Bell Ringers sought to mark the centenary of the Armistice

Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers is backing a government project inviting all bell ringers to join the nation in marking the end of the First World War by ringing together on Remembrance Sunday. The Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers is keen to encourage all churches within the diocese to join in. Ringers are asked to […]

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Jubilation as Breage Church is awarded Heritage Lottery Funding

There is jubilation at Breage Parish Church. They have just been awarded £166,500 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore their famous tower and to create a Heritage Centre to celebrate the local Celtic Saints of West Cornwall. The church has a rich history, with its tower providing a navigational focal point for ancient sailors […]

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All safely gathered in? Maybe not – the challenges facing our farmers

The weather has made this year an extremely challenging one for many farmers. How can we help those in our communities at at time when the harvest is coming in but the emotional, economical and practical pressures of achieving that have been a very high price to pay? For sheep farmers the problems began in […]

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A glimpse of something beyond this earthly life at the Crantock Chamber of Music Series

What began as a Come and Sing event for primary aged children in June, has become, at the end of this month, a whole week of music that will fill the St Carantoc Church during the Crantock Chamber of Music Series 2018. Come and Sing was a fantastic community event that introduced children to the […]

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Book now for Local Worship Leader training

There will be two Sunday Plus courses, training for Local Worship Leaders, starting in September. Sunday Plus is a course designed to train Local Worship Leaders to lead worship, not just on Sundays, but at any time. Content includes models of worship, planning services, prayer, reading out loud, ways in which worship spaces can be […]

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The Eight Saints Cluster church family is growing

It was a joyous time of celebration within the Eight Saints Cluster as they all gathered together to welcome their new clergy, Revd Karen Hunter Jones as Associate Priest and Revd Richard Wallis as Curate, and to thank their Priest-in-Charge, Revd Father Simon Bone. Father Simon was taken aback to be thanked publicly, insisting that […]

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Huddle, a happy place in the heart of Falmouth

If you want to experience the heart of Transforming Mission, the energising plan for Christian community in Falmouth, then walk into Huddle, the café that opened last November in the middle of Falmouth. Nestling beneath the large church (KCM) on the corner of Arwenack and Church Street, it has the look of most other well-run, […]

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From coffee mornings to men-sheds, recognition for the Oasis Centre

How many of us have thought something should be done about disparate communities, loneliness and the lack of opportunities for connecting people, hoping that ‘something’ would be done by someone else. One of those ‘someone else’s’ is Pat Walton. And the 42 volunteers who work together to do their best to ensure that everyone feels […]

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Remembering God when you’ve lost confidence in going to church

It’s undeniable that across Cornwall we have a problem with missing generations in our Anglican churches. Not just the elusive ‘youth’ but whole other generations below and above the age of retirement. So, it’s very tempting to think that the older generation are okay – they have the type of church they want and are […]

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Truro’s motion on the environment set to return to General Synod

A motion to promote environmental programmes that was submitted to General Synod jointly by the Diocese of Truro and the Diocese of London has been adjourned until February. The joint motion was deferred in order to allow for research to be done to help synod members reach a decision. The Truro element of the motion […]

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