Sunday Worship and Sunday School every week 10.30am
Community Soup & Sweet 12noon to 1.30pm first Thursday each month
FAITH IN THE COMMUNITY
The Chapel at Wall was opened in 1829. It is at the centre of four villages – Carnhell Green, Gwinear, Reawla and Well in the parish of Gwinear. For many local people this is where they were baptised, went to Sunday School, got married and continue to hold their ancestors’ funeral services. However, the Chapel is more than 4 weddings and a funeral.
Every week worship takes place at Wall and the Sunday School still exists. The hall is used by the Praze Young Farmers and Gwinear WI, as well as the monthly Soup & Sweet community event and occasional coffee morning. Every May the chapel is used for the annual Wall Music Festival which attracts singers and musicians of all ages to compete and entertain. The chapel, along with the Post Office in Carnhell Green is a collection point for the Camborne Foodbank.
The Methodists who worship at Wall have strong links with Gwinear Parish Church. Every Thursday morning at 9am they meet either in the chapel or church for morning prayer. They have regular united services and from time to time meet together for discussion and exploration of the Christian faith. Folk from the Non-denominational church in Carnhell Green join with the Methodist and Anglican at Wall for the annual Bible Society meeting. This Society has existed in Wall since about 1870.
An Open the Book team goes regularly into Gwinear school to share Bible stories with the whole school, and a class of 7 and 8 year-olds spend a week-day morning at the chapel for an Easter, Harvest and Christmas Christian experience. A Holiday Club is held in the hall during school holidays.
Our Location TR27 5HA
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