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HM Coastguard appoints first ever chaplain

By Jac Smith

Revd Tom Ebbens has just been appointed as full-time chaplain to Her Majesty’s Coastguard. A role so unique, Tom is the first person to take it on in its 200-year […]

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Archbishop of Canterbury visits diocese

By Kelly Rowe

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby was in the Diocese of Truro on Friday. Archbishop Justin, along with his wife Caroline, were in the diocese to meet […]

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Making an Adventure of the wait and weight of Advent

By Jac Smith

Advent is the season of waiting. Watching, listening and imagining what it must have been like to anticipate the birth of Jesus. The world was harsh, his parents were fleeing […]

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Grow it Forward, and a community flourishes

By Jac Smith

Like lights in a storm, good things light up the darkness during the pandemic. Often small but really encouraging, keeping us going and showing us we’re not on our own. […]

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Bishop Philip’s Christmas message

Bishop Philip has offered his thanks to everyone in the Church and wider community in his annual Christmas message. In the video, which was recorded online in keeping with the […]

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Chaplaincy on a different beach head

Revd Andy Earl is the Assistant Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor. He is also a former member of the Armed Forces and a current reservist. Andy shares his story: It had been […]

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St Mellanus Church is the HUB of the community…literally!

By Liz Wallace

No one will forget the isolation experienced during the Pandemic especially for those who lived alone without access to the outside world through digital means.Currently, 9 million people in the […]

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2022 diocesan budget approved by synod members

Diocese of Truro synod members have approved the budget for 2022. The synod, whose members are all elected clergy or lay representatives from parishes, voted 38 in favour, four against […]

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Covid Statement from the Church of England

Monday, November 29, 2021 The Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, has called for everyone to take steps to protect themselves and others following the identification of the new omicron variant […]

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Churches thanked for Energy Footprint Tool input

Thanks to the commitment of its churches, the Diocese of Truro had the second highest number of responses in the recent Energy Footprint Tool results. The report showed an increase […]

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