Churches Together in Walking : 18 Dec-29 Jan, from Truro

Churches together in walking invite people to join their walk to discover parts of Cornwall through walking whilst enjoying fellowship along the walk.

To join a walk, meet at the car park behind the Skate park in St Georges Road, Truro 9.30am.  Transport (car share) will be arranged.  Those taking part in the walk do so at their own risk and should take responsibility for their own personal safety and that of their property.

E = relatively easy going, M = moderate with some ups and downs, H = strenuous with hard climbs


  • 18th – Creegbrawse (E/M) – Information tel: 01872 561381


  • 1st – Lizard (M) –  Information tel: 01872 561219
  • 8th – Swanpool (M) – Information tel: 01872 271715
  • 15th – Carmenelis (M) – Information tel: 01872 273222
  • 22nd – Mawgan Porth (M) – Information tel: 01872 561381
  • 29th – Godolphin (M) – Information tel: 01872 561381

Falmouth Christmas Services : 8 Dec-1 Jan, Falmouth


Nankersey Choir Christmas Carol Concert : 20 Dec, Flushing

Join us at the annual Nankersey Choir Christmas Carol Concert. No admission charge but there will be a collection to support the work of St. Petroc’s Society with street homelessness.


CAP Job Club : 6 Feb-26 Mar, Falmouth

Emmanuel Baptist Church (EBC) is delighted to announce that it will be opening a Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Job Club in the New Year to give practical help to those who are looking for employment. The free 8-week course will run on Thursdays 10:00 – 13:00 (including lunch) at EBC starting on 6th February and running until 26th March.

If you know anyone who is seeking work or would like to join the team of volunteers to help run the CAP Job Club, please contact Glyn Lumley on for more information. Also, Glyn would be happy to give a brief presentation to any church looking for further detail.

Election 2019: Day of Prayer, 11 Dec, Falmouth

The Memorial Chapel (ground floor) in Falmouth Methodist Church will be open for prayer between 10am and 4pm on Wed 11 Dec, to provide an opportunity on the eve of the election for prayer and reflection on our choices.

Each of the Parliamentary Candidates for the Truro & Falmouth Constituency has been asked to provide a 150-word statement in response to two questions, on Climate Change/Species Extinction, and on Values in Public Life. Their responses will be on display, together with the Open Letter from Bishop Philip and Revd Steve Wild, and John Wesley’s Manifesto.

All welcome.


Red Wednesday Prayer Service for Persecuted Christians

Organised by FPCT Justice & Peace Group

St Mary’s Church Falmouth 27th November 2019

Thank you to all those who attended the special ‘Red Wednesday’ service at St Mary’s to pray for persecuted Christians.

The response was good. 20 people participated. The service included an account of the Christian witness of a Syrian man who was detained at work and imprisoned, unable to get word to his family.

Prayers of Intercession were shared among the congregation.

A special thankyou to Rev. Ian Froom who introduced and read a Gospel passage and also concluded the service with a blessing for everyone present.

The congregation was invited to take home a homemade red paper decoration to hang up at Christmas as a symbolic reminder of our many suffering brothers and sisters.

£50 was donated which has been sent to help Syrian Refugees.

It is hoped that this ‘Red Wednesday’ Service will be an annual event in our FPCT calendar.

All Will be Well : 28 Feb, Truro

All will be well: finding restoration in Christ
Art & spirituality day for Lent, led by Caroline Marwood.
Friday 28th February, 10am – 4pm.

This creative day will examine the theme of suffering and restoration through a variety of readings and reflections. We will then use the medium of relief printmaking to respond to this theme. Tuition will be
given and all materials will be supplied. You will create an original piece art to take home with you.

The day will be facilitated by Caroline Marwood who is a fine art printmaker and mixed media artist. She exhibits her work permanently at the Shoreline Gallery in St Ives and at a wide variety of open exhibitions as well as opening her studio annually as part of Cornwall Open Studios. She is a member of the St Ives
Arts Club and the Artist in residence at St Ives parish Church.

The day is suitable for both beginners and experienced printmakers.
Suggested donation £20 inc. craft materials and a light lunch.
To book: / 01872 272249

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Cornwall 192 Hours of Continuous Worship : 3-11 Jan, 8 locations

Worshipping Friends is a registered charity based in Cornwall and a collective of worshippers and musicians from around the South West. “Simply loving God, going as He leads and playing a part in the restoration of night and day worship in the nations.”
We believe practising the Greatest Commandment, loving God with our all, is our highest honour and the most significant act here on earth. He moves powerfully through the praise and worship of His people. We love to gather, linking with local churches, for extended times of worship. Giving Him all the glory and space to do what only He can do in hearts, households, communities and localities.
From Friday 3rd January to Saturday 11 th January we are excited to gather for 8 days of continuous worship. Worshippers and musicians from across the county gathering together to simply fix our eyes on Jesus, lift up His Name and say ‘Yes and Amen’ to all He has for Cornwall and our nation.

Fri 3rd 7pm – Sat 4th 7pm
Hope, Penzance & Newlyn, TR18 4QB

Sat 4th 7pm – Sun 5th 7pm
Huddle, Falmouth, TR11 3DX

Sun 5th 7pm – Mon 6th 7pm
The Engine House, Redruth, TR15 1SS

Mon 6th 7pm – Tues 7th 7pm
All Saints, Highertown, Truro, TR1 3LD

Tues 7th 7pm – Weds 8th 7pm
Firehouse, Newquay, TR7 1BL

Weds 8th 7pm – Thurs 9th 7pm
Wadebridge Christian Centre, PL27 7DS

Thurs 9th 7pm – Fri 10th 7pm
No.4 Honey St, Bodmin, PL31 2DN

Fri 10th 7pm – Sat 11th 7pm
Gateway Church, Launceston, PL15 9EG

All are welcome to pop in for as little or as much time as suits, whether it’s to sit and be or join us in singing His praise. We understand there are many different styles and expressions of worship throughout the church and these gatherings could be described as informal, contemporary and prophetic worship. Worshippers and musicians release hymns, psalms, new songs, loving and honouring God and loving and honouring each other as we stand together in corporate worship.For more details check out our facebook page:
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New Years Eve Worship Evening : 31 Dec, Camborne

Join us for a time of worship as we approach a new decade: worhip, testimonies, new songs with One Heart

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