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The Seriously Surprising Story

As we move towards Easter the Bible Society has launched a new film for 2018 – The Seriously Surprising Story. The video tells the story of how Jesus met with two disciples on the road to Emmaus and explained everything! Credit: The Bible Society

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Meet The Funders event in Bodmin was a great success

Representatives from more than 70 organisations gathered in Bodmin for the annual Meet The Funders event, writes parish support and schools’ advisor, Rebecca Evans. Organised jointly by Transformation Cornwall and the Diocese of Truro, the Meet the Funders programme is now entering its seventh year and continues to be as popular as ever for faith and […]

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New date for parish GDPR training

Unfortunately due to snow across Cornwall we have had to postpone the GDPR training on the 19th March. The new date for this training is 23rd April 2018. Click here to book onto GDPR training The sessions will be in the same locations and times as before: 9.30am – 11.30am  in Gulval Village Hall 12.45pm – 2.45pm  […]

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Support sought for modern slavery campaign

Churches and individuals are being asked to support The Clewer Initiative’s Safe Care Wash campaign which aims to combat modern slavery.  After Easter all clergy will receive information about the campaign, which officially launches in June, with a request for support. An app is currently being developed which will help people to detect instances of slavery when having […]

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Vocations Day in Truro Cathedral on March 17 is great opportunity to explore God’s calling

Exploring those things that God is calling us to do with our lives is the subject of a Vocations Day in Truro Cathedral on Saturday, March 17. The day has been organised by members of the Diocese of Truro and provides an opportunity for people to investigate ways in which they might like to answer their […]

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Archdeacons to embark on annual visitations

  Archdeacon Bill Stuart-White and Archdeacon Audrey Elkington will visit the deaneries of the Diocese of Truro for their annual visitations in May 2018  The dates for this year’s visitations are:  Wednesday 2nd May Powder, Carnmarth North & South St Johns, Truro (TR1 2NU) Tuesday 8th May Pydar & St Austell St Michael the Archangel, […]

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Cross of St Piran honouring those who do the extraordinary

After a week when Cornwall seemed to close because of the snow and extreme cold, the ice melted, the roads cleared and the Cross of St PIran nominees made their way from across Cornwall to St PIran’s Church, Perranzabuloe. As much as each one was honoured to be given the award by the Rt Revd […]

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Archdeacon Bill to head up church renewal project

The Archdeacon of Cornwall, the Ven Bill Stuart-White, is to move to Falmouth to head up the Diocese of Truro’s innovative plan to reinvigorate the Anglican Church in the town and surrounding area. Archdeacon Bill has been a key figure behind the Transforming Mission (TM) project since its inception. He led the team that put […]

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Cafe Abundance – an abundance of love with a load of junk food

How many of us shake our heads in horror when we hear how much food is thrown away? (30% in the UK). How many more of us worry about food poverty and the growing need and use of Foodbanks? (Camborne and Redruth are currently averaging 10,000 meals a month). And how many of us put […]

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Bishop Chris asks clergy to support Vocations Day by talking with parishioners about calling

The Bishop of St Germans has asked all clergy within the Diocese of Truro to support the forthcoming Vocations Day in Truro Cathedral. Bishop Chris has asked all clergy to support the day in three ways: By telling parishioners about the day and encouraging people  to consider whether God is calling them to do something […]

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