It was a glorious morning when more than 20 worshippers, including children, met to celebrate the beginning of the lifting of lockdown, and what better day then Easter Sunday. The Eucharist service at St Mawgan in Meneage Parish Church was celebrated by Revd Terry Axe. In his sermon he took us back to the feelings of those who were there on that amazing day when the women who found his empty tomb were bewildered and frightened by the empty tomb. Both they and, particularly, the disciples looked for proof. But the reality that Jesus was alive is still true today and if our faith is strong enough, we do not need proof because we believe without it. The lessons were read by Valerie Axe and Revd Terry Axe
The next scheduled service at Mawgan, when Reverend Terry Axe will be celebrating the Eucharist again, is at 9.30am on Sunday April 18th. Reverend Mike North continues to write his Sunday Something and Bonus which are shown in full on Facebook on the St Mawgan in Meneage Church page. Mawgan Church is open for private prayer on Wednesdays and Sundays 10am to 4pm.