Coads Green Methodist Church
“Our mission is to provide accessible worship and to nurture disciples, so that as we meet the needs of others, in our chapel and our community, we witness to God’s love.”
Minister: Revd Jo Smart
Services: 11.00 am
Please check Circuit Plan for details of services at Christmas / Easter and Harvest.
On each Sunday throughout the year the Sunday School & Young People's groups meet from 11am-12noon. Come and be part of one of our three groups catering for all ages from 0-teens. A chance to meet with others of your own age - See you there.
Mr M Stephens 01566 782824
Mr D Venning 01566 82380
Mrs M Butter 01566 782255
WONDER is a family drama about Auggie, a young boy with a facial deformity who’s entering school for the first time after being home-schooled by his mother. The movie looks at Auggie’s first year in school from his perspective and the perspective of those around him.
WONDER is a terrifically empathetic, uplifting movie that will bring tears of joy.
WONDER will be shown on Sunday 3rd March at Coads Green Chapel at 2:30 pm. Do come along and join us.
Regular Events at Coads Green Methodist Church
Thursday - 1st & 3rd of month - 7:30 to 9:00 pm 'Discipleship' at The Manse, Coads Green
Thursday - 2nd & 4th of month - 9:30 to 10:30 am 'Bible Study' in The Parlour
Thursday - 2nd & 4th of month - 11:00 to 12:00 noon 'Coffee Morning' in The Parlour
Thursday - 4th of month - 7:30 to 9:00 pm 'Music Group' in the Chapel
Friday - 1st of month - 12:30 to 2:00 pm 'Lunch Club' in The Parlour (see info below)
Sunday - 1st of month - 11.00 am 'Ignite' service' - worship in a modern format.
'Scarecrow Nativity' at Coads Green
At Coads Green Ignite services we are looking at the I AM sayings of Christ that are found in John’s Gospel. These sayings act as a signpost to tell us who Jesus is and about His relationship with God as well as why He came to be with us.
Coad's Green Remembrance Sunday 2018
Coads Green Lunch Club
Coads Green buzzes with excitement on the first Friday of the month. Thirty two ladies and gents meet together for lunch club in Coads Green Chapel Parlour, when everyone is treated to a main course such as Chicken crumble or maybe Roast Pork with vegetables, potatoes and lashings of gravy. Follow that with a choice of two desserts, fruit crumble and custard or cream, or a lemon cheesecake are amongst the favourites, then cheese and biscuits, followed by a nice cup of tea and sweet biscuit. The meals are all home cooked in our wonderfully equipped Chapel parlour kitchen and has been run by a faithful group of local ladies for the last 11 years. All this and only £5 and no washing up to do!
Because of holidays and illness we often have a couple of spare chairs so why not give us a ring to see if there's room. It may be possible to get one of the other members to offer transport.
Lots of chatter, laughter and sharing and a great home cooked lunch, what more could anyone want.
Contact: Daphne on 01566 782001
Chuck Blaze and the cradle of life
Recently the 4Front Theatre Company performed 'Chuck Blaze and the cradle of life' to Coads Green and Trekenner School. The photo is of Coads Green pupils only.
Coads Green Methodist Church Harvest Festival
Our harvest thanksgiving celebrations got underway on Friday September 22nd with the decorating of the chapel using harvest produce and flowers depicting harvest hymns. These hymns had thoughtfully been selected by Averil Lashbrook.
It was amazing to see the wonderful way in which individuals and families, who are connected with the chapel, portrayed each hymn. What started out to be simply decorating using harvest hymns, turned out to be more like a mini flower festival.
At 10 o'clock on Sunday morning, Marilyn Butter was sat at the organ striking up the first notes of her 10 hour organ playing marathon, which included the 11am & 6-30pm service. £510 was raied for our chapel organ fund. Neil Burden led the morning family service & received the Sunday School and Young People's harvest gifts.
Fellowship continued throughout the day with a bring & share lunch, cakes and cream teas, as people admired the displays and listened to the melodious organ music.
Mike Stephens led the evening Songs of Praise, when we sang the hymns that had been portrayed in the displays. Philip Medland led our Monday night thanksgiving service. Following the service, Graham Tucker auctioned the gifts that were left after we had given to Launceston food bank and to those who, for various reasons, cannot worship with us.