
Christians
in
town
 connected
 and
 encouraged
 is
 starting
 to
 happen
and
 grow.
This
month’s
topic
 was
 ‘Living’
 and
 we
 looked
 at
 how
 we
 as
 Christians
can
live
 life
 to
the
 full,
and
find
 our
 satisfaction
 in
 God,
 rather
 than
 the
 world.


I
 am
 continuing
 to
 go
 into
 the
 Primary
 School
 in
 Callington,
 helping
 out
 at
 the
 ‘Splash’
after
school
club
which
the
Church
 runs
 on
 Wednesday
 afternoons.
 This
 is
 a
 real
 eye‐opener
 for
 me
 in
 regards
to
 how
 to
work
with
the
younger
age
group,
and
I
 hope
 to
 learn
 a
 lot
 from
 my
experiences,
 which
 in
 turn
 would
 help
 with
 starting


I
 also
 had
 the
 opportunity
 to
 go
 into
 the
 Secondary
School
again,
helping
the
pupils
 4


something
 for
 8‐12
 year
 olds.
 Being
 in
 the
 Primary
 school
 also
 opens
 up
 the
 opportunity
 for
 me
 to
 provide
 a
 ‘link’
 between
 primary
 and
 secondary
 school
 for
 pupils;
 something
 which
 is
 a
 possibility
 for
 development
in
the
future. Thanks
 for
 all
 your
 thoughts
 and
 prayers,
 please
 do
 continue
 to
 pray,
 as
 I
 can
 do
 nothing
without
His
help!

The
Back
Pew An
 old
 nun
 who
 was
 living
 in
 a
 convent
 next
 to
 a 
 construction
 site
 noticed
 the
 coarse
 language
 of
 the
 workers
 and
 decided
 to
 spend
 some
 time
 with
 them
 to
 correct
their
ways.

Tim
Cadoux

She
 decided
 she
 would
 take
 her
 lunch,
 sit
 with
 the
 workers
 and
 talk
 with
 them.
 She
 put
 her
 sandwich
 in
 a
 brown
 bag
 and
 walked
 over
 to
 the
 spot
 where
 the
men
were
eating. 
 She
 walked
 up
 to
 the
 group
 and
 with
a
big
smile
said:
"and
do
you
 men
 know
 Jesus
 Christ?"
 They
 shook
 their
 heads
 and
 looked
 at
 each
other
very
confused. 
 One
 of
 the
 workers
 looked
 up
 into
 the
 steelworks
 and
 yelled
 out,
 "Anybody
 up
 there
 know
 Jesus
Christ?" 
 One
 of
 the
 steelworkers
 yelled
 down,
'Why'? 
 The
worker
yelled
back, 
 “’Cos
 his
 wife's
 here
 with
 his
 lunch”

Aims
for
2010: 1.
Spiritual
Development

We
want
to
see
young
people
set
 on
 fire
 for
 God.
 We
 want
 to
 enable
 discussion,
 pray,
 read
 the
 Bible,
 and
 experience
 God
 at
 work.

2.
Personal
Development

We
 want
 to
 see
 young
 people
 grow.
 We
want
 to
 provide
 a
 safe
 place
 for
 young
 people
 to
 learn
 about
 themselves,
 and
 the
 world
 around
them.

3.
Community
Development

We
 want
 to
 see
 young
 people
 growing
 friendships
 with
 each
 other.
We
want
 to
see
young
and
 old
 alike
 sharing
 in
the
fellowship
 we
have
in
Christ
Jesus. 5


Missionary
News

From
Malcolm,
Kerstin
and
Amy
Gray

Thank
 God
 for
 dogs.
 Today,
 with
 their
 help,
I
killed
another
snake
just
next
to
our
 front
door.
You
should
have
seen
the
relief
 on
 my
 face
 when
 I
 realised
 I
 was
 only
 dealing
with
a
little
one
this
time.
I've
lost
 count
 how
 many
 times
 the
 dogs
 have
 barked
 and
 warned
 me
 of
 dangerous
 or
 poisonous
 animals.
 There
 is
 a
 certain
 sound
 to
 the
 bark
 and
 you
 know
 that
 you'll
have
to
take
them
very
seriously
and
 walk
carefully.

meet
 up
 with
 Malcolm's
 brother
 Ed.
He's
 doing
really
well
by
the
way
‐
do
a
search
 online
for
Eduard
Gray!!! We'll
 be
 back
in
Thailand
by
20th
of
April.
 Our
dear
family
friend,
Tania
Manners,
will
 come
 and
 stay
 in
 Kong
 Wilai
 for
 three
 months
in
order
to
home‐school
Amy.
Amy
 is
very
much
looking
forward
to
having
her
 own
 teacher.
 It'll
 be
 great
 to
 have
 Tania
 here,
 helping
 Amy
 get
 ready
 to
 adjust
 to
 going
to
the
UK.

