World Day of Prayer : 5 Mar

March 5, 2021

Online Services:

Falmouth and Penryn Churches Together

10.30am (stream opens at 10.15am) on YouTube: Download Poster


2pm on YouTube: visit for link

St Austell, Bugle, Summercourt, Tywardreath & Mevagissey

2pm on Zoom: contact for details



Bude and Week St Mary

on Zoom: contact for details

In-person Services

please check with organisers that these are stil happening before attending

CAMBORNE Parish Church, Church Street, Camborne, TR14 7DF 2.30pm CONTACT Mrs H Collins

HELSTON: St Michael’s Church Church Street, Helston, TR13 8PF 2.30pm CONTACT Rev Dorothy Noakes

BODMIN: Bodmin Methodist Church, Fore Street, Bodmin, PL31 2HR 4pm CONTACT Mrs M Nicholl

Celebrate WDP 2021 with Women in Vanuatu!

“In the spirit of the 2021 WDP theme “Building on a Strong Foundation,” WDPIC are glad to share an additional resource for the annual observance. WDPIC recorded a video of the worship service led by WDP Vanuatu and the WDPIC Executive Committee with greetings from several committees”.

Let us celebrate the World Day of Prayer in 2021 prepared by the women of the Vanuatu islands – Pray with the Vanuatu women and WDPIC Executive Committee by watching the worship service video which premieres on 19th February 2021.

Read more about the World Day of Prayer:

This year’s World Day of Prayer service takes place on Friday, 5th March 2021.  Women of the Republic of Vanuatu (located in the South Pacific Ocean) have prepared this year’s service. Women, men and children of all ages are called to ‘Build on a strong foundation’, like the wise man who built his house on a rock, as encouraged by Jesus, and live in unity, love and peace in the context of ethnic and cultural diversity like Vanuatu and so many other places around the world.

World Day of Prayer is an international, inter-church organisation which enables us to hear the thoughst of women from all parts of the world: their hopes, concerns and prayers.  It is celebrated in over 170 countries.  It begins in Samoa, and prayer in native languages travels throughout the world – through Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas before finishing in American Samoa some 39 hours later.

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