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Bishop Chris – A modern day pilgrim

Pilgrims of the past probably didn’t experience geocaching or have to consider getting to grips with Twitter and mobile signals, but Bishop Chris took both of these in his stride on his pilgrimage along the Cornish Celtic Way. Picking up his backpack at the end of March, Bishop Chris has been walking the length of […]

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Music, art and challenges at Penlee Easter celebrations

Penlee Cluster in West Cornwall had non-stop events in their parishes over the Easter period. These included: Easter Art Exhibition ‘Feargal Shiels: Crux’. Find out more.  Songs by intern Josh Baldwin. Listen to his music here or read his blog here. Activities at the Playzone, St Johns Church including an egg hunt and an escape […]

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Fun for all ages at Otterham Easter picnic

Revd Heather Aston and Associate Priest Revd Paul Spreadbridge have only been in their posts since the beginning of April but this did not affect the Easter celebrations at Saint Denis Church, Otterham. Saint Denis Church, which is joined in the parish by Lesnewth, St Michael & All Angels and St Juliot, St Julitta, held an Easter […]

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Easter Sunday Sunrise Service at Perranporth

Around 40 people gathered at the sundial at Droskyn Point, Perranporth on the morning of Easter Sunday for a Sunrise Service held by Revd. Anne Brown. The congregation gathered at 6.15am as the sun rose behind the sand dunes to the east of the sundial. For more information on the Atlantic Coast Cluster visit www.atlanticcoastcluster.org.uk/

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Heritage Lottery Fund’s Grants for Places of Worship programme to close

From September 2017, the Heritage Lottery Fund’s (HLF) Grants for Places of Worship programme will close to new applications.  This does not affect the government’s grant scheme for reimbursing expenditure on VAT (called the Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme). In its place, funding for repairs of places of worship will be available through HLF’s […]

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Bishop Tim Sermon at the Chrism Eucharist

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In2 the Bible – the greatest gift you can give this Easter

With Easter upon us the greatest gift we can give each other is hope in the believe in Jesus’ promise to be be with us, “…always, to the very end of the age.” In2 the Bible is a great way to begin that conversation, to share that hope with others. Revd Steve Robinson, the Rector […]

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Truro Cathedral to take part in Thy Kingdom Come global prayer movement

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. He is calling on Christians to pray that people might know Jesus Christ during a focused time between Ascension and Pentecost from 25th May – 4th June 2017. Truro Cathedral will be holdng a […]

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Church missionary swaps Cornwall for Kenya to help orphaned children

For Georgie Hallett, who is just weeks away from swapping Kea for Kenya, where she grew up, it was never an ‘if’ but a ‘when’ it was that she was going to live and work as a missionary in Africa. As she prepares to take on the role of Manager of the Marejesho Family Project […]

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Pilgrimages are in the zeitgeist – it’s official

The Right Revd Chris Goldsmith, Bishop of St Germans is, at the moment of writing, not just completing the Cornish Celtic Way designed by Revd Nigel Marns, but is helping to embed a rich spiritual seam that is running the length of Cornwall. From St Germans – the seat of the first Cornish Bishop – to […]

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