'Snake‐fights'
 are
 not
 as
 frightening
 as
 they
 used
 to
 be.
 I
 feel
 there
 are
 much
 greater
 battles
 to
 be
 fought...
 Talking
 about
 which....
 
...I
 want
 to
 thank
 you
so
 much
 for
 your
 prayers
 and
 thoughts
 for
 Tao.
Last
 weekend
 she
 went
 see
 her
boy‐ friend,
 Lae.
 We're
 happy
 she
 has
 come
 back
and
continued
to
work
as
our
house‐ girl.
But
she
 has
 her
mind
 set
on
 a
future
 together
 with
 this
 man.
 She
 speaks
 like
 someone
who
knows
what
they
are
doing,
 but
 isn't
 willing
to
 change.
Malcolm's
 and
 my
 heart
 are
 heavy
 and
 sad,
 but
 we
 continue
 to
 be
 her
 friends
 and
 try
 to
 encourage
her
in
areas
where
she
allows.




Yes,
we'll
be
taking
'furlough'
from
August
 2010
 for
 6
 months.
 Malcolm's
 mum
 and
 dad
 have
 found
 a
 house
 where
 we'll
 be
 welcome
to
stay
in
Thornbury,
just
outside
 of
Bristol.
The
 house
 has
a
guest
room
 ‐
if
 anyone
 should
 be
 interested!!!
 There
 is
 a
 Church
of
England
school
only
15
min.
walk
 away
 where
 Amy
 has
 been
 accepted
 already! I
 found
 out
 they
 have
 parents'
 prayer
 meeting
 every
 Monday
 morning!
 Sounds
 just
like
something
I
would
love
joining! Amy
 has
 been
 taking
 steroids
 as
 medication
against
blisters
she
used
to
get
 on
her
hands
and
feet.
The
thought
was
to
 reduce
 the
 dose
 and
 that
 she
 would
 no
 longer
 need
 it.
But
 every
 time
 we
 reduce
 the
dose,
the
blisters
come
back.
We
went
 to
see
 a
doctor
 last
 week
who
thinks
one
 likely
 diagnosis
 is
 that
 she
 has
 a
 form
 of
 gluten
 intolerance.
 The
 diagnosis
 can
 be
 confirmed
 by
 a
 biopsy,
 but
 we'll
 have
 to
 wait
with
that
until
we're
in
the
UK.
In
the
 meantime
 we're
 having
 to
 learn
 about
 gluten
 free
 diet
 and
all
 what
 that
 means!


My
 sister
 is
 getting
 married
 in
 Sweden
 over
Easter,
so
we're
planning
to
be
there
 for
 this
 wonderful
 event!
 The
 climate
 change
will
be
something
for
our
bodies
to
 try
 to
 cope
 with!
 Thank
 God
 for
 loving
 parents
who
really
know
how
to
look
after
 us
 and
try
to
keep
 us
warm!
The
 wedding
 will
be
held
in
the
North
of
Sweden
near
a
 town
called,
 Lycksele.
 We'll
 travel
 the
 12h
 journey
 by
 car
 from
 Västerås
 with
 my
 family.
We'll
 also
 have
 the
 opportunity
to
 6


Malcolm
 had
a
go
already
at
making
bread
 using
rice,
kassawa
and
corn
flour.
Not
the
 usual
 flavour
 we're
 used
to,
but
 hopefully
 good
 enough.
 Amy
 is
 very
 good
 about
 it
 and
 tries
 hard
 to
 remember
 herself
 what
 she
 can
 and
 can't
 eat.
 It's
 good
 that
 rice
 doesn't
have
gluten
in
it!!!

how
 he
 stays
 sane
 through
 it
 all.
 Please,
 keep
 praying
 for
 him!
 With
 many
 'big
 issues'
to
deal
 with
constantly,
we're
 both
 very
ready
for
a
bit
of
a
break. Thank
 you
 so
 much
 for
 all
 you
 do
 for
 us!
 You're
truly
channels
of
God's
faithfulness!
 Please,
keep
praying! Lots
of
love,
Kerstin

