Please note that all activities in our church building have now been suspended and office cover is likely to be a little patchy for the foreseeable future.
We will closely follow the guidance and resume as soon as it is safe to do so.
Welcome to Truro Baptist Church.
If you are new to TBC, or are thinking about coming along, whether to a Sunday service or to any of the events and activities that we hold, we want you to know that we will do our best to make sure you feel welcome.
We intend to live stream some worship, teaching and prayer via Facebook live from 10:10am every Sunday morning. This approach will allow you to interact at appropriate times, such as when we pray.
CLICK HERE to link into the service without signing up to Facebook.
CLICK HERE to visit the “Listen again” page where you can listen to and/or watch our Sunday services.
TBC YouTube Channel.
All our streamed service are also available on YouTube.
CLICK HERE to visit our YouTube Channel.
Daily prayer 8am and 8pm
A number of people have already committed to praying at 8am and 8pm each day.
We are using the Facebook members group and the TBC Keeping Connected WhatsApp group to communicate what we are praying for and what we feel God is saying in these days.
Please contact the Church office if you would like to join the WhatsApp or Facebook group.
National guidance on corona virus
If you are not already overloaded with information and just want some helpful links to some of the common questions, here are the best sites to go to:
Try and not get mislead by social media rumours, always check them out on reputable sites like these and if you are finding it difficult with all this information, give yourself time away from your phone or computer to relax, enjoy nature, read a book or drink a cup of tea.
Supporting those without access to computers or the internet.
We are aware that there are a small number within our congregation who won’t be receiving emails and who cannot join us to worship remotely on Sunday. Every one of them has been linked up with a pastoral care group and I want to thank all those of you who are already looking out for these vulnerable people.
We thought it would be good, alongside these pastoral care groups, to set up some letter writing to these people, so if you would like to write to someone else in the church who is feeling isolated, please let us know and we will link you up.
May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. (Romans 15:3-6)
Emerge Day of Prayer
8am Sat 27th – 9am Sun 28th July
Hour of Power’ at 8am, 8pm and then again at 8am.
We are starting to think about how we as a church might emerge from this time very differently due to all the implications of the Coronavirus crisis.
We want this day of prayer to be all about praying specifically into how things might look as we emerge from this present time.
We feel it right to remember, take hold of and pray into, some of the prophetic words that we have received in recent years . . . as well as seek God’s revelation as we
CLICK HERE to sign up for a specific time to pray.
(don’t worry if there are others already signed up in that slot)
A zoom room will be open for the whole time using the usual church meeting ID and password
Psalm 23 by our
Powerhouse Children & Team
During lock-down the powerhouse children & team members joined together to make this short video on Psalm 23.
Music by Klaus, Healing Waters. Pure Worship.
Draw back your curtains for the children
Draw back your curtains for the children on the 15th of each month.
The light behind a curtain is waiting to come in, as we draw back our curtains, or pull up a blind, let’s pray that Jesus is the light amongst our children during the coronavirus.
When you ‘draw back your curtains’ on the 15th each month, let’s stand united in prayer for the children.
God’s promises and blessings upon children in the name that is above ALL names.
Protection over the children, that their heavenly angels are surrounding them.
Giants of Genesis
Over the coming couple of months we are going to look at four key figures (giants) in the book of Genesis: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph.
As we read we will see the unfolding of God’s big story (metanarrative) for the world, through the telling of a number of smaller stories that describe the formation firstly of a family and then of a nation.
We don’t get an airbrushed version of their lives, or their families for that matter . . . we get the lot: deceit, pride,
greed, adultery . . . (the list could go on!)
We also get to see what God can do through each of these people, despite the messes, muddles and mistakes, as they hear and respond to the call of God on their lives and walk in that calling.
Helping our neighbours
A local lady Becky Wass has designed a simple card that you can print off and drop around to your neighbours if you feel you can help them.
CLICK HERE to download it
IMPORTANT: The information on Corona Virus is changing rapidly, please make sure to keep up to date and take every precaution suggested.
We believe that prayer should figure as “a first resource not a last resort”.
We come together to pray: Weekly / Monthly / Annually Prayer is woven into the life of the church in a range of ways:
Come along to Powerhouse every Sunday morning.
Truro Baptist Church Sunday morning 10:00am Groups for all children up to age 11 years Games, challenges, bible stories, reflections, encounter, music, snacks, drama, puppets, friendship, chatting to God and much, much, more.
Connect – where young adults to get together.
We chat, pray, and discuss God and life in a relaxed atmosphere. Truro Baptist Church House of prayer & other locations Monday Evenings 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Come along to Launchpad
A Fun Family event Games, Challenges, Arts, Crafts, Bible stories, Reflections, Music, Drama, FREE picnic tea, Puppets, Friendship, Prayer and much, much, more. Truro Baptist Church One Sunday a term 4:00pm to 5:30pm
A Bucketful of Songs
Barney Trevivian has been faithfully leading worship for well over thirty five years and has blessed us all with his guitar, vocals and enthusiasm.
On Saturday 22nd February Barney, joined by a host of musicians and singers, performed fourteen worship and gospel songs he’s written over the last forty-two years.
It was, as expected, a great evening of fun, music and worship.
Drop Off and Drop In!
If your child is now at school you are more than welcome to pop in after dropping your children off at school for a coffee and catch up at any of the sessions!
TODDLER & BABY GROUPS
All Toddler & Baby Groups are cancelled until further notice.
We look forward to opening them again as soon as we are allowed.
Our toddler & baby groups run during term time, the kettle will be on and the team look forward to welcoming you.
Morning Toddler and Baby Groups
Monday and Wednesday
9am to 11am
Come along for activities, craft, toys, outdoor play, baby room, soft play, music time, story time, toast, snacks, chat and friendship
Sing & Sign Toddler Group
1pm to 2.45pm
Come along for all normal toddler activities with a Sing and Sign time together
Baby Group with Toddler activities
9am to 11am
Come along for a less structured session to chat and make friendships
Babies welcome from birth at all the sessions
Parking at the Church is extremely limited and we advise you not to use the Church’s car park, there are spots on surrounding roads that allow you to park free for up to 2 hours and a couple of pay and display car parks a few minutes’ walk away.
The TBC Toddler & Baby team
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