Emmanuel Baptist Church

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For the church

Sunday services

Check out the Visiting us section for more information on our Sunday services.

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Food for Thought

Food for Thought is open to anyone to enjoy fellowship, every Thursday 2.30–4pm. Transport can be provided at a small cost. We have a variety of good speakers at the meetings.

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‘Stepping Out’ men’s walking group

Through a programme of ‘ambles’ and ‘rambles’ of varying lengths we hope to encourage fellowship between the men of the Church and establish contacts with those on the periphery. Living in such a lovely part of the country it’s good to walk, talk and share a pint and a meal with a ‘bunch of guys’. Contact Bryan Green (01326 312115) for more information.

Times and destinations will all be confirmed nearer each date. Look out for details appearing on the homepage.

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Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together

Emmanuel Baptist Church is a member of Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together. Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together is made up of 16 churches, representing various denominations
in Falmouth, Penryn and the surrounding area. We do together what needn’t be done apart.

In addition to meeting regularly for a United Worship Service, we organise a variety of special events throughout the year; including lectures, social occasions, outreach and charity fundraising events.

For more information on Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together, see www.falmouthchurchestogether.org.uk

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Men’s Breakfast

Over the last few years, Emmanuel has run the occasional Men’s Breakfast at one of the local hotels, inviting a speaker to talk on a theme which will appeal to men. Due to their success, Men's Breakfasts are now organised regulary via Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together.

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Torch Fellowship Group

For anyone with a visual impairment; run by Christians from various local Churches. Informal style meeting on the first Saturday of each month at 2.30pm in the Lounge at Emmanuel; food and transport are provided. Provides a good opportunity for friendship, mutual support, sharing faith and accessing Christian magazines and books available from Torch Trust for the Blind.

For further information please contact Peter Richards.

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“A body is made up of many parts, and each of them has its own use… There are many of us, but we are each part of the body of Christ, as well as part of one another.”
Romans 12:4–5