Christmas Services

Christmas Eve

St Enodoc – Service of 9 Lessons & Carols 3pm
St Peter’s – Christingle 3pm
St KewChristingle 4pm
St Minver –  Crib Service 4.30pm

Midnight Services

St Peter’s – Holy Communion 10pm
St Endellion
Sung Eucharist 11.30pm
St Kew – Holy Communion 11.30pm

Christmas Day

St Michael – Holy Communion 9.15am
St Enodoc – Holy Communion  9.15am
St Endellion – Family Eucharist 11am
St Minver – Family Carol Service 11am

St Stephen (26th December)
Eucharist, St Endellion 10am

John, the Apostle (27th December)
Eucharist, St Endellion10am

Holy Innocents (28th December)
Eucharist, St Minver 10am

Advent Services

Across the cluster we have the following services to celebrate Advent – all are most welcome.

3rd December, 9.30am
Messy Church at the Perceval Institute, St Minver

4th December, 4pm
Christingle at St Minver

11th December, 6pm
Carol Service at St Minver with the School Choir

14th December, 7pm
Cornish Carol Evening, St Peter’s Port Isaac

18th December, 6pm
Carol Service at St Kew with Port Isaac Chorale

22nd December, 7.30pm
Mother’s Union Carol Service, St Endellion

Taizé – the history and music

Taizé – the history and music, led by Prebendary David Foster
Saturday 19 November, 10am – 3pm
Taizé means so much more than a chant sometimes used in a Sunday service. On this day we unpack some of the history and background to Taizé and, with the help of the Endelienta Scholars and local musicians, explore the breadth and joy found in Taizé worship and music.

Followed by a Taizé service at 1.15pm (instead of the normal 6pm service on Sunday 20th November)

Remembrance Sunday

There will be Remembrance services at the following churches on Sunday 13th November:
St Kew, 10.30am: Service of Remembrance
St Peter’s, 10.30am: Service of Remembrance
St Endellion, 10.55am: Sung Eucharist with Act of Remembrance
St Minver, 10.50am: Service of Remembrance

Rackhouse Pifler playing at St James

eventbriteUrbanKelt Proudly presents Americana, bluegrass, roots band RACKHOUSE PILFER all the way from Co Sligo Ireland!!!

This is an incredible opportunity to catch one of Europe’s best up and coming bands in the beautiful local setting of St James Church in St Kew…

Not only that, but they will be supported by two of Cornwall’s best bands creating serious waves of their own:

Echo Town –
The Grenaways –

17.10.16 St James Church – Kew, Cornwall 7pm


The rise of RACKHOUSE PILFER has been unstoppable. Formed by a fireside session in McGarrigles bar in Sligo, the 6 piece band have developed their own energetic live sound & have received rave reviews for their original songs. Currently they are working towards album #3 & touring Ireland, UK & Europe.

together“Beer Flinging Banjo Rock” – ShortList, (the UK’s leading Mens Magazine)

“Stellar Roots Outfit, Superb original songs and a brilliant shit-kicking live band.” – Hotpress Magazine

“The 6-piece Pilfers aren’t short of energy, they can play up a storm” – Irish Times

“9/10, Love and Havoc is an excellent, almost flawless album with a set of fantastic songs, great singing and outstanding musicianship” – Maverick (UK #1 Indep. Country Music Mag).


In 2015 Rackhouse Pilfer were invited by Super Producer Ethan Johns (Kings of Leon, Ryan Adams) to be the session band on 2 tracks for Tom Jones album ‘Long Lost Suitcase’ (released 9/10/’15), including the 1st single ‘Honey, Honey’, a Duet with Imelda May.

“BEST FOLK/TRAD 2015” awarded by Hotpress Music Magazine.
“Live Band of the Year 2014” awarded by Hotpress & Jagermeister Freezer Sessions.
Live performance on “The Ray Darcy Show” one of Irelands top chat shows, Jan 2016.

RHP have headlined some of Ireland’s, UK’s & Europe’s biggest music festivals incl; La Roche Bluegrass Festival France, Omagh Bluegrass Festival, Body & Soul, Sea Sessions, Doolin Folk Festival, Great British Folk Festival, Country 2 Country O2 London, Piknik Country & Folk Festival Poland, Rendezvous Country Festival France, Versasca Country Festival Switzerland & many more.

RHP have released 2 albums ‘Back to the Country’ & ‘Love and Havoc’, the later of which was recorded in Nashville & produced by Brad Jones (Steve Earl, Josh Rouse, Bobby Bare Jr).

Special Guests opening up the show for Imelda May at Sligo Live Festival.

Invited to perform for the Irish President at his yearly Garden Party Event celebrating Ireland & Irish success’s.

2016 RHP were selected as ‘Breaking Artists’ and invited to perform at Country 2 Country Festival in the O2 London.

Our New Children and Families Worker!

I am Marcus JonesIntroducing our new Children and Families Worker, Marcus Jones, who we are delighted to welcome to the Cluster as a full time member of the team:

I am Marcus Jones, 45 and have two teenage children who live with their mother in Falmouth.

My accent isn’t easy to place, I was born in Scotland, I’ve lived in Wales and grew up in Northern Ireland. My English years started at the age of 17 in Taunton, my early adult years in the Black Country and I’ve been in Cornwall for nine years now.

I have been involved in children’s work within the church from the very beginning of being a practicing Christian back in my Taunton days helping with Junior Church and the youth evening service. I’ve been a Boys’ Brigade captain, helped with weekends away events, was a children’s worker to a joint Anglican/Methodist venture in the West Midlands and for Churches Together in the Falmouth and Penryn. More recently I have been working for the short breaks services for children with autism.

Ten of my favourite things in no particular order; Bach, bagpipes, Van Gogh, Simpsons, sailing, Pixar films, dogs, curry, and Harry Potter. If I could have one Harry Potter spell it would be “Accio” the summoning charm- not because I’m too lazy to stretch over to the tv remote but because I seem to spend a lot of time looking for something, usually keys. Utopia for me would be a keyless society.

My favourite Joke is:       Knock knock – who’s there?
Little old lady- Little old lady who?
I didn’t know you could yodel.

I do actually listen to yodelling music though I can’t do it myself and as you get to know me you’ll discover my jokes won’t improve!

Working with children and families is a great privilege and a most wonderful thing to be involved in. In it we are answering Jesus’ invitation to feed his sheep and his lambs and yet it is in the people we are serving where we meet God reflected back on us and often in quite unexpected ways. I am very much looking forward to serving alongside you within the North Cornwall Cluster. There are many different ways of being involved with children and family work; willing hands to set up and dismantle, kind hearts to provide refreshments, and friendly ears to listen to children and their families are the most important roles to any activity as they are the glue that holds everything together.