On Saturday 6th October, the Cornwall Faith Forum will be celebrating Creationtide at the Dor Kemmyn Field. Every year Creationtide runs from the Orthodox New Year on 1st September until St Francis Day at the beginning of October. Creationtide is originally an Eastern Orthodox initiative, but has now spread widely among Anglican, Roman Catholic and Protestant congregations, bringing Christians together to pray and work for the protection of the environment that sustains everyone. We will meet up at 2.00 pm – 3.30 pm. Hot drinks and cakes will be provided and if wet we will have a gazebo. For further information contact Rita Stephen email@example.com or tel 07775 937485.
These events are being organized to help raise awareness for the UN International Day of Peace on Friday 21st September, and also to support “One Day One Choir”, an inspiring global initiative that has grown rapidly since its inception in 2014.
- Larger version of the above poster, view here: WPD-21-23-Sept-2018
- Background information regarding the One Day One Choir can be viewed here: ODOC 2018 pdf
- Friday, 21st September Tenebrae at Truro Cathedral at 7.30 pm. More information can be viewed here: WWRT_TruroA5Flyer no bleed and Tenebrae Press Release – Exeter and Truro Cathedrals – 20-21 September 2018
- More information regarding the “Against the Grain” event with Garth Hewitt on Saturday 22nd September at Truro Methodist Church can be viewed here: Garth Hewitt and Against the Grain Tour biography
- For more information on all the above contact Paul Haines: firstname.lastname@example.org
- All choirs and singing groups are being asked to take part and sing for peace on World Peace Day or as close to it as possible. It’s a very simple idea and also very easy to do for anyone, anywhere! It could be a school assembly, a choir rehearsal, a church service, or even a gathering in a pub – just get together and sing for peace! It could be one song, two songs, or whatever you decide! Don’t forget to sign up on the website to indicate your participation and to be included on the world map showing the huge number of singing groups around the world taking part. www.onedayonechoir.org
“One Day One Choir”, along with other initiatives such as “Peace One Day”, encourage people to come together in their communities and to take active steps towards a more peaceful world. “One Day One Choir” recognizes the powerful effect that singing can play in this. Almost every country in the world has taken part, with choirs from a wide range of communities. Here in the UK for instance, schools are very much involved, as were 38 Cathedrals last year.
This is the third year that events have been organized in Truro, with many choirs having been involved so far. This year invitations to choirs in all schools, colleges, churches and communities across Cornwall have been sent out. In Truro there are three days of events being organized on Lemon Quay, Truro Cathedral, Truro Methodist Church, and for the first time at County Hall.
Funds are being raised for “Children of Peace” and “The Amos Trust”. Both are UK based charities working to help and support children around the world. These charities recognize the importance of working with children to bring about a more peaceful world. www.childrenofpeace.org.uk www.amostrust.org
In addition to many choirs taking part, a number of groups and organizations will be represented, with a variety of people speaking about peace. The Truro Methodist Church will be the venue on the 21st for groups that use singing therapeutically for health conditions, and on the 22nd, the Founder of the Amos Trust, Garth Hewitt, will be performing. The world famous choral ensemble Tenebrae, as supporters of One Day One Choir, will be very kindly dedicating their performance at Truro Cathedral to this initiative.
These events are supported by Truro City Council, Cornwall County Council, Truro Cathedral, Truro Methodist Church and many other individuals and groups. Please see poster for further details of venues, dates and times.
For further information and how to get involved and take part, please contact:
Harvest Celebration – Sunday, 5th August at 2.30 pm at the Dor Kemmyn Peace Field, Penmount, Truro TR4 9AA (beside the Crematorium)
Join the Cornwall Faith Forum for a celebration of Harvest with the Pagan Community. It will be a time of celebrating the abundance at this Harvest time of the year. Please bring along some cakes and goodies to share. There will be some throwing games as part of the celebration. All are welcome and suitable for children.
More information to follow. All enquiries email: email@example.com
Come and experience, or take part, and join in with the ‘Joy of Singing’ at the Cornwall Faith Forum’s Performance Area at the Dor Kemmyn Peace Field just outside Truro, beside the Penmount Crematorium (TR$ 9AA). We will meet on Saturday, 14th July from 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm.
