newquay-celtic saints at trevose avenue].bodmin-s.lawrence community chaplaincy based at fiveways].mullion-s.peter the apostle on the cliffs at poldhu cove].perranporth-s.piran's oratory at perran sands].tremough-s.michael at cuc university campus at penryn.].west looe-s.michael at lammana].infotel=07780976113 or +447780976113.we also serve two worship centres in neighbouring devon:-plymouth-saints of devonshire at university campus];exeter-s.martin at cathedral close.]***special arrangements exist for the isles of scilly.***we are in full communion with the holy catholic church-western rite and serve their cornwall worship centre at ss.lawrence with leonard at bodmin,cornwall's most central church!infotel=01761433149 or +441761433149.we are under the episcopal care of bishop craig[email@example.com] and bishop samuel[firstname.lastname@example.org].
the tac provides this service to the national industry,specialising in business,social,economic and environmental ethics,in partnership with hm government,academia,passenger-users' organisations and the email@example.com
we are an alpha course provider,exercise chaplaincy at fistral-including the annual october bucs national championships,the largest in europe.in 2012 we have welcomed thousands of olympic and paralympic athletes to fistral to surf-unfortunately not yet an olympic sport,as sochi 2014 has revealed snowboarding to be!see the forums on the left for the latest news on boardmasters 2014,starting on wednesday 6 august at north fistral.
go to www.acahome.org the hyperlinks take you to global coverage.
we are involved in the following areas of work:-public observer at the cornish language partnership.cornish[a 'p'celtic language]has since 2002 been under part 2 of the council of europe's charter for regional or minority languages.visit:- http://www.magakernow.org.uk/ www.bibelkernewek.com/ http://www.beibl.net/ www.ofis-bzh.org/ public observer at the harbours' board for the mission to seafarers and at the standing advisory council for religious education-visit:- www.democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/ we participate in the fora of the european centre for environment and human health,part of the peninsula college of medicine and dentistry,universities of exeter and plymouth.visit:-www.ecehh.org we are members of five working parties/fora of the devon and cornwall rail partnership,based at the school of geography,earth and environmental sciences,faculty of science and technology, university of plymouth.visit:-www.ssb.plymouth.ac.uk/cst and http://www.greatscenicrailways.com/ we take part in the twice-yearly meetings of travelwatchsouthwest at the somerset college of art and technology,taunton,somerset.visit:-www.travelwatchsouthwest.org we represent the mission to seafarers on MERIFIC[marine energy in far peripheral and island communities---energies marines dans les territoires insulaires et peripheriques],linking cornwall,scilly,finistere with the parc naturel marin d'iroise.visit:-www.merific.eu visit:-www.celticseaspartnership.eu for our new involvement with the csp, which deals with the implementation of the eu marine strategy framework directive,following on from the pisces and merific programmes.
under the umbrella of the church divinity school we enable study in this fascinating expanding area by everyone-laity,seminarians,clergy,religious and academics at every possible level.new developments in this field occur frequently,enhancing our understanding of jesus' times and culture,often clarifying his teaching as reported in the new testament.the database is up to date,providing basic information in precis form on at least 118 books,3 specialist articles,including 'the lxx scrolls at qumran'.we have uploaded the database onto the three fora on biblical materials on the left.just sign in on the right and you have access to it,plus an opportunity to make your own contribution to the study of individual books.a working knowledge of hebrew and greek is helpful but not essential.the network thrives on shared mailings as those doing biblical study,at every level,become acutely aware of the need to understand jesus'background.finally,we keep up to date with new publishers in this field and with emerging research via hyperlinks.to access the indices of the 'journal for the study of the pseudepigrapha',visit:- http://www.continuumjournals.com/ then search.classic works include:- charles,sparkes,stone,hennecke,charlesworth,vermes,delamarter,ditommaso,bauckham,davila and panayotov.
we provide an immediate telephone response advisory service to film crews on location to ensure that faith matters are presented accurately-we can always lend any artefacts that are essential to a correct presentation.this work began in the early 1970s with poldark edition 1 and continues up to the present day in cornwall,scilly and beyond.visit:-www.creativeengland.co.uk
we are part of horticultural networking projects in cornwall,www.the horticulturalnetwork.org.uk encouraging the growing of biblical plants in the exotic climate of the far southwest in the uk. our expertise covers the following horticultural areas:-field flowers;fruit trees;field crops;garden plants;wild herbs;forest trees and shrubs;wet-area plants;wilderness plants;thorns and thistles;drugs/spices/incense/perfume.we are of course terribly lucky that the eden project is here in cornwall---www.edenproject.com/what-we-do/gardens-for-life NB.the arava institute for environmental studies has just started to grow frankincense for the first time in israel in 1,500 years at kibbutz ketura---plus myrrh and balm of gilead.
hawkeystreamlinewquaymotors is a christian consultancy,named after three famous cornish coach companies which no longer exist,but are remembered with affection.it specialises in the relationship between public transport-by rail,'bus,coach,ferry and air-and communities,including faith communities,special interest groups,and peripheral locations in the european community and elsewhere globally.at a time of financial stringency,it investigates the needs of travellers for work,leisure,health,education,necessity purposes,etc.this consultancy does not charge fees and already has influenced public transport initiatives in cornwall and devon.its latest piece of evidence-based work has highlighted the need for a sunday/bank holiday 'bus service between central cornwall[truro and st.austell]-bodmin moor[jamaica inn]-launceston-tavistock-dartmoor[princetown and dartmeet]-buckfast abbey and the south devon railway-totnes-torbay[goodrington/paignton/torquay/kent's cavern.].even with the current changes in financial reimbursement for 'bus operators in the uk,a commercial case has been established for such a year-round service.we have already submitted our evidence -based views on additional diversion possibilities for the rail route at dawlish,temporarily devastated by the sea.the debate on this vital matter continues apace in the firstname.lastname@example.org