St. Erth Methodist Church.
THE FARMERS' MARKET - 2019
On every Saturday the Farmers' Market is held in the St. Erth Methodist Chapel Hall from 10 am to noon, selling fresh local vegetables, free range eggs, variety bread, locally produced pork, bacon and sausages, fresh fish, flowers, cards and craft. Come and join us and enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat. Every Saturday a different local organisation provides the refreshments.
There are some vacancies for stall holders who would be committed to selling food on a regular basis. The market thrives when its customers know what they wish to buy will be there. It is a very friendly and sociable environment.
Please see the Contact Us page on how to get in touch with us.
TEA AND TOAST - 2019
Tea and Toast is held on Tuesdays from 10.30 am until noon in the St. Erth Methodist Chapel Hall, with craft, games, company and conversation. A great way to relax for a little while so why not come and join us.
RAINBOW YOUTH GROUP - 2019
The Rainbow Youth Group is for 8 to 13 year old children and is held in the St. Erth Methodist Chapel Hall every Friday from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm during school term time. All leaders are CRB checked. Please see the Contact Us page to request details of the current programme.
EARLY MORNING UNITED PRAYERS - 2019
Early morning United Prayers are held in the Chapel kitchen of the St. Erth Methodist Church every Tuesday from 9.15 am to 10.00 am. This is a great way to put God first - all are very welcome.
BIBLE STUDY - 2019
The Bible Study Course continues every Thursday at 10.45 am with Rev Edwin Myers in the Chapel kitchen of the St Erth Methodist Church.
MESSY CHURCH - 2019
Messy Church will be held in St. Erth Methodist Church on the 3rd Sunday of each month is needed. The dates for 2019 are Sunday 20th Jan; Feb 17th; Mar 17th; Apr 28th; May 19th; Jun 16th; Jul 21st; Sept 15th; Oct 20th; Nov 17th.
This is free event for all the family with fun, craft, games, short worship and food from 4-6 pm. It is especially designed to help young families who want to belong to their local Church but cannot cope with the traditional Sunday morning Church services.