Jeremy Jacobson on behalf of Kehillat Kernow (Jewish Community of Cornwall) invites you and your colleagues and their families to: Holocaust Memorial Service and Talk on Sunday 24 January, 5:00 p.m. via Zoom This event will consist of the following parts: 1. Two short animations prepared by students and teachers at the University of Falmouth. […]
We would normally have run care workshops in the hospital for members of staff. These workshops focus on caring for people of different faiths. Unfortunately, this couldn’t happen this year. This year, The Inter-Faith Network for the UK had a very good idea. They suggested an ‘Inter-Faith Week Buddies scheme’. It involved two people of […]
Cornwall Faith Forum is sending love and courage to all of you. We will be able to meet in Penmount again. There will be Thursday Noon Prayers on Thursday 3rd of December at 12:00 in our Peace Field by the Dome of Human Kindness. Please contact Rita on email@example.com if you would like to come. […]
Interfaith Week Buddies Inter Faith Week this year is from November 8th to 15th. Cornwall Faith Forum is inviting you to take part in an Inter Faith Buddies scheme https://www.interfaithweek.org/resources/inter-faith-week-buddies to celebrate this important time. The scheme involves two people of different faiths holding a conversation to share their thoughts on topics such as: […]
Our Annual General Meeting is going to be held on Wednesday, 4th November at 7.00 pm. Unfortunately we will not be able to meet in person but shall spend time together via Zoom. We will have look at our three areas of work throughout the year: Learning, Sharing and Building for Peace, followed by the […]
Cornwall Faith Forum sends warmth and love to everyone in Cornwall. We need it now the Autumn has really started !!Next time we will be meeting at Penmount will be on Thursday 29th October at 12:00 noon. Please contact Rita firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to come. The prayer for today is from Gormola Kernewek – Celtic Praise – Prayers of Praise from Cornwall by Revd. Pat Robson. You are my hiding place, O Lord. You know me by name. My thoughts and deeds are seen by you, and their memory brings pain. I come to you with a tear-worn soul, I come to you in grief. I need the love from your loving heart, that I may be at Peace. Reach out, my Lord, and touch my soulReach out and draw me from the darkand let your love-light in. Your love that fills my soul with joy, that makes the wild wind sing, in cleanness, brightness claim my soul, my loving heavenly King.