Malcolm's
workload
is
enormous.
I
wonder


Splash
Club
Special The
Splash
Special
was
a
time
of
fun
on
Saturday
20th
March. The
 children
played
games,
made
Easter
nests
 and
some
even
had
 
a
new
 hair
style
(covered
in
shaving
foam
and
cereal)…
We
 looked
at
the
story
of
 the
 Prodigal
 son
and
 learned
1
John
4
v
19
 “We
 love
 Him
because
 He
 first
 loves
us”. 
 Thank
you
for
praying
for
this
event
and
a
big
thank
you
to
Sarah,
Reece
and
 Tony
who
were
so
helpful
in
making
sure
the
chocolate
eggs
were
put
in
the
 nests
and
not
in
the
children's
mouths…
also
to
Jean
(Collins)
Jean
(Gregg)
 and
Kath
for
all
their
hard
work
too.

7


Missionary
News

From
Andy
and
Cindy
Rich

Proverbs
31
v8
NLT:

desperate
 condition.
 We
 praise
 God
 that
 she
 was
able
 to
receive
 life
 saving
cardiac
 surgery
and
now
is
healthy
and
well
and
a
 joy
to
our
hearts.
(the
 2nd
cardiac
baby
in
 6
months).

“Speak
 up
for
 those
 who
 cannot
 speak
 for
 themselves;
 ensure
 justice
 for
 those
 being
 crushed.” Greetings
 from
 Andy
&
 Cindy
Rich
 on
the
 Thai/Burma
border.
We
thank
God
for
your
 prayers
 &
 support.
 Please
 pray
 with
 fervour
for
the
 displaced
people
of
Burma
 who
 are
 persecuted
 by
 the
 Burmese
 military
 with
 what
 amounts
 to
 ethnic
 cleansing.
 Right
 now
 young
 children
 are
 abducted
 and
 forced
 to
 work
 as
 child
 soldiers,
 woman
 and
 young
 girls
 are
 subjected
 to
 violence
 &
 rape,
 villages
 are
 being
 burnt
 to
 the
 ground
 and
 villagers
 killed
 or
 captured
 for
 slave
 labour.
Health
 care
 is
 virtually
 non
 existent
 and
 people
 continue
 to
 die
 from
 TB,
 HIV,
 Malaria
 &
 communicable
diseases.
The
clinic
we
have
 been
running
on
the
border
has
seen
such
 cases
 as
 these,
 seriously
 ill
 patients
 travel
 from
inside
Burma
as
they
heard
about
our
 small
clinic
with
'good
medicine'.


The
 above 
 
 scripture
 (Proverbs
 31:8)
 has
 been
a
strong
part
of
our
calling
before
we
 came
here,
it
has
been
something
we
have
 stood
by
and
is
certainly
a
reality
when
we
 are
working
for
the
Lord
in
this
area.
There
 are
 so
 many
 who
 need
 our
 voice/your
 voice
 to
 speak
 out
 for
 them.
 It
 may
 not
 cost
us
much
to
speak
out
or
it
could
cost
 us
 everything.
 However,
 if
 we
 directly

 challenge
evil
in
our
society
we
should
not
 be
 surprised
 or
 alarmed
 that
 a
 battle
 will
 rage. This
year
has
been
such
a
battle.
Whilst
the
 medical
 work
 
has
 been
a
 privilege
 &
 has
 begun
 to
 flourish
 with
 many
 Christian
 health
 workers 
 
 volunteering
 to
 come
 here,
 we
 have
 been
 enduring
 a
 separate
 struggle.
 It
 has
 been
 exhausting,
 yet
 God
 has
been
faithful
and
sustained
us
through
 these
times.

