Justice & Peace Action Group : Monthly

FPCT’s Justice and Peace Action Group meets monthly except August, normally on the second Tuesday, from 2pm at St Mary’s Church Hall, Killigrew St, Falmouth. The second half of each meeting is devoted to Prayer for Peace, the Persecuted and Refugees Next meeting : Tue 20 Nov, 2-4pm : Prayer

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The Filling Station : Monthly

The Filling Station meets monthly except in August and December, usually on Monday. Venues vary. Next meeting: TUESDAY 27 Nov, Penmorvah Manor Hotel. Theme: Persecution issues; what is God saying to our Church? Speaker: Russell Blacker Life-changing Moment: Bianca Parry No booking – all welcome to this informal expression of

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Prayer for The Filling Station : Monthly

Prayer for The Filling Station is held monthly except in August and December, one week before each Filling Station meeting, 7-7.30pm at St Budock Church Choir Vestry. Everyone welcome. Next meeting: Wed 21 Nov Next Filling Station meeting Programme for this year

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Messy Church : Monthly in term, 2nd Sat

Messy Church meets monthly during school terms, on the 2nd Saturday at All Saints Church, Killigrew St, Falmouth Next Messy Church: Sat 10 Nov, 9.30-11am, All Saints Church, Falmouth Messy Church: is a way of being church for families involving fun; is found across the world; values are about being

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Men’s Breakfast : Monthly, usually 2nd Sat

Falmouth Men’s Breakfast meets monthly, usually on the second Saturday at Membly Hall Hotel, 8.30-10am. Next meeting : tba in Jan 2019 (no December meeting) Full Breakfast, coffee or tea and toast only £8 Bookings with Roy Hendy – please text with name or phone 07712628527 Join the Facebook Group

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Footsteps Community Coffee Shop : every Thursday

Open every Thursday morning, 10am-12noon at Falmouth Methodist Church, The Moor serving Fairtrade tea and coffee and delicious home-made cakes Everyone welcome – drop in for refreshment and a friendly chat! Footsteps at FMC opened in August 2016 and has been a great success, raising hundreds of pounds for FPCT-supported

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