As well as the services held at the church (see schedule of services), a number of events are held each year in or by the church. The church is currently raising funds for urgent repair to the church tower (see church repair).
THY KINGDOM COME
Praying in St Bartholomew’s Church from Ascension to Pentecost
10th to 20th May 2018
Feel like praying? Something need praying for? Need someone to pray with?
On the days and times below, a member of St Bartholomew’s Church will be in the Church, praying, contemplating, or just enjoying the peace. Anybody will be welcome to join them, for prayer in whichever way you choose.
There will be comfortable chairs, lots of books and prayer resources, and a cup of tea or coffee.
- Thursday 10th – 9am to 10am
- Friday 11th – 12noon to 1pm
- Saturday 12th – 10am to 12noon
- Sunday 13th – 4 to 6pm followed by Evensong
- Monday 14th – 2 to 3pm
- Tuesday 15th – 6 to 7am
- Wednesday 16th – 8 to 9am
- Thursday 17th – 9 to 10 am
- Friday 18th – 11am to 12 noon
- Saturday 19th – 9 to 10 am
- Sunday 20th – 10 am – Holy Communion and Confirmation Service involving all the cluster churches; St Neot, St Cleer and St John’s Pensilva, led by the Bishop of St German’s
THY KINGDOM COME is a national commitment to prayer. If there is only one person in St Bartholomew’s Church, praying alone, they will be praying for our whole community of Warleggan and Mount, and adding to the hundreds of years of prayer that have soaked into the stone of our lovely ancient church.
Any questions? Liz Lane – 821551
and then welcome in the summer with:
Good Friday readings, Jubilee Hall, organised collaboratively by church and chapel – No Full English, but fellowship, a cup of tea, a hot cross bun, and the greatest story ever told…..
‘Is there really a God?’ – a discussion for people of all faiths and none, with panelists the Reverend Philip Biggs, Dr. Kathy Lang and Father Robbie Low.Thursday 1 February 2018, 3 pm
Church Tower Open Day, a chance to see the view from the top, and to see some of the renovation work being doneSaturday 18 November 2017
Advent Bazaar and Craft Fair, Jubilee Hall; also with tea/coffee, cakes, pasties, etcSunday 24th September 2017, 6.00 pm
Harvest Songs of Praise at St Bartholomew’s, Warleggan; followed the next day by Auction of Harvest Gifts at The Old School House, MountSaturday 19 August 2017, 1 – 4 pm
Church Fete, combined with the Big Do, the outside bit of which was rained off last month. The “Big Church Fete Do” will be held in the field opposite the Jubilee Hall in Mount with all profits split between church and hall. See Big Church Fete Do page
Sunday 9 July 2017, 6 pm:
Organ Recital, St Bartholomew’s Church, Warleggan, with Jonathan Delbridge – Raising for funds to restore our lovely church tower.
Britain Without Christianity – Who Gains ? – A Talk by David Derrington
Saturday 11 March 2017, 10 am – 12 pm:
Craft Fair, Warleggan Jubilee Hall – Lots of lovely local stalls, homemade cakes, teas and coffees and homemade tomato soup with fresh baked homemade bread too. Raising for funds to restore our lovely church tower.
Sat 26 November 2016, 10 am – 12 noon
Church Advent Bazaar, Jubilee Hall – anything saleable—or edible—will be most gratefully received; plus the usual stalls, raffle, etc. and pasties
Sunday 4 September 2016:
Church Fete, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount, 4pm ~ Cream Teas, Raffle, Cake Stall, Smite, Croquet, etc… followed by, if you wish to stay for it:
“Music in the Meadow”, Bodmin Town Band with Supporting Artistes ~ Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount, 6pm ~ soup & rolls, raffle
Friday 22 April 2016, 7 pm:
Organ Recital by Jonathan Delbridge*
St Bartholomew Church
Wed 16 March 2016, 7 pm:
‘Has Christianity had its Day?’ – Jubilee Hall, Mount
a debate organised by church and chapel, open to all (see poster)
Thurs 24 Dec 2015, 6.30 pm:
Carols by Candlelight, St Bartholomew Church, followed by mince pies and mulled wine at Chykest
Sat 28 Nov, 10 am – 12 noon:
Advent Bazaar, Jubilee Hall Mount, pasties, cakes, tea/coffee, bring & buy, etc. in aid of church funds
Sunday 25th October 2015, 6 pm:
Songs of Praise – favourite hymns, meet the new curate – followed by refreshments at Chykest
Saturday 5 September 2015:
- 2 pm: Annual Church Fete, at church car park field; followed in the evening by
- 7 pm: Revd Tony Hodge recalls life as a vicar in Grenada, £5 per head, to include refreshments.
Sat 4 July 2015, 7.30 pm:
Choir and Organ Concert ~ £5 per head, free refreshments, with the recently-formed Cornwall Catholic Choir, with choirmaster and organist Paul Mileham, who offered programme of choral and organ music by Elgar, Mozart, Stainer, Franck and other well-known composers.