Please note - All Church Services and Social Meetings are currently cancelled due to the Corona Virus Pandemic. You will probably have heard that the government has lifted some of the restrictions on the use of 'religious buildings' and have suggested that - in appropriate circumstances - buildings may be reopened for the use by individuals for personal prayer. Such arrangements will of course take considerable planning and careful organisation and stewarding. This is not the signal to reopen premises for widespread use and we are still a very long way away from any meaningful gathering for corporate worship in the building.
The Methodist Connexion (from whom we take our advice) has indicated that it will not be updating advice to churches until after Methodist Conference (digital of course), on July 2nd.
Service sheets have been produced by the Methodist Church and will be provided each week on this site.
We are encouraging chapels to use this at the same time as their chapel service would have been on Sunday
so that we feel that we are still worshipping together, although not physically being together.
The Launceston Area Methodist Circuit surrounds the town of Launceston in Cornwall and lies over the Devon Border and the edge of Bodmin Moor...
Churches & Chapels
The Launceston Circuit has 13 churches with a membership of around 470 people who worship and enjoy fellowship as Christians together. The churches..
Details of all the services, times and preachers are produced every three months. A hard copy of this 'plan' is available on line and from the Circuit Office...
Diary & Events
The Circuit Diary is regularly updated and published in the quarterly plan, the Spotlight Magazine & here on line. Submit diary items to the Circuit....
Can you help?
There is a very big need for contributions to the Launceston Foodbank. If you can help please leave your contributions in the collection point at Tescos or Cooperative food stores who support the scheme.
The Spotlight Magazine is the Launceston Circuit news and events journal. It is printed most months and is also available here on line. Articles from the Circuit churches...
Revd. Malcolm Jones
Revd. Jo Smart
Related web links of interest, including the Bridge Community Centre, the Cornwall Methodist District & Wesley Cottage, where John Wesley, the founder of Methodism preached and rested...