Regular Services

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We usually hold services in all six churches most Sundays, with a variety of styles ranging from interactive family services through to traditional evensong. All our congregations are friendly and new people or visitors are always welcome.

St Kew
9.30am Holy Communion or Morning Worship

St Minver
11am Holy Communion
or Morning Worship

St Peter’s, Port Isaac
9.30am Morning Worship or
Holy Communion

St Enodoc, Trebetherick
3pm Evensong or
Holy Communion

St Endellion
11am Sung Eucharist

St Michael’s, Porthilly
6pm Evensong or
Holy Communion

Looking for…informal or all-age?

St Minver, St Kew and St Peter’s hold a morning worship service every other week. Leaders don’t wear robes and the service style is relaxed and informal. Music may be led on piano or by a band. We often have baptisms in these services.

On special occasions, St Peter’s hold café church, which involves all-age activities, chatting on tables, good coffee and pastries.

Looking for…modern communion?

St Minver, St Peter’s and St Kew all have communion services in modern language every other week.

All three churches have a dedicated children’s area with books and toys at the back.

Looking for…traditional?

St Endellion has a sung eucharist every week, with incense, robes and hymns.

St Michael’s has evensong every week, with hymns and a sermon. The Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis, and psalm are sung by the congregation, and we use the black Common Worship service book.
Once a month, St Michael’s have a traditional communion service.

St Enodoc has evensong every week too, also with hymns and a sermon. This service is spoken. People often come to this service with dogs and walking boots, so it has a very relaxed feel. Once a month, St Enodoc have a traditional communion service.

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