This
 last
 18
 months
 has
 been
 a
 huge
 learning
time
for
us
(language,
culture
and
 spiritual
 warfare
 to
 name
 a
 few!).
 Andy
 took
 on
 the
 role
 as
 ambulance
 driver
 (as
 well
as
book
keeper
and
Pastor)
and
being
 blessed
 with
 our
 own
 vehicle,
 we
 have
 been
 able
 to
 transfer
 many
 acutely
 ill
 across
 the
 border
 to
 the
 River
 Kwai
 mission
hospital.
We
have
additionally
had
 a
 number
 of
 patients
 needing
 to
 go
 to
 Bangkok
 7
 hours
 away.
 In
 November
 we
 took
 a
 tiny
 baby
 girl
 of
 12
 months
 who
 heart
 &
 lung
 was
 failing,
 she
 was
 in
 a


Some
 of
 you
 may
 remember
 we
 shared
 deep
concerns
about
a
displaced
child
that
 was
being
abused,
the
situation
got
worse
 and
 worse.
We
 had
tried
to
 move
her
 our
 MTI
 children’s
 home
 but
 the
 step
 parents
 came
 and
 took
 her
 back
 again.
 Little
 A.(3
 years+)
 had
 numerous
 cuts,
 marks,
 and
 burns
all
over
her
body
and
head.
She
 has

 endured
 the
 most
 appalling
 abuse,
 two
 broken
 legs
 and
 a
 broken
 arm
 and
 we
 found
her
paralysed
&
had
been
left
like
it
 8


for
 10
 days
 in
 July
 2009,
 the
 guardians
 never
bothered
to
seek
help
for

her.
 
She
 was
 also
 very
 badly
 neglected,
 socially
 isolated
 and
 never
 came
 to
 church
 with
 the
rest
of
the
family.
Many
times
she
 just
 scrabbled
 around
 in
 the
 dirt
 under
 the

 bamboo
 hut.
 In
 November,
 Cindy
 had
 a
 strong
 compulsion
 to
 visit
 the
 home,
 and
 we
 believe
 now
 this
 was
 divine
 guidance
 as
Cindy
found
her
with
a
fractured
femur,
 the
 bone
 was
 just
 coming
 through
 the
 skin,
she
was
lying
in
the
dark
in
agony.
We
 persuaded
the
guardians
to
let
us

take
her
 to
 hospital
 and
 she
 was
transferred
as
 an
 emergency
 for
 surgery
 3
hours
 away.
The
 hospital
were
shocked
at
her
condition.


the
 sparrow
 &
 hears
 the
 cries
 of
 the
 oppressed.
 We
 have
 continued
to
 receive
 warnings
of
harm
and
revenge
and
this
has
 meant
 that
 we
 can
 no
 longer
 access
 the
 clinic
or
the
village.
We
grieve
for
the
many
 we
love
there
who
we
 have
not
been
able
 to
say
goodbye
to
the
children
in
the
home
 and
 our
 regular
 patients
 for
 whom
 we
 have
great
concern. We
 ask
you
 to
pray
for
 little
 A.'s
recovery
 as
she
tries
 to
walk
again
now
the
plaster
 is
 off.
 Her
 emotional
 deeper
 scars
 from
 what
 she
 has
 endured
 &
 rejection.
 Her
 future
 care
 and
 life
 in
 Thailand.
 Pray
 for
 our
next
steps
as
we
need
to
relocate.
We
 are
thankful
that
HQ
have
been
supportive
 to
us
and
appreciate
our
difficult
situation.
 Andy
 is
 in
 discussion
 with
O.M
 leaders
 at
 this
 time
 in
 Bangkok
 and
 Cindy
 has
 returned
 back
 to
 UK
 for
 a
 few
 weeks
 because
 of
 the
 threats
 which
 have
 taken
 its
 toll
 on
 her
 health.
 She
 is
 really
 exhausted.

We
 fought
 harder
 from
 that
 point
 on
 to

 ensure
 she
 never
 went
 'home'
 again.
 Initially
no
one
seemed
interested,
she
was
 an
 IDP
 (Internally
 displaced
 person)
 with
 no
ID,
seemingly
a
'non
person'
.
We
thank
 God
 for
 3
 'special'
 Christian
 people
 the
 Lord
 put
 in
 our
 lives
 to
 help
 us.
 We
 witnessed
many

miracles,
one
plan
to
take
 Cindy
 hostage
 for
 the
 child
 was
 incredulously
 thwarted
 by
 Gods
 intervention.
 The
 fact
 that
 A.
 was
 just
 living
on
the
Thai
side
meant
that
once
we
 got

through
the
'red
tape'
she
 could

still
 be
helped
by
Thai
law.
If
we
had
just
'up
&
 ran'
with
her
we
could
have
been
accused
 of
 child
 trafficking
 with
 heavy
 penalties.
 The
 fight
 to
 get
 her
 out
 of
 the
 abusive
 families
 hands
 has
 been
 hard.
 Child
 protection
is
still
 in
its
infancy
in
Thailand,
 many
do
not
 understand
the
 rights
of
the
 child.