There will be a number of singing groups and a singing workshop. All are invited to take part, or come and listen and meet the other members of the Cornwall Faith Forum at the beautiful Dor Kemmyn Field.
Please bring a picnic mat or chairs and some vegetarian food to share. Hot/cold drinks will be provided and there will be a gazebo in case of bad weather.
If you, or a choir, would like to take part please contact Paul Haines firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 07855 495881.
View flyer of the event here: Joy of Singing Event 14.07.18 -DKO field
The Cornwall Faith Forum were delighted to take part on the St Michael’s Way Walk on Monday.
If you missed it, have a look at the short film of the walk that was made:
Join us at our Penmount Peace Field where we will share food, stories, and more. The lunch runs from 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm at the Field at Penmount, Truro TR4 9AA (at the entrance of the Crematorium).
We are a small community organisation who stand for tolerance, peace, and justice and would love to meet people from the local and wider community.
We will have lots of fun games for kids and for grown ups! Crafts, games of rounders, huge community painting, and lots more.
Please bring a picnic mat or chairs..whatever makes you comfortable and of course some food to share.
We will provide hot and cold drinks. If it’s raining on the day, we will have a gazebo to keep us dry, hopefully!
Please let us know if you’re coming… We look forward to meeting you!
For more information contact email@example.com
Following on from last year’s sponsored walk of the St Michael’s Way, the CFF will be joining the friends of St Michael’s Way with their walk on Monday, 7th May. We are looking forward to undertaking this walk again, and this time with a finish at St Michael’s Mount. Please see below for more information on the poster.
Poster also available here: 07.05.18 St Michael’s Way Walk
Join artists Fourthland and Rosalind Fowler, in conjunction with the Cornwall Faith Forum, for a series of special workshops this March. The artists invite you to bring an object from home with you as a way of sharing a story. Al workshops are free and welcome to families and children with no experience necessary.
Saturday 17th March 10.30 am – 1.00 pm, Kestle Barton – The Cloth of a Thousand
Creating a world of stories, through objects and improvised making. Refreshments provided.
Saturday 24th March 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm, Dor Kemmyn Peace Field, Penmount –
Half way Stories
A special celebration including a foraging walk using objects, herbs and sounds. Hot drinks and cankes provided (under cover if wet). No book required.
Saturday 31st March 10.30 am – 2.00 pm, Kestle Barton – To Weave
A weaving, sound and storytelling workshop working with cloth, paper and willow withies. Lunch included.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Rita Stephen email@example.com. Also see flyer here:
Truro St Piran’s Day annual parade will leave St George’s Road on Monday, 5th March at 1pm and process through Frances Street, River Street. St Nicholas Street, Boscawen Street. From there the parade will go onto King Street and to High Cross in front of the Cathedral to hear the spring address from the Grand Bard.
Proper Cornish Pasties are kindly supplying pasties.
All are very welcome.
Following this, as in previous years, there will be a music session held in the White Hart pub (An Karow Gwynn), New Bridge Street, Come along to drink, chat, dance, sing, play a musical instrument.
A warm welcome to all to join the Cornwall Faith Forum for our first event of the year at the Dor Kemmyn field on Saturday, 17th February from 2.00 pm – 3.30 pm. The time together will include:
- Tree planting by the United Nations Association, Cornwall on their 25th Anniversary year with an Acer Kawakamii which has been donated by the Trelissick Gardens, National Trust.
- Two further planting of trees, a native Oak and Silver Birch, donated by the Muslim Faith Community
- Dedicating of existing trees planted in the past five years by the Buddhist and Baha’i faith communities
- Hot drinks and cakes (under large gazebo cover if wet!).
Hopefully there will be some singing as part of this event and a chance to hear about new plans and future events for the year at the DKO field.
For further information contact:
Rita Stephen firstname.lastname@example.org 07775 937485
Paul Haines email@example.com 07855 495881
To view the flyer click here: Tree planting at Penmount – 17.02.18 FINAL
Cornwall Faith Forum
Church House, Woodlands Court,
Truro Business Park, Threemilestone,
Truro, TR4 9NH