Sunday 10th October –
The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity

Additional Collect

Faithful Lord,
whose steadfast love never ceases
and whose mercies never come to an end:
grant us the grace to trust you
and to receive the gifts of your love,
new every morning,
in Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen

On the Way: Fruitfulness – Care for Creation

The natural world is a wonderful blessing and one which we are all called to protect. Consider some of the ways which you could care for creation – perhaps recycling or a beach clean, changing to renewable electricity or planting flowers for bees. As you care for creation, give thanks to the Creator.

Sunday Services 

We are delighted to be able to offer public worship in all of our churches.

For regular Sunday services, there will be no need to book in advance, although places are still limited.

As government Covid precautions move from being law to guidance, we encourage everyone to continue to show their care for one another, and especially the most vulnerable, through social distancing and the wearing of face coverings when in close contact with others. 

We will continue to provide hand sanitiser and administer communion in one kind only, but we are delighted that we will be able to sing. Please follow all of the safety advice you are given when you attend, and do not come if you are ill. For more information, please see the Coronavirus Update page.

Online worship from March 2020 – June 2021 is available on YouTube, and this website

Upcoming Service

10th October – Trinity 19
9.30am Morning Worship, St Kew
9.30am Holy Communion, St Peter’s
11am Eucharist, St Endellion
11am Morning Worship, St Minver
3pm Harvest Festival Evensong, St Enodoc
6pm Evensong, St Michael

17th October – Trinity 20
9.30am Holy Communion, St Kew
9.30am Morning Worship, St Peter’s
11am Eucharist, St Endellion
11am Holy Communion, St Minver
3pm Evensong, St Enodoc
6pm Evensong, St Michael

Tuesdays 8.30am Holy Communion BCP, St Endellion  

Please pray for

The sick and all affected by the coronavirus.

Pray for the NHS, care workers and all front line workers and volunteers. We pray for race and gender equality and for all victims of race or gender crime and brutality. Pray for everyone on their own or unable to be with their family.

Remember all those who have died recently. We remember those whose anniversary of death occurs at this time including Andrew Bunce, Ian Waters and Lewis Thorpe.

Taking it in turns to pray for each other – this week we pray for St Peter’s.

Home Groups and Daily Prayer

Our Home Groups are meeting weekly via zoom and we are praying regularly, especially at 9am. If you would like to join a home group or daily prayer, please contact Revd Elizabeth (07758 407661 –

Remembering a Loved One

Remembering a Loved One service will be at 4pm on Sunday 7th November in St Endellion. All welcome.

Harvest Festival

Sunday 10th October
3pm St Enodoc Harvest Festival Evensong

Concert: Calum Ingram

Friday 29 October, 7.30pm £10. Accompanied under 16s free.
Calum has played the cello from age nine and never looked back. He’s developed a unique approach to the cello intertwining his strings. He has headlined the acoustic main stage at The Wicker Man Festival and his debut album was nominated for Best Album and for the Kevin Thorpe Award at the British Blues Awards in 2014.
Book tickets at or telephone 07787944935

Concert: Brother Sea Saturday

30 October, 7.30pm £10. Accompanied under 16s free.
Brother Sea are a Celtic-folk band that brings together the acclaimed duo Harbottle & Jonas, award winning songwriters Kris Lannen and Richard Trethewey, the haunting tones of Annie Baylis, Henry Cavender on drums and Scotland’s talented Calum Ingram on cello.
Book tickets at or telephone 07787944935

Prayer Event

At this time of change in the cluster, I am reminded of Paul’s words to the Philippians. ‘Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.’ Phil 4v6.

To this end I invite anyone within the cluster to join with me in praying and seeking God’s plan for the cluster. If you feel a burden or would like to be involved please email me or phone or message, then we can sort date, time and place.

Ann Sumra
01208 862 550, 07787838185

Goods for St Petrocs

Donations of dry goods can now again be left in the back of our churches. St Minver Post Office is still an alternative collecting point.
You can also help the Bodmin branch of St Petrocs to buy fresh food electronically.  Put into Google and send your donation to

If you want to know more about the latest Church of England Guidance, please see:

Please find resources, previous services and more at our website:

North Cornwall Cluster of Churches
for the parishes of St Kew, St Endellion with St Peter, Port Isaac and
St Minver with St Enodoc (Trebetherick) and St Michael (Porthilly)
Rector: Elizabeth Wild. Tel: 07758 407661
Email: St Minver Vicarage
YouTube channel