Pray
for
Burma
that
God
will
heal
this
land
 and
 that
 the
 persecution
 of
 ethnic
 tribal
 groups
will
stop. For
 more
 info.
 &
 prayer
 points
 see
 Christians
 concerned
 for
 Burma
 www.prayforburma.org
Partners
relief
and
 development

www.partnersworld.org 













 In
Him
Whom
we
serve
Andy
&
Cindy

Please
 do
 remember
 all
 our
 missionary
 friends
 around
 the
 world
 in
 your
 own
 prayers,
 it
is
 a
great
way
to
help
them
and
to
 be
a
part
of
God’s
Kingdom!

The
 story
 is
 so
 complex
 and
 this
 is
 an
 attempt
 to
 simplify
 it.
 There
 is
 much
 we
 cannot
 say.
 The
 most
 important
 thing
 is
 she
 is
 safe
 and
 free
 from
 abuse
 &
 suffering.
 He
 really
 does
 have
 His
 eye
 on
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Weekly
Activities Mondays 19:45

Home
Group
at
Grace’s.
Come
and
spend
some
time
praying
for
 each
other,
worshipping
God
and
studying
John’s
Gospel.
All
are
 welcome.
Every
Monday,
except
the
first
in
the
month
when
we
 have
a
prayer
meeting
at
the
Church.

19:30

Youth
Group
in
the
Hall.
A
chance
for
all
the
young
people
aged
 14‐18
to
get
together
and
have
fun
playing
games,
pool
and
table‐ tennis.


Wednesdays 09:15

Seedlings
in
the
Hall.
For
pre‐schoolers
and
parents/carers.


15:00

Splash
at
Callington
Primary
School.
An
after‐school
club
for
 pupils
at
the
school.

Thursdays 10:00

Ladies
Bible
Study
in
the
Parlour.


Sundays 10:45

Morning
Worship
at
the
Mustard
Seed.
Join
us
for
a
time
of
 prayer,
worship
and
teaching.
There
are
groups
for
children
and
 young
people,
through
which
they
will
learn
more
about
God
and
 enjoy
finding
out
more
about
Him.

18:30

Evening
Praise
with
worship,
sharing
and
praying
together
before
 an
interactive
study
focusing
on
what
God
is
saying
though
the
 passage,
not
just
trying
to
gain
more
knowledge.
We
are
 currently
studying
the
Book
of
Revelation
together.

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Contacts Leadership Peter
Coombe (01579)
382197 (Elder) petercoombe@btconnect.com John
Cole 01752
366109 
(Elder) j.t.cole@btinternet.com

Youth
and
Children’s
Work Tim
Cadoux 07954388377 
(Youth
Worker) tim.cadoux@gmail.com Geraldine
Parkyn (01579)
384197 (Splash) gparkyn@tiscali.co.uk

Outreach Maureen
Lloyd
 (01579)
351853 (Women’s
Ministry) Kathy
Cole
 01752
366109 (Seedlings) j.t.cole@btinternet.com Geraldine
Parkyn (01579)
384197 (Residential
Homes) gparkyn@tiscali.co.uk

Other
Activities John
Cole 01752
366109 (Home
Group) j.t.cole@btinternet.com

Contributions
for
monthly
newsletter: Deadline:
21st
March Speak
to:
Tim
Cadoux Email:
tim.cadoux@gmail.com 11


The

Mustard Seed Evangelical Church For the people of Callington and the greater glory of God

Who
We
Are: The
Mustard
Seed
is
a
fellowship
of
Christians
committed
to
 discovering
God’s
love
and
truth
for
today.
During
our
worship
and
 study
times,
in
our
family
and
social
events,
and
through
our
caring
 and
Outreach
Ministries
we
explore
and
share
God’s
grace
and
 guidance
as
He
helps
us
become
and
grow
as
His
followers.


What
We
Believe: •God
is
real. •Jesus
is
Lord. •The
Holy
Spirit
gives
life. •God
speaks
through
the
Bible. •God
forgives
us. •Jesus
cares
for
us. •Jesus
is
coming
back.

We
warmly
welcome
you,
or
anyone
else
 to
meet
with
us!

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