LAUNCESTON AREA METHODIST CIRCUIT

responding to the Gospel of god's love in Christ

Trebullett Methodist Church

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to embrace and share the encompassing love of God through Jesus

Minister: Revd Jo Smart

Services: 11.00 am - please check Circuit Plan  for details.

First and third Sunday in the month 'KIDZALOUD' 
All children can come and join in the fun - all the leaders have been DBS checked

Contact Person: Jill Price 01579 370835

Organist: 
Mrs R Burden. 782286

Trebullett Methodist Church is situated in the centre of the village about 6 miles from Launceston. The church building was established over 200 years ago and aims to care for the church family and community.  A hall with all facilities is available for many community activities. Current users are Tots and Tea, Art Group, Short Mat Bowls, Funfit, Lunch Club and more.


A WW1 Centenary Celebration...

Trebullett Chapel is organising a Centenary weekend 7-9th September to commemorate the ending of WW1, the formation of the RAF from the RFC and the passing of the Representation of the People's Act 1918 giving votes to women.
 
The weekend starts on Friday 7th September at 7.30pm with a Sing-along led by Sheila and Richard Burt when we will join in songs of the First World War and others of that period.  All are welcome and it would be wonderful if the ladies came along in beautiful hats and boas! 
 
On the Saturday the exhibition of memorabilia commemorating all three centenaries will be open from 11am to 5pm.  If you have anything suitable for this event and which you would be happy to lend, please contact either 01579 370835 or 01566 782286. Refreshments will be available. 
 
On Sunday 9th September we will be holding a special Sunday morning service at 11am to be led by Revd Jo Smart.  All are welcome to any or all of this weekend – we look forward to welcoming you.  All events are at Trebullett Chapel.
 

Easter Trail Gallery

During Easter in 2018 you were able to follow a trail starting from Trekenner School to Trebullett Chapel. Nine “stations” were placed in various gardens and public places each depicting one of the events that happened leading up to Easter Day. At each of these “stations” there was information about the event. You view the gallery of pictures below, together with information on the various photographs.

1. Palm Sunday
The crowds cheered as Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey
 
2. Washing the disciples feet
Jesus set an example for us by washing his disciples feet
 
3. The last supper
Jesus told his disciples to remember him when they ate and drank the bread and wine he offered them
 
4. Peter’s denial
Jesus told Peter he would deny him 3 times before the cock crowed. Peter was horrified when this came true
 
5. The betrayal
Judas betrayed Jesus to the authorities for 30 pieces of silver
 
6. The Garden of Gethsemane
Jesus showed how much he loved us by obeying his Father’s will and setting his face towards the cross
 
7. The trial
The authorities mocked Jesus by making him wear a crown of thorns
 
8. The crucifixion
Jesus died an agonising death for all people taking the punishment for our sins ad offering forgiveness to all
 
9. The empty tomb
Jesus rose from the dead to give new life and new hope to those who believe in him

Regular Events at Trebullet Methodist Church

Monday 7:00 pm Short Mat Bowls Trebullett Hall
Monday 2nd & 4th 1:45 to 2:45 pm Bible Study (ecumenical) Small Sunday School Room, Trebullett Hall
Monday - alternate 10:30 to 12:00 noon 'Tots and Teas' Trebullett Hall
Tuesday - 7:30 pm Patchwork* Trebullett Hall 
Wednesday - 10:00 to 12:00 pm Private Prayer & Contemplation Chapel
Wednesday - 2nd 10:30 to 12:00 noon Coffee Morning Trebullett Hall
Wednesday - last 12:15 to 2:00 pm Lunch Club Trebullett Hall
Friday - alternate 10:45 to 11:45 am Funfit Trebullett Hall
* Patchwork sessions are two 10-week sessions starting January and September

Trebullett Experience Harvest 2017

 

Directions and Map for Trebullett Methodist Church at Coronation Hall from Google Maps