From 1st November, we will be offering services in all six of our churches most Sundays.
Please check the pew sheet or services page each week for details of upcoming services.

For regular Sunday services, there will be no need to book in advance, although places are still limited.
For special services, such as Remembrance Sunday and all Christmas Services everyone will need to book in the usual way:

Please contact Revd Elizabeth if you are planning to come (click here to email or phone 07758 407661).

Please follow all of the safety advice you are given when you attend, and do not come if you are ill. Everyone attending church services must wear a face mask, except for those legally exempt.

Although we will be doing all that we can to make things safe, please be aware that there is still a risk, especially for those in vulnerable groups.

We are continuing to record short services in different styles and uploading these to our facebook group and YouTube.

What to expect when attending church services

When you come to church, you will be asked for your name and contact phone number. You will be asked to sanitise your hands and sit 2 metres from other people not in your household, keeping a distance at all times. You are strongly advised to wear a face mask. All the words that you will need for the service will be on the screen at the front. There will be no service booklets. There may be music, but no singing together.

If it is a service of Holy Communion, then you will be able to receive the consecrated bread only – this is still full communion. There will be a one-way system for you to follow to come up and receive standing. The priest will have sanitised hands and be wearing a mask and will drop the host into your open hand. If you prefer you may stay in your seat and pray a prayer of spiritual communion.

We trust that God will be with us as we worship, even though it may feel very strange, and we will be holding all those present and all those at home in our prayers as we gather.

Prayer in church

Some of our churches are now open for private prayer:

St Endellion
Daytime, every day

St Enodoc (Trebetherick)
Daytime, every day

St Michael (Porthilly)
Daytime, every day

St Kew
Daytime, Thursday-Sunday

St Minver
Open by appointment (please contact Revd Elizabeth)

St Peter’s, Port Isaac
Remains closed due to construction work

Staying home?

Although lockdown is easing, many people remain shielding, self-isolating or simply staying home as much as possible.
The following resources are still available:

There are several mutual-aid groups operating in the area:
Port Isaac
St Minver
St Minver Link
St Kew
Wadebridge

If you would like pastoral support, guidance or prayer, please contact Revd. Elizabeth Wild, Revd. Geraldine Ashton, or Revd. Rose Jones.

We have gathered a range of free resources to help you worship and pray from home. These range from traditional prayers to creative ideas for worship with kids.

Our Facebook group is a space for us to chat together, share updates and ask for prayer. If you need help creating a Facebook account, please contact Revd. Rose Jones.

Our YouTube channel hosts a worship service every Sunday, as well as videos especially for children and families throughout the week. You can download services orders and find out about upcoming services here on our website.